IMPROVING OUTCOMES IN COLON & RECTAL SURGERY. BOOK + EBOOK

IMPROVING OUTCOMES IN COLON & RECTAL SURGERY. BOOK + EBOOK

Editorial:
ROUTLEDGE
Año de edición:
Materia
General y Digestiva
ISBN:
978-1-138-62683-6
Páginas:
518
N. de edición:
1
Idioma:
Español
Ilustraciones:
200
Disponibilidad:
Disponible en 2-3 semanas

Descuento:

-5%

Antes:

203,84 €

Despues:

193,65 €

1. Preexisting conditions
2. Preoperative bowel preparation
3. Anesthesia and intraoperative positioning
4. Sepsis
5. Intraoperative anastomotic challenges
6. Other intraoperative challenges
7. Optimizing use of electronic health records
8. Postoperative anastomotic complications
9. General postoperative complications
10. Care paths and optimal postoperative management
11. Limitations of anorectal physiology testing
12. Limitations of colorectal imaging studies
13. Transanal endoscopy
14. Laparoscopy for colorectal disease
15. Medical legal issues
16. Miscellaneous conditions
17. Outcomes and quality
18. Hemorrhoidal surgery
19. Nonoperative therapy for hemorrhoidal disease
20. Surgery and nonoperative therapy of perirectal abscess and anal fistulas
21. Surgery and nonoperative therapy of anal fissure
22. Surgery for pilonidal disease and hidradenitis suppurativa
23. Surgical treatment of fecal incontinence
24. Surgery for rectal prolapse
25. Management of diverticulitis
26. Abdominal surgery for colorectal cancer
27. Abdominal restorative surgery for rectal cancer
28. Transanal approaches to rectal cancer
29. Abdominoperineal resection
30. Management of rectal cancer after complete clinical response to neoadjuvant chemoradiotherapy
31. Indications and outcomes for treatment of recurrent rectal cancer and colorectal liver/lung metastases
32. Evaluation and management of peritoneal metastatic disease
33. Chemotherapy for colon and rectal cancer
34. Adjunctive treatment of rectal cancer with radiation and the adverse effects of radiation exposure of the rectum
35. Surgical management of ulcerative colitis
36. Surgery for Crohn disease
37. Evaluation and management of lower gastrointestinal bleeding
38. Ostomies
39. Operative and nonoperative therapy for chronic constipation
40. Colorectal trauma
41. Prevention and management of urologic complications after colorectal surgery

Quality measures and outcomes are receiving greater attention by the lay and medical communities. The occurrence or mismanagement of complications often results in poor outcomes, increased cost, and significant morbidity. Answering the call for transparency and improvement requires action by all involved in the care of patients. Collection of objective data and quality measures allows documentation of optimal care and desired outcomes while identifying areas for improvement.

The goal of this text is to present the current knowledge of outcomes, as well as the techniques for minimizing and managing complications from the common diseases and procedures of this specialty. This information will aid providers in optimizing care and encourage research in outcome and quality measurement.