1:Introduction, Mark Davenport and Kathryn Ford
2:General considerations, Joe Curry, Mark Davenport, Simon Eaton, Kathryn Ford, Stefano Giuliani, Chula Goonasekera, and Robert Wheeler
3:Fetal medicine and surgery, Paolo De Coppi and Shailesh Patel
4:Neonatal medicine, Mark Davenport, Natalie Durkin, and Gregor Walker
5:Neonatal surgery, Mark Davenport, Paolo De Coppi, Kathryn Ford, Stefano Giuliani, Paul Losty, Erica Makin, Sean Marven, Anna Redford, and Ian Sugarman
6:Children's surgery, Simon Blackburn, Simon Clarke, David Crabbe, Joe Curry, Mark Davenport, Ashish Desai, Dakshesh Parikh, Clare Rees, Michael Stanton, and Ian Sugarman
7:Urology, Maria Asimakidou, Simon Blackburn, Abraham Cherian, Alex Cho, Peter Cuckow, Mark Davenport, Imran Mushtaq, Naima Smeulders, Henrik Steinbrecher, and Kiarash Taghavi
8:Common surgical procedures, Simon Blackburn, Joseph Curry, Mark Davenport, Paolo De Coppi, Kathryn Ford, Stefano Guiliani, Munther Haddad, Alexander Macdonald, Clare Rees, and Chandra K. Sinha
9:Oncology, Kate Cross, Mark Davenport, Paul Losty, Imran Mushtaq, Khalid Sharif, and Robert Wheeler
10:Trauma, Suren Arul and Erica Makin
11:Transplantation, Liam McCarthy, Nagarajan Muthialu, Evelyn Ong, and Khalid Sharif
12:Associated specialties, Alex Barnacle, Joe Curry, Mark Davenport, Richard Hewitt, and Robert Nash
13:Global paediatric surgery, Kokila Lakhoo, Neema Kaseje, Niyi Ade-Ajayi, Jerome Loveland, and Chandra K. Sinha
Paediatric Surgery has been fully updated to reflect current guidelines and practices, and offers a contemporary overview of the subject in general, as well as detailed information about core subjects. Structured to assist problem-solving and diagnosis, the handbook contains detailed clinical features on all aspects of neonatal and general paediatric surgical conditions, it is a key revision tool for the MRCS and FRCS Paediatrics post-graduate exams, as well as the UEMS European exam in paediatric surgery.
The chapter on common operations has been expanded, including new topics on orchidopexy, scrotal exploration, thoracotomy, and appendicectomy, as well as information on robotic surgery. There is also a new chapter on global paediatric surgery, outlining the challenges and future direction of the discipline in India, East Africa, West Africa, and South Africa. Neonatal medicine and neonatal surgery both have new topics on resuscitation, ventilation strategies, jaundice, and congenital lung abnormalities.
With the knowledge level based around what is needed in clinical practice, supporting background and science is included to strengthen understanding. Pragmatic and practical, this second edition of Paediatric Surgery is a vital tool for all those who work in the field.
• Fully aligned with the MRCS and FRCS Paediatrics post-graduate exams, as well as the UEMS European exam in paediatric surgery
• Fully updated to reflect current guidelines and practices
• Structured around problem-solving and diagnosis, with information focused around what is needed in clinical practice
• Endorsed by the British Association of Paediatric Surgeons
New to this Edition:
• Features a brand new chapter on global paediatric surgery
• Chapters on common operations, neonatal medicine, and neonatal surgery have all been expanded to include new topics