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1 Cancer Epidemiology, Prevention and Survivorship
2 Global Cancer Surgery- Lancet commission
3 Cancer biology and implications for the perioperative period
4 Traditional Cancer therapies and perioperative implications
5 Newer Cancer therapies and perioperative implications
6 Cancer and Heart disease
7 Personalized Cancer Care
8 Anemia, Thrombosis, Transfusion therapy and Cancer Outcomes
9 Improving cancer survival through perioperative attenuation of adrenergic-inflammatory signaling
10 Local Anesthetics and Cancer
11 Volatile & Intravenous Anesthetics and Cancer
12 Opioids and cancer
13 Can Regional Anaesthesia and Analgesia Influence the risk of Cancer Recurrence?
14 Preoperative evaluation and medical optimization of the Cancer patient
15 Functional assessment and prehabilitation
16 Re-design of Perioperative Care Pathways
17 Airway Management in special situations
a.Unanticipated difficult airway
b. Upper airway bleeding
c. Extubation of the difficult airway
18 Procedural care of the adult cancer patient outside of the operating room
19 Perioperative care of surgical patient: Brain
20 Anaesthesia for Spine Cancer Surgery
22 Perioperative care of surgical patient: Heart, Lung and Mediastinum procedures
23 Perioperative care of cancer patient: Breast procedures
24 Intraoperative care of the Surgical Patient: Upper Gastrointestinal Cancers
25 Perioperative Care of the Colorectal Cancer Patient
26 Perioperative care of surgical patient: Genitourinary cancers
27 Perioperative care of the surgical cancer patient: Gynecologic cancers.
28 Anaesthesiology and Perioperative Management of Patients Presenting for Surgical Excision of Endocrine Tumours
29 Anaesthesia and Surgery for Cytoreductive Surgery with Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy (HIPEC)
30 Perioperative care: Sarcoma and Melanoma
31 Perioperative care of surgical patient: Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors
32 Perioperative care of surgical patient: Reconstructive Surgery
33 Perioperative care of surgical patient: Surgical emergencies in cancer
34 Palliative surgery in cancer patients
35 Frailty in the Perioperative Setting for Cancer Patients
36 Geriatrics - Delivering Perioperative Care for Older Patients Undergoing Cancer Surgery
37 Special considerations in the postoperative care of the cancer patient
38 Early warning and Rapid rescue systems
39 Intensive care considerations of the cancer patient
40 The challenges of novel therapies in the care of the critically ill cancer patient
41 Acute post-surgical pain management in patients with cancer
42 Chronic and Interventional Pain Management in Patients with Cancer
43 Rehabilitation, Palliative Care and Integrative Medicine Interventions in Cancer
44 Integrating rehabilitative and palliative care principals within acute care practice
45 Overview of pediatric cancers
46 Preoperative Assessment of the Pediatric Patient with Cancer
47 Intraoperative Management: Considerations for Specific Procedures in Children with Cancer
48 Intensive Care Consideration in the Pediatric Patients with Cancer
49 Anesthesia for Procedures Outside of the Operating Room
50 Do Not Resuscitate and terminally ill child
51 Chronic pain and palliative care in the pediatric patient
52 Intensive care consideration in the pediatric cancer patient
53 Value proposition in cancer care
54 Enhanced Recovery Programs in cancer care
55 Symptom Assessment, Patient-Reported Outcomes, and Quality of Life Considerations in Perioperative Care for Patients with Cancer
56 Shared decision making, advanced care planning and cancer care journey
57 Ethics in cancer care delivery- Do Not Resuscitate
58 Economics of cancer care delivery- opportunities and challenges
59 The costs of postoperative complications after major abdominal surgery- opportunities and challenges
60 Research in perioperative care of the cancer patient: opportunities and challenges
61 Big data, advances in computational sciences and oncology care
62 The MD Anderson Cancer Center Moon Shots Program®: A Global Priority

More than 80% of patients with cancer will need the services of anesthesiology and perioperative medicine, intensive care medicine, and pain management specialists during their cancer journey for diagnostic, therapeutic, and symptom management needs, as well as for the management of recurrent disease, secondary cancers, and ongoing non-oncologic surgical needs during survivorship. Perioperative Care of the Cancer Patient is today’s most up-to-date, authoritative, comprehensive reference on the acute care of surgical patients with cancer, from a team of international experts in this emerging and dynamic specialty.

• Carin A. Hagberg, MD, FASA, Chief Academic Officer, Division Head, Division of Anesthesiology, Critical Care & Pain Medicine, Helen Shaffer Fly Distinguished Professor of Anesthesiology, Department of Anesthesiology & Perioperative Medicine, University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas.
• Joseph L Nates, MD, MBA, CMQ, MCCM, Professor, Deputy Chair, SICU and MICU Medical Director, Department of Critical Care, Division of Anesthesiology, Critical Care, and Pain Medicine, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.
• Berhard P Riedel, MB.ChB, FCA, FANZCA, FASE, MMed. MBA, PhD., Director, Department of Anaesthesia, Perioperative and Pain Medicine, Peter MacCallum Cancer Center, Melbourne, Australia.
• Vijaya N.R. Gottumukkala, MD, Department of Critical Care, Division of Anesthesiology & PeriOperative Medicine, Critical Care, and Pain Medicine, The University of Texas MD Anderson, Houston Texas, USA.
• Donal Buggy, MD, Professor of Anaesthesiology & Perioperative Medicine Mater University Hospital, School of Medicine University College Dublin, Ireland