1. Pulmonary resection: from classical approaches to robotic surgery
2. Preoperative Evaluation: Frailty parameters, Preoperative neoadyuvant therapy. Indications for postoperative Care Unit
3. Prehabilitation In Thoracic Surgery
4. Lung isolation versus lung separation. Double-lumen tubes
5. Bronchial Blockers. Applications in Thoracic Surgery
6. Utility of bronchoscope in thoracic surgery
7. Video laryngoscopes in thoracic surgery
8. Intubation guides, tube exchanger catheter and safe extubation in thoracic surgery9. Difficult Airway Management in Thoracic Surgery
10. Respiratory mechanics and gas exchange in thoracic surgery: Changes in classical knowledge in respirato-ry physiology
11. Non intubated video-assisted surgery: A critical review
12. Changes in ventilation strategies during thoracic surgery: Do we have to focus "only" in oxygenation?
13. Change In Gold Standard Of Thoracic Epidural Analgesia In Thoracic Surgery
14. Are there new evidences on the use of neuromuscular blocking agents and reversal drugs in thoracic surgery?
15. Are Anticoagulants And Antiplatelet Agents Important In Thoracic Surgery?
16. Prevention and Ttreatment of Iinfections
17. The role of Ultrasound (US) in Thoracic Surgery
18. Changes In Classical Monitoring: Hemodynamic Monitoring, New Devices, Nirs Etc
19. Lung Transplantation: Justification for a paradigm change
20. Extracorporeal Life Support (Ecmo) In Thoracic Surgery21. Thoracic Surgery In Patients With Previous Lung Resection
22. Anesthesia for esophageal surgery
23. Tracheal And Bronchial Surgery. Hjfv
24. Pediatric Thoracic Anesthesia
25. Robot Assisted Thoracic Surgery And Anesthesia.
26. Interventional bronchology.
This book reviews and describes the best practices of anesthesia in thoracic surgery, according to evidence-based medicine. It covers preoperative assessment, applied pharmacology, airway management and ventilation methods. The analgesic methods in this surgical specialty are also discussed.
This book is aimed at all specialists in the world of anesthesiology and critical care as well as to physicians in training. It may also be of interest to thoracic surgeons and pulmonologists.
Manuel Granell Gil gained his medical degree in 1993 and has been a member of the ESA since 2001. He has been a Full Member of the Anesthesiology, Reanimation and Pain Therapy Spanish Society since 1990 and the Representative of Anaesthesia in Thoracic Surgery since 2011. He has also been a Member of the Thoracic Subcommittee of EACTA since 2013. He is an Associate Professor (Anaesthesiology) at University of Valencia, Spain. He is also Anaesthesiology Section Chief of the University General Hospital of Valencia.
Mert Senturk was born in 1966 in Istanbul, Turkey, where he completed his medical degree and anesthesia residencyin Istanbul University, Istanbul Medical Faculty, Dep. of Anaesthesiology. He has been several times in Germany with a scholarship from DAAD. He is an active member in ESA and EACTA; and working in different international studies. He is now Professor of Anesthesiology at Istanbul Medical Faculty, Istanbul University, Turkey.