sábado, 7 de febrero de 2009

Falla Intestinal (Diagnóstico, Manejo y Transplantación)

Publicado por Maverick Panditas

Intestinal Failure (Diagnosis, Management and Transplantation)
Autor: A.N. Langnas, O. Goulet, E.M.M. Quigley, K. A. Tappenden
Idioma: Inglés
Número de páginas: 400
Materia: Medicina
Año: 2008
Formato: PDF
ISBN 9781405146371

Part 1 Introduction
1 The History of Intestinal Failure and Transplantation
Part 2 Intestinal Physiology and Immunology
2 Intestinal Morphology, Intestinal Regeneration and the Promise of Tissue Engineering
3 Basic Physiology of Motility, Absorption and Secretion
4 Immunology of the Small Intestine
5 Intestinal Adaptation: The Biology of the Intestinal Response to Resection and Disease
Part 3 Intestinal Failure: Definition and Pathophysiology
6 Intestinal Failure: Definitions and Classifications
7 Causes of Intestinal Failure in the Newborn
8 Congenital Enteropathies Causing Permanent Intestinal Failure
9 Causes of Intestinal Failure in the Adult
10 Intestinal Failure Related to Bariatric Surgery
11 Inflammatory Bowel Disease and the Short Bowel Syndrome
12 Motility Disorders
Part 4 Assessment and General Management of Intestinal Failure
13 Assessment of Intestinal Failure Patients
14 Guidelines for Home Parenteral Nutrition Support in Chronic Intestinal Failure Patients
15 Home Parenteral Nutrition: Complications, Survival, Costs and Quality of Life
16 Vascular Access, Including Complications
17 Enteral Support for Children with Intestinal Failure
18 The Use of Enteral Nutrition in the Adult with Intestinal Failure
19 The Enteric Flora in Intestinal Failure: Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth and Gut-Derived Sepsis
20 Management of Complex Fluid and Electrolyte Disturbances
21 Intestinal Failure-Associated Liver Disease
22 Psychiatric Issues in the Assessment of the Patient with Intestinal Failure
23 Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy
Part 5 Pharmacological Approaches to Intestinal Failure
24 Luminal Nutrient Factors in Intestinal Adaptation and Their Use in Therapy
25 The Role of Humoral Factors in Intestinal Adaptation
Part 6 Autologous Reconstruction of the GI Tract
26 Autologous Reconstruction of the GI Tract
Part 7 Organ Replacement Therapy for Intestinal Failure
27 Intestinal Transplantation: Indications and Patient Selection
28 Isolated Small Bowel Transplantation and Combined Liver-Small Bowel Transplantation
29 Living Donor Intestinal Transplantation
30 Isolated Liver Transplantation for Intestinal Failure-Associated Liver Disease
31 Preservation of the Intestine
32 Immediate Postoperative Care of the Intestinal Transplant Recipient
33 Surgical Complications of Intestinal Transplantation
34 Infections in Small Bowel Transplant Recipients
35 Immunosuppression after Intestinal Transplantation
36 Immunology of Intestinal Allograft Rejection
37 Histopathology of Intestinal Transplantation
38 Long-Term Management of Intestinal Transplant Recipients
39 Management of Posttransplant Lymphoproliferative Disease
40 Results of Intestinal Transplantation
41 Psychosocial Assessment and Management of the Transplant Patient/Family in Intestinal Transplantation
42 Financial, Economic and Insurance Issues Pertaining to Intestinal Transplantation: When Is Too Much Not Enough?

Intestinal Failure (Diagnosis, Management and Transplantation)

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