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    Geraldine Blanchard- Rohner, Laure F. Pittet.
    Summary: This book provides cutting-edge information on the vaccination of children treated with various immunosuppressive regimens. The latest literature and recommendations on vaccination in immunosuppressed children are discussed in detail, providing practical guidelines on vaccination for specialists caring for immunosuppressive paediatric patients. Vaccination of Immunosuppressed Children in Clinical Practice is a clinically-focused synthesis for a wide audience of paediatricians around the world. Paediatricians (including rheumatologists, gastroenterologists, immunologists, neurologists, nephrologists, oncologists, haematologists) will find this book to be an essential resource for their daily clinical practice.

    Contents:
    Importance of vaccinating immunocompromised children
    Immune responses to vaccination
    Mode of action of the various immunosuppressive drugs, effects on vaccine responses and recommendations
    Vaccination with live vaccines
    Vaccination with non-live vaccines
    Vaccination schedule in immune compromised children. Practical approach concerning the vaccination of children with dysimmune disorders who should start immunosuppression or already under immunosuppressive treatment.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
  • Print
    Lars Hangartner, Dennis R. Burton, editors.
    Summary: Vaccines against antigenically stable pathogens, or pathogens that only exist in a limited number of serotypes, have been very successful in the past and have drastically decreased the incidence and lethality of many diseases. However, when it comes to highly variable pathogens or viruses that exist in multiple serotypes, the traditional methods for vaccine development have reached their limits. This volume highlights the development of vaccines against such challenging pathogens. Novel approaches for immunogen design, including structure-guided vaccine development and vaccines targeting glycans, as well as adjuvants and animal models used for testing possible vaccine candidates are outlined and discussed in detail. Given its scope, the book will appeal to scientists in the fields of infectious diseases, microbiology and medicine.

    Contents:
    Successful Vaccines
    Immunogenicity and Immunodominance in Antibody Responses
    Immunogen Design
    Adjuvants
    Tools to screen vaccines
    Targeting glycans on human pathogens for vaccine design
    BnAbs and highly antigenically variable pathogens.
  • Digital
    edited by Barry R. Bloom, Paul-Henri Lambert.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2016
  • Digital
    edited by Alejandro Brun.
    Contents:
    Vaccines and vaccination for veterinary viral diseases : a general overview / Alejandro Brun
    Using IC-tagging methodology for production and purification of epitope-loaded protein microspheres for vaccination / Natalia Barreiro- Piñeiro ... [et al.]
    Plant-based vaccine antigen production / Hoang Trong Phan and Udo Conrad
    DNA vaccines : experiences in the swine model / Francesc Accensi, Fernando Rodríguez, and Paula L. Monteagudo
    Novel adjuvants and immunomodulators for veterinary vaccines / Peter M.H. Heegaard, Yongxiang Fang, and Gregers Jungersen
    Polymerase mechanism-based method of viral attenuation / Cheri A. Lee ... [et al.]
    BacMam platform for vaccine antigen delivery / Günther M. Keil ... [et al.]
    Laboratory-scale production of replication-deficient adenovirus vectored vaccines / Susan J. Morris ... [et al.]
    Generation of recombinant modified vaccinia virus ankara encoding VP2, NS1, and VP7 proteins of bluetongue virus / Alejandro Marín- López and Javier Ortego
    Generation of recombinant capripoxvirus vectors for vaccines and gene knockout function studies / Hani Boshra, Jingxin Cao, and Shawn Babiuk
    Recombinant swinepox virus for veterinary vaccine development / Hong-Jie Fan and Hui-Xing Lin
    Generation and selection of Orf virus (ORFV) recombinants / Hanns-Joachim Rziha, Jörg Rohde, and Ralf Amann
    Polycistronic herpesvirus amplicon vectors for veterinary vaccine development / Anita Felicitas Meier, Andrea Sara Laimbacher, and Mathias Ackermann
    Construction and application of newcastle disease virus-based vector vaccines / Paul J. Wichgers Schreur
    Chimeric pestivirus experimental vaccines / Ilona Reimann, Sandra Blome, and Martin Beer
    Analysis of the cellular immune responses to vaccines / Nicholas Svitek ... [et al.].
    Digital Access Springer 2016
  • Print
    edited by Joseph Domachowske, Manika Suryadevara.
    Summary: This book is designed to provide easy-to-read and basic information about vaccines for those undertaking a vaccine course or for medical providers seeking to improve their skills. Written by expert medical educators in the areas of infectious diseases, medical microbiology, and pediatrics, this book begins by establishing the fundamentals of vaccines such as what constitutes a vaccine, how they are manufactured and composed, how they are tested for safety and efficacy, and how vaccine recommendations are developed and conveyed to health care providers and their patients. The book then explains the composition, safety profile, effectiveness, and current recommendations for use of every available vaccine, alphabetized by infection. The concluding section illuminates practical concerns every vaccinating clinician experiences, including vaccine confidence and hesitancy, misconceptions, and patient communication. Vaccines: A Clinical Overview and Practical Guide is an excellent learning tool for all students and providers administering vaccines to patients, including infectious disease specialists and other internal medicine subspecialists, pediatricians, geriatricians, as well as all other primary care physicians, nurse practitioners, physician's assistants, and nurses.

    Contents:
    The Immune Response to Infection
    Passive Immunization
    Active Immunization
    Vaccine Additives and Excipients
    The Process and Timeline to Develop a New Vaccine
    Adenovirus
    Anthrax
    Cholera
    Dengue
    Diphtheria
    Ebola
    Haemophilus Influenzae Type B
    Hepatitis A
    Hepatitis B
    Human Papillomavirus
    Influenza
    Japanese Encephalitis
    Measles
    Meningococcus
    Mumps
    Pertussis
    Plague
    Pneumococcus
    Polio
    Rabies
    Rotavirus
    Rubella
    Smallpox
    Tetanus
    Tickborne Encephalitis
    Tuberculosis
    Typhoid Fever
    Varicella and Shingles
    Yellow Fever
    Combination Vaccines
    Vaccine Preventable Disease Outbreaks
    Vaccine Mandates
    Vaccine Confidence and Vaccine Hesitancy
    Communicating with Parents About Vaccines.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
  • Digital
    Andrea Grignolio ; translated by Joan Rundo.
    Summary: "The dangerous decline in vaccinations in many developed countries is at the heart of a lively debate that confirms how important the subject is today. Vaccinations are among mankind's most important scientific discoveries, yet they continue to be viewed with suspicion by part of the public - the victims of disinformation campaigns, instrumentalization and unfounded fears. There is, however, also an evolutionary explanation for these irrational beliefs, and countering the growing social opposition will be extremely difficult without grasping it. This book, which sheds new light on the safety and importance of vaccinations, is intended both for parents and those readers who want to understand the role of vaccinations in contemporary society, where the ease of access to knowledge is both a great opportunity and a great responsibility. The chapters follow a historical progression and conclude with a discussion of the most recent cognitive theories on how to overcome this opposition to vaccinations."--Back cover.

    Contents:
    Who is afraid of vaccines?
    A brief history of anti-vaccination movements
    The accusations against vaccinations on the Internet: autism, mercury and immunological overload
    How to unmask the anti-vaccination "experts"
    The past, present and future of vaccines.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
  • Digital
    Germán Velásquez.
    Summary: This open access book is a collection of research papers on COVID-19 by Germán Velásquez from 2020 and early 2021 that help to answer the question: How can an agency like the World Health Organization (WHO) be given a stronger voice to exercise authority and leadership? The considerable health, economic and social challenges that the world faced at the beginning of 2020 with COVID-19 continued and worsened in many parts of the world in the second-half of 2020 and into 2021. Many of these countries and nations wanted to explore COVID-19 on their own, sometimes without listening to the main international health bodies such as WHO, an agency of the United Nations system with long-standing experience and vast knowledge at the global level and of which all countries in the world are members. In this single volume, the chapters present the progress of thinking and debate -- particularly in relation to drugs and vaccines -- that would enable a response to the COVID-19 pandemic or to subsequent crises that may arise. Among the topics covered: COVID-19 Vaccines: Between Ethics, Health and Economics Medicines and Intellectual Property: 10 Years of the WHO Global Strategy Re-thinking Global and Local Manufacturing of Medical Products After COVID-19 Rethinking R&D for Pharmaceutical Products After the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 Shock Intellectual Property and Access to Medicines and Vaccines The World Health Organization Reforms in the Time of COVID-19 Vaccines, Medicines and COVID-19: How Can WHO Be Given a Stronger Voice? is essential reading for negotiators from the 194 member countries of the World Health Organization (WHO); World Trade Organization (WTO) and World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) staff participating in these negotiations; academics and students of public health, medicine, health sciences, law, sociology and political science; and intergovernmental organizations and non-governmental organizations that follow the issue of access to treatments and vaccines for COVID-19.

    Contents:
    Chapter 1: COVID-19 Vaccines: Between Ethics, Health and Economics
    Chapter 2: Medicines and Intellectual Property: 10 Years of the WHO Global Strategy
    Chapter 3: Re-thinking Global and Local Manufacturing of Medical Products After COVID-19
    Chapter 4: Rethinking R&D for Pharmaceutical Products After the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 Shock
    Chapter 5: Intellectual Property and Access to Medicines and Vaccines
    Chapter 6: The World Health Organization Reforms in the Time of COVID-19
    Epilogue.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
  • Digital
    volume editor, Birgit Weinberger.
    Summary: "This book summarizes age-related changes of the immune system and their impact on immune responses to vaccination, as well as other factors influencing vaccine-induced immune responses in old age. It gives an overview of vaccines which are currently available for older adults and of novel technologies and targets which hopefully will lead to more and improved vaccines for this vulnerable population"-- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    How Inflammation Blunts Innate Immunity in Aging / Goldberg, E.L., Shaw, A.C., Montgomery, R.R.
    Natural Killer Cells, Aging, and Vaccination / Witkowski, J.M., Larbi, A., Le Page, A.; Fülöp, T.
    Changes in T Cell Homeostasis and Vaccine Responses in Old Age / Wong, G.C.L., Strickland, M.C., Larbi, A.
    Age-Related Changes in B Cells Relevant to Vaccine Responses / Dunn-Walters, D., Stewart, A., Sinclair, E., Serangeli, I.
    Comorbidities in the Elderly and Their Possible Influence on Vaccine Response / Kwetkat, A., Heppner, H.J.
    The Impact of Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome on Vaccination Success / Frasca, D., Blomberg, B.B.
    Influenza Vaccination: Accelerating the Process for New Vaccine Development in Older Adults / McElhaney, J.E., Andrew, M.K., Haynes, L., Kuchel, G.A., McNeil, S.A., Pawelec, G.
    Vaccines to Protect Older Adults against Pneumococcal Disease / van de Garde, M.D.B., M.J., Rots, N.Y., van Baarle, D., van Els, C.A.C.M.
    Herpes Zoster and Its Prevention by Vaccination / Johnson, R.W., Levin, M.J.
    Vaccination of Adults and the Older Population against Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis, and TickBorne Encephalitis: The Importance of Booster Vaccinations throughout Life / Weinberger, B.
    Vaccines for Older Travelers / Jilg, W.
    Digital Access Karger 2020
  • Digital
    Basabdatta Sen Bhattacharya, Fahmida N. Chowdhury, editors.
    Contents:
    1. Introduction
    2. Discovery and validation of biomarkers based on computational models of normal and pathological hippocampal rhythms
    3. DCM conductance based models and clinical applications
    4. Computational models of closed-loop deep brain stimulation
    5. A multiscale "working brain" model
    6. How to render neural fields more realistic
    7. Multilevel computational modelling in epilepsy: classical studies and recent advances
    8. Computational modeling of neuronal dysfunction at molecular level validates the role of single neurons in circuit functions in cerebellum granular layer
    9. Modelling cortical and thalamocortical synaptic loss and compensation mechanism in Alzheimer's disease
    10. Toward networks from spikes
    11. Epileptogenic networks: applying network analysis techniques to human seizure activity
    Index.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
  • Digital/Print
    Chantra Eskes, Maurice Whelan, editors.
    Contents:
    Introduction / Chantra Eskes, Maurice Whelan
    Validation in support of internationally harmonised OECD test guidelines for assessing the safety of chemicals / Anne Gourmelon, Nathalie Delrue
    Regulatory acceptance of alternative methods in the development and approval of pharmaceuticals / Sonja Beken, Peter Kasper, Jan-Willem van der Laan
    Validation of alternative in vitro methods to animal testing: concepts, challenges, processes and tools / Claudius Griesinger, Bertrand Desprez, Sandra Coecke, Warren Casey, Valérie Zuang
    Practical aspects of designing and conducting validation studies involving multi-study trials / Sandra Coecke [and others]
    Validation of computational methods / Grace Patlewicz, Andrew P. Worth, Nicholas Ball
    Implementation of new test methods into practical testing / Rodger D. Curren, Albrecht Poth, Hans A. Raabe
    Pathway based toxicology and fit-for-purpose assays / Rebecca A. Clewell [and others]
    Evidence-based toxicology / Sebastian Hoffmann, Thomas Hartung, Martin Stephens
    Validation of transcriptomics-based in vitro methods / Raffaella Corvi, Mireia Vilardell, Jiri Aubrecht, Aldert Piersma
    Ensuring the quality of stem cell-derived in vitro models for toxicity testing
    Glyn N. Stacey, Sandra Coecke, Anna-Bal Price, Lyn Healy, Paul Jennings, Anja Wilmes&
    Validation of bioreactor and human-on-a-chip devices for chemical safety assessment
    Sofia P. Rebelo [and others]
    Integrated approaches to testing and assessment / Andrew P. Worth, Grace Patlewicz
    International harmonization and cooperation in the validation of alternative methods / João Barroso [and others]
    Evolving the principles and practice of validation for new alternative approaches to toxicity testing / Maurice Whelan, Chantra Eskes.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
  • Digital
    Rajiv K. Sethi, Anna K. Wright, Michael G. Vitale, editors.
    Contents:
    Intro
    Preface
    Contents
    Contributors
    1: Macro Trends in Healthcare Delivery
    The Spiraling Cost of Healthcare
    Models of Value-Based Reimbursement
    Accountable Care Organization (ACO)
    Bundled Payment of Care Improvement (BPCI)
    Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH)
    Summary of VBR Models
    Other Macroeconomic Trends
    Price Controls and Decreases in Reimbursement
    Consolidation
    New Technology
    Telehealth
    Smart Pharmaceuticals and Devices
    Genetics
    Wearable Devices
    Big Data and Artificial Intelligence
    Conclusion: Finding Signal in the Noise 3: The Bree Collaborative Bundle for Lumbar Fusion: Evolution of a Community Standard for Quality
    Identifying and Managing Uncomplicated Back Pain: The Spine Clinic
    Engagement with Employers and the Marketplace Collaborative Model
    Redesigning the Care Pathway for Uncomplicated Back Pain
    Improved Quality and Timeliness of Care for Uncomplicated Back Pain
    Financial Consequences for Providers
    Lessons Learned from Starbucks, the Marketplace Collaborative, and Spine Clinic
    Replicating the Spine Clinic Model
    Lessons Learned from Intel's Collaborative and the Spine Clinic Beyond Spine Clinic: Contributions from Spine Surgery and Orthopedics
    The Robert Bree Collaborative: Putting It All Together
    Bree Collaborative Work Group on Lumbar Fusion
    The Evidence Table
    Cycle One: Standards for Appropriateness for Lumbar Fusion
    Cycle Two: Fitness for Surgery
    Cycle Three: Best Practice Surgery
    Cycle Four: Rapid Return to Function
    The Multidisciplinary Conference
    The Personal Care Partner
    Quality Measures
    The Warranty Against Avoidable Remissions
    Response of Health-Care Stakeholders to Surgical Bundles
    Employers
    Health Plans Providers
    Summary
    References
    4: Multidisciplinary Evaluation Improves the Value of Lumbar Spine Care
    Multidisciplinary Conferences
    Multidisciplinary Clinics
    Discussion
    Conclusions
    References
    5: Using Lean Process Improvement to Enhance Safety and Value
    What Is Standard Work?
    The Toyota Production System and Its Application in Healthcare
    What Is the Virginia Mason Production System? How Does This System Root Out Variability?
    Cultural Aspects of Hierarchy in Medicine and Surgery (the Old Standard Way)
    Digital Access Springer 2020
  • Digital
    Carlos Francisco Silva, Oyunbileg von Stackelberg, Hans-Ulrich Kauczor, editors.
    Summary: This cutting-edge guide to value-based radiology provides readers with the latest information on all aspects of the subject. Healthcare delivery is experiencing a rapid transition towards a value-based model, the underlying idea being that providers are paid on the basis of patient's health outcomes rather than the total services delivered. Radiology departments are facing many challenges as they attempt to improve operational efficiency, performance, and quality in order to keep pace with this transition. In the first part of this book, readers will find information on the theoretical basis and general concepts of value-based radiology. The second part focuses on value-based practice in specific areas of radiology: neuro/head and neck, thoracic, abdominopelvic, musculoskeletal, breast, cardiovascular, and pediatric. All topics are discussed by prominent experts in a clearly organized and well-illustrated form that will help readers to gain the most from each chapter. The book will be a valuable resource for radiologists and healthcare managers working in public or private institutions, as well as an excellent quick reference guide for all other physicians interested in the topic.

    Contents:
    Part I
    Theoretical Basis and General Concepts
    Value-Based Radiology
    A New Era Begins
    Patient-Centered Care
    The Radiology Consult
    Value-Based Management of Incidental Findings
    The Value in Artificial Intelligence
    The Value in 3D Printing
    Incentivizing Radiologists
    Part II
    Practical Applications in Specific Areas of Radiology
    Value-Based Radiology in Neuro/Head and Neck Imaging
    Value-Based Radiology in Thoracic Imaging
    Value-Based Radiology in Abdominal and Pelvic Imaging
    Value-Based Radiology in MSK Imaging
    Value-Based Radiology in Breast Imaging
    Value-Based Radiology in Pediatric Imaging
    Value-Based Radiology in Cardiovascular Imaging.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
  • Digital
    James S. Powers.
    Summary: This book traces the origins of value-based purchasing and current geriatric care models to deliver value in the broader healthcare system. The text focuses on the three goals that are expected to remain at the center of healthcare: improving access to healthcare via insurance coverage, improving the patient's experience and quality of care, and effectively managing healthcare costs. Chapters cover the quality indicators of care, drivers for improved outcomes, and models of care as seen in geriatrics as they can be expanded upon for the larger system. The text also discusses some of the most critical periods for aging patients and the ways that these lessons can inform the larger system. These topics include transitioning from the hospital to the home setting, collaborative care between geriatric workers, and staff training and the clinical needs for all changing demographics. As the healthcare system evolves and the population ages, Value Driven Healthcare and Geriatric Medicine proves to be a vital resource for geriatricians, primary care physicians, specialists who work with aging patients, hospital administrators, healthcare educators, healthcare organizations, and all medical professionals working with aging patients and patients affected by healthcare reform.

    Contents:
    Preface
    Value-based healthcare transformation
    Quality indicators, outcomes, and performance pay
    Are the drivers of healthcare change changing healthcare outcomes?
    Value-based healthcare purchasing
    New models of healthcare delivery
    Educating new healthcare providers for the twenty-first century
    The primary care dilemma
    Transitions of care
    Dual-eligibles: challenges for Medicare and Medicaid coordination
    Through the looking glass: visions of the future of healthcare.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
  • Digital
    edited by Denise L. Faustman.
    Contents:
    Chapter 1. BCG: its impact on tuberculosis and relevance to autoimmune disease
    Chapter 2. The potential of TNF induction from BCG for the treatment of Type 1 Diabetes
    Chapter 3. Bacille Calmette-Guerin (BCG) vaccine in neuroinflammation
    Chapter 4. Host epigenetic modifications in Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection: a boon or bane
    Chapter 5. Mycobacterium Bovis Bacille Calmette-Guerin vaccination: can biomarkers predict efficacy?
    Chapter 6. The heterologous effects of Bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG) vaccine and trained innate immunity
    Chapter 7. Nonspecific effects of neonatal Bacille Calmette-Guerin (BCG) vaccination-- from West African observations to a Danish randomized clinical trial
    Chapter 8. Epigenetic rewiring of monocytes in BCG vaccination
    Chapter 9. Mycobacteria, immunoregulation, and autoimmunity
    Chapter 10. mTORC1 links cellular metabolism and immune functions in Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection and BCG vaccination
    Chapter 11. The role of maternal priming and boosting for the nonspecific effects of BCG vaccine
    Index.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2018
  • Digital
    Joachim P. Sturmberg, editor.
    Contents:
    Part I. The foundations of systems and complexity medicine
    1. Heath and disease as emergent processes
    2. The technological advances behind systems medicine
    3. Individualized care
    today and tomorrow
    Part II. The complexity of common diseases
    4. Multi-organ physiology
    5. Infectious diseases
    6. Cancer
    7. Heart disease, diabetes and obesity
    8. Neurodegenerative diseases
    9. Multi-morbidity
    Part III. Ethics and Education
    the Challenges for Systems-based Medicine
    10. Learning to cope in a complex adaptive environment
    11. Regulatory and legal challenges
    12. Ethical implication of systems medicine
    Part IV. Change in an Adaptive Organization
    13. The dynamics of change
    14. Flexible interdisciplinary teams
    15. Health care
    a whole of society perspective.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
  • Digital
    Blase A. Carabello, editor.
    Summary: A vital text for every aspiring and practicing clinician in relevant fields, this user-friendly guide to valvular heart disease includes diagnostic tables, guidance on the treatment of a range of conditions, and access to a range of additional video material.

    Contents:
    Valvular Heart Disease: Pathological Anatomy and Pathogenesis
    Acute Rheumatic Fever
    Infective Endocarditis
    Inflammation Injury and Selected Disease Processes Causing Aortic Root and Aortic Valvular Inflammation
    Comprehensive Approach to Aortic Valve Disease
    Comprehensive Assessment of Primary Mitral Valve Disease: Clinical Presentation, Diagnosis, Medical and Surgical Therapy
    Secondary Mitral Regurgitation
    Innovative Approaches to Mitral Valve Repair and Replacement
    Tricuspid, Pulmonic and Mixed Valve Disease
    Trans-Catheter Aortic Valve Replacement
    Valve Prosthesis
    Heart Disease in Pregnancy
    Evidenced-Based and Practical Management of Real-World Valvular Heart Disease.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
  • Digital
    editors, Catherine M. Otto, Robert O. Bonow.
    Contents:
    Front Cover
    Inside front cover
    Front Matter
    Valvular Heart Disease A Companion to Braunwald's Heart Disease FIFTH EDITION
    Copyright
    Contributors
    Foreword
    Preface
    Acknowledgments
    Braunwald's heart disease family of books
    Table of Contents
    1 Epidemiology of valvular heart disease
    Key points
    Incidence and prevalence of valve disease
    Valve disease in industrially underdeveloped areas
    Incidence of rheumatic fever and chronic rheumatic disease
    Prevalence of rheumatic disease
    Valve disease in industrially developed areas
    Causes of valve disease Rheumatic fever
    Endomyocardial fibrosis
    Calcific aortic stenosis
    Mitral prolapse
    Secondary mitral regurgitation
    Secondary aortic regurgitation resulting from aortic dilation
    Secondary tricuspid regurgitation
    Infective endocarditis
    Replacement heart valves
    Congenital conditions
    Systemic inflammatory conditions
    Carcinoid, drugs, and radiation
    Carcinoid
    Drugs
    Radiation
    Disease by valve type
    Aortic stenosis and regurgitation
    Mitral stenosis
    Mitral regurgitation
    Right-sided valve disease
    Tricuspid valve disease
    Pulmonary valve disease Multiple valve disease
    Conclusions
    References
    2 Three-dimensional anatomy of the aortic and mitral valves
    Key points
    Mitral valve
    Mitral valve anatomy
    Mitral valve annulus
    Mitral valve leaflets
    Mitral valve commissures
    Mitral valve chordae
    Papillary muscles
    3DE and mitral valve apparatus
    3DE imaging
    Image acquisition
    Image display
    3DE mechanisms of mitral valve dysfunction
    Degenerative mitral valve disease
    Ischemic mitral regurgitation
    Mitral leaflet tethering in ischemic mitral regurgitation. Mitral valve annulus in ischemic mitral regurgitation.
    Leaflet growth in ischemic mitral regurgitation.
    Treatment of ischemic mitral regurgitation.
    3DE quantification of mitral regurgitation
    3D vena contracta area
    3D proximal isovelocity surface area
    3D anatomic regurgitant orifice area
    3D mitral inflow and left ventricular outflow tract stroke volume
    Limitations of 3D-derived quantitative measurements for mitral regurgitation
    Mitral stenosis
    Aortic valve
    Aortic valve anatomy
    Aortic valve cusps
    Aortic valve annulus
    Aortic root complex Aortic valve physiology
    3DE imaging
    Image acquisition
    Image display
    Roles for 3DE
    Aortic valve anatomy
    Native valves.
    Prosthetic valves.
    Endocarditis.
    Aortic stenosis assessment
    Left ventricular outflow tract.
    Stroke volume quantification.
    Aortic valve planimetry.
    Transcatheter aortic valve replacement
    Preprocedure: Aortic root assessment.
    Periprocedure.
    Postprocedure.
    Aortic regurgitation assessment
    Classification.
    Vena contracta.
    Stroke volume.
    Aortic-mitral valve interactions
    Conclusions
    References
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2021
  • Digital
    Marian C. Hawkey, Sandra B. Lauck, editors.
    Summary: This book serves as the go-to resource for cardiovascular nurses and other health care practitioners involved in the care of patients with acquired valvular heart disease. It includes unique information about heart valve anatomy and pathophysiology, the complexity of clinical presentations and diagnostic evaluation, patient education and shared decision-making, surgical and transcatheter treatment options, and transition to palliative care. The content focuses primarily on the specialized care of patients with aortic stenosis and regurgitation, and mitral and tricuspid regurgitation. In addition, this unique resource provides timely information to guide a patient-centred and team-driven approach that reflects contemporary and innovative practice in the management of valvular heart disease. The essential topics of strengthening the multidisciplinary Heart Team and programmatic processes of care, the priorities for nursing care, and the multifactorial challenges of managing this complex patient population are explored in detail. Importantly, this resource aims to support all clinicians who are involved in the various timepoints of patients full trajectory of care, from their evaluation pathway, admissions for treatment, and long term follow-up. Clinicians require contemporary knowledge and evidence to guide their practice, provide appropriate care for this complex patient population, and contribute to the advancement of practice. To date, there has been little emphasis placed on the management of valvular heart disease in cardiovascular nursing and allied health curriculum. This book fills this gap and addresses the pressing need for a user-friendly resource to guide the care for this growing population in a rapidly changing clinical environment. The editors are international leaders in the care and management of patients with acquired valvular heart disease and program development. They are widely recognized for their pioneering role in shaping the way we care for these patients.

    Contents:
    Chapter 1: Introduction and Objectives
    Section 1: Understanding Valvular Heart Disease
    Chapter 2: Overview of Patient Population
    Chapter 3: Pathophysiology of Valvular Heart Disease
    Section 2: Valvular Heart Disease Program Structure
    Chapter 4: The Multidisciplinary Heart Team Approach
    Chapter 5:Processes of Care for Valvular Heart Disease Programs
    Section 3: Assessing Valvular Heart Disease
    Chapter 6: Clinical Assessment
    Chapter 7: Imaging Modalities
    Chapter 8: Understanding Function, Frailty and Self-Reported Health Status
    Chapter 9: Making a High Quality Treatment Decision: Shared Decision-Making
    Section 4: Treatment Options for Valvular Heart Disease and Implications for Nursing
    Chapter 10: Surgical Treatment
    Chapter 11: Transcatheter Treatment
    Section 5: Nursing Care Priorities Valvular Heart Disease
    Chapter 12: Safe Recovery after Valvular Heart Surgery
    Chapter 13: Safe Recovery after Transcatheter Heart Valve Procedures
    Chapter 14:Transitions of Care and Long Term Follow-Up after Heart Valve Surgery and Transcatheter Procedures
    Chapter 15: Conclusion: The Next Decade of Treating Valvular Heart Disease An Opportunity for Nursing Leadership.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
  • Digital
    Douglas C. Eaton, John P. Pooler.
    Contents:
    Renal functions, basic processes, and anatomy
    Renal blood flow and glomerular filtration
    Clearance and measures of renal function
    Basic transport mechanisms
    Renal handling of organic solutes
    Basic renal processes for sodium, chloride, and water
    Regulation of sodium and water excretion
    Regulation of potassium balance
    Regulation of acid-base balance
    Regulation of calcium, magnesium, and phosphate.
    Digital Access AccessMedicine 2018
  • Digital
    [edited by], Maie El-Sourady, MD, MS
    Summary: The Vanderbilt Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Curriculum is a comprehensive, case-based curriculum for the care of adults and children in the outpatient setting. This related tool allows users to create random or custom topical study quizes.
    Digital Access AccessMedicine 2019
  • Digital/Print
    Brit Bennett.
    Summary: "The Vignes twin sisters will always be identical. But after growing up together in a small, southern black community and running away at age sixteen, it's not just the shape of their daily lives that is different as adults, it's everything: their families, their communities, their racial identities. Ten years later, one sister lives with her black daughter in the same southern town she once tried to escape. The other secretly passes for white, and her white husband knows nothing of her past. Still, even separated by so many miles and just as many lies, the fates of the twins remain intertwined. What will happen to the next generation, when their own daughters' storylines intersect? Weaving together multiple strands and generations of this family, from the Deep South to California, from the 1950s to the 1990s, Brit Bennett produces a story that is at once a riveting, emotional family story and a brilliant exploration of the American history of passing. Looking well beyond issues of race, The Vanishing Half considers the lasting influence of the past as it shapes a person's decisions, desires, and expectations, and explores some of the multiple reasons and realms in which people sometimes feel pulled to live as something other than their origins. As with her New York Times-bestselling debut The Mothers, Brit Bennett offers an engrossing page-turner about family and relationships that is immersive and provocative, compassionate and wise"-- Provided by publisher.
    Digital Access EBSCO 2020
    Limited to 3 simultaneous users
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    PS3602.E66444 V36 2020
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  • Digital
    edited by Xiaozhong Guo, Xingshun Qi.
    Springer Nature eBook.
    Summary: This book discusses the management of variceal bleeding in liver cirrhosis, covering a wide range of topics, including epidemiology, mechanism, diagnosis and monitoring, prophylaxis, treatment, and prognostic assessment. It also presents the latest research in the field, such as non-invasive approaches, self-expanding metal stents, hemostatic powder, and early TIPS. The book is a valuable resource for physicians wanting to establish standard treatment strategies, researchers launching innovative clinical and experimental studies, and also for patients and their relatives wishing to gain a better understanding of this disease.

    Contents:
    Epidemiology of Varices and Variceal Bleeding in Liver Cirrhosis
    Mechanisms of Varices and Variceal Bleeding in Liver Cirrhosis
    Diagnosis and Surveillance of Esophageal Varices in Liver Cirrhosis
    Role of Etiological Therapy in Management of Variceal Bleeding in Liver Cirrhosis
    Management of Acute Variceal Bleeding in Liver Cirrhosis
    Primary Prophylaxis of Variceal Bleeding in Liver Cirrhosis
    Secondary Prophylaxis of Variceal Bleeding in Liver Cirrhosis
    Portal Hypertensive Gastropathy in Liver Cirrhosis
    Ectopic Varices in Liver Cirrhosis
    Prognostic Assessment of Variceal Bleeding in Liver Cirrhosis
    Future Direction.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
  • Digital
    Roberto de Franchis, Alessandra Dell'Era, editors.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
  • Digital
    Sandro C. Esteves, Chak-Lam Cho, Ahmad Majzoub, Ashok Agarwal, editors.
    Summary: This unique textbook - the first of its kind - presents a thoughtful and comprehensive discussion of the significance of varicocele and its impact on male fertility. This hot topic is covered from a multitude of angles in seven thematic sections: origin and pathophysiology, clinical evaluation, medical and surgical therapy, controversies, pro and con debates, and clinical case scenarios. The scope of varicocele includes basic and transitional research, genetics, diagnostic testing with conventional and advanced molecular biology approaches, hormonal control, interventional therapy and assisted reproductive technology (ART). Repair of varicocele, which can be carried out by various methods, not only alleviates oxidative stress-associated infertility but also prevents and protects against the progressive character of varicocele and its consequent upregulations of systemic oxidative stress. Even with the advances in the understanding of this intriguing disease and consensus on some areas such as diagnosis and pathophysiology, substantial controversy still exists, in particular concerning the benefits of treatment and to whom treatment should be offered. Additional chapters discuss, in depth, such controversies surrounding the role of varicocele in male infertility and present clinical case scenarios dealing with management of subclinical and clinical varicocele. A series of editorial comments is provided by the editors at the end of selected chapters, containing an objective and concise summary of the information from each chapter. In addition, chapters open up with key points for quick references and conclude with multiple choice questions and answers for immediate review and retention of the rich content. Generously illustrated, Varicocele and Male Infertility: A Complete Guide represents an invaluable tool for medical students in reproductive medicine as well as researchers and clinicians working in the field of infertility (e.g., urologists, gynecologists, re productive endocrinologists, and embryologists) and is comprised of chapters written by leading and internationally recognized clinicians and scientists with expertise in varicocele, skillfully edited by leaders in the field.

    Contents:
    Cele
    Adult varicocele diagnosis and treatment
    Pediatric and adolescent varicocele diagnosis and treatment
    Sperm DNA fragmentation testing and varicocele
    Grade of evidence on varicocele treatment
    A 'Strengths-Weakness-Opportunities-Threats (SWOT) analysis of varicocele-related infertility and its diagnosis and management le
    Is varicocele a bilateral disease?- Why is subclinical varicocele considered a different entity?- Why is it that not all men with varicocele are infertile?- Is there a role for testicular biopsy in men with varicocele?- Should bilateral varicocele repair be recommended in cases of a clinical varicocele and contralateral subclinical varicocele?- Is there any role for intraoperative ultrasound during varicocele repair?- Is there any role for indocyanine green angiography in testicular artery preservation during microsurgical subinguinal varicocelectomy?- Should a varicocele be repaired before assisted reproductive technology treatment?- Should a varicocele be repaired in non-infertile patients with hypogonadism?- What should be the ideal control group in clinical trials investigating the role of varicocele and its treatment on fertility outcomes?- Part V: Debate (Pro and Con) over Varicocele
    Should SDF testing be used in men with varicocele?- Should varicocele be repaired before ART?- Should varicocele be repaired in azoospermic infertile men?- Should varicocele be managed surgically or radiographically?- Part VI: Clinical Case Scenarios Involving Varicocele
    Grade 1 varicocele and borderline/normal conventional semen analysis
    Grades 2/3 varicocele and normal conventional semen analysis
    Clinical varicocele and severely abnormal semen analysis in a couple considering ART whose female partner is over 36 years old
    Asymptomatic male with left grade 3 varicocele and 2 children desiring vasectomy with low testosterone
    Symptomatic male with subclinical varicocele found on ultrasound evaluation
    Recurrent grade 2/3 varicocele after microsurgical varicocelectomy and abnormal semen parameters in a couple attempting conception for>3 years
    Grade 2/3 varicocele in a 15-year-old healthy boy with normal testis volume (and normal semen analysis) with a history of varicocele and infertility in his father
    Part VII: Clinical Practice Guidelines for Varico.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
  • Digital
    [edited by] Felipe B. Collares, Salomão Faintuch.
    Contents:
    Anatomy / Felipe B. Collares
    Pathophysiology of varicose veins / Amy R. Deipolyi and Gloria M. Martinez Salazar
    Clinical exam / Michael G. Johnson, Jr., Igor Rafael Sincos, and Felipe B. Collares
    Imaging / Cyrillo R. Araujo, Jr. and Felipe B. Collares
    Compression therapy / Erica A. Gupta, Raphael J. Yoo, Carlos Alberto M. Carvalho, and Felipe B. Collares
    Endovenous thermal ablation / Amy R. Deipolyi, Gloria M. Martinez Salazar, Felipe B. Collares
    Sclerotherapy / Ian M. Brennan
    Ambulatory phlebectomy / Indravadan J. Patel and Suvranu Ganguli
    Safety, quality, and complications / Ann L. Brown, Lauren Ferrara, and Felipe B. Collares
    New endovascular techniques / Edward H. Ahn and Felipe B. Collares.
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    Daniele G. Biasucci, Nicola Massimo Disma, Mauro Pittiruti, editors.
    Summary: This is a practical guide to pediatric vascular access. It covers how to use ultrasound appropriately, how to prevent and manage early and late complications, and how to correctly place the catheter tip using ECG or radiology. It includes all the most modern approaches and devices. In particular, the best approach for some specific populations is covered, including neonates and infants, complex patients, and children with cancer or renal failure requiring long term treatments. A guide on how to establish a vascular access team in a pediatric hospital is included, including the costs and benefits of having this hospital-based team. Vascular Access in Neonates and Children is aimed at pediatric anesthesists and surgeons, and radiologists, pediatricians and other specialities may also find it of interest.

    Contents:
    Part 1: General considerations on venous access in neonates and children
    Chapter 1: Vascular access in pediatric patients: classification and indications
    Chapter 2: Evidence based rationale for ultrasound guided vascular access in children
    Chapter 3: Principles of ultrasonography and settings of ultrasound devices for children
    Chapter 4: Ultrasound anatomy of arterial and deep veins of the limb and the cervico-thoracic region in children
    Chapter 5: Near-InfraRed technology for access to superficial veins: evidence from the literature and indications for pediatric venous access
    Chapter 6: Tip navigation and tip location methods
    Chapter 7: Chest ultrasound for early diagnosis of complications
    Chapter 8: Technique and devices for securement of the catheter and protection of the exit site
    Part 2: Venous access in neonates
    Chapter 9: Peripheral venous access in neonates
    Chapter 10: Umbilical venous catheters
    Chapter 11: Epicutaneo-cava catheters
    Chapter 12: Ultrasound guided venous access in neonates
    Part 3: Venous access in children
    Chapter 13: Peripheral venous access: short cannulas, mini-midlines, midlines
    Chapter 14: Peripherally Inserted Central Catheters (PICC) in children
    Chapter 15: Centrally and Femorally Inserted Central Catheters (CICC and FICC) in children
    Chapter 16: Totally Implantable Venous Access Devices
    Part 4: Arterial access
    Chapter 17: Umbilical arterial catheters
    Chapter 18: Peripheral arterial lines
    Part 5: Special considerations in pediatric vascular access
    Chapter 19: Access for dialysis and apheresis
    Chapter 20: Intraosseous Access
    Chapter 21: Prevention and treatment of catheter-related complications
    Chapter 22: Compatibility of drugs
    Chapter 23: Organization of a hospital-based Vascular Access Team
    Chapter 24: Special problems of venous access in intensive care and emergency
    Chapter 25: Special problems of venous access in oncology and hematology
    Chapter 26: Special problems of venous access in parenteral nutrition
    Chapter 27: Sedation and general anesthesia for vascular access in children.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
  • Digital
    edited by Ian Loftus, Robert J Hinchcliffe.
    Summary: "Vascular and Endovascular Surgery meets the needs of surgeons in higher training and practising consultants for a contemporary and evidence-based account of this sub-specialty that is relevant to their general surgical practice. It is a practical reference source incorporating the most current information on recent developments, management issues and operative procedures. The text is thoroughly referenced and supported by evidence-based recommendations wherever possible, distinguishing between strong evidence to support a conclusion, and evidence suggesting that a recommendation can be reached on the balance of probabilities"--Publisher's description.

    Contents:
    Epidemiological risk factors for PAD, risk stratification and risk factor management
    Assessment of chronic lower limb ischaemia
    Medical treatment of chronic lower limb ischemia
    Intervention for chronic lower limb ischaemia
    The diabetic foot
    Amputation, rehabilitation and prosthetic developments
    Revision vascular surgery
    Management of acute lower limb ischaemia
    Vascular trauma
    Extracranial cerebrovascular disease
    Vascular disorders of the upper limb
    Primary and secondary vasospastic disorders (Raynaud's phenomenon) and vasculitis
    Peripheral and abdominal aortic aneurysms
    Thoracic and thoraco-abdominal aortic disease
    Disorders of the renal and mesenteric circulation
    Central venous and dialysis access
    Varicose veins
    Chronic leg swelling
    The acutely swollen leg
    Vascular anomalies.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2019
  • Digital
    Wael E. Saad, Minhaj S. Khaja, Suresh Vedantham.
    Limited to 3 simultaneous users
  • Digital
    John A. Kaufman, Michael J. Lee.
    Contents:
    Vascular Pathology
    Fundamentals of Angiography
    Noninvasive Vascular Imaging
    Vascular Interventions
    Carotid and Vertebral Arteries
    Upper Extremity Arteries
    Upper Extremity, Neck, and Central Thoracic Veins
    Pulmonary Circulation
    Thoracic Aorta
    Abdominal Aorta and Pelvic Arteries
    Visceral Arteries
    Renal Arteries
    Inferior Vena Cava and Tributaries
    Portal and Hepatic Veins
    Lower-Extremity Arteries
    Lower-Extremity Veins
    Image-Guided Percutaneous Biopsy
    Percutaneous Abscess and Fluid Drainage
    Gastrointestinal Tract Intervention
    Biliary Intervention
    Gallbladder Intervention
    Percutaneous Genitourinary Intervention
    Image-Guided Breast Intervention
    Musculoskeletal Intervention
    Image-Guided Tumor Ablation: Basic Principles
    Image-Guided Ablation of Renal Tumors
    Image-Guided Ablation as a Treatment Option for Thoracic Malignancies
    Image-Guided Ablation of Liver Tumors.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2014
  • Digital/Print
    editors, Brian Strife, Jeff Elbich.
    Summary: "The first ABR core examination was administered in October 2013 to third year radiology residents. This core examination, which is one component toward obtaining board certification in diagnostic radiology, tests knowledge and comprehension in 18 categories, all of which must be passed. The categories are: breast, cardiac, gastrointestinal, interventional, musculoskeletal, neuroradiology, nuclear, pediatrics, reproductive/endocrinology, thoracic, urinary, vascular, computed tomography, magnetic resonance, radiography/fluoroscopy, ultrasound, physics, and safety. The core exam will have approximately 660 questions and consist of approximately 60 questions from each category (except physics will have 110 questions). The exam is to be an "image-rich", computer-based exam with multiple-choice, extended answer, and blocked return type questions. The Core Review Series will be the first and only reference specifically designed for this new exam. Each title will consist of approximately 300 questions, in a format similar to the exam with image-rich MCQs. Answers to the questions will be discussed in a concise manner along with explanations of each choice followed by relevant references. Vascular and Interventional Radiology: A Core Review will include high quality angiographic, fluoroscopic, CT, MRI, and ultrasound images that demonstrate the broad range of clinical entities encountered in the field. Answers to the questions will be discussed in a concise manner with brief discussion of the clinical pearls and rationale behind the correct answer. Literature references will be provided for each question so the reader will know where to go for further reading on the subject"--Provided by publisher.
    Digital Access Ovid 2020
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    edited by Cameron C. Trenor III, Denise M. Adams.
    Summary: This volume is a practical resource for the diagnosis and multi-disciplinary management of patients with vascular anomalies. Although designed by and for hematologists and oncologists, this text also assists clinicians in many specialties with appropriate nomenclature, diagnosis, and management of the heterogeneous disorders considered as vascular anomalies, including kaposiform hemangioendothelioma, capillary malformations, venous malformations, lymphatic anomalies, and arteriovenous malformation. The book features full-color clinical photographs and diagnostic imaging to enrich descriptions of these conditions and to ensure accurate diagnosis for appropriate management recommendations. Written by experts in their fields, Vascular Anomalies: A Guide for the Hematologist/Oncologistis a valuable resource for clinicians treating and researchers studying patients with vascular anomalies.

    Contents:
    Nomenclature of Vascular Anomalies: Evolution to the ISSVA 2018 Classification System
    Diagnosis of Vascular Anomalies
    The Genetic Basis of Vascular Anomalies
    Sirolimus for the Treatment of Vascular Anomalies
    Infantile and Congenital Hemangiomas: Natural History, Complications, and When and How to Treat
    Kaposiform Hemangioendothelioma and Kasabach-Merritt Phenomenon: Management of Coagulopathy and Treatment Options
    Rare Vascular Tumors
    Capillary Malformations and Associated Syndromes
    Venous Malformations and Associated Syndromes: Diagnosis and Management
    Lymphatic Anomalies
    Arteriovenous Malformation
    Overgrowth Syndromes Associated with Vascular Anomalies
    Hemostasis/Thrombosis Considerations in Vascular Anomalies
    Practice Considerations for the Hematologist/Oncologist in Vascular Anomalies Clinics.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
  • Print
    Yuping Wang.
    Summary: The placenta is an organ that connects the developing fetus to the uterine wall, thereby allowing nutrient uptake, waste elimination, and gas exchange via the mother's blood supply. Proper vascular development in the placenta is fundamental to ensuring a healthy fetus and successful pregnancy. This book provides an up-to-date summary and synthesis of knowledge regarding placental vascular biology and discusses the relevance of this vascular bed to the functions of the human placenta.

    Contents:
    1. Introduction
    2. Placental blood circulation
    3. Structure of the placenta
    4. Cell types of the placenta
    5. Oxygen tension and placental vascular development
    6. Vasculogenesis and angiogenesis of human placenta
    7. Angiogenic factors
    8. Vasoactivators and placental vasoactivity
    9. Trophoblast-derived extracellular vesicles
    10. Placenta-derived microRNAs and immune response in pregnancy
    11. Lymphatic phenotypic characteristics of the human placenta
    12. Placental tissue and cord bood stem cells
    13. Summary
    Acknowledgments
    References
    Author biography.
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    QP281 .W258 2017
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  • Digital
    Paul A. Gardner, Carl H. Snyderman, Brian T. Jankowitz.
    Summary: "Vascular injury is the most significant source of morbidity or mortality during skull base surgery, regardless of the surgical approach. While skull base approaches always placed arteries and veins at risk, newer endoscopic endonasal approaches have introduced new challenges for the prevention and management of vascular injury. Greater anatomic knowledge, additional surgical options, improved instrumentation, advances in interventional neuroradiology, and enhanced training all contribute to successful outcomes. Vascular Challenges in Skull Base Surgery by renowned skull base experts Paul A. Gardner, Carl H. Snyderman, Brian T. Jankowitz, and distinguished contributors, fills a gap in the literature, with invaluable guidance on managing rare but potentially catastrophic surgical complications. The full range of surgical approaches to the anterior, middle, and posterior cranial fossae are covered in 22 chapters. Diverse topics encompass open and endoscopic endonasal surgical approaches, endovascular techniques including balloon test occlusion and embolization, and standard and alternative bypass procedures. The last three chapters discuss venous considerations, neurophysiologic monitoring, and the role of training and simulation in vascular injury prevention. Key learning points, illustrated discussion of relevant anatomy, and tips and tricks are targeted at helping skull base surgeons leverage practical strategies to improve patient outcomes"-- Provided by publisher.
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    Thieme MedOne Neurosurgery
    Thieme-Connect
    Thieme MedOne Otolaryngology
  • Digital
    Ramyar Gilani, Joseph L. Mills Sr., editors.
    Summary: The concept for this book evolved over many years of intense clinical practice during which a wide variety of vascular complications were encountered as a result of other surgical or interventional procedures. In this book, the authors describe cohesive efforts by experts in the field as they commit to advancing health care quality by all professionals. It should be noted at the outset that the book does not discuss various non-vascular or systemic complications of patients undergoing vascular interventions such as myocardial infarction, renal or respiratory failure. Instead, the content is divided into four separate sections. The material begins with an introduction to vascular anatomy and function. There follows a section addressing specific complications of the vascular system that can occur in any patient, sometimes even without intervention. The third section addresses complications specific to interventions and surgical procedures. The final section is dedicated to the delayed and long-term sequelae attributable to the most commonly encountered vascular complications. Vascular Complications of Surgery and Intervention: A Practical Guide is targeted towards dedicated health care professionals managing patients affected by inadvertent but potentially disastrous vascular complications and for those practitioners performing interventions either directly upon the vascular system or procedures that have potential for collateral impact.

    Contents:
    Part 1. General Principles
    1. Regional Vascular Anatomy
    2. Impact of Hemorrhage, Thrombosis, and Ischemia
    3. Principles of Vascular Imaging
    Part 2. Perioperative
    4. Perioperative Venous Thromboembolism
    5. Postoperative Spinal Cord Ischemia and Stroke
    6. Arterial Thromboembolic Complications
    7. Vascular Injuries in Children
    Part 3. Operation and Intervention
    8. Principles of Vascular access and complications
    9. Procedural Checklist/ Situational Awareness
    10. Management of Iatrogenic Abdominal Vascular Injuries
    11. Inadvertent Ischemia Occurring with Abdominal Surgery
    12. Vascular Injury During Spine Surgery
    13. Vascular Complications Associated with the Cardiac Patient
    14. Vascular Insult of the Operated Extremity
    15. Interventional Alternatives for Vascular Injury
    Part 4. Delayed
    16. Dreaded Late Complications: Infection, blowout, pseudoaneurysm, fistula
    17. Considerations for Surgery in Hostile Zones
    18. Medical and Legal Implications of Failure to Rescue.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
  • Digital
    Michael G. Hennerici, Doris Neuerburg-Heusler ; with contributions by Michael Daffertshofer, Thomas Karasch, Stephen Meairs.
    Contents:

    v. 1. Cerebral and peripheral vessels.
  • Digital
    Roni Aloni.
    Summary: The book is intended as a guide for molecular biology students, equipping them to successfully study plants. It pursues a holistic approach, viewing the whole plant as an integrated operating organism, and is written in a straightforward manner, making it appealing to anyone interested in plants. Further, it reflects the latest findings for scientists and students in the fields of plant sciences, biology, agriculture, forestry, ecology, vascular medicine and cancer, discussing e.g. how hormonal signals induce and regulate simple and complex patterns in plants vascular tissues, their adaptation and evolution; written by a world-renowned expert who has worked in the field for 50 years; covers the field from the initial studies conducted more than a century ago up to recent studies with up-to-date explanations; describes in details the structure, development, physiology and basic molecular biology of plants' vascular tissues, their function, regeneration and environmental adaptation; explores the controlling mechanisms of plant vascular differentiation by continuously moving hormonal signals and their precursors; discusses the regulation of stem cells and cambium, control of gradients in vascular cell size along the plant, juvenile-adult transition and rejuvenation, grafting, mechanisms of recovery from bending by reaction wood, evolution of vessels and fibers from tracheids, regulation of ring-porous wood evolution, protecting mechanisms against insects and pathogens, parasitism, plant cancer, and more; helps readers understand the scope and breadth of plant vascular systems in 20 detailed, high-quality chapters; includes a wealth of outstanding original color photographs and illustrations documenting the formation of vascular tissues; provides an in-depth understanding of plant biology by studying their vascular tissues.

    Contents:
    Introduction
    Structure, Development and Patterns of Primary, Secondary and Regenerative Vascular Tissues
    The Hormonal Signals that Regulate Plant Vascular Differentiation
    Importance of NO₃- and PO₄- for Development, Differentiation and Competition
    Phloem and Xylem Differentiation
    Apical Dominance and Vascularization
    Leaf Development and Vascular Differentiation
    Flower Biology and Vascular Differentiation
    Can a Differentiating Vessel Induce Lateral Root Initiation?
    Vascular Regeneration and Grafting
    Regulation of Cambium Activity
    Regulation of Juvenile-Adult Transition and Rejuvenation
    The Control of Tracheid Size, Vessel Widening and Density along the Plant Axis
    Circular Vascular Tissues, Vessel Endings and Tracheids in Organ Junctions
    Ray Differentiation: the Radial Pathways
    Environmental Adaptation of Vascular Tissues
    Resin Glands and Traumatic Duct Formation in Conifers
    Hormonal Control of Reaction Wood Formation
    Hormonal Control of Wood Evolution
    How Vascular Differentiation in Hosts Is Regulated by Parasitic Plants and Gall-Inducing Insects
    Cancer and Vascular Differentiation.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
  • Digital
    Rabih Chaer, editor.
    Contents:
    Screening for vascular pathology: current guidelines and recommendations
    Preoperative optimization of the elderly patient prior to vascular surgery --Anesthetic considerations for elderly patients undergoing vascular surgery
    Deep vain thrombosis in the elderly
    Management of chronic venous disease and varicose veins in the elderly
    Cerebrovascular disease in the elderly
    Aortic aneurysm disease in the elderly
    Peripheral arterial disease in the elderly
    Renal failure in the elderly
    Ethical considerations.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
  • Digital
    Tulio Pinho Navarro, Alan Dardik, Daniela Junqueira, Ligia Cisneros, editors.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
  • Digital
    Dominique Valla, Juan Carlos Garcia-Pagan, Andrea De Gottardi, Pierre-Emmanuel Rautou, editors.
    Summary: This book provides a comprehensive account on individually rare, but collectively frequent diseases of the liver. In the first part, conditions such as hepatic vascular malformations, ischemic cholangiopathy, hepatic artery occlusion, sinusoidal conditions and Budd-Chiari syndrome are discussed among others. The second part examines the causes of vascular liver disease namely, coagulation disorders, neoplasm disorders, non-malignant blood disorders, systemic diseases and toxins, among others. The unique expertise of the authors, who are all members of the Vascular Liver Disease Disorders Group, an independent network of researchers with a common interest in Vascular Liver Diseases, are merged for an optimal pragmatic and individualized approach. This book is of interest to a broad range of experts, such as hepatologists, internists, radiologists and angiologists.

    Contents:
    Section 1-Vascular Disorders of the Liver and Their Management
    Role of liver biopsy in the study of vascular disorders of the Liver
    Role of imaging in the study of vascular disorders of the Liver
    Hepatic artery occlusion and ischemic cholangiopathy
    Other disorders of hepatic arteries (aneurysms, arterioportal fistulas)
    Hepatic vascular malformations in hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia
    Congenital portosystemic shunts – Abernethy malformation
    Budd-Chiari syndrome - Hepatic venous outflow tract obstruction
    Extrahepatic portal vein obstruction – Portal vein thrombosis and portal cavernoma in the absence of cirrhosis
    Portal vein thrombosis in patients with cirrhosis
    Portal-sinusoidal disease
    Sinusoidal obstruction syndrome/Hepatic veno-occlusive disease
    Sinusoidal dilatation/Peliosis
    Hypoxic hepatitis
    Congestive cardiac hepatopathy
    Regenerative nodules and liver tumors in vascular liver diseases
    Pregnancies and contraception in patients with vascular liver diseases
    Antithrombotic therapy and liver disease (including thrombolysis, DOACS)
    Section 2- Causes for Vascular Disorders of the Liver
    Coagulation disorders and the liver (including DIC and related conditions such as HELLP/preeclampsia)
    Hematologic and non-hematologic neoplasm disorders affecting liver vessels (microscopic or gross invasion, including alveolar echinococcosis)
    Non-malignant blood disorders affecting liver vessels (sickle cell disease, hemophagocytic syndrome, primary immune deficiency syndromes, HIV infection, etc.)
    Systemic diseases affecting liver vessels (periarteritis nodosa, Behcet’s disease, systemic lupus, systemic sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, sarcoidosis, diabetes)
    Drugs and toxins affecting liver vessels
    The Fontan circulation and the liver.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
  • Digital
    Kazuo Tanishita, Kimiko Yamamoto, editors.
    Contents:
    Chapter 1 Introduction
    Chapter 2 Fundamentals of Vascular Bio-fluid and Solid Mechanics
    Chapter 3 Fundamentals of Physiology and Biology of Vascular System
    Chapter 4 Hemodynamics in Physio- and Pathological Vessels
    Chapter 5 Cyclic Stretch-Induced Reorganization of Stress Fibers in Endothelial Cells
    Chapter 6 Mechanical Characterization of Vascular Endothelial Cells Exposed to Fluid Shear Stress
    Chapter 7 Tensile Properties of Smooth Muscle Cells, Elastin, and Collagen Fibers
    Chapter 8 Mechanobiology of Endothelial Cells Related to the Formation of Arterial Disease
    Chapter9 Mechanotransduction of Shear Stress by the Endothelium
    Chapter 10 Mechanobiology of Endothelial Cells Related to the Pathogenesis of Arterial Disease
    Chapter 11 Vascular Engineering of Blood Coagulation
    Chapter 12 Vascular Engine ering to Make Blood-Compatible Surface
    Chapter 13 Vascular Engineering of Circulatory Assist Devices
    Chapter 14 Innovations in Measuring Cellular Mechanics
    Chapter 15 Innovation of Vascular Engineering by Mechano-medicine
    Chapter 16 Integrated Vascular Engineering: Vascularization of Reconstructed Tissue
    Chapter 17 Novel Technology to Assay the Multicellular Network: On-Chip Cellomics Technology.-.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
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    edited by Joana N. Ramalho, Mauricio Castillo.
    Contents:
    Basic principles of UVI / Ana Maria Braz and Jaime Leal Pamplona
    Clinical applications of UVI / Ana Maria Braz, Maria Madalena Patricio, and Joana Ramalho
    Novel applications of UVI / Elsa Azevedo and Pedro Castro
    Basic principles of CTA / Margareth Kimura and Mauricio Castillo
    Intracranial CTA / Isabel R. Fragata and Joana Ramalho
    Extra-cranial CTA / Tiago Baptista and João Lopes Reis
    Basic principles of time-of- flight magnetic resonance angiography (TOF MRA) and MRV (2D and 3D) / Hugo A. Ferreira and Joana Ramalho
    Basic principles of phase contrast magnetic resonance angiography (PC MRA) and MRV / Hugo A. Ferreira and Joana Ramalho
    Time-of-flight magnetic resonance angiography (TOF MRA) and MRV : clinical applications / Mauricio Castillo, Juan Camilo Márquez and Francisco Jose Medina
    Phase contrast magnetic resonance angiography (PC MRA) and flow analysis : clinical applications / Pedro Vilela
    Contrast-enhanced MRA fundamentals and clinical applications / Khurram Javed and Mauricio Castillo
    Intracranial magnetic resonance angiography (MRA), 1.5T versus 3T : advantages and disadvantages / Sara Safder, Benjamin Huang, and Mauricio Castillo
    Time-resolved techniques / Nuno Almeida, David Monteiro, and Daniela Seixas
    DSA : basic principles / Mauricio Castillo
    DSA in clinical practice / Yueh Z. Lee and Mauricio Castillo
    Advanced and future DSA applications / Pedro Vilela
    CT perfusion, basic concepts and clinical applications / Joana Ramalho and Isabel R. Fragata
    Dynamic susceptibility contrast-enhanced MRI perfusion : basic principles and clinical applications / Francisco Medina Valencia, Mauricio Castillo, and Juan Marquez
    Arterial spin labeling (ASL) perfusion basic concepts, artifacts, and clinical applications / Debora Bertholdo and Mauricio Castillo
    Imaging of carotid plaque / Sangam Kanekar
    Basic concepts and clinical applications of intravascular imaging hideki / Sitahara, Peter J. Fitzgerald, Paul G. Yock, and Yasuhiro Honda
    Pediatric vascular imaging techniques and clinical applications / Carla R. Conceio, Rita Lopes da Silva, and Joana Ramalho.
    Digital Access Wiley 2014
  • Digital
    [edited by] Mark S. Persky, Milton Waner, Francine Blei, Alejandro Berenstein.
    Summary: "Recent developments in the areas of medica/ surgical treatment, laser technology, endovascular techniques, pathological diagnostics, and appropriate radiation protocols have dramatically impacted the evaluation and management of patients with vascular lesions. This new book will appeal to many overlapping specialties. Congenital vascular lesions are seen and treated by a spectrum of physicians including otolaryngologists, pediatric otolaryngologists, facial plastic surgeons, vascular/ interventional radiologists, pediatricians, dermatologists, and general pediatric surgeons"--Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    Classification of vascular anomalies
    Congenital vascular tumors
    Pathology of congenital vascular lesions
    The natural history, physical findings, and evaluation of hemangiomas
    Hemangioma syndromes
    Radiologic evaluation of hemangiomas
    Medical management of hemangiomas
    Treatment of infantile hemangiomas
    Radiologic evaluation of vascular malformations
    The role of endovascular surgery in the management of vascular lesions of the head and neck
    Treatment of port-wine stains
    The surgical management of vascular malformations
    Evaluation and treatment of vascular neoplasms
    Pathology of acquired vascular neoplasms of the head and neck.
  • Digital
    Ajay K. Khanna, Satyendra K. Tiwary, editors.
    Summary: The book covers all aspects of vascular malformations including classification, embryology, genetics, clinical approach, investigations, management, controversies and key points to remember. Chapters cover recent changes in detail in various aspects, such as classification, genetic decoding, minimal intervention, selective approach and investigations for different types. It offers clear guidance on diagnostic protocol and surgical decision making with changing scenario leading to evolving endovascular and radiological interventions. The book is useful for vascular surgeon, pediatric surgeon, general surgeon, plastic surgeon and intervention radiologist as well as clinical research scholars, surgical oncologists and radiologists.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
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    Eng H. Lo, Josephine Lok, MingMing Ning, Michael J. Whalen, editors.
    Summary: Vascular Mechanisms in CNS Trauma focuses on the vascular aspects of brain and spinal cord trauma.Twenty nine chapters are arranged in three sections:Molecular Mechanisms; Experimental Models and Methods; and Clinical Challenges and Opportunities. The first section addresses topics in the basic biology of brain and spinal cord trauma, ranging from the pathophysiology of cerebral endothelial cells and gliovascular interactions to the role of stem cells in neurovascular repair. The second section covers experimental methods in rodent and in large animal models of CNS injury, as well as the use of biomaterials and biomarkers in studying the mechanisms of tissue response. The third section deals with clinical issues in the monitoring and treatment of the patient with traumatic injury of the brain and spinal cord. Contributors to the book include an integrated mix of basic scientists and clinicians from diverse institutions. By presenting salient issues in CNS trauma from a vascular perspective, this book should make a unique contribution to the understanding of traumatic brain and spinal cord injury.

    Contents:
    CNS Barriers in Neurotrauma
    Mechanisms of Cerebral Edema Leading to Early Seizures after Traumatic Brain Injury
    Human Cerebral Blood Flow and Traumatic Brain Injury
    Gliovascular Targets in Traumatic CNS Injury
    Neurovascular Responses to Traumatic Brain Injury
    The Effects of Intravascular Coagulation and Microthrombosis on Cerebral Perfusion after Brain Trauma
    Barriers to Drug Delivery for Brain Trauma
    Angiogenesis and Functional Recovery after Traumatic Brain Injury
    Vascular Mechanisms in Spinal Cord Injury
    Neurovascular Mechanisms of Ischemia Tolerance Against Brain Injury
    Stem Cells for Neurovascular Repair in CNS Trauma
    Vascular Actions of Hypothermia in Brain Trauma
    Vascular Responses in Rodent Models of Traumatic Brain Injury
    SAH Models: Review, New Modification, and Prospective
    Age and Sex Differences In Hemodynamics In a Large Animal Model of Brain Trauma
    Neutrophils as Determinants of Vascular Stability in the Injured Spinal Cord
    Blood Biomarkers for Acute CNS Insults: Traumatic Brain Injury and Stroke
    Biomaterials for CNS Injury
    Isolated Blood Vessel Models for Studying Trauma
    Managing Edema and Intracranial Pressure in the Intensive Care Unit
    Surgical Management of Traumatic Brain Edema
    Optimizing Hemodynamics in the Clinical Setting
    Cerebrovascular Autoregulation and Monitoring of Cerebrovascular Reactivity
    Cerebrovascular Responses after Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury
    Subdural Hematoma in Non-Accidental Head Injury
    Blood Genomics after Brain Ischemia, Hemorrhage, and Trauma
    Molecular Biomarkers in Neurocritical Care ? The Next Frontier
    Bedside Monitoring of Vascular Mechanisms in CNS Trauma: The use of Near Infra-red Spectroscopy (NIRS) and Transcranial Doppler (TCD)
    In vivo MRI and MRS of Cerebrovascular Function following Traumatic Brain Injury.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
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    Markus Hecker, Dirk J. Duncker, editors.
    Summary: This volume of the series Cardiac and Vascular Biology presents the most relevant aspects of vascular mechanobiology along with many more facets of this fascinating, timely and clinically highly relevant field. Mechanotransduction, mechanosensing, fluid shear stress, hameodynamics and cell fate, are just a few topics to name. All important aspects of vascular mechanobiology in health and disease are reviewed by some of the top experts in the field. This volume, together with a second title on cardiacmechanobiology featured in this series, will be of high relevance to scientists and clinical researchers in the area of vascular biology, cardiology and biomedical engineering.

    Contents:
    Preface
    Hemodynamics and vascular remodeling
    The biomechanics of venous remodeling
    New kids on the block: the emerging role of YAP/TAZ in vascular cell mechano-transduction
    GPCRs und flow and pressure
    Biomechanics in small artery remodeling
    Contributions of wall stretch and shear stress to vascular regulation: Molecular mechanisms of homeostasis and expansion
    Mechanobiology of lymphatic vessels
    Hemodynamic control of endothelial cell fates in development
    Mechanical regulation of epigenetic modifications in vascular biology and pathobiology
    Mechanosensing and mechanotransduction in pulmonary hypertension
    Mechanobiology of arterial hypertension
    Mechanobiology of atherosclerosis
    Exploitation of vascular mechanobiology for cardiovascular therapy.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
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    [edited by] Mark A. Creager, Joshua A. Beckman, Joseph Loscalzo.
    Contents:
    Vascular embryology and angiogenesis
    The endothelium
    Vascular smooth muscle
    Normal mechanisms of vascular hemostasis
    Vascular pharmacology
    Pathobiology of atherosclerosis
    Pathobiology of aortic aneurysms
    Pathobiology of thrombosis
    Pathobiology and assessment of cardiovascular fibrosis
    Pathobiology of vasculitis
    The history and physical examination
    Vascular laboratory testing
    Magnetic resonance imaging
    Computed tomographic angiography
    Catheter-based peripheral angiography
    The epidemiology of peripheral artery disease
    Pathophysiology of peripheral artery disease
    Peripheral artery disease: clinical evaluation
    Medical treatment of peripheral artery disease
    Endovascular treatment of peripheral artery disease
    Reconstructive surgery for peripheral artery disease
    Pathophysiology of renal artery disease
    Clinical evaluation of renal artery disease
    Treatment of renal artery disease
    Epidemiology and pathophysiology of mesenteric vascular disease
    Clinical evaluation and treatment of mesenteric vascular disease
    Vasculogenic erectile dysfunction
    Epidemiology of cerebrovascular disease
    Clinical presentation and diagnosis of cerebrovascular disease
    Prevention and treatment of stroke
    Carotid artery revascularization
    Pathophysiology, clinical evaluation, and medical management of aortic dissection
    Surgical therapy for aortic dissection
    Endovascular therapy for aortic dissection
    Epidemiology and prognosis of aortic aneurysms
    Clinical evaluation of aortic aneurysms
    Surgical treatment of abdominal aortic aneurysms
    Endovascular therapy for abdominal aortic aneurysm
    Overview of vasculitis
    Large vessel vasculitis
    Medium and small vessel vasculitis
    Thromboangiitis obliterans (Buerger disease)
    Kawasaki disease
    Acute arterial occlusion
    Atheroembolism
    Raynaud phenomenon
    Acrocyanosis
    Erythromelalgia
    Pernio (chilblains)
    Epidemiology of venous thromboembolic disease
    Clinical evaluation of venous thromboembolism
    Management of venous thromboembolism
    Varicose veins
    Chronic venous insufficiency
    Pulmonary arterial hypertension
    Pulmonary hypertension in patients with nonpulmonary arterial hypertension
    Diseases of the lymphatic circulation
    Fibromuscular dysplasia
    Vascular infections
    Dermatological manifestations of vascular disease
    Lower extremity ulceration
    Vascular trauma
    Vascular compression syndromes
    Peripheral vascular anomalies, malformations, and vascular tumors.
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    edited by Domenico Ribatti.
    Contents:
    The development of the vascular system : a historical overview / Dominico Ribatti, Beatrice Nico, and Enrico Crivellato
    The corneal pocket assay / Marina Ziche and Lucia Morbidelli
    The mouse hindbrain : an in vivo model to analyze developmental angiogenesis / Alice Plein, Christiana Ruhrberg, and Alessandro Fantin
    Three-dimensional in vitro assay of endothelial cell invasion and capillary tube morphogenesis / Lauar di Blasio, Federico Bussolino, and Luca Primo
    Vascular casting for the study of vascular morphogenesis / Maximilian Ackermann and Moritz A. Konerding
    Cell-based computational modeling of vascular morphogenesis using Tissue Simulation Toolkit / Josephine T. Daub and Roeland M.H. Merks
    miRNAs expression profile in zebrafish developing vessels / Emma Ristori and Stefania Nicoli
    Imaging of cardiovascular development in mammalian embryos using optical coherence tomography / Monica D. Garcia ... [and 3 others]
    Live confocal microscopy of the developing mouse embryonic yolk sac vasculature / Andrew L. Lopez III ... [and 3 others]
    Zebrafish embryo intersegmental vesssels : a tool for investigating sprouting angiogenesis / Chiara Tobia ... [and 3 others]
    Avian area vasculosa and CAM as rapid in vivo pro-angiogenic and antiangiogenic models / Andrew N. Makanya ... [and 3 others]
    Investigating in vitro angiogenesis by computer-assisted image analysis and computational simulation / Diego Guidolin ... [and 3 others]
    A chimeric embryoid body model to study vascular morphogenesis / Yanmei Qi ... [and 4 others]
    Avians as a model system of vascular development / Michael Bressan and Takashi Mikawa
    Microfluidic model of angiogenic sprouting / Jonathan W. Song, Despina Bazou, and Lance L. Munn
    The rat aortic ring model of angiogenesis / Alfred C. Aplin and Roberto F. Nicosia
    The coculture organotypic assay of angiogenesis / Jennifer L. Allen and Harry Mellor.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
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    Hardik P. Amin, Joseph L. Schindler editors.
    Contents:
    1. How to prepare for the exam
    2. Initial stroke evaluation
    3. Vascular neuroanatomy
    4. Stroke syndromes
    5. Epidemiology and risk factors
    6. Stroke pathophysiology
    7. Classifications of stroke
    8. Stroke treatment and management
    9. Clinical cardiology
    10. Genetic stroke syndromes
    11. Special populations
    12. Special systems
    13. Intracranial hemorrhage
    14. Vascular malformations
    15. Hematologic disorders
    16. Neuroradiology
    17. Vascular cognitive disorders
    18. Stroke rehab
    19. Pharmacology
    20. Stroke systems of care
    Index.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
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    Hardik P. Amin, Joseph L. Schindler, editors.
    Springer Nature eBook.
    Summary: This book provides a concise review for practitioners in preparation for the Vascular Neurology Boards including the Maintenance of Certification exam. A valuable second edition, expertly written text is supplemented with new treatment paradigms as well as new and updated trial results. Beginning with a general overview on how to prepare for the exam, this practical guide emphasizes clinically relevant scientific principles that must be mastered by the stroke clinician. Subsequent chapters examine specific epidemiological risk factors that can cause strokes, and discuss stroke pathophysiology, classification, and vascular neuroanatomy. Further subject analysis extends to specific demographics who are genetically predisposed to experiencing a stroke, including those with comorbidities and preexisting conditions. Closing chapters then focus on systems of treatment, such as stroke rehab, pharmacology, and various systems of care. Vascular Neurology Board Review, Second Edition, is not only written to act as a guide for the neurology resident and fellow, but also as a useful framework for non-neurologists.

    Contents:
    Chapter 1. How to Prepare for the Exam
    Chapter 2: Initial Stroke Evaluation
    Chapter 3: Vascular Neuroanatomy
    Chapter 4: Stroke Syndromes
    Chapter 5: Epidemiology & Risk Factors
    Chapter 6: Stroke Pathophysiology
    Chapter 7: Classification of Stroke
    Chapter 8: Stroke Treatment, Early Management and Secondary Prevention
    Chapter 9: Clinical Cardiology
    Chapter 10: Genetic Stroke Syndromes
    Chapter 11: Special Populations
    Chapter 12: Complications of Stroke
    Chapter 13: Intra-cranial Hemorrhage
    Chapter 14: Vascular Malformations of the Brain and Spine
    Chapter 15: Hematologic Disorders
    Chapter 16: Neuro -Radiology
    Chapter 17: Vascular Cognitive Disorders
    Chapter 18: Stroke Rehab
    Chapter 19: Pharmacology
    Chapter 20: Stroke Systems of Care
    Chapter 21. Peri-Operative Stroke.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
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    Samer S. Hoz.
    Summary: This book is a guide dedicated to vascular pathologies affecting the central nervous system. It uses a multiple-choice format with more than 340 genuine MCQs in a convenient format that is ideal for self-study. Seven chapters provide comprehensive coverage of core concepts in vascular neurosurgery. The questions are structured and organized so as to offer a step-by-step description of each disease, from the definition, related anatomy, pathology, clinical features, radiology to surgical decisions and operative tricks. Answers and explanations appear directly below the questions to make reading easy. This book is essential for residents across neurosurgical disciplines as it includes most of the neurovascular information neurosurgical residents need to prepare for their certification exam. It is also beneficial for those seeking a refresher or for those preparing for certification maintenance.

    Contents:
    Intracranial Aneurysm
    Arterio-Venous Malformations
    Dural ArterioVenous Fistula and Carotid-Cavernous Fistula
    Cavernoma and other malformations
    Vein of Galen Malformations.-MoyaMoya Disease
    Spinal Vascular Malformations.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
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    Jamal J. Hoballah, Carlos F. Bechara, editors.
    Summary: When the first edition of Vascular Reconstructions was published almost twenty years ago, endovascular surgery was still in its infancy. Endovascular approaches became the preferred initial intervention for many vascular pathologies resulting in a major decrease in open vascular surgical procedures. In order to build upon changes in the management of vascular pathology over the past two decades, this second edition of Vascular Reconstructions was conceived. The first part starts with a review of commonly used vascular instruments and an overview of grafts and sutures used in vascular reconstructions. A detailed chapter on vascular anatomy and exposures is provided to serve as a quick reference before starting a vascular procedure. The remaining chapters in the first part of this book review the basic steps usually performed before and after constructing a vascular anastomosis in addition to thrombectomy and endarterectomy. The second part of this book focuses on the various methods used to conduct a vascular reconstruction, which include primary closure, closure with a patch angioplasty, end-to-end, end-to-side, and side- to-side anastomoses. The various possible modifications used are outlined. The third part of this book reviews the various adjunctive methods used when constructing the proximal or distal anastomoses of an infrainguinal bypass. The fourth part of the book reviews the various modifications that are carried out when constructing the proximal and distal anastomoses of an aortic occlusive or aneurysmal pathology. The vascular anastomoses workshop that inspired the conception of this book is included as an appendix. The fifth part focuses on endovascular therapy and imaging. Vascular Reconstructions: Anatomy, Exposures, and Techniques 2nd Edition aims to make the vascular rotation a pleasant experience for surgical residents, the vascular faculty, recent graduates embarking on conducting vascular reconstructions independently, and healthcare providers who wish to be familiar with the various steps involved in conducting a vascular procedure.

    Contents:
    Vascular Instruments
    Vascular Grafts, Patches, and Sutures
    Vascular Anatomy and Exposures
    Basic Steps in Vascular Reconstructions
    Hemostasis
    Thrombectomy-Embolectomy
    Endarterectomy
    Closure of an Arteriotomy
    End-to-Side Anastomosis
    End-to-End Anastomosis
    Side-to-Side Anastomosis
    Adjunctive Techniques: Proximal Anastomosis of an Infrainguinal Bypass
    Adjunctive Techniques: Distal Anastomosis of an Infrainguinal Prosthetic Bypass
    Infrarenal Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Replacement: Proximal Anastomosis
    Thoracoabdominal Aortic Aneurysm Replacement: Proximal Anastomosis
    Pelvic Revascularization During Aortic Reconstruction
    Inferior Mesenteric Artery (IMA) Reimplantation, Handling of Left Renal Vein
    Coverage of Abdominal Aortic Grafts
    Basic Angiography: Radiation Safety, Power Injector Use, and Image Intensifier Positioning
    General Considerations for Endovascular Access
    Wires, Sheaths, and Catheters
    Balloons: Plain, Drug-coated, and Cutting
    Endovascular Stenting
    Adjunctive Endovascular Tools
    The Use of Preoperative Imaging for Planning Endovascular and Hybrid Procedures
    Aortoiliac Occlusive Disease: Endovascular Management
    Peripheral Vascular Disease II: Infrainguinal Disease and Atherectomy
    Renal Artery and Visceral Artery Endovascular Interventions
    Endovascular Treatment of Carotid and Subclavian Artery Stenosis
    Endovascular Aortic Repair (EVAR and TEVAR)
    Endovascular Therapy for Thoracic Aortic Dissection and Intramural Hematoma
    Fenestrated and Branched Endografts
    Deep Vein Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolus Thrombolysis and Endovascular Treatment
    Great Saphenous Vein Endovenous Treatment
    IVC Filter Placement and Removal
    Miscellaneous Helpful Techniques.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
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    Alan Dardik, editor.
    Summary: Vascular Surgery: A Global Perspective provides the first review and comparison of the diversity of vascular surgery practice around the world. The book is grouped according to common vascular diseases such as aneurysmal and occlusive arterial disease, as well as venous and lymphatic disease and dialysis access. Each major disease topic includes multiple chapters written by expert specialists from around the world, each discussing their local approach to the disease and its treatment. Similarly, the status of vascular surgery practice is addressed, including discussion of the influence of payment systems on practice, patient access to the internet for information, training paradigms, and the legal system including malpractice. This textbook provides the first worldwide summary of the care of patients with vascular disease and will be of interest to a wide audience including vascular surgeons, vascular medical specialists, cardiologists, radiologists, internists, and family practice physicians.

    Contents:
    Aneurysms in North America
    Aneurysms in South America
    Aneurysms in Asia
    Aneurysms in Europe
    Aneurysms in the Middle East
    Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease in North America
    Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease in South America
    Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease in Asia
    Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease in Europe
    Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease in the Middle East
    Carotid Disease in North America
    Carotid Disease in South America
    Carotid Disease in Asia
    Carotid Disease in Europe
    Carotid Disease in the Middle East
    Access for Hemodialysis in North America
    Access for Hemodialysis in South America
    Access for Hemodialysis in Asia
    Access for Hemodialysis in Europe
    Access for Hemodialysis in the Middle East
    Venous Disease in North America
    Venous Disease in South America
    Venous Disease in Asia
    Venous Disease in Europe
    Venous Disease in the Middle East.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
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    edited by R. Clement Darling III, C. Keith Ozaki.
    Contents:
    Resection of carotid artery aneurysms / Brandon W. Propper and Christopher J. Abularrage
    Carotid endarterectomy: conventional and eversion / R. Clement Darling III and W. John Byrne
    Carotid subclavian reconstructions / Mark D. Morasch
    Vertebral artery reconstruction / Enrique Criado
    Carotid bypass / W. John Byrne and Nishan Dadian
    Brachial artery embolectomy / Chinenye Iwuchukwu and Vivian Gahtan
    Distal upper extremity revascularization (brachial to radial/ulnar/hand bypass) / Philip S.K. Paty and Benjamin B. Chang
    Open thoracoabdominal aneurysm repair / Ralph Bolman and Tsuyoshi Kaneko
    Open repair of Type B dissection / Paul R. Crisostomo and Jae S. Cho
    Thoracobifem for occlusive disease / Vikram Kashyap and Nathaniel Liu
    Visceral aortic endarterectomy / Timur P. Sarac
    Antegrade aorto-SMA and celiac artery bypass / William J. Quinones-Baldrich
    Retrograde ilio-SMA and celiac bypass / James McPhee and Thomas N. Carruthers
    SMA embolectomy / W. Charles Sternbergh and Hernan Bazan
    Open repair of renal artery aneurysm / Paul B. Kreienberg and Jason Comeau
    Type IV thoracoabdominal aneurysm repair / Mark Conrad
    Division of the crus and celiac artery reconstruction for celiac artery compression syndrome / Glen Roseborough. Aortic repair for juxtarenal and suprarenal aneurysms / Richard Cambria and V. Patel
    Aortofemoral bypass for occlusive disease: end-to-end and end-to-side / Daniel B. Walsh and David H. Stone
    Transaortic endarterectomy / Margaret C. Tracci, Kenneth J. Cherry, and Gilbert R. Upchurch, Jr.
    Iliofemoral reconstruction : ipsilateral and crossover / Richard F. Neville and Bao Nguyen
    Fermoral-femoral bypass / Amy B. Reed
    Femoral endarterectomy with profundaplasty / Michael Belkin and James T. McPhee
    Fermoropopliteal bypass using prosthetic and vein / Neal Barshes
    Femoral distal bypass using the in situ and reversed vein / Scott G. Prushik and Frank B. Pomposelli
    Exposure of tibial vessels: anterior tibial, posterior tibial, peroneal, from both medial and lateral approaches / Michael S. Conte and Shant Vartanian
    Plantar and tarsal artery reconstructions / Enrico Ascher, Anil Hingorani, Natalie Marks, and Frank J. Veith
    Technique of carotid artery stenting / Piotr Sobieszczyk
    TEVAR for thoracoabdominal aneurysm repair / Gustavo S. Oderich and Tiziano Tallarita
    TEVAR for acute and chronic aortic dissection / Joseph Lombardi and Carlos A. Neves
    EVAR for traumatic aortic injuries / S. Bahimi
    EVAR for infrarenal abdominal aortic aneurysm repari / Jeffrey C. Hnath
    Endovascular repair of thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysms / W. Anthony Lee
    Endovascular repair of juxtarenal aneurysms / John C. McCallum, Matthew J. Alef, and Marc L. Schermerhorn
    Renal artery stenting for renovascular hypertension / Matthew J. Dougherty
    SMA and visceral artery stenting / Hari Ramachandran Kumar and Mark K. Eskandari
    Endovascular treatment of aortoiliac disease / Sean P. Lyden and David M. Hardy
    Endovascular treatment of the SMA (angioplasty & stent, subintimal angioplasty, atherectomy) / George H. Meier
    Endovascular treatment of tibial vessels / Charlie C. Cheng, Faisal Z. Cheema, Grant T. Fankhauser, and Michael B. Silva, Jr.
    Translumbar approach for coiling of Type II endoleaks / Courtney J. Warner, Claire L. Griffin, and Eva M. Rzucidlo.
    Digital Access LWW Health Library 2016
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    edited by R. Clement Darling III, MD, Professor of Surgery, Albany Medical College, Chief, Division of Vascular Surgery, Albany Medical Center Hospital, Director, The Institute for Vascular Health and Disease, President, The Vascular Group, Albany, New York, C. Keith Ozaki, MD, John A. Mannick Professor of Surgery, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts ; illustrations by: Body Scientific International, LLC., Anne Rains, Arains Illustration, Inc.
    Contents:
    Proximal debranching using the ascending aorta for bypasses to carotid, innominate, and subclavian arteries with endovascular repair of thoracic and arch aneurysms / Mark A. Farber and Jason Crowner
    Visceral debranching with repair of descending thoracic and visceral aortic aneurysm / S.W. Ham, M. Sigman, and Fred Weaver
    Combined iliac stent with femoral endarterectomy / Richard J. Powell
    Combined iliac stenting and fem-fem bypass / William C. Pevec
    Retrograde SMA angioplasty and stenting in patients with acute intestinal ischemia / Mark C. Wyers
    Endovascular composite sequential bypass using covered SFA graft and vein bypass for distal reconstruction / Mark Patterson
    Central venous dilatation and stenting / Murray L. Shames and Alexis Powell
    Treatment of superior vena cava syndrome and central stenosis / Peter Gloviczki and Sameh Said
    Placement of IVC filter and removal of retrievable filters / Roan J. Glocker and Marc A. Passman
    Lysis for iliofemoral DVT / Omar Al-Nouri and Bernadette Aulivola
    Endovascular interventions for Paget-Schroetter/venous thoracic outlet syndrome / Mitchell W. Cox and Cynthia K. Shortell
    Endovascular treatment for May-Thurner syndrome / Philip P. Goodney and Courtney J. Warner
    Endovascular treatment for pelvic congestion syndrome / Carl M. Black and Ellen D. Dillavou
    Saphenous vein ablation and stab phlebectomy / Kathleen J. Ozsvath and Stephanie S. Saltzberg
    Vena cava resection for renal cell carcinoma / R. Clement Darling III, Chin Chin Yeh, and John B. Taggert. Upper extremity permanent hemodialysis access placement / William Jennings, Alexandros Mallios, and John Blebea
    Lower extremity permanent hemodialysis access placement / Paul B. Kreienberg
    Peritoneal dialysis access placement / Claudie Sheahan, Bruce Torrance, and Malachi G. Sheahan
    Procedures for hemodialysis access steal syndrome / Karen J. Ho and Haimanot Wasse
    Hemodialysis access maintenance and salvage / Dirk M. Hentschel
    Supraclavicular/infraclavicular / Louis L. Nguyen
    Thoracic outlet procedures: transaxillary approach / Dean J. Arnaoutakis and Julie A. Freischlag
    Drainage and debridement of foot infections / Neal R. Barshes
    Digital and metatarsal ampurtations of the forefoot / Nicholas A. Giovinco, David G. Armstrong, and Joseph L. Mills
    Syme and Lisfranc disarticulations / Christopher P. Chiodo and Jeremy T. Smith
    Ankle disarticulation and circular open (guillotine) below-knee amputation / C. Keith Ozaki
    Closed below-knee amputation / Jonathan D. Gates
    Knee disarticulation / Marcus Semel
    Above knee amputation / Jacob Bray and Malachi G. Sheahan
    Hip disarticulation / I. Koleilat and A. Nigam.
    Digital Access LWW Health Library 2016
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    Antonio Eduardo Zerati, Kenji Nishinari, Nelson Wolosker, editors.
    Summary: Circulatory conditions are involved both in the oncologic disease itself and in its treatment, with a direct impact on therapeutic planning for patients. At the same time, it goes without saying that cancer and its treatment affect the circulatory system, be it arterial, venous or lymphatic. This book explores the interface between vascular surgery and the various clinical and surgical oncological specialties, highlighting which types of neoplasm are most common and focusing on those that more frequently cause or are influenced by vascular diseases. The diagnostic procedures for these tumors and the most suitable types of treatment are also discussed. The content is divided into three sections: I -- Surgical Oncology, II --Clinical Oncology and Oncohematology, and III -- Vascular and Endovascular Surgery. The first section presents the most common types of tumor in each surgical oncology specialty, and the most frequent tumors associated with vascular complications. The diagnosis, staging, prognosis and oncological treatments are discussed, while associated vascular complications, such as vascular invasion, venous thrombosis, and arterial thrombosis, are described. The second section focuses on general aspects of Clinical Oncology and Oncohematology in addition to the most frequent vascular complications related to solid and hematological cancers and its treatment (chemotherapy, radiotherapy, bone marrow transplantation). The third section includes a more detailed approach to vascular events and diseases commonly found in cancer patients, in addition to technical discussions regarding vascular reconstructions associated with tumor resection, vascular access, among other topics. At the end of each chapter, the editors comment and highlight the most important challenges for vascular surgeons who dedicate their lives to treating cancer patients. Given its scope, the book offers a valuable resource for medical specialists and professionals in training in the fields of vascular surgery and angiology, clinical oncology, oncohematology and surgical oncology.

    Contents:
    Head and Neck Surgery
    Thoracic Surgery
    Gastrointestinal Surgery
    Urology
    Gynecology / Mastology
    Orthopedics
    Retroperitoneal Tumors
    Neurosurgery
    Clinical Oncology
    Oncohematology
    VTE and Cancer
    Endovascular Procedures in Cancer Patients
    Lymphatic Disorders in Oncological Patients
    Vascular Access.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
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    Claudia Rumwell, Michalene McPharlin.
    Contents:
    Part I: Arterial evaluation. Gross anatomy of the central and peripheral arterial systems
    Physiology and fluid dynamics
    Testing considerations, patient history, mechanisms of disease, and physical examination
    Doppler waveform analysis in the upper and lower extremities
    Doppler segmental pressures: lower extremities
    Doppler segmental pressures: upper extremities
    Laser Doppler
    Penile pressures and waveforms: duplex/color flow imaging evaluation
    Plethysmography: upper and lower extremities
    Digital pressures and plethysmography
    Transcutaneous oximetry (TcPO2)
    Duplex scanning and color flow imaging of the upper extremities
    Duplex scanning and color flow imaging of the lower extremities
    Duplex scanning and color flow imaging of the abdominal vessels
    Preoperative mapping procedures
    Atypical vascular disorders
    Alternative diagnostic tests and therapeutic interventions
    Part II: Cerebrovascular evaluation. Gross anatomy, physiology, and fluid dynamics
    Testing considerations, patient history, mechanisms of disease, and physical examination
    Carotid duplex scanning and color flow imaging
    Transcranial Doppler (TCD)
    Atypical vascular disorders
    Alternative diagnostic tests and therapeutic interventions
    Part III: Venous evaluation. Gross anatomy of the central and peripheral venous systems
    Venous hemodynamics
    Testing considerations, patient history, mechanisms of disease, and physical examination
    Venous photoplethysmography
    Venous air plethysmography
    Continuous-wave doppler
    Duplex scanning and color flow imaging in venous evaluation
    Alternative diagnostic tests
    Medical therapies
    Surgical and endovascular therapies and other treatment options
    Part IV: Test validation, statistics, and patient safety. Statistical profile and correlation
    Patient care and environmental issues.
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    Paula E. North, Tara Sander, editors.
    Contents:
    Histopathology and Pathogenesis of Vascular Tumors and Malformations
    Vascular Overgrowth
    Vasculogenesis and Angiogenesis
    The Genetic Basis and Molecular Diagnosis of Vascular Tumors and Developmental Malformations
    Clinical Management and Treatment of Vascular Tumors.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
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    Kubale, Reinhard; Stiegler, Hubert; Weskott, Hans-Peter.
    Summary: An interdisciplinary guide to vascular color flow imaging and CEUS organized by anatomic region The indications for vascular color duplex sonography (CDS) have expanded in recent years due to the availability of power Doppler, B-flow, ultrasound contrast agents, 3D reconstruction techniques, and fusion with other imaging modalities. CDS enables close-interval follow-ups after interventional procedures with improved prognoses. Edited by Reinhard Kubale, Hube.

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    Vascular Ultrasound
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    Preface
    Contributors
    Part I Basic Principles
    Chapter 1 Principles of Physics and Technology in Diagnostic Ultrasound
    1.1 Introduction
    1.2 Overview of Ultrasound Techniques
    1.2.1 A-Mode
    1.2.2 B-Mode
    1.2.3 M-Mode
    1.2.4 Color Duplex Sonography (CDS)
    1.2.5 Power Doppler
    1.2.6 Tissue Doppler
    1.2.7 B-Flow
    1.2.8 Color M-Mode
    1.2.9 Doppler Spectral Analysis
    1.2.10 Three-Dimensional Ultrasound Techniques
    1.2.11 (Tissue) Harmonic Imaging 1.3 General Physical Properties
    1.4 Formation of the Ultrasound Image
    1.4.1 Frame Rate, Pulse Repetition Frequency, Penetration Depth, and Number (Density) of Scan Lines
    1.5 Transducers
    1.5.1 Transducer "Frequency"
    1.6 The Doppler Effect
    1.6.1 Problem of Pulsed Sampling-Aliasing
    1.7 Components of an Ultrasound System
    1.7.1 Interpretation of Color Duplex Images
    1.8 Innovations
    1.8.1 Harmonic Imaging
    1.8.2 Tissue Doppler
    1.8.3 Power Doppler
    1.8.4 Real-Time Compound B-Mode
    1.8.5 Spatial Compound Imaging
    1.8.6 Elastography
    1.8.7 PlaneWave Imaging 1.9 Documentation
    Chapter 2 Ultrasound Device Settings, Examination Technique, and Artifacts
    2.1 Introduction
    2.1.1 Color Flow Imaging (CFI)
    2.2 Transducer Selection and Instrument Settings
    2.2.1 Prerequisites
    2.2.2 Transducer Selection
    2.2.3 Transducers
    2.2.4 Optimizing the Image with Operator-Controlled Settings
    2.3 Examination Technique, Limitations, and Artifacts
    2.3.1 Examination Protocol
    2.3.2 Limitations and Artifacts
    2.4 Effect of Imaging Technique on Spatial Resolution and Lesion Detectability
    Chapter 3 Hemodynamics
    3.1 Introduction 3.2 Flow Characteristics in Steady Volume Flow
    3.2.1 Shear Rate
    3.2.2 Flow Resistance, Hagen-Poiseuille Law
    3.2.3 Fahraeus-Lindqvist Effect, Apparent Viscosity, and Axial Migration
    3.3 Flow Characteristics in Straight Vessels of Constant Cross Section
    3.3.1 Reynolds Number as the Determinant of Laminar or Turbulent Flow
    3.4 Flow Characteristics in Vessels of Variable Cross Section
    3.4.1 Bernoulli Principle
    3.4.2 Flow Profile at Constrictions and Expansions
    3.4.3 Flow Separation, Separation Zones, and Turbulent Zones
    3.5 Characteristics of Pulsatile Volume Flow 3.5.1 Velocity Profile of Pulsatile Flow
    3.5.2 Approach to the Flow Complexity
    3.5.3 Waveforms of Pulsatile Flow/Helical Flow
    3.6 Blood Flow through Stenoses
    3.6.1 Relationship between Vessel Cross Section and Flow Velocity
    3.6.2 Quantification of Stenosis
    3.6.3 Intra- and Poststenotic Flow Changes
    3.6.4 Hemodynamic Significance
    3.7 Evaluation of Stenoses by Color Duplex Imaging
    3.7.1 Criteria for Vascular Findings
    3.7.2 Instrument Settings
    3.7.3 Envelope Curves of Doppler Spectrum
    3.7.4 Spectral Window in Doppler Frequency Analysis
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    Walter Grand, L. Nelson Hopkins, Adnan Siddiqui, J. Mocco.
    Contents:
    Basic anatomy
    External carotid artery
    Internal carotid artery
    Carotid-ophthalmic triangle
    Posterior communicating artery and anterior choroidal artery
    Middle cerebral artery
    Anterior cerebral and anterior communicating arteries
    Basilar bifurcation and posterior cerebral arteries
    Vertebral and basilar arteries
    Venous anatomy.
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    Richard A. Watts, David G.I. Scott, Chetan Mukhtyar.
    Summary: In this second edition, the authors discuss the newly discovered entity of IgG4 related diseases, look in greater detail at the role of biologic treatment in ANCA associated vasculitis, and have revised the nomenclature in each chapter to reflect international consensus. The addition of illustrations as well as online video content helps the reader manage patients with these potentially devastating conditions. Vasculitis in Clinical Practice, Second Edition, is a useful and concise volume that will help physicians in training, primary care physicians and nurse practitioners in quickly and easily recognizing the key and salient points of each condition.

    Contents:
    Part 1. Introduction
    1. Definitions
    2. Classification and Epidemiology
    3. General Presentation of the Vasculitides
    4. General Principles of Treatment
    Part 2. Features of Individual Diseases
    5. Giant Cell Arteritis
    6. Takayasu Arteritis
    7. Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis
    GPA (Wegeners)
    8. Eosinophilia with Granulomatosis and Polyangiitis- EGPA (Churg?Strauss Syndrome)
    9. Microscopic Polyangiitis
    10. Polyarteritis Nodosa
    11. Kawasaki Disease
    12. IgA Vasculitis
    13. Behçet?s Disease
    14. Cryoglobulinemic Vasculitis
    15. Vasculitis Mimics
    16. Secondary Vasculitis
    17. Primary Angiitis of the Central Nervous System Vasculitis
    18. Relapsing Polychondritis
    19. Cogan's Syndrome
    20. IgG4 Related Disease.
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    Paulo Roberto Barbosa Evora, Andrea Carla Celotto, Agnes Afrodite Sumarelli Albuquerque, Patricia Martinez Évora.
    Summary: This unique work presents one of the most significant organ failure condition--cardiocirculatory shock--and the prominent role of Methylene Blue (MB). Through their extensive experience, the authors consider that the lifesaving feature of MB is still underestimated. For this reason they outline key concepts of MB, mentioning essential experimental data, yet focusing mainly on its application in the care of critically ill patients. In an easy-to-read format, the 18 chapters were organized in a didactically structured order, distributed in four parts. The first part introduces the general conceptual aspects and physiology of the endothelium. The second part presents the particularities of endothelial dysfunction in different types of shock. Methylene blue is discussed in detail in the third part. In the fourth part, particular situations of endothelial dysfunction, such as heart surgery and organ transplantation, are described. Additionally, the two complementary subjects of acid-base balance and the therapeutic use of inhaled nitric oxide are mentioned. Finally, looking for therapeutic alternatives for what we classify as "vasoplegic endothelial dysfunction", MB remains promising as an adjuvant to sympathomimetic amines. The combination of three recently proposed concepts may be useful in obtaining better results against the high mortality rates in critically ill patients. These three concepts are "wide-spectrum vasopressors", vasopressor economy strategies, and microcirculation protection against the harmful effects of using high concentrations of amines. This book's translational approach will appeal to a variety of readers within the health specialties of medicine, biomedicine, physiotherapy, nursing, odontology, and basic science.

    Contents:
    Part I - General Conceptual Aspects
    Introduction
    Physiology of the Endothelium
    PART 2 PARTICULARITIES OF ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION IN DIFFERENT TYPES OF SHOCK
    Circulatory Shock: A Conceptual and Practical Approach
    Circulatory Shock, Ischemia Reperfusion Injury, Inflammatory Response Syndrome (SIRS) and Multiple Organ Failure
    Endothelial Dysfunction in Hemorrhagic Shock
    Endothelial Dysfunction in Cardiogenic Shock
    Endothelial Dysfunction in Distributive Shock
    PART 3 METHYLENE BLUE
    Methylene blue
    The Inhibition of Guanylate Cyclase by Methylene Blue as Therapeutic Proposal for Vasoplegia Associated with Shock
    Methylene Blue in the Treatment of Anaphylaxis
    Methylene Blue in Children and Neonates
    Methylene Blue and Burns
    Cardiac arrest and neuroprotection by methylene blue
    Methylene Blue and Endocarditis
    PART 4 ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION IN SPECIFIC SITUATIONS
    Vasoplegic syndrome in heart surgery
    Vasoplegic Endothelial Dysfunction In Orthotopic Liver Transplantation
    Acid-base Balance
    The therapeutic use of inhaled nitric oxide.
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    Paolo Alboni, Raffaello Furlan, editors.
    Summary: This book is exceptional in being devoted solely to vasovagal syncope (VVS), the most frequent cause of transient loss of consciousness in the general population. All aspects of VVS are covered, including epidemiology, pathophysiology, diagnosis and differential diagnosis, prognosis, therapy and implications for particular activities such as work, driving and physical activity. The context for the book is that about half of the population suffer from this type of loss of consciousness during their lifetime and then often call for general practitioner and/or emergency room assistance. While many pathophysiological aspects of VVS have been clarified, others remain elusive. The diagnosis of VVS may be easy, but it is sometimes challenging. From the therapeutic standpoint, few evidence-based therapies have been established and the large majority of treatments remain unsatisfactory. Vasovagal Syncope presents the latest evidence on all these issues and will be of value for internists, cardiologists, neurologists, emergency physicians and general practitioners.

    Contents:
    1. Origin and evolution of the vasovagal reflex
    2. Vasovagal syncope in the Divine Comedy and the Holy Bible
    3. Definition and classification of transient loss of consciousness
    4. Epidemiology of vasovagal syncope
    5. Role of autonomic nervous system
    6. Role of baroreceptor mechanisms
    7. Role of adenosine
    8. Cardiac rhythms in neurally mediated syncope
    9. Pathophysiology: Conclusive remarks
    10. Initial evaluation of the patient with transient loss of consciousness
    11. Clinical presentation and diagnosis of vasovagal syncope
    12. Examinations in suspected vasovagal syncope
    13. Differential diagnosis of vasovagal syncope
    14. Differential diagnosis of peculiar sindromes: Postural tachycardia
    15 Differential diagnosis of peculiar sindromes: Sick sinus syndrome
    16 Differential diagnosis of peculiar sindromes: Chronic fatigue syndrome
    17 Differential diagnosis of peculiar sindromes: Fibromyalgia
    PART V ? PROGNOSIS AND TREATMENT 18 Prognosis of vasovagal syncope and risk stratification in the emergency department
    19 Treatment of vasovagal syncope: Counseling, drugs and counter-pressure manoeuvres
    20 Role of loop-recorder and pacemaker implantation
    21 Therapy ? Conclusive remarks
    PART VI ? SPECIAL ISSUES
    22 Vasovagal syncope in children
    23 Vasovagal syncope in the elderly
    24 Vasovagal syncope during driving, working and physical activity
    25 Vasovagal syncope and orthostatic intolerance after space flight
    26 Vasovagal syncope and sudden death: is there a liaison?.
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    Asbury, Taylor; Augsburger, James J.; Cunningham, Emmett T.; Riordan-Eva, Paul; Vaughan, Daniel; Whitcher, John.
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    Dilfuza Egamberdieva, Münir Öztürk, editors.
    Summary: Central Asia is a large and understudied region of varied geography, ranging from the high passes and mountains of Tian Shan, to the vast deserts of Kyzyl Kum, Taklamakan to the grassy treeles steppes. This region is faced with adverse conditions, as much of the land is too dry or rugged for farming. Additionally, the rich specific and intraspecific diversity of fruit trees and medicinal plants is threatened by overgrazing, oil and mineral extraction, and poaching. Countless species from the approximately 20 ecosystems and 6000 plant taxa are now rare and endangered. Traditional vegetation studies in this region are far from adequate to handle complex issues such as soil mass movement, soil sodicity and salinity, biodiversity conservation, and grazing management. However, data analysis using a Geographical Information System (GIS) tool provides new insights into the vegetation of this region and opens up new opportunities for long-term sustainable management. While vegetation planning can occur at a property scale, it is often necessary for certain factors, such as salinity, to be dealt with on a regional scale to ensure their effective management. GIS increases the effectiveness and accuracy of vegetation planning in a region. Such regional planning will also greatly increases biodiversity values. This book systematically explores these issues and discuses new applications and approaches for overcoming these issues, including the application of GIS techniques for sustainable management and planning. Professional researchers as well as students and teachers of agriculture and ecology will find this volume to be an integral resource for studying the vegetation of Central Asia.

    Contents:
    Intro; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; Contributors; About the Editors;
    Chapter 1: Spatiotemporal Assessment of Vegetation Trends in the Post-Soviet Central Asia; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Study Area; 1.3 Methods; 1.3.1 Satellite Data Processing; 1.3.2 Derivation of Seasonal Vegetation Metrics from NDVI and Climatic Data; 1.3.3 Seasonal Trend Analysis; 1.4 Results and discussion; 1.4.1 Observations; 1.4.2 Spatial Patterns of Vegetation, Precipitation, and Temperature Trends; 1.5 Conclusions; References 2.2.2.5 Probalistic Methods to Predict and Monitor Further Status of Landscapes (Kriging)2.3 Results; 2.3.1 Long-Term Trends of SPIE Data (1950-2017) for Selected Areas; 2.3.1.1 Uzbekistan; 2.3.1.2 Kazakhstan; 2.3.1.3 Turkmenistan; 2.3.1.4 Tajikistan; 2.3.1.5 Kyrgyzstan; 2.3.2 Summary About Droughts for Central Asia; 2.3.3 Statistical Description of Annual Trend Analysis of Droughts and Their Residuals; 2.3.4 Resilience of Ecosystem and an Assessment of the Consequences of Current Factors for Vegetation Trends; 2.3.5 Ongoing Process and Early Drought Detection with the Kriging Method 2.4 ConclusionReferences;
    Chapter 3: NDVI-Based Monitoring Long-Term Vegetation Change Dynamics in the Drylands of Central Asia; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Study Sites; 3.2.1 Climatic Conditions in Central Asia; 3.2.2 Detailed Information for Selected Eco-regions and Their Land Use and Land Cover Change Data; 3.2.3 Kyzylorda Region-Kazakhstan; 3.2.4 Gorno-Badakhschon Autonomous Region-Tajikistan; 3.2.5 Navoi Region-Uzbekistan; 3.2.6 Jalalabad Region-Kyrgyzstan; 3.2.7 Lebap (Former Chordjou) Region-Turkmenistan; 3.3 Materials and Methods; 3.3.1 Vegetation Datasets; 3.3.1.1 GIMMS 3g 3.3.1.2 Sentinel-NDVI3.3.2 Trend Analysis; 3.3.3 Time Series Decomposition; 3.3.4 Seasonal Mann-Kendall Trend Test; 3.4 Results; 3.4.1 Monitoring NDVI Characteristics and Dynamics for Selected Arid and Humid Regions During 1982-2015 in Central Asia; 3.4.2 Gorno-Badakhschon Autonomous Region-Tajikistan; 3.4.3 Sentinel-2 NDVI Scenes for Efficiency Description of Crop and Shrublands as Examples for Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan; 3.4.4 Decomposition and Seasonal NDVI Accumulation in Selected Provinces of Central Asia; 3.4.5 Kyzylorda Region-Kazakhstan; 3.4.6 Navoi Region-Uzbekistan; 3.4.7 Gorno-Badakhschon Autonomous Region-Tajikistan
    Chapter 2: Drought Variability and Land Degradation in Central Asia: Assessment Using Remote Sensing Data and Drought Indices2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Materials and Methods; 2.2.1 Location; 2.2.1.1 Climatic Parameters and Description.; Precipitation in Central Asia Between 1982 and 2015; 2.2.2 Classification of Targeted Area; 2.2.2.1 Datasets and Methods; 2.2.2.2 Climatic Variables; 2.2.2.3 A Drought Index: The Standardized Precipitation-Evapotranspiration Index (SPEI); 2.2.2.4 Vegetation Indices: Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI)
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    edited by Lorna Fiedler.
    Contents:
    VEGF splicing and the role of VEGF splice variants: From physiological-pathological conditions to specific pre-mRNA splicing
    Detection and quantification of VEGF isoforms by ELISA
    Quantitation of circulating neuropilin-1 in human, monkey, mouse, and rat sera by ELISA
    Detection and quantification of vascular endothelial growth factor receptor tyrosine kinases in primary human endothelial cells
    Induction of VEGF secretion in cardiomyocytes by mechanical stretch
    Chromatin immunoprecipitation assay: Examining the interaction of NFkB with the VEGF promoter
    An overview of vegf-mediated signal transduction
    Identification of receptor tyrosine kinase inhibitors using cell surface biotinylation and affinity isolation
    Analysis of VEGF-mediated ERK5 activity in endothelial cells
    In vitro angiogenesis assays
    Chemotactic migration of endothelial cells towards VEGF-A165
    Vasculogenesis and angiogenesis in VEGF receptor-1 deficient mice
    The embryonic mouse hindbrain and postnatal retina as in vivo models to study angiogenesis
    VEGF gene transfer to the utero-placental circulation of pregnant guinea pigs to enhance fetal growth
    VEGF gene transfer to the utero-placental circulation of pregnant sheep to enhance fetal growth
    Generation of targeted mutations in zebrafish using the CRISPR/cas system.
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    Ajay K. Khanna, Ravul Jindal, editors.
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    Raymond E. Phillips.
    Summary: "Venous insufficiency is a common clinical problem that is often under-diagnosed and under-treated. This book provides the pathophysiology, symptoms, differential diagnosis and step-by-step management of this disorder"-- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    DEFINING THE PROBLEM
    EFFECT OF GRAVITY
    CIRCULATORY SYSTEM
    VALVES IN VEINS
    INJURY OF VENOUS VALVES
    VENOUS VALVULAR REFLUX
    SYMPTOMS
    CLASSIFICATION
    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS
    DIAGNOSTIC TESTING
    APPROACH TO TREATMENT
    ELEVATION
    CALF PUMP
    COMPRESSION WRAP
    COMPRESSION GARMENTS
    INTERMITTENT COMPRESSION
    COMPLICATIONS
    ULCER
    SURGERY
    SPECIAL PEOPLE
    SPECIAL PATIENTS
    HISTORICAL OVERVIEW.
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    [edited by] Laura K. Findeiss.
    Summary: "The diagnosis and interventional management of venous disorders is a truly core area in radiology, representing a significant percentage of the caseload of an interventional radiologist-up to 75% in some institutions. Covering common disorders such as venous ulceration and varicose veins (affecting half of adults over the age of 50) as well as such serious disorders such as thromboembolic disease, this book will present the state of the art in minimally invasive diagnosis and management of these disorders. Highly practical and authoritative, this book will open with sections on epidemiology, anatomy, and the basics of venous access and then will cover the wide range of these disorders, with practical guidelines and case examples"-- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    Venous Anatomy and Physiology and Epidemiology of Venous Disorders / Kathleen Hamrick and Laura K. Findeiss
    Thromboembolism / Matthew Rondina and Hanadi Farrukh
    Cerebral Venous Thrombosis / Nitish Dhingra and Kieran Murphy
    Acute Deep Venous Thrombosis : Sporadic and Compressive / Kyle Cooper, Minhaj S. Khaja, and Bill Majdalany
    Pulmonary Embolism / Akhilesh Sista and Ron Winkour
    Inferior Vena Cava Filters / Robert King and Matthew Johnson
    Chronic Venous Occlusive Disease / Deepak Sudheendra
    Peripheral Venous Insufficiency / Mary Costantino
    Vascular Access / Todd Hoffman, Laura K. Findeiss and Gordon McLennan
    Pelvic and Gonadal Venous Reflux / Douglas A. Murrey, Bill S. Majdalany, and Minhaj S.Khaja
    Portal and Mesenteric Venous Disorders / Hector Ferral and Maria del Pilar Bayona Milano
    Venous Anomalies and Syndromes : Classifications, Evaluation, and treatment / Christopher R. Bailey, Scott R. Shuldiner, and Clifford Weiss.
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    Mieczyslaw Pokorski, editor.
    Contents:
    Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease in Children with Cystic Fibrosis
    Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders and Bruxism
    Absence of Typical Symptoms and Comorbidities in Patients with Central Sleep Apnea
    Causes of Chronic Cough in Non-Smoking Patients
    Diseases of the Upper Respiratory Tract in Preschool and School Age Children in Ambulatory Ear Nose Throat Practice
    Assessment of Air Pollution Effects on the Respiratory System Based on Pulmonary Function Tests Performed during Spirometry Days
    Development and Evaluation of Predictive Models in Tuberculous Pleuritis
    The Influence of Asthma Exacerbations on Health-Related Quality of Life
    Increased Serum IgA in Children with IgA Nephropathy, Severity of Kidney Biopsy Findings and Long-Term Outcomes
    Product Failures in Respirators and Consumables: Analysis of Field Safety Notices of 2005-2013 publicized by the Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices in Germany.
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    Antonio M. Esquinas, Nicola Vargas, editors.
    Summary: This book provides readers with a comprehensive and up-to-date guide to non-invasive mechanical ventilation in palliative medicine, focusing on why and when it may be necessary. Physicians will find a practical guide to this specific context, particularly focused on pulmonary function and physiology in the elderly, and on ventilatory management in surgery and chronic stable conditions. The book provides detailed information on the rationale for invasive and non-invasive ventilation, the different modes of ventilation, indications and contraindications, prognostic factors, and outcomes. It addresses in detail the role of postoperative mechanical ventilation following various forms of surgery, and discusses key aspects of withdrawal from ventilatory support. Attention is also devoted to the use of mechanical ventilation within and beyond the ICU. The concluding part of the book focuses on important topics such as ethics, legal issues, home mechanical ventilation, drug therapy, rehabilitation and end-of-life. Its multidisciplinary approach, bringing together contributions from international experts in different specialties, ensures that the book will be of interest to a broad range of health professionals involved in the management of older patients admitted to the ICU, including intensivists, anesthesiologists, and geriatricians.

    Contents:
    Sus: European and non-European perspectives I. Weaning and Management
    Chapter 23. Weaning Mechanical Ventilation
    Chapter 24. Rehabilitation In Critical Illness And Palliative Care
    Chapter 25. Sedation and Analgesia in Mechanical Ventilation
    Chapter 26. Management Elderly Patients With Acute Neurologic Syndrome (Delirium Agitation)
    Part IX. Discharge and Home Mechanical Ventilation
    Chapter 27. Home Discharge. Planning, Policies And Impact On Hospital Admission And Outcome
    Chapter 28. Home Mechanical Ventilation
    Chapter 29. The Role of Non-Invasive Home Mechanical Ventilation in Elderly Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
    Part X. Ventilatory Management in Outcome
    30. Predictors of Outcome of NIV in Elder, Palliative and End-of-Life Care Patients
    Chapter 31. Prognosis Following Acute Exacerbation of COPD Treated with Non-Invasive Mechanical Ventilation
    Chapter 32. Readmission elderly Critically Patients
    Part XI. Ventilatory Management in End Life Applications
    Chapter 33. End-Of-Life Care Of Patients With Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis
    Chapter 34. Hospital Organizations Management Acute Respiratory Failure
    Chapter 35. Hospital Organizations of ARF in Elderly
    Chapter 36. NIV in Palliative Medicine and End-of-Life Care: The Perspectives of Patients, Families and Clinicians
    Chapter 37. Legal Issues (Surrogacy Laws, Informed Consent)
    Part XII. Ventilatory Management in Palliative Medicine
    Chapter 38. Neuromuscular Patients (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis And Other Condictions)
    Chapter 39. Non-Neuromuscular Patients (Kyphoscoliosis)
    Chapter 40. Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis
    Chapter 41. Respiratory failure and the critically ill cancer patient
    Chapter 42. Recommendations for Noninvasive ventilation on survival and quality of life
    Chapter 43. Quality of life and complications after percutaneous tracheostomy
    Chapter 44. The concept of Quality of Life in Elderly patients and advanced stages
    Chapter 45. Recommandations and consen.
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    Chaitanya Desai, William G. Cotts, Edgar V. Lerma, Michael R. Rudnick, editors.
    Summary: This text serves as a convenient one-stop resource on the pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment of kidney diseases in context of advanced heart failure and presence of ventricular assist devices. Advances in managing heart failure, evidence-based practices and therapies are covered, along with the management of this unique and complex subset of patients. The book also provides insights into combined heart and kidney transplantation. Authored by leaders in nephrology, cardiology and transplantation, this book fills a critical knowledge gap in understanding and treating patients with acute or chronic dysfunction of the heart and kidneys and how one induces dysfunction in the other organ.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
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    Shunei Kyo, editor.
    Summary: This book focuses on how ventricular assist devices (VADs) can help provide destination therapy for patients with terminal heart failure, one of the most serious diseases in the world today because of the tremendous number of patients, the high mortality rate, and the cost of care. One means of providing cardiological support for patients suffering from heart failure is with VADs, and more than 10,000 patients worldwide have now been implanted with these devices. Half of them already have lived more than one year, and 2,000 patients more than two years, after surgery. This improved survival means that we have reached a point where VADs can be used for destination therapy, not just for bridge-to-recovery or bridge-to-transplant. In view of the increasing number of patients with advanced-stage heart failure and the availability and longevity of transplanted hearts, VADs can solve many problems. In addition to providing information about the devices themselves, this book includes vital guidelines on long-term management and support of VAD-implanted patients' everyday lives.

    Contents:
    Chapter 1. Opportunities and Challenges for LVAD Therapy Now and in The Future
    Chapter 2. The State of Ventricular Assist Device Therapy Today
    Chapter 3. Older Destination Therapy Patient Selection
    Chapter 4. The Economics of Long-Term Ventricular Assist Device Therapy for Patients with End Stage Heart Failure
    Chapter 5. Improving Clinical Outcomes: A Targeted Approach
    Chapter 6. Transplant versus VAD: Evolving and Future Perspectives
    Chapter 7. Strategies to Assess and Minimize Right Heart Failure after Left Ventricular Assist Device Implantation
    Chapter 8. Innovation Update.
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    von Erik Lysholm, Bertil Ebenius und Hans Sahlstedt.
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    II.t. Die seitenventrikel.
    III.t. Dritter und vierter ventrikel. --
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    von Erik Lysholm, Bertil Ebenius und Hans Sahlstedt.
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    II.t. Die seitenventrikel.
    III.t. Dritter und vierter ventrikel. --
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    von Prof. Dr. H. Jordan.
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    v. 1. Die Ernährung.
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    chairmen: H. Dennig, H. Lettré ; secretary general: H. P. Kuemmerle ; editors: H. P. Kuemmerle, P. Preziosi ; associate editors: L. Dettli [and others]
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    [edited by] Douglas P. Beall ; associate editors: Allan L. Brook [and 6 others].
    Summary: "Vertebral compression fractures (VCFs) result from trauma or pathologic weakening of the bone and are associated with conditions such as osteoporosis or malignancy. Worldwide, VCFs impact one in three women and one in eight men aged 50 and older, with more than 8.9 million fractures incurred annually. Copublished by Thieme and the Society of Interventional Radiology, Vertebral Augmentation: The Comprehensive Guide to Vertebroplasty, Kyphoplasty, and Implant Augmentation provides a practical, clinical discussion of these minimally invasive spine interventions"-- Provided by publisher.
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    Afshin E. Razi, Stuart H. Hershman, editors.
    Summary: Vertebral compression fractures (VCFs) are the most common type of fracture secondary to osteoporosis. These fractures are associated with significant rates of morbidity and mortality and annual direct medical expenditures of more than $1 billion in the United States. This book presents a concise review of the diagnosis, management and treatment of vertebral compression fractures, discussing best practices for evaluation and radiographic diagnosis of vertebral compression fractures, as well as both non-operative and operative treatment options, including cement augmentation. Opening chapters discuss both normal bone physiology as well as the pathophysiology of osteoporotic bone, and the evaluation and biomechanics of VCF, both osteoporotic and pathologic. Examination, radiography and long-term sequelae of VCF are then presented. The bulk of the remainder of the book focuses on medical, non-operative and operative management strategies, including vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty cement augmentation, management of spinal deformity, VCF adjacent to previous spinal fusion, and sacral insufficiency fractures. A final chapter on future treatment strategies rounds out the presentation. Spinal Compression Fractures in Osteoporotic and Pathologic Bone is ideal for orthopaedic trauma, spine, and neurosurgeons. The book is also intended for endocrinologists, rheumatologists, interventional radiologists, physiatrists, anesthesiologists, primary care physicians, and other practitioners who manage and treat patients with osteoporosis.

    Contents:
    Normal Bone Physiology
    Pathophysiology and Epidemiology of Osteoporosis
    The Economic Burden of Osteoporosis
    Evaluation and Medical Management of Vertebral Osteoporosis
    Preventing the Next Fracture
    Biomechanics of Vertebral Compression Fractures
    Osteoporotic Vertebral Compression Fractures
    Pathologic vertebral compression fractures: diagnosis and management
    History, Physical Exam and Differential Diagnosis of Vertebral Compression Fracture
    Radiographic Diagnosis of Patients with Vertebral Compression Fractures
    Natural History and Long Term Sequelae of Vertebral Compression Fractures
    Medical, Interventional, and Orthotic Management of Osteoporotic Vertebral Compression Fractures
    Outcomes of Non-Operative Management and Vertebral Augmentation of Vertebral Compression Fractures
    Vertebroplasty Cement Augmentation Technique
    Kyphoplasty Cement Augmentation Technique
    Management of Spinal Deformity in the Setting of Osteoporotic Vertebral Compression Fractures
    Operative Treatment of Pathologic Compression Fractures of the Spine
    Osteoporotic Vertebral Compression Fractures Adjacent to Previous Spinal Fusion
    Surgical Strategies In Osteoporotic Bone
    Sacral Insufficiency Fractures
    Future Treatment Strategies.
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    Luigi Manfrè, editor.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
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    Ulrich Hoeger, J. Robin Harris, editors.
    Summary: This book focuses on respiratory proteins, the broad hemoglobin family, as well as the molluscan and arachnid hemocyanins (and their multifunctional roles). Featuring 20 chapters addressing invertebrate and vertebrate respiratory proteins, lipoproteins and other body fluid proteins, and drawing on the editors' extensive research in the field, it is a valuable addition to the Subcellular Biochemistry book series. The book covers a wide range of topics, including lipoprotein structure and lipid transport; diverse annelid, crustacean and insect defense proteins; and insect and vertebrate immune complexes. It also discusses a number of other proteins, such as the hemerythrins; serum albumin; serum amyloid A; von Willebrand factor and its interaction with factor VIII; and C-reactive protein. Given its scope, the book appeals to biologists, biomedical scientists and clinicians, as well as advanced undergraduates and postgraduates in these disciplines. Available as a printed book and also as an e-book and e-chapters, the fascinating material included is easily accessible.

    Contents:
    Chapter 1. Annelid Coelomic Fluid Proteins
    Chapter 2. Crustacean Hemolymph Lipoproteins
    Chapter 3. The Anti-lipopolysaccharide Factors in Crustaceans
    Chapter 4. Insect Defense Proteins and Peptides
    Chapter 5. Insect Hemolymph Immune Complexes
    Chapter 6. Hemoglobin in Arthropods
    Daphnia as a Model
    Chapter 7. Molluscan Hemocyanins
    Chapter 8. Arachnid Hemocyanins
    Chapter 9. Multifunctional Roles of Hemocyanins
    Chapter 10. Recent Insights into the Diversity and Evolution of Invertebrate Hemerythrins and Extracellular Globins
    Chapter 11. Embryonic and Fetal Human Hemoglobins: Structures, Oxygen Binding, and Physiological Roles
    Chapter 12. Sickle Cell Hemoglobin
    Chapter 13. Multiplicity and Polymorphism of Fish Hemoglobins
    Chapter 14. Hemoglobin: Structure, Function and Allostery
    Chapter 15. Serum Albumin, Lipid and Drug Binding
    Chapter 16. High-density Lipoproteins and Apolipoprotein A1
    Chapter 17. Serum Amyloid A (SAA) proteins
    Chapter 18. Physiological Roles of the von Willebrand factor-factor VIII interaction
    Chapter 19. Antigen-Antibody Complexes
    Chapter 20. C-reactive Protein and its Structural Isoforms: An Evolutionary Conserved Marker and Central Player in Inflammatory Diseases and Beyond.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
  • Digital/Print
    Francisco Pelegri, Michael Danilchik, Ann Sutherland, editors.
    Summary: "This book provides a comprehensive overview of topics describing the earliest steps of fertilization, from egg activation and fertilization to the activation of the zygotic genome, in various studied vertebrate model systems. The contribution of maternal and paternal factors and their role in the early embryo as parental DNA becomes modified and embryonic genes become activated is fundamental to the initiation of embryogenesis in all animal systems. It can be argued that this is a unique developmental period, when information from the parents is compressed to direct the development of the body plan of the entire organism, a process of astounding simplicity, elegance and beauty. In addition to their fundamental scientific interest, many frontiers of biomedicine, such as reproductive biology, stem cells and reprogramming, and the understanding of intergenerational diseases, depend on advances in our knowledge of these early processes. Vertebrate Development: Maternal to Zygotic Control brings together chapters from experts in various disciplines describing the latest advances related to this important developmental transition. Each chapter is a synthesis of knowledge relevant to all vertebrates, with details on specific systems as well as comparisons between the various studied vertebrate models. The editorial expertise encompasses the fields of major vertebrate model systems (mammalian, amphibian and teleost) ensuring a balanced approach to various topics. This unique book&with its combination of in-depth and up-to-date basic research, inter-species comprehensiveness and emphasis on the very early stages of animal development&is essential for research scientists studying vertebrate development, as well as being a valuable resource for college educators teaching advanced courses in developmental biology"--Publisher's description.

    Contents:
    Egg activation at fertilization / Zoltan Machaty, Andrew R. Miller, Lu Zhang
    Controlling the messenger: regulated translation of maternal mRNAs in Xenopus laevis development / Michael D. Sheets, Catherine A. Fox, Megan E. Dowdle, Susanne Imboden Blaser [and others]
    Regulation of cell division / Andreas Heim, Beata Rymarczyk, Saurav Malhotra, Thomas U. Mayer
    Vertebrate embryonic cleavage pattern determination / Andrew Hasley, Shawn Chavez, Michael Danilchik, Martin Wühr, Francisco Pelegri
    Localization in oogenesis of maternal regulators of embryonic development / Matias Escobar-Aguirre, Yaniv M. Elkouby, Mary C. Mullins
    Vertebrate axial patterning: from egg to asymmetry / Douglas W. Houston
    Establishment of the vertebrate germ layers / Wei-Chia Tseng, Mumingjiang Munisha, Juan B. Gutierrez, Scott T. Dougan
    Mechanisms of vertebrate germ cell determination / Tristan Aguero, Susannah Kassmer, Ramiro Alberio, Andrew Johnson, Mary Lou King
    Cell cycle remodeling and zygotic gene activation at the midblastula transition / Maomao Zhang, Jennifer Skirkanich, Michael A. Lampson, Peter S. Klein
    Clearance of parental products / Petr Svoboda, Helena Fulka, Radek Malik.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
  • Digital/Print
    Beate Brand-Saberi, editor.
    Summary: This book addresses the differentiation control of skeletal muscle in different locations of the vertebrate body. Particular attention is paid to novel regulatory molecules and signals as well as to the heterogeneity of origin that have revealed a developmental overlap between skeletal and cardiac muscle. Different functional muscle groups are the product of the evolution of the vertebrate classes, making a phylogenetic comparison worthwhile for understanding the role of muscle stem cells and precursors in myogenesis. New insights into the hierarchy of transcription factors, particularly in the context of these different muscle groups come from detailed investigations of the spatio-temporal and regulatory relationships derived from mouse and zebrafish genetics and avian microsurgery. Importantly, epigenetic mechanisms that have surfaced recently, in particular the role of MyomiRs, are also surveyed. Regarding human patients, encouraging results have been generated that identify parallels between embryonic myogenesis and regenerating myofibers that share regulatory molecules. Interestingly, the heterogeneity in embryonic origins of skeletal muscle groups in the vertebrate including humans is paralleled by their different susceptibility to types of muscle dystrophies. The progress that has been made in the field of muscle stem cell biology, especially on satellite cells, is outlined in this book by experts in the field. The authors review recent insights of the heterogeneous nature of these satellite cells regarding their gene signatures and regeneration potential. An improved understanding of muscle stem cells seems only possible with a view to the cell environment, putting embryological and molecular findings from different vertebrate classes and stem cell approaches into context.

    Contents:
    Recruitment of skeletal muscle progenitors to secondary sites: A role for CXCR4/SDF-1 signaling in skeletal muscle development
    Hypaxial muscle
    controversial classification and controversial data? Skeletal Myogenesis in the Zebrafish and its Implications for Muscle Disease Modeling
    Mechanisms of Myogenic Specification and Patterning
    The avian embryo as a model system for skeletal myogenesis
    Head Muscle Development
    The lateral plate mesoderm? a novel source of skeletal muscle
    Regulation of skeletal muscle development and disease by microRNAs
    Adult skeletal muscle stem cells
    Dormancy and quiescence of skeletal muscle stem cells.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
  • Digital
    Roderick A. Suthers, W. Tecumseh Fitch, Richard R. Fay, Arthur N. Popper, editors.
    Contents:
    Preface
    Vertebrate Vocal Production: An Introductory Overview
    Fish Sound Production: An Exaptation?
    Vocal Sound Production and Acoustic Communication in Amphibians and Reptiles
    Locomotion-Induced Sounds and Sonations: Mechanisms, Communication Function, and Relationship with Behavior
    Embodied Motor Control of Avian Vocal Production
    Biophysics of Vocal Production in Mammals
    Infrasonic and Seismic Communication in the Vertebrates with Special Emphasis on the Afrotheria: An Update and Future Directions
    Vocal Production by Terrestrial Mammals: Source, Filter, and Function
    Vocal Learning and Auditory-Vocal Feedback
    Vertebrate Bioacoustics: Prospects and Open Problems.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
  • Digital
    Robert W. Baloh, MD, Professor of Neurology and Head and Neck Surgery, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Director of Neurotology Clinic and Laboratory, Ronald Regan Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA.
    Contents:
    Ménière recognizes that vertigo can originate from the inner ear
    Ménière, a man of many interests
    Breuer discovers how the balance portion of the inner ear works
    Breuer, the Renaissance man
    Breuer's experiments on the semicircular canals and otolith organs
    Breuer's contributions to psychiatry and philosophy
    Politzer's otology clinic and the discovery of the caloric test
    Bárány's formative years and the conflict in Politzer's clinic
    The war years and Bárány's decision to leave Vienna
    Bárány's test battery and the first description of BPPV
    Bárány's life in Uppsala and his work with Lorente de Nó
    Hallpike and the pathology of Ménière's disease
    Hallpike's formative years
    Hallpike's caloric test
    Hallpike defines the syndrome of BPPV
    Schuknecht and his breakthrough on BPPV
    Schuknecht's temporal bone bank in Boston
    Schuknecht's crusade against myths in otology
    Semont and Epley maneuvers
    Evolution of treatment maneuvers for BPPV
    Summary and future directions.
    Digital Access Oxford 2017
  • Digital
    Kimitaka Kaga.
    Summary: Many congenitally deaf infants and children suffer vestibular failure, which produces problems with their postural control, locomotion, and gait. However it is known that these children can eventually catch up with their normal balance control status in terms of development and growth as a result of central vestibular compensation. In Vertigo and Balance Disorders in Children the author provides comprehensive and integrative information on the vestibular system. The materials presented range from the history of its study, basic anatomy and physiology of vestibular organs, and the mechanism of balance and motor function development, to clinical aspects of vestibular disorders including their evaluation and pediatric neurology. Although there have been books discussing postural responses of infants and children with vestibular disorders, this is the first to present the influence of peripheral vestibular disorders and central vestibular compensation comprehensively. This book will benefit not only practitioners in this field such as pediatric otolaryngologists, pediatricians, and neurologists treating both children and adults, but also clinical specialists such as neonatologists, physical therapists, and speech therapists, helping them to better care for patients with vestibular failure.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
  • Digital
    [edited by] Peter C. Weber.
    Contents:
    Taking the history of the vertiginous patient / Peter C. Weber
    Office examination of the vestibular patient / Jameson K. Mattingly, Laura Wazen, and Stephen P. Cass
    Computerized testing of the vestibular patient / Randy Judson and Jessica Galatioto
    Radiological studies for the vestibular patient / Kennith F. Layton, John I. Lane, Robert J. Witte, and Colin L.W. Driscoll
    Surgical anatomy and physiology of the vestibular system / Douglas D. Backous and Francois Cloutier
    Laboratory testing in the diagnosis and treatment of dizziness / Mikhaylo Szczupak and Michael E. Hoffer
    Meniere's disease / Sujana S. Chandrasekhar
    Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo / Judith A. White
    The pathology and treatment of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo / Richard R. Gacek
    Labyrinthitis / Sean O. McMenomey and Samuel P. Gubbels
    Superior semicircular canal dehiscence syndrome / Cameron C. Wick, Cliff A. Megerian, Nauman F. Manzoor, and Maroun T. Semaan
    Autoimmune vestibular dysfunction, perilymph fistulas, Mal de Debarquement syndrome, and alcohol-related dizziness / Louis M. Hofmeyr
    Allergy and autonomic dizziness / Louis M. Hofmeyr and Marcelle Groenewald
    Aging : balance and vestibular disorders / Yael Raz
    Congenital and pediatric vestibular disorders / Kathryn Y. Noonan and James E. Saunders
    Migraines as a source of vestibular disorders : diagnosis and management / Ana H. Kim and Michele Gandolfi
    Rare causes of unilateral peripheral vestibulopathy / Alan G. Micco
    Central vertigo and disequilibrium / Peter C. Weber and Samuel C. Levine
    Medications used in treating acute and chronic vertigo and various vestibular disorders / Candice C. Colby and Tina C. Huang
    Vestibular rehabilitation / Bryan D. Hujsak
    Implantable vestibular devices / Justin S. Golub.
    Digital Access
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    Thieme MedOne ComSci
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    Dario Carlo Alpini, Antonio Cesarani, Guido Brugnoni.
    Summary: "This book describes in detail rehabilitation protocols specific for those disorders that most frequently induce vertigo and dizziness. In particular, it highlights exercise protocols that will enable the best result to be obtained within the shortest time and with the most enduring therapeutic effect. Drawing on their personal experience, the authors describe physical exercises that will prove effective in delivering vestibular rehabilitation all over the world, regardless of the rehabilitation tools available. The protocol standardization and the reduction in instrumental rehabilitation mean that even though some individual tailoring is required, it will be possible to plan cost-effective rehabilitation within both the institutional and the private practice setting. The presented protocols cover vertigo in a wide range of conditions, including acute and chronic vestibular loss, vestibular ataxia, benign positional paroxysmal vertigo, Ménière's disease, dizziness in the elderly, whiplash-associated balance disorders, phobic postural vertigo, and autonomic vertigo. Helpful information is provided on clinical approach to vertigo and dizziness and on vestibular rehabilitation from Cawthorne-Cooksey onward. The quantification of rehabilitation outcome and the role of life-style counseling are also discussed. By documenting effective functional and therapeutic approaches and presenting guidelines for each balance disorder, Vertigo Rehabilitation Protocols will be an invaluable resource for neurologists, ENT physicians, orthopedists, and rehabilitation specialists."--Publisher's website.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
  • Digital
    Hans Flaatten, Bertrand Guidet, Hélène Vallet, editors.
    Summary: This book, part of the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM) textbook series, provides detailed up-to-date information on the care of the critical ill very old (80 years) patients in the ICU. The very old are expanding fast in our populations, and this is mirrored in our hospitals and ICUs as well. During the last decade, a lot more information about the group of critical ill elderly has been published, and several large networks cooperate in performing multinational studies in this field, one of them with roots in the ESICM. This book will give readers knowledge about the current epidemiology of elderly ICU patients, in patients centered outcomes and factors affecting these outcomes. A large part is devoted to age related changes in vital organ functions, and the specific geriatric syndromes like frailty, cognitive decline, reduced activity of daily living, sarcopenia and immunosenecence. This is all important for the practicing intensivists to know about. In addition, specific groups of the elderly in the ICU are also described like the elderly patients with trauma or sepsis. The book is written jointly by intensivists and geriatricians, often working in teams and originating from many different countries. This herald a new era in the collaboration between these two groups in order to improve care and rehabilitation. We have a lot to learn from each other, as both groups have a holistic view of our patients although with different perspectives. This book should be of value for all working in adult ICUs, physicians as well as nurses. It will hopefully lead to a better understanding of the particular challenges posed by this important sub-group of ICU patients and how to manage his group in a way that combine respect for life as well as death and includes patients and caregivers in this process.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
  • Digital
    Chun Yuan, Thomas S. Hatsukami, Mahmud Mossa-Basha, editors.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
  • Digital
    Nancy L. Moureau, editor.
    Summary: This Open access book offers updated and revised information on vessel health and preservation (VHP), a model concept first published in poster form in 2008 and in JVA in 2012, which has received a great deal of attention, especially in the US, UK and Australia. The book presents a model and a new way of thinking applied to vascular access and administration of intravenous treatment, and shows how establishing and maintaining a route of access to the bloodstream is essential for patients in acute care today. Until now, little thought has been given to an intentional process to guide selection, insertion and management of vascular access devices (VADs) and by default actions are based on crisis management when a quickly selected VAD fails. The book details how VHP establishes a framework or pathway model for each step of the patient experience, intentionally guiding, improving and eliminating risk when possible. The evidence points to the fact that reducing fragmentation, establishing a pathway, and teaching the process to all stakeholders reduces complications with intravenous therapy, improves efficiency and diminishes cost. As such this book appeals to bedside nurses, physicians and other health professionals.

    Contents:
    Preface. About the concept of VHP, beginnings, process and ideal
    Section 1. Right Assessment and Right Vein
    Chapter 1. Catheter and vein selection with avoidance of joints and danger zones
    Chapter 2. Ultrasonic assessment and placement of right device
    Section 2. Right Training
    Chapter 3. Training process, competencies, preparation for PIV, PICC, CVC insertions
    Section 3. Right Insertion
    Chapter 4. Catheter size, type, number of lumen for patient and treatment
    Chapter 5. Placement with no more than 2 attempts
    Chapter 6. Infection Prevention principles with Kits for insertion and compliance with sterile procedure (bundles, checklist, CHG, etc)
    Chapter 7. Tip positioning
    Chapter 8. Securement
    Section 4. Pediatric Vessel Health
    Chapter 9. Differences between paediatrics and adults for vein assessment
    Chapter 10. Right Site selection
    Chapter 11. Right Device assessment (type, size, no. of lumens)
    Chapter 12. Right Technology assessment
    Chapter 13. Why is VHP important in paediatrics?
    Chapter 14. Troubleshooting in paediatrics
    Section 5. Right Supplies and Technology
    Chapter 15. Ultrasound
    Chapter 16. Insertion kits for USGPIV, PICC, Midline, CVC
    Chapter 17. Antimicrobial dressings
    Chapter 18. Needleless connector issues
    Section 6. Right Care and Assessment
    Chapter 19. Daily or twice daily assessment for catheter function, dressing adherence and necessity of device
    Chapter 20. Hub disinfection issues and compliance measures
    Chapter 21. Flushing with proper techniques
    Section 7. Right Evaluation
    Chapter 22. How to evaluate a VHP program initiative
    Chapter 23. Staff education and satisfaction
    Chapter 24. Patient satisfaction
    Chapter 25. Pathway effectiveness and outcome measures.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
  • Digital
    volume editors, Jane Lea, David Pothier.
    Contents:
    Assessment of the vestibular system: history and physical examination / Welgampola, M.S.; Bradshaw, A.P.; Halmagyi, G.M
    Imaging of temporal bones / Pyykke, I.; Zou, J.; Gürkov, R.; Naganawa, S.; Nakashima, T
    Videonystagmography and posturography / Falls, C
    Vestibular testing-rotary chair and dynamic visual acuity tests / Gimmon, Y.; Schubert, M.C
    Otolith function testing / Taylor, R.L.; Welgampola, M.S
    Video head impulse testing: brevity is the soul of hit / Welgampola, M.C.; Taylor, R.L.; Halmagyi, G.M
    Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo / Instrum, R.S.; Parnes, L.S
    Meniere's disease / Gibson, W.P.R
    Vestibular neuritis : recent advances in etiology, diagnostic evaluation, and treatment / Le, T.N.; Westerberg, B.; Lea, J
    Perilymphatic fistulas and superior semi-circular canal dehiscence syndrome / Weinreich, H.M.; Carey, J.P
    Aminoglycoside vestibulotoxicity / Rutka, J
    Post-traumatic dizziness: clinical and medicolegal aspects / Westerberg, B.D.; Lea, J.; Cameron, A.F
    Migraine associated vertigo / Hain, T.; Cherchi, M
    An overview of central vertigo disorders / Ranalli, P
    Special considerations for the pediatric patient / Cushing, S.L.; Papsin, B.C
    The aging vestibular system : dizziness and imbalance in the elderly / Jahn, K
    Systemic disease considerations in the management of the dizzy patient / Rea, P.A.; Ronan, N
    Advances in vestibular rehabilitation / Sulway, S.; Whitney, S.L
    Psychiatric considerations in the management of dizzy patients / Staab, J.P.
    Digital Access Karger 2019

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