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Market-leading SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY FOR THE SURGICAL TECHNOLOGIST: A POSITIVE CARE APPROACH, 5e, delivers the most trusted, up-to-date, and comprehensive coverage available. Written by the Association of Surgical Technologists, the text provides everything you need to successfully apply the guidelines found in the sixth edition of the Core Curriculum for Surgical Technology. It covers essential topics such as equipment and supplies, operative preparation, practical and technical considerations, and postoperative considerations as well as over 200 of the most critical surgical procedures — using detailed, full-color illustrations and live surgery images. Providing a solid foundation, it’s the ultimate resource for helping you anticipate the patient’s and surgeon’s needs before, during, and after a surgical procedure.

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Table of Content

Title Page
Statement
Copyright
Brief Table of Contents
Contents
List of Tables
List of Techniques
Preface
Contributors
Reviewers
Section 1 Introduction to Surgical Technology
Chapter 1 Orientation to Surgical Technology
History of Surgery
History of Surgical Technology
The Surgical Team
Nonsterile Surgical Team Members
Sterile Surgical Team Members
Areas of Specialty and Classification of Procedures
Specialties
Classification of Surgery
Surgical Technology Profession
Surgical Technology Education and Certification
AST: Professional Organization for Surgical Technology
Career Development and Opportunities
Job Descriptions
Resume Preparation
Interview Preparation
Resignation
Clinical Ladder Programs
The Surgical Technologist’s Lifestyle
Teamwork and Communication
Teamwork in Surgery
AST Position Statement on Teamwork
Communication
Interdepartmental Communication
Hospital Organization
Hospital Departments and Interdepartmental Communication
Financial Considerations and Reimbursement
Professional Organizations
Chapter 2 Legal Concepts, Risk Management, and Ethical Issues
Legal Issues
Definitions of General Legal Terms
Definitions of Legal Doctrines and Traditional Principles
Torts
Intentional Torts
Unintentional Torts
Consent for Surgery: A Basic Right
Informed Consent
Documentation
Sentinel Event/Incident Reports
Advance Directives
AHA Patient Care Partnership
Risk Management and Liability
Medical Errors
The Safe Medical Device Act
Managing Patient and Employee Injuries
Malpractice Insurance
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
Ethical and Moral Issues
Moral Principles
Elements of Ethical Decision Making
Professional Codes of Conduct
Scope of Practice
Credentialing
Accreditation and Core Curriculum
Chapter 3 The Surgical Patient
The Surgical Technologist and the Surgical Patient
Prioritizing Needs: Maslow’s Hierarchy
A Sample Application of Maslow’s Hierarchy
Cultural and Religious Influences
Sample Application: Using Religious and Cultural Information in the OR
Physical, Psychological, Social, and Spiritual Needs of the Surgical Patient
Understanding the Surgical Patient as a Human Being
Causes of Surgical Intervention
Patient Responses to Illness and Hospitalization
Death and Dying
Chapter 4 Special Populations
Introduction
Pediatric Patients
Monitoring the Pediatric Patient
Temperature
Urine Output
Cardiac Function
Oxygenation
Shock
Fluids and Electrolytes
Infection
Metabolic and Nutritional Responses
Trauma
Key Differences in Treatment
General Principles of Pediatric Emergency Treatment
Trauma During Birth
Child Abuse
Obese Patients
Review of Surgical Considerations
Specific Considerations of Bariatric Surgery
Complications after Gastric Surgery
Gallstones
Degenerative Osteoarthritis
Diabetic Patients
Complications Associated with Diabetes
Care of the Patient with Diabetes in Surgery
Pregnant Patients
Considerations When Caring for Pregnant Patients
Anesthesia
Intraoperative Considerations for the Surgical Technologist
Immunocompromised Patients
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
Physically Challenged or Sensory Impaired Patients
Isolation Patients
Geriatric Patients
Substance Abuse Patients
Trauma Patients
The “Golden Hour” and Trauma System
Kinematics
Blunt Trauma
Penetrating Trauma
Trauma Scoring
Considerations for the Surgical Technologist
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Patient
Chapter 5 Physical Environment and Safety Standards
The Surgery Department
Unrestricted Areas
Semi-Restricted Areas
Restricted Areas
Components Within the Operating Room
Electrical Outlets
Suction Outlets
Gas Outlets
Lights
Environmental Control of the OR
Doors
Computers
Viewing Boxes and Monitors
Cabinets
Booms
Standard Operating Room Furniture
Physical Hazards
Ionizing Radiation
Electrical Hazards
Fire Hazards
Ergonomics Safety
Lights
Noise
Equipment Hazards
Biological Hazards
Standard Precautions
Latex
Surgical Plume
Sharps Safety
Neutral Zone
Management of Exposure
Hazardous Waste Disposal
Chemical Hazards
Waste Anesthetic Gases
Polymethyl Methacrylate
Formalin
Ethylene Oxide
Glutaraldehyde
Regulatory Agencies
Section 2 Princip les and Practice of Surgical Technology
Chapter 6 Biomedical Science and Minimally Invasive Surgery
Introduction
Computers
Hardware
Software
Word Processing
Presentation Platforms
Internet Basics
Accessing the Internet
Information Sources
Importing Images from the Internet
Internet Research
Intellectual Property and Plagiarism
Perioperative Electronic Communications
Computers in Health Care
Electronic Medical Records
Scheduling Surgical Procedures
Surgeons’ Preference Cards
Sterile Processing Documentation
Annual Staff Competency Training
Electricity
Basic Principles of Electricity
Matter and Atomic Particles
Conductors and Insulators
Electrical Currents
Magnetism and Electricity
Magnetic Fields
Electromagnets
Electrical Circuits
Power, Load, and Switch
Wall Outlets
Direct Current and Alternating Current
Radio Frequency
Isolated Power Systems in the OR
The Electrosurgical Unit
ESU Circuit
Monopolar Electrosurgical Units
Bipolar Electrosurgical Units
Advantages of Electrosurgery
Hazards to the Patient and Surgical Team
Alternative Energies
Ultrasonic Energy
Plasma Vaporization
Lasers
Benefits of Minimally Invasive Surgery
Methods of Access
Natural Body Orifices
Transcutaneous Access
Distention Methods
Visualization in MIS
Surgical Robots
Terminology
da Vinci® Robotic System
Telesurgery
Advantages of Remote Robotic Manipulation
Manipulators
Voice-Activated Control System, Hearing and Vision
Alternative Robotic and Guided Imaging Systems
Merging Surgery, Radiology, and Guided Imaging
Hybrid Suite Design
Hybrid OR Procedures
Advantages of Hybrid Care for Patients
Chapter 7 Preventing Perioperative Disease Transmission
General Characteristics of Microbes
Human–Microbe Relationships
Pathogens Associated with Surgical Site Infection
Bacteria
Tuberculosis
Viruses
Emerging Infectious Diseases
Prions
Parasites
Fungi
Prevention of Disease Transmission
Natural Lines of Defense
Safe Work Practices
Transmission-Based Precautions
Methods of Transmission
Sources of Surgical Site Infections
Factors That Increase Risk of Surgical Site Infection
Introduction
Basic Terminology
Classification of Patient Care Items
AST Recommended Standards of Practice Applicable to Decontamination and Sterilization
Disinfection Principles and Disinfecting Agents
Disinfectant Efficiency
High-Level Disinfectant Compounds
Intermediate-Level Disinfectant Compounds
Environmental Decontamination
Environmental Services
Surgical Instrument Decontamination Process
Sterilization Principles and Processes
Instrument Preparation and Wrapping
Steam Sterilization
Hydrogen Peroxide Gas Plasma
Liquid Chemical Sterilization Processes
Ionizing Radiation
Alternative Sterilization Methods
Administrative Controls of Sterilization Processes
Event-Related Sterility
Surgical Conscience
Principle 1: A Sterile Field Is Created for Each Surgical Procedure
Principle 2: Sterile Team Members Must Be Appropriately Attired Prior to Entering the Sterile Field
Principle 3: Movement in and Around the Sterile Field Must Not Compromise the Sterile Field
Sterile to Sterile
Nonsterile to Nonsterile
Chapter 8 Emergency Situations and All-Hazards Preparation
Indications of Emergency Situations
Objectives and Priorities in Emergency Situations
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Cardiac Arrest in the Surgical Setting
Malignant Hyperthermia
Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation
Anaphylactic Reactions
All-Hazards Preparation
Natural Disasters
Man-made Disasters
Personal Disaster Planning
Local/Community/Regional Response
Federal Emergency Response
Health Care Facility Emergency Response
Immediate Response to an All-Hazards Event
Chapter 9 Surgical Pharmacology and Anesthesia
Drug Sources
Properties of Pharmalogical Agents
Pharmacokinetics
Absorption
Distribution
Biotransformation
Excretion
Pharmacodynamics
Drug Interactions
Agonists
Synergistic Agents
Additive Agents
Antagonists
Timing of Interactions
Selection Criteria
Classifications
Medication Effects
Routes of Administration
Drug Forms
Medication Information
Drug Standards
Drug Nomenclature
Legal Drug Classifications
Controlled Substances
Prescription Medications
FDA Pregnancy Drug Categories
Over-the-Counter Medications
Alternative Medication Supplements
Medication Orders
Medication Calculations
Concentration
Dose
Application
Calculating Medication Dosages
Concentration
Cumulative Dose and Metric Conversion
Percentages
Conversion of Temperature
Units of Measure
Metric System
Metric, Household, and Apothecary Systems of Measurement
Abbreviations Related to Medication Administration
Medication Handling Techniques
Medication Identification
Pharmaceutical Agents Used in Surgical Specialties
General Surgery
Obstetric and Gynecologic Surgery
Otorhinolaryngologic Surgery
Genitourinary Surgery
Orthopedic Surgery
Cardiovascular Surgery
Neurosurgery
Ophthalmic Surgery
Surgical Hemostasis
Systemic Factors Affecting Hemostasis
Control of Bleeding During Surgery
Bone Wax
Chemical Methods of Hemostasis
Absorbable Gelatin
Hemostatic Matrix
Absorbable Microfibrillar Collagen
Oxidized Cellulose
Silver Nitrate
Epinephrine
Thrombin
Fibrin Sealants
Vital Signs
Temperature
Pulse
Respiration
Blood Pressure
Monitoring Devices
Electrocardiogram
Blood Pressure Monitor
Arterial and Venous Catheterization
Temperature Monitors
Pulse Oximeter
Bispectral Index™ (BIS) Monitor
SARA
Stethoscope
Doppler
Peripheral Nerve Stimulator
Arterial Blood Gases
Anesthesia Equipment
Anesthesia Machine
Airway Delivery/Maintenance Devices
Hypothermia and Hyperthermia Devices
Methods and Techniques of Anesthetic Administration
Team Member Roles During Anesthesia Administration
Preoperative Visits
General Anesthesia
Depth of General Anesthesia
Phases of General Anesthesia
Team Member Duties in General Anesthesia
Advantages of General Anesthesia
Risks and Complications Associated with General Anesthesia
Cricoid Pressure
Laryngospasm and Bronchospasm
Malignant Hyperthermia
Pseudocholinesterase Deficiency Syndrome
Allergic Reaction
Shock
Cardiac Dysrhythmias
Cardiac Arrest
Anesthetic Agents
Inhalation Agents
Oxygen
Nitrous Oxide
Volatile Agents
Intravenous Agents
Induction Agents
Dissociative Agents
Opiate/Opioids
Narcotic Antagonists
Benzodiazepines
Benzodiazepine Antagonists
Neuromuscular Blockade
Nondepolarizing Agents
Depolarizing Agents
Neuromuscular Blockade Antagonism
Other Agents Commonly Used During Anesthesia Administration
Antimuscarinic Agents
Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs
Gastric Acid Management
Lubricants
Antiemetics
Solutions Used in the Operating Room Setting
Adjuncts to General Anesthesia
Induced Hypothermia
Induced Hypotension
Neuroleptanalgesia and Neuroleptanesthesia
Nerve Conduction Blockade
Nerve Conduction Blocking Agents
Amino Amide Group
Amino Ester Group
Adjunctive Agents to Nerve Conduction Blockade
Topical Anesthesia
Local Anesthesia
Monitored Anesthesia Care
Regional Anesthesia
Nerve Plexus Block
Bier Block
Spinal Block
Epidural Anesthesia
Team Member Duties in Spinal Anesthesia
Nontraditional Anesthesia Options
Postanesthesia Care
Chapter 10 Instrumentation, Equipment, and Supplies
Instrumentation
Classifications
Cutting/Dissecting
Scalpels
Scissors
Grasping/Holding
Clamping/Occluding
Retracting/Viewing
Probing
Dilating
Suturing
Suctioning
Microinstrumentation
Instrument Care and Handling
Types of Instrument Sets
Laparotomy Set
Instrument List/Count Sheet
Specialty Equipment
Endoscopes
Powered Instruments
Microscopes
Magnification
Illumination
Video Monitors, Recorders, and Cameras
Fiber-Optic Headlamps and Light Sources
Pulse Lavage Irrigator
Phacoemulsifier and Irrigation/Aspiration Units
Cryotherapy Units
Insufflators
Nerve Stimulators
Accessory Equipment
Suction Systems
Lights
Pneumatic Tourniquets
Sequential Compression Devices
Supplies
Drapes
Drape Materials
Drape Types
Sterile Packs
Sponges and Dressings
Surgical Dressings
Dressing Types
Catheters, Tubes, and Drains
Catheters
Urinary Catheters
Intravascular Catheters
Specialty Catheters
Tubes
Gastrointestinal Tubes
Airway Tubes
Chest Tubes
Drains
Irrigators and Syringes
Chapter 11 Hemostasis, Wound Healing, and Wound Closure
Introduction
Blood Loss, Hemostatic Methods, and Blood Replacement
Blood Loss
Factors Affecting Hemostasis
Mechanical Hemostasis
Biological Hemostasis
Thermal Hemostasis
Chemical Hemostasis
Blood Replacement
Types of Wounds
Intentional Wounds
Unintentional Wounds
Incidental and Chronic Wounds
Inflammatory Process
Types of Wound Healing
First Intention (Primary Union)
Phases of Wound Healing by First Intention
Second Intention (Granulation)
Third Intention (Delayed Primary Closure)
Factors Influencing Wound Healing
Patient’s Physical Condition
External Factors
Suture Techniques and Prevention of Infection
Complications of Wound Healing
Classification of Surgical Wounds
Class I: Clean
Class II: Clean Contaminated
Class III: Contaminated
Class IV: Dirty/Infected
Postoperative Wound Care
Wound Drains
Dressings
Wound Closure
Classification of Suture Materials
Factors Affecting Surgeon Selection of Suture
Suture Materials
Suture Sizes and Tensile Strength
Packaging of Suture
Ligatures
Free-Tie
Ligature Reel
Instrument Tie (Tie-on-a-Pass)
Suture Ligature (Stick Tie)
Suture Preparation for the Procedure
Placement on Field
Loading the Suture
Cutting Suture
Surgical Needles
Needle Eyes
Needle Points
Needle Bodies
Surgical Specialty Needles
Layer Closure
Peritoneum
Fascia
Muscle
Subcutaneous
Subcuticular
Skin
Suturing Techniques
Continuous Suturing Techniques
Interrupted Suturing Techniques
Traction Sutures
Secondary Suture Line
Retention
Endoscopic Suturing
Alternative Skin Closure Methods
Accessory Devices
Bridges and Bolsters
Buttons and Lead Shots
Umbilical Tape
Vessel Loops
Suture Anchors
Adhesive Skin Closure Tapes
Skin Adhesive
Stapling Devices
Types of Staplers
Meshes and Fabrics
Chapter 12 Surgical Case Management
Introduction
Anticipation
Preoperative Patient Routines
Circulator Role/Responsibilities
Patient Preparation
Diet
Enemas
Preoperative Hygiene
Preoperative Hair Removal
Makeup and Dress
Nail Polish
Patient Possessions
Preoperative Education
Sedation
Patient Transport to OR
Transfer and Positioning to OR Table
Thermoregulatory Devices
Vital Signs
Positioning the Surgical Patient
Supine Position
Trendelenburg Position
Reverse Trendelenburg Position
Fowler’s Position and Sitting Position
Lithotomy Position
Prone Position
Kraske (Jackknife) Position
Lateral Position
Kidney Position
Sims’ Position
Urethral Catheterization
Open Gloving
Indications for Urethral Catheterization
Considerations for Urethral Catheterization
Urethral Catheterization Supplies
Patient Skin Preparation
Single Use
Abdominal and Thoracoabdominal Preparations
Chest and Breast
Eyes, Ears, Face, and Nose
Extremities
Leg and Hip Procedures
Hand and Arm Procedures
Perineal and Vaginal Preps
Attire for Surgical Technologist in Scrub Role Responsibilities
OR Attire
Hair Cover
Scrub Suit
Mask
Shoe Covers
Protective Attire
Protective Eyewear
Radiation Protection
Other Protective Attire
Sterile Attire
Sterile Gown
Sterile Gloves
Preparing the Operating Room
Operating Room Setup
Gathering Instrumentation and Supplies
Creating and Maintaining the Sterile Field
Opening Sterile Supplies
Scrubbing and Donning Sterile Attire
Preparation of the Sterile Field
Draping the Mayo Stand
Organizing the Sterile Instruments and Supplies
Preoperative Count
Electronic Methods of Tracking Surgical Counts
Assisting a Team Member
Draping the Surgical Patient
Problem Solving
Draping the Abdomen
Draping the Perineum
Draping an Extremity
Draping for Craniotomy
Placement of the Sterile Team and Furniture
Time Out
Marking the Skin Incision
General Principles
Safety
Intraoperative Communication
Verbal Communication
Nonverbal Communication
Passing the Instruments (and Other Supplies)
Maintaining Order Within the Sterile Field
Progression of the Surgical Procedure
Receiving Additional Supplies to Sterile Field
Intraoperative and Closing Counts
Sponges
Sharps
Instruments
Medication Handling
Specimen Care
Changing Contaminated Sterile Attire
Care of the Incision Site and Dressing Application
Preservation of the Sterile Field
Drape Removal
Gown and Glove Removal
Immediate Postoperative Patient Care
Patient Transfer and Transportation
Breakdown of the Setup
Section 3 Surgical Procedures
Chapter 13 Diagnostic Procedures
Sources of Patient Data
History and Physical Examination
Diagnostic Imaging
Ionizing Radiation
Plain Radiography
Mammography
Radiopaque Contrast Media Imaging
Radioisotope Imaging
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Ultrasonography
Doppler Ultrasonography
Plethysmography and Phleborheography
Electrodiagnostic Studies
Electrocardiography
Electroencephalography
Electromyography
Intraoperative Neuromonitoring
Pulmonary Assessment
Pulse Oximetry
Capnography
Spirometry
Blood Gases
Laboratory Studies
Urinalysis
Bacteriological Tests
Surgical Specimens
Types of Surgical Specimens
Spinal Tap
Endoscopy
Care and Handling of Surgical Specimens
Chapter 14 General Surgery
Overview
Instrumentation, Routine Equipment, and Supplies
Instrumentation
Intestinal Instruments
Incisions
Laparotomy
Surgery of the Alimentary Canal
Esophageal Pathology
Pathological Conditions of the Stomach
Total Gastrectomy
Bowel Pathology
Bowel Technique
Appendectomy
Stomas
Anorectal Pathology
Select Pathology of the Liver and Biliary Tract
Liver Resection
Surgical Treatment of Gallbladder Disease
Conservative Treatment for Cholelithiasis
Cholecystectomy and Cholangiography
Surgery of the Pancreas and Spleen
Cancer of the Pancreas
Pancreatectomy
Pancreaticoduodenectomy
Hernias
Hernia Repair
Breast Surgery
Breast and Axilla: Pathology and Diagnosis
Surgery of the Thyroid and Parathyroid
Thyroidectomy
Chapter 15 Obstetric and Gynecologic Surgery
Introduction to Obstetric and Gynecologic Surgery
Instrumentation, Equipment, and Supplies in Obstetric and Gynecologic Surgery
Instrumentation
Equipment
Supplies
Patient Positioning, Draping, and/or Setup
Surgical Procedures: Obstetrics
Labor
Normal Role of Surgical Technologist in Delivery
Episiotomy and Perineal Lacerations
Incompetent Cervix
Surgical Procedures: Gynecologic Procedures
Abdominal Incisions for Gynecologic Surgery
Diagnostic Procedures
Surgical Procedures of the External Genitalia and Structures
Cervical Surgical Procedures
Chapter 16 Ophthalmic Surgery
Introduction to Ophthalmic Surgery
Instruments, Routine Equipment, and Supplies
Instruments
Routine Equipment
Routine Supplies
Surgical Intervention
Practical Considerations
Procedural Considerations
Cataract Extraction
Chapter 17 Otorhinolaryngologic Surgery
Introduction to Otorhinolaryngologic Surgery
Ear Procedures
Diagnostic Procedures and Tests
Routine Instruments, Equipment, and Supplies
Practical Considerations
Nasal Procedures
Diagnostic Procedures and Tests
Direct Vision
Mirror Examination
Radiography
Routine Instruments, Equipment, and Supplies
Practical Considerations
Submucous Resection (SMR)
SMR/Septoplasty
Intranasal Antrostomy
Oral Cavity and Throat Procedures
Diagnostic Procedures and Tests
Direct Visualization
Indirect Visualization
Laboratory Tests
Radiologic Examinations
Videostroboscopy
Polysomnography
Multiple Sleep Latency Test (MSLT)
Routine Instruments, Equipment, and Supplies
Practical Considerations
Chapter 18 Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Introduction to Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Diagnostic Tests
Tooth Extraction/Odontectomy
Routine Instruments, Equipment, and Supplies
Routine Equipment
Routine Supplies
Practical Considerations
Procedural Considerations
Maxillofacial Procedures: General Considerations
General Considerations
Repair of Mandibular/Maxillary Fractures
Orthognatic Surgery
Chapter 19 Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Introduction
Diagnostic Procedures and Tests
Instrumentation, Routine Equipment, and Supplies
Instrumentation
Plastic Sets
Nasal Set
Equipment
Oscillating-Blade Dermatome
Other Types of Dermatomes
Skin Graft Procedures
Skin Grafts
Scar Revision
Head and Face Procedures
Hand Procedures
Breast Procedures
Abdominal Procedures
Chapter 20 Genitourinary Surgery
Introduction
Diagnostic Procedures and Tests
History and Physical
Laboratory Findings
Hematology Findings
Urinalysis
Composition of Urine
Radiologic Findings
Biopsy
Endoscopy
Instrumentation, Routine Equipment, and Supplies
Instrumentation
Equipment
Supplies
Incisional Options
Inguinal Incision
Scrotal Incision
Abdominal Incisions
Gibson Incision
Flank Incisions
Lumbar Incision
Kidney, Ureter, and Bladder Surgical Procedures
Nephrectomy
GU Endoscopy
Cystectomy/Ileal Conduit
Procedures for Stress Incontinence Affecting Women
Suburethral Sling (Pubovaginal Sling)
Prostate Surgery
Percutaneous Implantation of Radioactive Seeds in the Prostate Gland
Testicular Surgery
Penile Surgical Procedures
Chapter 21 Orthopedic Surgery
Bone and Bone Tissue
Bone Tissue
Types of Bones
Types of Joints
Terms Related to Joint Movements
Pathology
Diagnostic Procedures and Tests
Instrumentation, Routine Equipment, and Supplies
Instrumentation
Routine Equipment
Routine Supplies
Orthopedic Surgical Procedures
Procedures of the Radius
Hip Procedures
Femoral Procedures
Knee Procedures
Ankle and Foot
Chapter 22 Cardiothoracic Surgery
Introduction
Diagnostic Procedures and Tests
Instrumentation, Routine Equipment, and Supplies
Instrumentation
Equipment
Anesthesia Monitoring Equipment
Supplies
Introduction
Anatomy and Physiology of the Heart
Location of the Heart
Coverings of the Heart
The Heart Wall
The Heart Chambers
The Heart Valves
Blood Flow Through the Heart
Blood Supply for the Heart
Cardiac Conduction
Diagnostic Procedures and Tests
Routine Instrumentation, Equipment, and Supplies
Instrumentation
Equipment
Supplies
Techniques of Cardiopulmonary Bypass
Mitral Valve Replacement
Introduction
Preoperative Preparation
Ventricular Septal Defect
Chapter 23 Peripheral Vascular Surgery
Peripheral Vascular Surgery
Diagnostic Procedures and Tests
Instrumentation, Supplies, and Equipment
Instrumentation
Supplies
Biologic and Synthetic Grafts
Equipment
Peripheral Vascular Surgical Procedures
Chapter 24 Neurosurgery
Introduction to Neurological Surgery
Instruments, Routine Equipment, and Supplies
Instruments
Spinal
Peripheral
Routine Equipment
Routine Supplies
Surgical Intervention
Cranial Procedures
Practical Considerations
Procedural Considerations
Spinal Procedures
Practical Considerations
Procedural Considerations
Peripheral Nerve Procedures
Practical Considerations
Procedural Considerations
Appendix A Anatomy Plates
Index
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