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This flexibility has to be sustained in order for pediatric surgeons to establish their position, which lies in the fields of both pediatrics and surgery. The concept of this book is to break down barriers and to enable young physicians to look up everyday questions concerning diagnostic measures, therapeutic regimes, postsurgical care, and prognostic values during rounds, in collaboration with pediatricians.
And the priest shall look on the plague in the skin and when the hair in the plague is turned white, and the plague in sight be deeper than the skin of his flesh, it is a plague of leprosy: If the bright spot be white in the skin of his flesh, and in sight be not deeper than the skin, and the hair thereof be not turned white; then the priest shall shut up him, that hath the plague seven days. Leviticus 13, 3—4 This bible quotation brings a step-by-step solution to a problem.
Leprosy is excluded or confirmed following the guidelines in this formula, as for each condition an individual proposal is suggested. However, the mass of words is confusing to the reader, who constantly has to refer to prior information in the text. The essentials in this communication icon are lost due to the lack of abridgement.
VI Preface The user follows just the path that indicates the actual findings, omitting those that are of no interest in that specific case.
Time saving is not the only benefit of this approach: Despite the fact that this book cannot substitute for a tutorial-type textbook, it can be utilized well by someone who is proficient in the fundamentals of pediatric surgery.
It is divided into four parts. Following the introductory Part I, Part II deals with pre- and postoperative guidelines, surgical principles, and emergencies in childhood. Part III deals with diagnosis, therapy, and the prognosis of pediatric surgical diseases, while Part IV reflects normal laboratory values and the dosage regimens of pharmaceuticals in childhood.
It may be that a reader thinks that the book would benefit from the addition of further appendices, in which case the editor would welcome their suggestions, and gaps can then be filled in a future edition. I wish to thank all the distinguished authors, from nearly all the European countries, for their contributions in order to promote pediatric surgical knowledge. Special thanks also go to Dr.
Vera Pedersen for proofreading this manuscript, considering both grammatical and medical aspects. Finally I would like to thank the editorial staff of Springer-Verlag, especially Mrs. Stephanie Benko, for their valuable support. Additionally interdisciplinary aspects concerning pediatrics, adult surgery, obstetrics and other disciplines working with children were considered. The tables presented enable quick access to indications for the operative and conservative therapy with schematic step-by-step illustrations of nearly all surgical procedures.
Practical information on child-adapted dosages for pharmacotherapy as well as age-specific injury patterns from scalding in young children to spleen rupture in teenaged vehicle users are also taken into consideration. The surgical role in modern pediatric oncology is also presented according to the guidelines of SIOP.
European paediatric surgeons, experts in their fields, write this book not only for students and trainees but also for anybody who treats children surgically. Losty1, Sarah L. Almond1, Nicola P. MA, MB, B. The easiest answer to this question is the semantic interpretation of the words pediatric and surgery, meaning surgery on a child. Is pediatric surgery, however, the transposition of surgical procedures to a smaller human being?
The main difference between an adult and a child is the fact that the child is growing and throughout the time between its birth and entrance to adulthood — about 18 years — this child never stays the same. This philosophy was best expressed in the nineteenth century by the British novelist Charles Dickens who wrote the following statement: Some diseases occur only in children and some others, that afflict adults also, develop in other forms in children that diverge from each other as a child and an adult.
Children are not miniature adults. Malformations of the gastrointestinal tract for instance are only found in children. Then again, acute appendicitis takes a very different course in children compared to adults, with perforation occurring much earlier.
Pediatric surgery is not the mere application of surgical procedures to a child but requires special knowledge about embryology, pediatrics, growth 4 Chapter 1 pathophysiology, and specific therapy principles. Pediatric surgery is a specialization on the growing organism. Medical knowledge has grown enormously in recent decades. This fact has led to the subspecialization of medicine on the basis of organs.
Pediatric surgeons are perhaps the only remaining physicians who treat the whole organism and not simply an individual organ. This task is very difficult, as it is impossible to be the best in all fields.
The pediatric surgeon puts the child in the center and cares for them with the best possible treatment. If this treatment is not offered by pediatric surgery, then, according to the local setting, adult surgeons from the institution, from elsewhere in the country or from other parts of the world may provide the solution.
From the 6th to 7th month of life, complimentary food, providing iron, trace elements, and fibers, should be introduced. See Table 2. In comparison to adults, however, it is more difficult to achieve due to anatomical differences.
In principle peripheral venous access PVA; Fig. They are better utilized if diluted immediately in a large vessel with high blood flow. Central venous access allows continuous access to such large vessels, the most common being the superior cava vein Fig. For both techniques either the vein, commonly the jugular internal or subclavian vein, is directly punctured, or the aforementioned large veins are reached by puncturing peripheral ones, e. The distal tip of the catheter should be positioned in the superior cava vein just above the right atrium.
In general, they are classified as Broviac-type catheters and ports. Catheters may have one, two or three lumens. Only the needle provided by the manufacturer Huber needle should be used so as not to damage the membrane, resulting in a leak. The best location for the port seems to be the infraclavicular fossa. Ports are very comfortable, remain unexposed to infection when not in use, and allow activities such as swimming. It is recommended using catheters with cuffs, which stabilize the device and have anti-infection properties.
Broviacs may be more 28 Chapter 2 susceptible to infections compared with ports, as there is a connection to the environment, and they are a little less comfortable because part of them hangs out of the body. Their big advantages, however, are that they allow massive infusion and are relatively cheap Central line care When using both catheter types maximal care must be taken to keep them uninfected and free of thrombosis.
The parents and the patient need to be trained and guided in this. Disconnection of the catheter or puncturing of the port should be performed under sterile conditions regardless of whether blood is being sampled or drugs administered.
Initially a small amount of saline must be injected to ensure that there is no thrombosis and that the device functions freely. The amount of solution required increases with longer and thicker catheters. Some efforts may be undertaken to manage both problems, however, if not successful, they should not be continued.
Parenteral nutrition is associated with increased morbidity and increased treatment costs. Selection of marketable infusion solutions for parenteral nutrition Table 2.
The daily vitamin requirements are listed in Table 2. NaCl solution 4 4 2. We propose the following plan for severely diseased children, newborns, and premature infants Table 2. European Society of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition. The appropriate buffering is calculated using Eq. Fluid replacement regimen per 24 h Basic demand Deficit Estimated losses Age dependent Weight loss of i.
Superficial mycosis: Combinations Glycopeptides 50 Chapter 2 Table 2. Maximal dose: Implicitly determine the serum level after 2 days. Sodium bicarbonate inactivates epinephrine and dopamine! The lines should be flushed between medications Minimum dose 0. Chin lift and jaw thrust are the first maneuvers performed in order to establish an open airway. E ratio approximately 1: Table 4. Table 5. Tovar 6. Skin flaps are tissues that the surgeon tries to keep alive in contrast to skin grafts that are dead tissues that the surgeon tries to bring alive.
The following plasties are recommended: They include all or only parts of the skin and can be full-thickness or split-thickness.
This leads to a reduction of access trauma, thereby reducing surgical complications, accelerating recovery, and improving cosmesis. In order to succeed in this task, it is necessary to gain visual access to the operating site via scopes and operating access for the instruments via working ports. Arteries 1 aorta, 2 pulmonary trunk, 3 pulmonary artery, 4 brachiocephalic trunk, 5 subclavian artery, 6 common carotid artery, 7 celiac trunk, 8 liac artery, 9 accessory renal artery, 10 superior mesenteric artery, 11 femoral artery.
Veins 12 superior vena cava, 13 brachiocephalic vein, 14 azygos vein, 15 inferior vena cava, 16 superior mesenteric vein, 17 portal vein, 18 femoral vein, 19 renal vein. Organs 20 heart, left ventricle, 21 heart, right ventricle, 22 heart, left atrium, 23 heart, right atrium, 24 trachea, 25 main bronchi, 26 lung, 27 thymus, 28 esophagus, 29 diaphragm, 30 liver, 31 stomach, 32 spleen, 33 pancreas, 34 duodenum, 35 jejunum, 36 colon, 37 rectum, 38 adrenal gland, 39 kidney, 40 urinary bladder.
Musculosceletal 41 humeral bone, 42 rib, 43 sternum, 44 vertebra, 45 scapula, 46 sacrum, 47 ilium, 48 acetabulum, 49 femoral head, 50 psoatic muscle. Copyright Dr. Wolf, Dr. Strautz, Dept. Guidelines indicating the ilium thickness 1a, 1b and defining the acetabulum 2, 3 are shown Table 8. The main problem of ultrasonographic examinations is that many physicians are not adequately trained, leading to a lot of falsepositive and false-negative results.
The false-positive findings lead to further unnecessary examinations, such as a CT scan, which exposes the patient to irradiation and increases costs. The false-negative findings delay diagnosis. Table 8. In cases where one or the other is lacking, early transfer of the patient to a different center is necessary.
The estimated number of unreported cases is high. Child abuse affects children of all socioeconomic, ethnic, and religious boundaries. There is no gender preponderance. It occurs at any age, but infants and toddler have a higher risk than older children.
Each category requires its own individual approach to diagnosis and management but concomitant forms are common. Table Physical findings should be described in objective terminology and color photographic documentation should be used. The initial painting with antiseptics abolishes all vegetative organisms, but during the procedure further baceteria emanate from the pilosebaceous unit.
These can infect a shunt system. In recent years they have sometimes been recognized on prenatal scans. Early and well-informed counseling is an important start to the comprehensive, multidisciplinary plan of management, which will often extend throughout childhood into early adult life.
Classification Clefts of the primary palate involve the lip and alveolus whereas secondary palate clefts involve the hard and soft palates. Clefts can be incomplete or complete, unilateral or bilateral. Left-sided clefts are more frequent than right-sided ones and boys are more often affected than girls.
The professionals involved are: The hilar nodes are allocated along the main bronchi. Therefore, a longitudinal periosteal incision is performed using a diathermy knife, in the middle of the 5th rib.
The upper half of the periosteum is mobilized step by step from the rib starting dorsally and moving ventrally Fig. Minimally invasive methods are more accepted nowadays but do not always offer the expected result. Compared to the minimally invasive technique, the Ravitch—Welsh—Rehbein method is a more radical approach and its acceptance is limited.
Especially in mixed forms pectus carinatum and excavatum the techniques may be combined resection of rib cartilage in the carinatum area and elevation using the retrosternal bar in the excavatum area. If tension prevents complete approximation, a patch e. Artificial patches may be useful e. Intubation should be avoided especially when high-grade stenosis is suspected because of the risk of complete obstruction due to mucosal swelling.
Examination under conditions for urgent tracheotomy. Central cysts are of early embryonic origin. Respiratory bronchioles and distended alveoli may be present between these cysts. Tovar The left lobe of the liver and the spleen may also be involved.
Steps shown in Fig. Rather believe in the mother than in your own hands. Pyocele Infected hydrocele with putrid content Fig. Protection with plastic foliage prevents desiccation Lateral position with support provided for the prolapsed viscera Intravenous access for substitution of fluid losses Transport in heated incubator Rectal irrigation with warm sterile 0.
Schuster plasty Operation: Amnion-Vicryl as peritoneal substitute Operation: Y-Roux, and omega with a side-to-side anastomosis Fig. Smith1, Zacharias Zachariou2 An operation is necessary only if spontaneous closure fails Fig. The catheter is removed for 8—12 h and then reinserted into the smaller fistula Chapter 21 The cecum is in the left abdomen near the spleen Malrotation II: The colon is behind the duodenum and the superior mesenteric artery c Malrotation I: The cecum typically resides in a subhepatic position in the right hypochondrium, the duodenojejunal flexure to the right of the midline and the superior mesenteric b a Nonrotation: The duodenum and small intestine remain in the right abdomen; the cecum and colon, on the left Organ Embryonic intestine blood supply Table The cyst and mucosa must be removed followed by closure of the esophageal wall.
Most are located along the greater curvature.
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