Complications in gynaecological surgery
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Published by Springer in London .
Written in English


  • Generative organs, Female -- Surgery.,
  • Laparoscopic surgery.,
  • Genitalia, Female -- surgery.,
  • Gynecologic Surgical Procedures.,
  • Intraoperative Complications.,
  • Laparoscopy.,
  • Postoperative Complications.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Other titlesComplications in gynecological surgery
StatementPeter O"Donovan (ed.).
ContributionsO"Donovan, Peter J.
LC ClassificationsRG104 .C54 2008
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 141 p. :
Number of Pages141
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21321717M
ISBN 101846288827, 1846288835
ISBN 109781846288821, 9781846288838
LC Control Number2007925708

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Extensive gynecologic surgery often entails meticulous dissection near the bladder, rectum, ureters, and great vessels of the pelvis. Complications of gynecologic surgery include hemorrhage, infection, thromboembolism, and visceral damage. The risk of complications depends upon the extent and approach to surgery and patient characteristics. Each chapter follows a consistent plan, guiding the reader through each procedure from anatomy and indications to post-op considerations and complications. Beginning with a general introduction to the subject, Bonney's Gynaecological Surgery, 12th Edition teaches readers all about preparing for surgery. It covers the instruments and operative Cited by: Risk management is a relatively new process that can sometimes evoke feelings of suspicion among clinicians. Vincent C, Neale G, Woloshynowych M. Br Med J. Neale G, Woloshynowych M, Vincent C. J R Read more. Rating:: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.. Subjects: Generative organs, Female -- Surgery.; Laparoscopic surgery.; Genitalia, Female -- surgery.; . Pain after major gynaecological surgery may also point to the possibility of rare surgical complications. Viscus perforation may develop immediately after surgery or delayed and medical imaging would show free air in the abdomen.

Complications in Gynecological Surgery draws together in a single concise volume a number of recent and important developments in this area, with contributions from many experts of international standing. Based on personal evidence and cases, these leading figures of urogynecology provide a comprehensive guide to surgical preparation, procedure Format: Paperback. Get this from a library! Complications in gynaecological surgery. [Peter J O'Donovan;] -- Draws together a number of important developments in gynecological surgery. Based on personal evidence and cases, this title provides a comprehensive guide . Introduction. Any surgical procedure carries risks of complications. The risk of postoperative complications depends on individual characteristics, including: age, medical comorbidities, and functional status.() There has been a growing trend in the surgical literature to report mortality and morbidity after surgery with preoperative risk adjustment to facilitate meaningful Cited by: Surgery is a core element of the clinical practice of gynaecology. Bonney’s Gynaecological Surgery has been a firm favourite for gynaecological surgical practice since Specifically tailored for trainees in obstetrics and gynaecology the text focuses on the most commonly performed procedures.

Abstract. Complications of gynecological surgery are considerable and when reviewed in detail are almost frightening. There is no substitute for experience and intimate knowledge of the intricate pelvic structures in health and : Leroy R. Weekes, Shobhana Anil Gandhi, Anil Krishnakumar Gandhi.   About this book Firm favourite for gynaecological surgical practice since , extensively revised by leading gynaecological surgeons Providing information on reconstructive surgery, anaesthesia, information technology and audit, complications and quality. Cardiac complications. Perioperative myocardial infarction occurs in about 3% of patients undergoing noncardiac surgery, but this rate varies with different risk dial infarction often is a difficult diagnosis to make, because only 14% of patients who are found to have a myocardial infarction complain of chest by: The main purpose of this book is to address some important issues related to gynecologic laparoscopy. This book is unique in that it will review common, useful information about certain laparoscopic procedures, including technique and instruments, and then discuss common difficulties faced during each operation. Author(s): Atef Darwish.