3 edition of Therapeutic Bronchoscopy (Lung Biology in Health and Disease) found in the catalog.
Therapeutic Bronchoscopy (Lung Biology in Health and Disease)
Atul C. Mehta
September 1, 2008
by Informa Healthcare
Written in English
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Gustav Killian, 60 known as the “father of bronchoscopy,” was the first to perform bronchoscopy in to examine the airways and remove a foreign body. He used a rigid endoscope to remove an aspirated pork bone from the right main bronchus. Chevalier Jackson of Philadelphia later modified the rigid bronchoscope (RB) in by adding a direct ocular mechanism, suction tube, and . Unexplained hemoptysis and pneumonia were among the most common indications for bronchoscopy in the present study, both have also been reported as indication for flexible bronchoscopy in other.
Therapeutic bronchoscopy for malignant central airway obstruction is essentially a palliative intervention, since most patients have advanced disease that is incurable. Although therapeutic bronchoscopy in this setting may indeed prolong life modestly for some patients (eg, enable them to get off the ventilator), the majority of patients. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (ix, pages) Contents: Bronchoscopy in the new millennium / Teruomi Miyazawa --Infection control and radiation safety in the bronchoscopy suite / Prasoon Jain and Atul C. Mehta --Examination of the larynx through the flexible bronchoscope / Arthur W. Sung --Applied anatomy of the airways / Ko-Pen Wang, .
Bronchoscopy is frequently performed both as a diagnostic and therapeutic maneuver in the intensive care unit (ICU), wherein a flexible endoscope is threaded into the airways. The bronchoscope has a fiberoptic light source and suction channels as well as cables allowing the tip of the device to be flexed and retroflexed in one plane (Figure T1 - Bronchoscopy. AU - Hertz, Marshall I. AU - Gustafson, Paul. PY - /1/1. Y1 - /1/1. N2 - Flexible fiberoptic bronchoscopy (FFB) is an important tool in the diagnostic and therapeutic armamentarium of the critical care practitioner. In this chapter the indications, contraindications, and complications of FFB are discussed.
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Diagnostic & Therapeutic Flexible Bronchoscopy Flexible bronchoscopy is a common procedure used to determine the causes of abnormal chest x-rays and chest CAT scans. Bronchoscopy is combined with topical and intravenous anesthesia.
With bronchoscopy, Therapeutic Bronchoscopy book physician can perform different kinds of biopsies, including lung biopsy and lymph node biopsy. Bronchoscopy is well-established as an essential diagnostic procedure in lung disease.
However, its role in therapy is more recent and controversial and not covered in existing texts. This comprehensive textbook will cover all aspects of rigid and fiberoptic bronchoscopy, from technique and applied pathology to treatment of lung cancer with 5/5(1).
The revolutionary design of the BF-1TH bronchoscope, powered by EVIS EXERA III, advances therapeutic bronchoscopy with outstanding handling, improved functionality, and unmatched image quality.
Key Benefits. Rotary Function. Therapeutic Bronchoscopy Special Considerations Flexible Bronchoscopy is an ideal training manual for all respiratory and pulmonary physicians, as well as trainees and residents working in the field of respiratory medicine, who need to develop the skill of interventional bronchoscopy.
Therapeutic Bronchoscopy Special Considerations Flexible Bronchoscopy is an ideal training manual for all respiratory and pulmonary physicians, as well as trainees and residents working in the field of respiratory medicine, who need to develop the skill of interventional bronchoscopy/5(4).
About this book. In this fourth edition of the popular Flexible Bronchoscopy, which has been revised and updated throughout, the world's leading specialists discuss the technical and procedural aspects of performing diagnostic and therapeutic bronchoscopy.
Four new chapters have been added, taking into account new developments in EBUS and. New chapters focusing on diagnostic techniques now include Invasive Diagnostic Imaging and Image-Guided Interventions and Positron Emission Tomography, and a new chapter on Therapeutic Bronchoscopy highlights the interventional role of pulmonologists.
Embedded videos feature thoracoscopy, therapeutic bronchoscopy, volumetric chest CT scans, and. books. He has been regularly contributing to Medicine updates & Post Graduate Medicine. He has been honored by Indian Chest THERAPEUTIC BRONCHOSCOPY, 9. RIGID BRONCHOSCOPY, ENDOBRONCHIAL ULTRASOUND (EBUS), 86 Contents.
AN INTRODUCTION TO BRONCHOSCOPY BRONCHOSCOPY. Flexible bronchoscopy is indicated for diagnostic or therapeutic reasons. These are discussed in the followings sections. Guidelines on the indications and contraindications of flexible bronchoscopy can be found at the British Thoracic Society.
Diagnostic indications — There are. Bronchoscopy is a technique of directly visualizing the inside of the airways in the lung for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes. A bronchoscope is inserted into the airways through the nose, mouth, or tracheostomy.
Therapeutic use includes a number of procedures for acute or chronic situations for the treatment of tumors, air leaks, drug application, removal of foreign bodies, and removal of.
Minimally invasive diagnostic and therapeutic approaches in medicine have been applied for a more selective and tailored approach to reduce patients' morbidity and mortality.
The efficacy of interventional pulmonology for palliation of patients with central airways obstruction has been established and its curative potential for intralesional treatment of early cancer has raised great interest.
Several therapeutic bronchoscopy techniques are available using flexible or rigid bronchoscope to achieve these goals. The choice of technique depends on the underlying cause, type of obstruction, severity of CAO and availability of the instruments and expertise.
Flexible bronchoscopy allows visual inspection of the airways and can be used for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. Indications for diagnostic bronchoscopy are abundant and include evaluation of symptoms such as cough or haemoptysis, evaluation of clinical findings such as suspected malignancy or pneumonia of unknown aetiology and early detection of lung cancer.
Diagnostic Bronchoscopy Therapeutic Bronchoscopy; Identify causes of pneumonia, recurrent disease processes, masses or nodules in the area of the chest and lungs (following an. Bronchoscopy has evolved to play a pivotal role in the diagnosis and treatment of many diseases and conditions.
The further development of new techniques and equipment will only add to the importance of this diagnostic and therapeutic modality. The development of interventional bronchoscopy has led to a “rediscovery” of rigidbronchoscopy skills among pulmonary physicians.
Bronchoscopy is a procedure to look directly at the airways in the lungs using a thin, lighted tube (bronchoscope). The bronchoscope is put in the nose or mouth. Laser therapy or radiation treatment for bronchial tumors Placement of a small tube (stent) to keep an airway open (stent placement).
Acute lobar atelectasis: a prospective comparison of fiberoptic bronchoscopy and respiratory therapy. Am Rev Respir Dis ; – Papazian, L, Colt, HG, Scemama, F, Martin, C, Gouin, F.
Effects of consecutive protected specimen brushing and bronchoalveolar lavage on gas exchange and hemodynamics in ventilated patients. In this fourth edition of the popular Flexible Bronchoscopy, which has beenrevised and updated throughout, the worlds leading specialists discuss the technical and procedural aspects of performing diagnostic and therapeutic bronchoscopy.
Four new chapters have been added, taking into account new developments in EBUS and electromagnetic navigation. Bronchoscopy is a procedure in which a hollow, flexible tube called a bronchoscope is inserted into the airways through the nose or mouth to provide a view of the tracheobronchial tree.
It can also be used to collect bronchial and/or lung secretions and to perform tissue biopsy. Description: While this comprehensive introduction to bronchoscopy resembles many books, both current and older, that cover the same spectrum of diagnostic and interventional clinical pulmonology, this one provides updates on newer fiber optic instruments and ultrasonic technologies.
As such, it is a suitable resource for beginners, though Price: $. Introduction to Bronchoscopy - edited by Armin Ernst January This case is of such peculiarity with respect to its diagnostic and therapeutic importance that a more extensive description seems Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.
Introduction to Bronchoscopy. Edited.Ost DE, Ernst A, Grosu HB, et al. Therapeutic bronchoscopy for malignant central airway obstruction: success rates and impact on dyspnea and quality of life. Chest ; /chest [PMC free article] [Google Scholar] Ost DE, Ernst A.Flexible fiberoptic bronchoscopy has replaced rigid bronchoscopy for virtually all diagnostic, and most therapeutic, indications.
Indications Rigid bronchoscopy is now used only when a wider aperture and channels are required for better visualization and instrumentation, such as when. Investigating vigorous pulmonary hemorrhage (in which the.