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Trachea and Lung Surgery in Childhood

  • Peter Wurnig

Part of the Progress in Pediatric Surgery book series (PEDIATRIC, volume 21)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-X
  2. B. Minnigerode, H. G. Richter
    Pages 1-7
  3. M. Marcovich, F. Pollauf, K. Burian
    Pages 8-19
  4. R. N. P. Berkovits, E. J. van der Schans, J. C. Molenaar
    Pages 20-28
  5. R. N. P. Berkovits, N. M. A. Bax, E. J. van der Schans
    Pages 36-46
  6. S. E. Haugen, T. Kufaas, S. Svenningsen
    Pages 47-49
  7. T. A. Angerpointner, W. Stelter, K. Mantel, W. Ch. Hecker
    Pages 64-71
  8. K. Gdanietz, K. Vorpahl, G. Piehl, A. Höck
    Pages 86-97
  9. M. Leijala, I. Louhimo
    Pages 98-106
  10. E. Horcher, F. Helmer
    Pages 107-111
  11. M. R. Becker, F. Schindera, W. A. Maier
    Pages 112-117
  12. W. Tischer, H. Reddemann, P. Herzog, K. Gdanietz, J. Witt, P. Wurnig et al.
    Pages 118-135
  13. N. Augustin, S. Hofmann-v. Kap-herr, P. Wurnig
    Pages 136-144
  14. Back Matter
    Pages 145-150

About this book

Introduction

With improvements in respirator therapy and intensive care, congenital malformations and various acquired pathologic deformities of the trachea or bronchi are more often observed than used to be the case. For a while it seemed that tracheostomy would be unnecessary, but it has since become quite clear that severe disturbance of the trachea would be the outcome owing to primary or secondary pathologic changes that had not been given adequate consideration previous. These changes can lead to urgent life-threatening episodes or definite mutilation for the rest of the child's life. Tracheal surgery thus repre­ sents a new and special challenge for the pediatric surgeon. A solution to these serious problems must be found and merits discussion. Further­ more, it seems worthwhile to review cases of surgical pulmonary dis­ eases, except for the already widely discussed problems ofempyemas or bronchiectasis. P. WURNIG, Vienna Contents Pathophysiology of Subglottic Tracheal Stenosis in Childhood. B.MINNIGERODE and H.G.RICHTER. With2Figures 1 Subglottic Stenosis in Newborns After Mechanical Ventilation. M.MARCOVICH, F.POLLAUF, and K.BURIAN. With 3 Figures ... 8 Treatment of Congenital Cricoid Stenosis. R.N. P. BERKOVITS, E.J. VAN DER SCHANS, and J. C. MOLENAAR. With 7 Figures . . .. 20 Surgical Correction of Laryngotracheal Stenoses in Children. E. HOF. With 6 Figures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 29 Surgical Treatment of Congenital Laryngotracheo-oesophageal Cleft. R.N.P.BERKOVITS, N.M.A.BAX, and E.J. VAN DER SCHANS.

Keywords

childhood children intensive care lead lung mechanical ventilation newborn outcome pathophysiology physiology respirator surgery therapy treatment ventilation

Editors and affiliations

  • Peter Wurnig
    • 1
  1. 1.Chirurgische AbteilungMautner Markhof’schen Kinderspitals der Stadt WienWienAustria

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-71665-2
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1987
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-71667-6
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-71665-2
  • Series Print ISSN 0079-6654
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