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  • Book Title: Practical Pediatric Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
  • ISBN 13: 9781444336498
  • ISBN 10: 1444336495
  • Author: George Gershman, Mike Thomson
  • Category: Medical
  • Category (general): Medical
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
  • Format & Number of pages: 254 pages, book
  • Synopsis: George Gershman, Mike Thomson. Figure 5.79 The endoscope is in proximal jejunum at 80cm to 100cm. recovery phase. ... In: Practical Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: The Fundamentals, (6th edn). pp. 37–60. Wiley- Blackwell, Oxford, UK. de ...

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Practical Pediatric Gastrointestinal Endoscopy

Practical Pediatric Gastrointestinal Endoscopy is the only text available that provides detailed instructions of all practical aspects of diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopic procedures in children.

It gives detailed descriptions of the investigation, diagnosis and therapeutic pediatric GI endoscopy treatments with special attention to the differences between instruments used for adults and for pediatric patients.

The advice is based on unique personal experience of thousands of endoscopic or colonoscopic procedures, written by a team of authors with experience in performing the diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopic procedures in children and infants of all ages.

The key points of each step are accompanied by easy-to-follow color diagrams and a comprehensive atlas of endoscopic images, illustrating both normal and abnormal pathology, aiding and perfecting diagnosis and treatment.

The step-by-step description of each procedure explains the purpose of each maneuvre, with much greater emphases on the practical aspects of diagnostics and therapeutic procedures to provide the best results and maximize patient safety. It looks at patient care before, during and after procedures and considers the new and less invasive Wireless Capsule Endoscopy options that will be less traumatic for the pediatric patient.

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Content:
Settings and staff / George Gershman
Video endoscope. how does it work / David Barlow
Pediatric procedural sedation for gastrointestinal endoscopy / Tom Kallay
Diagnostic upper GI endoscopy / George Gershman
Therapeutic upper GI endoscopy
Pediatric colonoscopy / George Gershman
Polypectomy / George Gershman
Chromoendoscopy / Alberto Ravelli
Endoscopic hemostasis of vareceal bleeding with polymeric glue / Mike Thomson
Endoscopic treatment of benign esophageal strictures with removable and or biodegradable stents / Yvan Vandenplas. [et al.]
Endoscopic application of mitomycin-c for intractable strictures / Mike Thomson
Colonoscopic imaging and endoluminal treatment of intraepithelial neoplasia. clinical advances / Mike Thomson and Paul Hurlstone
Endoscopic pancreato-cholangiography in children / Luigi Dall'Oglio, Paola De Angelis, Francesca Foschia
Pancreatic cysto-gastrostomy / Mike Thomson
Feasibility of confocal endomicroscopy in the diagnosis of pediatric gastrointestinal disorders / Mike Thomson and Krishnappa Venkatesh
Enteroscopy. double balloon; single balloon enteroscopy / Mike Thomson
Endoluminal gastroplication / Mike Thomson.

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

ISBNPlus ID: LOC.V40.353041-1-3491643
Nature: Bibliographies
Form: Nonfiction
Dewey Decimal: 618.92/3307545
Released Date: 20120502

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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell | 2007-01-09 | 216 pages | ISBN:1405131934 | 3.3 MB


Practical Pediatric Gastrointestinal Endoscopy is the only text available that provides detailed instructions of all practical aspects of diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopic procedures in children.

It gives detailed descriptions of the investigation, diagnosis and therapeutic pediatric GI endoscopy treatments with special attention to the differences between instruments used for adults and for pediatric patients.

The advice is based on unique personal experience of thousands of endoscopic or colonoscopic procedures, written by a team of authors with experience in performing the diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopic procedures in children and infants of all ages.

The key points of each step are accompanied by easy-to-follow color diagrams and a comprehensive atlas of endoscopic images, illustrating both normal and abnormal pathology, aiding and perfecting diagnosis and treatment.

The step-by-step description of each procedure explains the purpose of each maneuvre, with much greater emphases on the practical aspects of diagnostics and therapeutic procedures to provide the best results and maximize patient safety. It looks at patient care before, during and after procedures and considers the new and less invasive Wireless Capsule Endoscopy options that will be less traumatic for the pediatric patient.

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Pediatric Colonoscopy - Practical Pediatric Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, Second Edition - Gershman - Wiley Online Library

7. Pediatric Colonoscopy Summary

A colonoscopy is a challenging procedure for both novice and veteran endoscopists. The biggest obstacle is a relatively high prevalence of an abnormal fixation of the descending, and to a lesser extent, the ascending colon which makes a colonoscopy far more difficult and, occasionally impossible, to complete even for experts.

However, an experienced endoscopist is capable of managing the majority of cases successfully by using precise techniques and an “intuitive” sense of the “upstream” colon, acquired during years of practice. In contrast, beginners often create problems for themselves by resorting to inappropriate maneuvers, thereby transforming the colon into a twisted, distended, and rigid tube.

This chapter is designed to minimize these “painful” mistakes by a thorough discussion of several important topics including: indications, preparation, and specifics of procedural sedation, equipment, embryology of the colon, endoscopic anatomy, torque-steering technique, complications, and endoscopic characteristics of common, and some rare diseases.

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Practical Pediatric Gastrointestinal Endoscopy

Practical Pediatric Gastrointestinal Endoscopy

Practical Pediatric Gastrointestinal Endoscopy is the only text available that provides detailed instructions of all practical aspects of diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopic procedures in children.

It gives detailed descriptions of the investigation, diagnosis and therapeutic pediatric GI endoscopy treatments with special attention to the differences between instruments used for adults and for pediatric patients.

The advice is based on unique personal experience of thousands of endoscopic or colonoscopic procedures, written by a team of authors with experience in performing the diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopic procedures in children and infants of all ages.

The key points of each step are accompanied by easy-to-follow color diagrams and a comprehensive atlas of endoscopic images, illustrating both normal and abnormal pathology, aiding and perfecting diagnosis and treatment.

The step-by-step description of each procedure explains the purpose of each maneuvre, with much greater emphases on the practical aspects of diagnostics and therapeutic procedures to provide the best results and maximize patient safety. It looks at patient care before, during and after procedures and considers the new and less invasive Wireless Capsule Endoscopy options that will be less traumatic for the pediatric patient.

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Practical Gastrointestinal Endoscopy has become the basic primer for endoscopy around the world. This new edition has been thoroughly revised and updated. Drawing on the vast experience of the authors it provides clear and practical guidance on the fundamentals of standard endoscopy practice. It describes procedures in great depth and addresses improved therapeutic techniques and advances in technology.

The book is well illustrated throughout with color line drawings and diagrams. It is an indispensable resource for all trainees in gastroenterology and essential read for all practising endoscopists who are interested in improving their techniques.

Peter Cotton is Professor of Medicine, and Director of the Digestive Disease Center, at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston.
He was born and educated in England, where his father was a rural family physician. He graduated in 1963 from Cambridge University and St. Thomas Hospital Medical School (London). During a year of bench research as part of his GI training, he came across a paper describing the first fiberoptic gastroscope with a biopsy capability. The instrument was acquired, and a career was born. He developed the Endoscopy Laboratory at St. Thomas’ Hospital whilst still officially in training, and wrote many of the first European papers on the use of endoscopy in the investigation of dyspepsia, bleeding and other contexts.
After a 6 month spell in Iran (during which he introduced endoscopy to the Middle East), he went to Japan to see pioneer Kazuei Ogoshi cannulating the pancreatic duct, a huge breakthrough at a time before there were any abdominal scans. Believing the Japanese name for the procedure to be rather cumbersome, he coined the term Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangio Pancreatography, which has stuck. He brought ERCP back to England in 1971, and his first paper on the subject was published in January 1972.
In 1973 he was appointed to the faculty of the Middlesex Hospital and Medical School (London), where he worked closely with Surgical and Radiology colleagues to develop and evaluate the rapidly growing portfolio of endoscopic procedures. He initiated the first randomized controlled trials of laser therapy for bleeding, and other trials comparing endoscopic, radiologic and surgical approaches to biliary obstruction. There was strong emphasis on teaching, which attracted postgraduates from all over the world. He pioneered live endoscopy teaching workshops in 1975, and opened a video-conferencing center in 1982. With colleagues in London he developed the first computer-based endoscopy reporting system, and maintains a strong interest in the slow march towards paperless GI and endoscopic practice.
Dr. Cotton left England in 1986 to become Professor of Medicine and Chief of Endoscopy at Duke University in North Carolina. He developed a state of the art endoscopy center. He maintained his interests in teaching (mainly through live video courses), new techniques, and careful outcome evaluation. He moved to Charleston, South Carolina in 1994 to initiate the Digestive Disease Center.
The mission of the Digestive Disease Center is to provide multidisciplinary patient-friendly, cost-effective patient care, and to pursue the research and teaching necessary to enhance it. Approximately 40 full-time faculty from Gastroenterology, Surgery, Radiology, Oncology and other specialties work together. Dr Cotton has maintained his enthusiasm for teaching postgraduates, especially in ERCP, and many from overseas. He continues to practice consultative gastroenterology, focusing on pancreatic and biliary problems, and personally performs about 400 complex ERCP procedures each year.
Dr. Cotton has been active in many National and International organizations, and has given invited lectures and demonstrations in almost 50 countries. He helped to form the British Society for Digestive Endoscopy, became its President, and served the British Society of Gastroenterology as its vice president and treasurer. He was secretary of the European Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, and president of the Pancreatic Society of Great Britain. He was elected Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (London) in 1978, Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons (Glasgow) in 1997, and Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (London) in 2002. He has honorary memberships of the British Society of Gastroenterology, the Hong Kong Society for Digestive Endoscopy, and the South African Gastroenterology Society.
His long association with ASGE began in 1974 when he was invited to give the Roche keynote lecture at DDW. He and his group have made innumerable original presentations at ASGE, and participated as faculty in many postgraduate courses. He was given the 2004 ASGE Rudolph Schindler award for services to Endoscopy.
He has been on the editorial boards of 12 gastroenterology and endoscopy journals, and was the first international editor of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. His bibliography includes more than 800 publications, including 232 original contributions in peer reviewed journals. He has not been shy to express strong opinions in many editorials. His book, “Practical Gastrointestinal Endoscopy” (co-authored with Christopher Williams ) is a well-known teaching text. Now in its 5th Edition, (with CDRoms), it has been translated into 7 languages. He is involved with the educational website www.Gastrohep.com, where he has recently edited an innovative new ebook/annual on Advanced Digestive Endoscopy.

Christopher Williams is Consultant Physician in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy at St. Mark's and Northwick Park Hospitals in London, England. He is Director (with Brian Saunders) of the Wolfson Unit for Endoscopy and its associated Kennedy Leigh Academic Centre. This focuses on development of new approaches to colonoscopy, its teaching, and aspects of colorectal cancer prevention. He has private practice at the London Clinic and is Honorary Consultant at several other hospitals.
The son of two physicians, Christopher Williams was born in 1938 in Norwich, England. From 1940 to 1944 he stayed with a medical family in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, as a war evacuee. His pre-clinical education and physiology degree was at Oxford University. He qualified from University College Hospital, London where he did internships, with medical residencies, there and at other leading London Hospitals.
In 1970 Dr Williams moved to St Mark's Hospital as Senior Resident, to work with the distinguished gastroenterologist Professor John Lennard-Jones. Following a Research Fellowship at St Mark's, the post of Consultant Physician in GI Endoscopy was created in 1975, between St Mark's and St Bartholomew's Hospitals. He conducted pediatric colonoscopy at St Bartholomew's, the Hospital for Sick Children, and the Royal Free Hospital.
Since 1970 Christopher Williams has had experience of most forms of GI endoscopy, especially colonoscopy and polypectomy (around 35,000 procedures), a field in which he has taught, published, demonstrated, and lectured widely. He has written numerous articles on colonoscopy, colonic neoplasia, and related topics, and is co-author (with Peter Cotton) or editor of five books relating to the colon and endoscopy. He gave the endoscopy Foundation Lectures of the British Society of Gastroenterology in 1976 and 1996, and was Endoscopy Vice-President of the Society in 1987.
In 1999 Dr Williams was elected Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in recognition of his work on colonoscopy. His particular interests include teaching and television teaching of colonoscopy, and the application of new approaches and technology to facilitate the technique. This has included development of the hot-biopsy forceps, variable-stiffness colonoscope, 3-D-imager technology, and computer simulation.

Robert 'Rob' Hawes is Professor of Medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, USA, and is an adjunct Professor of Bioengineering at Clemson University.
He was born in 1954 in Berkley, California, and some attribute his 'radical' nature to his place of birth. His father was professor of theatre and drama at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, where he learned to love the game of basketball, hung out in the quarries made famous by the movie Breaking Away and, under the tutelage of his father, learned to project his voice to the far reaches of the universe.
His undergraduate education and medical training were completed at Indiana University. He went on to obtain his internal medicine training at Indiana University followed by a gastroenterology fellowship at the same institution. He joined the faculty at Indiana University in 1985 and was extremely fortunate to receive an immediate sabbatical to spend a year training with Peter Cotton at The Middlesex Hospital in London, UK, where he refined his skills in ERCP and laser therapies. He remained on faculty at Indiana University from 1985 until 1994, during which time he was promoted from assistant to associate and ultimately to full professor. In 1994, he joined Peter Cotton to help establish a comprehensive Digestive Disease Center at the Medical University of South Carolina.
Rob Hawes' fundamental interest is diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy. Three areas of special interest include pancreaticobiliary endoscopy, endoscopic ultrasound and experimental endoscopic procedures.
Dr Hawes has served on the Governing Board of the American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy and is vice-chairman of the Investigation Review Board at the Medical University of South Carolina.

Dr Brian Saunders is Senior Lecturer and Honorary Consultant Physician at St Mark's and Northwick Park Hospitals, and is head of the hospital's newly formed Academic Department of Endoscopy. His main research interests include therapeutic colonoscopy, endoscopy teaching, and the development and evaluation of novel endoscopic technology.
Brian Saunders qualified in medicine from University College Hospital, London in 1988. He trained in General Medicine in the North East of England and in Gastroenterology in London at St Mark's, Guy's, and Lewisham Hospitals. In 1996 he completed his MD thesis on Advances in Colonoscopic Practice and was also awarded the Hopkin's Endoscopy Prize from the British Society of Gastroenterology.

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Practical Pediatric Gastrointestinal Endoscopy

Practical Pediatric Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
By George Gershman, Marvin Ament

Practical Pediatric Gastrointestinal Endoscopy is the only text available that provides detailed instructions of all practical aspects of diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopic procedures in children.

It gives detailed descriptions of the investigation, diagnosis and therapeutic pediatric GI endoscopy treatments with special attention to the differences between instruments used for adults and for pediatric patients.

The advice is based on unique personal experience of thousands of endoscopic or colonoscopic procedures, written by a team of authors with experience in performing the diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopic procedures in children and infants of all ages.

The key points of each step are accompanied by easy-to-follow color diagrams and a comprehensive atlas of endoscopic images, illustrating both normal and abnormal pathology, aiding and perfecting diagnosis and treatment.

The step-by-step description of each procedure explains the purpose of each maneuvre, with much greater emphases on the practical aspects of diagnostics and therapeutic procedures to provide the best results and maximize patient safety. It looks at patient care before, during and after procedures and considers the new and less invasive Wireless Capsule Endoscopy options that will be less traumatic for the pediatric patient.

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