The monograph Recent advances of anesthesia in liver surgery authored by Dr. Broyana Naydenova Ivanova-Sabeva is concise expert review of the modern scientific literature that convincingly illustrates the advances of theory and practice of liver surgery-related anesthesia and analgesia. Anesthesia and analgesia are integral and mutually related components of surgery and advance simultaneously in order to meet the rising requirements of the new millennium.
The work is structured into eight chapters that include significant aspects of the applications of various methods and anesthetics worldwide.
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Chapter one. Applications of modern anesthesia in surgery - basic principles
Chapter two. Anesthesiologic aspects of human liver functions
Peculiarities of liver circulation
Effects of anesthesia and anesthetics on liver circulation
Chapter three. Types of anesthesia in contemporary liver resection and liver transplantation
Preoperative patients preparation for anesthesia in liver surgery
Total intravenous anesthesia
Chapter four. Modern anesthetics in contemporary liver surgery
Chapter five. Postoperative pain control in liver surgery
Chapter six. Modern anesthesiologic protocols in liver surgery
Chapter seven. Our experience with anesthesia in liver resections for colorectal metastases
Chapter eight. Modern trends in liver surgery anesthesia