Readership: Trainee and consultant anaesthetists with an interest in ophthalmic anaesthesia.
Edited by Chandra Kumar, Senior Consultant in Anaesthesia and Professor of Anaesthesia, Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, Singapore, Chris Dodds, Consultant Anaesthetist and Professor of Anaesthesia, The James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough, UK, and Steven Gayer, Professor of Anesthesiology and Ophthalmology, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, Miller School of Medicine, University of Miami, USA
Professor Chandra Kumar is a Senior Consultant in Anaesthesia and Professor of Anaesthesia, Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, Singapore. His interests include ophthalmic, regional, elderly
and colorectal anaesthesia. He has edited six textbooks and published widely in peer review journals. He has lectured and conducted master classes on ophthalmic regional anaesthesia worldwide for the World Congress of Anaesthesiology, the American Academy of Ophthalmology, and the AAGBI, amongst others. He founded the British Ophthalmic Anaesthesia Society is also examiner for the Final FFARCSI examinations for The College of Anaesthetists, Dublin and Final Part of European Diploma in Regional Anaesthesia.
Professor Chris Dodds is a consultant anaesthetist and professor of anaesthesia based the James Cook University Hospital. He is a former vice president of the Royal
College of Anaesthetists and a former president of the British Ophthalmic Anaesthesia society.
Dr. Steven Gayer is Professor of both Anesthesiology and Ophthalmology at the University of Miami School of Medicine's renowned Bascom Palmer Eye Institute. He is former president of the Ophthalmic Anesthesia Society and is the author of the American Society of Anesthesiologists' Refresher Course on orbital anaesthesia. In addition to his numerous papers and editorials in the field, he has lectured, chaired meetings, conducted expert panels, and held workshops on ophthalmic anaesthesia throughout the world.
"Experience with eye procedures is an important aspect of the practice of anesthesia in general. This book succinctly provides, in an easy to read and carry format, that knowledge. An international group of chapter authors, including some with outstanding credentials, has been assembled to provide a broad perspective of the subject. This is a convenient handbook can easily be covered, carried, and mastered during trainees' short rotations on the ophthalmic anesthesia service, and it can serve as a quick reference for others caring for eye patients." - Doody's Review
1: History of ophthalmic anaesthesia
2: Anatomical considerations
3: Ocular physiology relevant to ophthalmic anaesthesia
4: Pharmacology for ophthalmic anaesthesia
5: Pre-operative assessment and preparation
6: Needle based orbital regional anaesthesia for adult ophthalmic surgery
7: Cannula based sub-Tenon's block for adult ophthalmic surgery
8: Ophthalmic topical anaesthesia
9: Monitored sedation for ophthalmic surgery
10: Anaesthesia for oculoplastic surgical procedures
11: General anaesthesia for adult ophthalmic surgery
12: Anaesthetic considerations in the elderly
13: Anaesthesia for paediatric ophthalmic surgery
14: Anaesthesia for glaucoma surgery
15: Anaesthesia for vitreo-retinal (VR) surgery
16: Anaesthesia for adult strabismus surgery
17: Anaesthesia for adult corneal transplant surgery
18: Anaesthesia for tumour surgery
19: Anaesthesia for ocular trauma
20: Retained visual sensations during ophthalmic surgery under regional anaesthesia
21: Complications of ophthalmic regional anaesthesia
22: Patient positioning for eye surgery
23: Post-operative management
24: Future developments