1. Ischemic Heart Disease 2. Valvular Heart Disease 3. Congenital Heart Disease 4. Abnormalities of Cardiac Conduction and Cardiac Rhythm 5. Systemic and Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension 6. Heart Failure and Cardiomyopathies 7. Pericardial Disease and Cardiac Trauma 8. Vascular Disease 9. Respiratory Diseases 10. Diseases Affecting the Brain 11. Spinal Cord Disorders 12. Diseases of the Autonomic and Peripheral Nervous Systems 13. Diseases of the Liver and Biliary Tract 14. Diseases of the Gastrointestinal System 15. Inborn Errors of Metabolism 16. Nutritional Diseases: Obesity and Malnutrition 17. Renal Disease 18. Fluid, Electrolyte and Acid-Base Disorders 19. Endocrine Disease 20. Hematologic Disorders 21. Skin and Musculoskeletal Diseases 22. Infectious Diseases 23. Cancer 24. Diseases Related to Immune System Dysfunction 25. Psychiatric Disease, Substance Abuse, and Drug Overdose 26. Pregnancy-Associated Diseases 27. Pediatric Diseases 28. Geriatric Disorders
"In this, their second stint as editors, Drs Hines and Marschall have retained their previous 'winning formula' by producing a comprehensive reference base of common and some less common diseases in a highly structured and easily read format...This textbook delivers a wealth of information on coexisting disease including recently updated guidelines and recommendations on various medical conditions often encountered in the perioperative period...this is an excellent and well-written edition of Stoelting's popular textbook, which covers the major aspects of coexisting disease in surgical? patients...The range and depth of topics presented and discussed in this edition will ensure that it remains a valued resource and, ideally, it should be readily available to all staff (and students) involved in the delivery of anaesthesia."
British Journal of Anaesthesia, March 2013
"This remains a readable and informative book that will be useful to trainees and experienced clinicians alike. This edition has a few new authors and provides updated treatment algorithms and recommendations for care."- David Glick, MD, MBA (University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine) Doody rating!