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Fully revised and updated, this popular text offers expanded information on ICDs and CRT devices, with more focused bibliographies, enhanced figures and additional examples and tables, ensuring that this book is even better than ...
Fully revised and updated, this popular text offers expanded information on ICDs and CRT devices, with more focused bibliographies, enhanced figures and additional examples and tables, ensuring that this book is even better than the last edition. As with the previous edition, the chapters are organized in the sequence of the evaluation of an actual patient, making it an effective and practical guide.
The book contains black-and-white illustrations.
"This book is essential in providing up-to-date and concise information for physicians who want the knowledge and skills to manage patients." (Doody's, November 2008)
1 Indications for permanent and temporary cardiac pacing: Robert W Peters (University of Maryland), Pugazhendhi Vijayaraman (Geisinger Medical Center, Pennsylvania), Kenneth A Ellenbogen (Virginia Commonwealth University).
2 Basic concepts of pacing: Joshua M Cooper (University of Pennsylvania), G Neal Kay (University of Alabama at Birmingham).
3 Hemodynamics of cardiac pacing and pacing mode selection: Bruce S Stambler (Case Western Reserve University), Dwight W Reynolds (University of Oklahoma).
4 Temporary cardiac pacing: Mark A Wood (Virginia Commonwealth University).
5 Techniques of pacemaker implantation and removal: Joseph E Marine (Johns Hopkins University), Jeffrey A Brinker (Johns Hopkins University).
6 Pacemaker timing cycles: Paul J Wang (Stanford University), Amin Al-Ahmad (Stanford University), David L Hayes (Mayo Clinic).
7 Evaluation and management of pacing system malfunctions: Suneet Mittal (Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons).
8 The implantable cardioverter defi brillator: Frank A Cuoco (Medical University of South Carolina), Michael R Gold (Medical University of South Carolina).
9 Cardiac resynchronization therapy: Michael O Sweeney (Harvard Medical School).
10 ICD follow-up and troubleshooting: Sumeet S Chugh (Oregon Health and Science University), Mark A Wood (Virginia Commonwealth University).
11 Follow-up assessments of the pacemaker patient: Mark H Schoenfeld (Yale University School of Medicine), Mark L Blitzer (Yale University School of Medicine).