Description: Written by well regarded experts, this is the fourth edition of one of the acknowledged standard references for cardiac device therapy.
Purpose: This book serves as key reference on the physiology of the native conduction system, indications for various device therapies, implantation techniques, and recommendations for clinical management.
Audience: It is intended for trainees in cardiology and electrophysiology as well as clinical practitioners involved in the implantation and management of cardiac devices.
Features: The book's four sections cover the basics of the devices and the technology used in them, the clinical concepts regarding the indication and use of these devices, techniques of implantation, and the follow-up and programming of pacemakers and implanted cardiac defibrillators.
Assessment: This is a comprehensive reference source for physicians in training and practitioners interested in electrophysiology and device management. It integrates information from multiple sources to yield one of the most detailed and helpful manuals about the how and why of cardiac device therapy.