Diagnostic and Interventional Catheterization in Congenital Heart Disease / Edition 2by James E. Lock
Pub. Date: 09/30/1999
Publisher: Springer US
The field of cardiac catheterization for congenital heart disease is n earing the end of a period of rapid expansion, change, and diversifica tion. Now is a good time to identify and assess many of these changes. This retrospective view serves more purposes than self-congratulation : it allows a clearer prediction of where the field is likely to go, a nd how it… See more details below
The field of cardiac catheterization for congenital heart disease is n earing the end of a period of rapid expansion, change, and diversifica tion. Now is a good time to identify and assess many of these changes. This retrospective view serves more purposes than self-congratulation : it allows a clearer prediction of where the field is likely to go, a nd how it gets there. The first and most obvious change is the continu ed rapid growth of Catheter-directed interventional procedures.
Table of ContentsContributing Authors. Preface. Acknowledgements. The Surgeon's Perspective; J.E. Mayer Jr. 1. Evaluation and Management Prior to Catheterization; J.E. Lock. 2. Manual Techniques of Cardiac Catheterization: Vessel Entry (Percutaneous, Cutdown, Umbilical, Transhepatic) Catheter Manipulation, Catheter and Wire Modification; S.B. Perry. 3. Hemodynamic Evaluation of Congenital Heart Disease: J.F. Keane, J.E. Lock. 4. Angiography of Congenital Heart Disease; T. Chung, P.E. Burrows. 5. Catheter Intervention: Balloon Angioplasty: Experimental Studies Technology and Methodology in Pulmonary Artery Stenosis, Coarctation, Obstructed Conduits, Stenotic Pulmonary Veins and Superior Vena Cavae, Collaterals, others); P. Moore, J.E. Lock. 6. Catheter Intervention: Balloon Valvotomy; (Technology: Methodology in Valvar Pulmonary, Aortic and Mitral Stenoses, others); S.B. Yeager, et al. 7. Defect Closure: Umbrella Devices (Technology, Methodology in Atrial Septal Defect, Ventricular Septal Defect, Fenestrated Fontan, PDA, others; A.P. Rocchini, J.E. Lock. 8. Defect Closure - Coils Embolization, (Technology, Methodology in Aorto Pulmonary and Venous Collaterals; PDA; Coronary Arteriovenous fistulae: shunts, others); J.J. Rome, S.B. Perry. 9. Stents: (Technology, Methodology in Pulmonary Artery stenoses, obstructions in homografts, veins and arteries; coarctation of Aorta, others); J. Kreutzer, S.B. Perry. 10. Other Catheterization Laboratory Techniques and Interventions: Atrial Septal Defect creation (Balloon, Blade): Biopsy, Exercise, Pericardial Drainage, Drugs, Fenestration dilation/creation, Transseptal, Others; P. Lang. 11. Catheterization of the Adult Patient with Congenital Heart Disease; M.J. Landzberg. 12. Anesthesia in the Catheterization Laboratory; P.C. Laussen, D.D. Hansen. 13. Specific Lesions &endash; How to Catheterize Tetralogy of Fallot, Pulmonary Atresia with IVS, Single Ventricle (pre and post Fontan), others; J.F. Keane. 14. Intracardiac Electrophysiologic Studies; E.P. Walsh. 15. Echocardiography in the Catheterization Laboratory; M.E. Van der Velde. 16. Index.
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