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Overview

Along with a strong focus on patient care the new Hurst's The Heart includes a new look and organization. Each chapter has been systematically overhauled with an emphasis on streamlining the content for a focused presentation of the LATEST THERAPEUTIC STRATEGIES and the EVIDENCE-BASED DATA that support them. CLINICAL GUIDELINES are included to equip you with the critical information for optimal patient care in an increasingly time-pressured, cost/benefit environment.

The major changes that await you in the tenth edition of The Heart start with the dynamic new author team. Led by Valentin Fuster, Wayne Alexander and Robert A. O'Rourke, the editors have assembled an international group of thought leaders in cardiology who are distinguished not only by their academic prowess, but also by their clinical expertise. They know the latest treatment approaches because they practice them daily and document them here for you with precision.

The New 10th Edition of Hurst's The Heart is dramatically revised, and uniquely focused on the evolving demands of your daily practice:


  • WHAT'S NEW in the Tenth Edition
  • Expanded coverage of molecular biology of blood vessels and myocardium
  • More information on testing modalities—especially those related to nuclear myocardial perfusion imaging, MRI and PET
  • New emphasis on managing heart failure, including interventional techniques and new drug therapy strategies
  • Additional chapters on the biology of coronary heart disease
  • Expanded sections related to prevention, diagnosis and treatment
  • More emphasis on integrating the science of cardiac care with treatment
  • Easy-to-reference, evidence-based practice guidelines where appropriate
  • New insight on the human genome project and its implications
  • Techniques for clinical evaluation of the patient
  • Late-breaking reports on clinical trials
  • Heart disease in diabetics
  • New sections on nonsurgical interventions in cardial and peripheral vascular disease

About the Author:
NEW AUTHOR TEAM:
VALENTIN FUSTER, M.D. Ph.D
Director, The Zena and Michael A. Wiener Cardiovascular Institute Richard Gorlin, M.D./Heart Research Foundation Professor of Cardiology, Vice Chairman, Department of Medicine, The Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, New York
R. WAYNE ALEXANDER, M.D., Ph.D.
R. Bruce Logue Professor and Chair Department of Medicine Emory University School of Medicine Atlanta, Georgia
ROBERT A. O'ROURKE, M.D.
Charles Conrad Brown Distinguished Professor in Cardiovascular Disease University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio San Antonio, Texas
ROBERT ROBERTS, M.D.
Don W. Chapman Professor of Medicine and Chief of Cardiology Professor of Cell Biology, Molecular Physiology and Biophysics Director, Bugher Foundation Center for Molecular Biology in the Cardiovascular System Baylor College of Medicine Director, Specialized Center for Research in Heart Failure Houston, Texas
SPENCER B. KING III, M.D.
Professor of Medicine (Cardiology) Emory University School of Medicine Director, Interventional Cardiology Emory University Hospital Atlanta, Georgia
HEIN J.J. WELLENS, M.D.
Professor and Chairman of the Department of Cardiology Academic Hospital Maastricht Maastricht, The

"...substantial revision of the classic text, reflects the modern molecular focus of the new cardiology while providing concise information on diagnosis and therapy...includes chapters on myocardial infarction and gene therapy.

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Editorial Reviews

Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Jason A. Mitchell, MD (Ochsner Clinic Foundation)
Description: This well written, comprehensive cardiology textbook updates the previous edition of 2001.
Purpose: The authors provide an up-to-date cardiology textbook that emphasizes not only therapeutic strategies, but also the etiology, pathology, and altered physiology behind the disease states.
Audience: This book is appropriate for anyone involved in the care of patients with cardiovascular diseases including students, house officers, and staff cardiologists who need a comprehensive reference.
Features: The book, through its 16 parts and 108 chapters, covers the entire field of cardiology. New additions to this edition include genetics, new imaging technology, pulmonary hypertension, and advances in interventional cardiology. The ACC/AHA guidelines are emphasized throughout. The book is comprehensive, and at the same time easy to read. For example, chapter 73 deals with congenital heart disease and the use of new (MR, CT) imaging modalities, latest surgical treatments with diagrams, and clear explanations of the altered physiology. In addition, the book has its own Web site where chapters are continually updated as clinical trials are released.
Assessment: This is an outstanding textbook for general cardiology that can be highly recommended. This edition is justified in a rapidly evolving field such as cardiology. The Web site with its continually updated chapters will help to keep this information current.

4 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071422659
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 6/30/2004
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 11
  • Pages: 2200
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 3.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Valentin Fuster, MD
Director, Zena and Michael A. Wiener Cardiovascular Institute
Mount Sinai Medical Center
New York, NY

R. Wayne Alexander, MD
Chair, Department of Medicine
Emory University School of Medicine
Atlanta, GA

Robert A. O’Rourke, MD
Charles Conrad Brown Distinguished Professor in Cardiovascular Disease
University of Texas Health Sciences Center
San Antonio, TX

Robert Roberts, MD
Executive Director, Baylor Cardiac Institute
Baylor College of Medicine
Dept. of Medicine, Section of Cardiology
Houston, TX

Spencer B. King, III, MD
J.B. and Dottie Fuqua Chair of Cardiology
The Fuqua Heart Center
Co-Director, Atlanta Cardiovascular Research Insatiate
Atlanta, Georgia

Eric N. Prystowsky, MD
Director
Clinical Electrophysiology Laboratory
St. Vincent Hospital
Indianapolis, Indiana

Ira S. Nash, MD
Associate Director
The Zena and Michael A. Wiener Cardiovascular Institute
Mount Sinai Medical Center
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
New York, NY 10029

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Table of Contents


Part 1 FOUNDATIONS OF CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE

1 HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE OF THE HEART AND CIRCULATION W. Bruce Fye

2
THE BURDEN OF INCREASING WORLDWIDE CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE


Thomas J. Thom/William B. Kannel/Halit Silbershatz/ Ralph B. D'Agostino, Sr.

3 FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY OF THE HEART






Joseph F. Malouf/William D. Edwards/A. Jamil Tajik/ James B. Seward

4 NORMAL PHYSIOLOGY OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM










Martin M. LeWinter/George 0501

5 PRINCIPLES OF MOLECULAR CARDIOLOGY





Robert Roberts

6 MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY OF THE NORMAL, HYPERTROPHIED, AND FAILING HEART




Richard A. Walsh

7 MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY OF BLOOD VESSELS










Kathy K. Griendling/David G. Harrison/ R. Wayne Alexander

8 MOLECULAR DEVELOPMENT OF THE HEART AND VASCULATURE



Bradley B. Keller/Andy Wessels/Robert J. Schwartz/ Robert Roberts/Roger R. Markwald, Margaret Kirby

9 UNRAVELING THE HUMAN GENOME AND ITS FUTURE IMPLICATIONS FOR CARDIOLOGY





Robert Roberts/Richard P. Lifton

10
Genetic Basis of Cardiac ArrhythmiasGordon Tomaselli

11 CARDIOVASCULAR TISSUE MODIFICATION BY GENETIC APPROACHES








Elizabeth G. Nabel/Victor J. Dzau



Part 2 EVALUATION OF THE PATIENT

12 THE HISTORY, PHYSICAL EXAMINATION, AND CARDIAC AUSCULTATION







Robert A. O'Rourke/James A. Shaver/Mark E.Silverman

13 ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY






Agustin Castellanos/Alberto Interian, Jr./ Robert J. Myerburg

14 CHEST RADIOGRAPHY









James T. T. Chen

15 ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY







Anthony N. DeMaria/I Daniel/G. Blanchard

16 ECG EXERCISE TESTING







Victor F. Froelicher

17 CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION, CORONARY ARTERIOGRAPHY, AND CORONARY BLOOD FLOW AND PRESSURE MEASUREMENTS






Morton J. Kern/Robert H. Franch/John S. Douglas, Jr./ Spencer B. King III

18 CORONARY INTRAVASCULAR ULTRASOUND IMAGING STEVEN E. NISSEN

19 NUCLEAR CARDIOLOGY








Daniel S. Berman/Leslee J. Shaw/Guido Germano

20 COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY OF THE HEART John J. Mahmarian

21 MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING OF THE HEART



Mark Doyle/Gerald M. Pohost/Michael Poon

22 MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING AND CT OF THE VASCULAR SYSTEM








Michael Poon/Zahi A. Fayad/Thomas K. F. Foo/ Valentin Fuster

23 POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY


Heinrich R. Schelbert

Part 3 HEART FAILURE

24 PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF HEART FAILURE







Gary S. Francis/John P. Gassler/Edmund H. Sonnenblick

25 DIAGNOSIS AND MEDICAL MANAGEMENT OF HEART FAILURE










Thierry H. LeJemtel/Edmund H. Sonnenblick/ William H. Frishman

26 SURGICAL TREATMENT OF HEART FAILURE, CARDIAC TRANSPLANTATION, AND MECHANICAL VENTRICULAR SUPPORT






Sharon A. Hunt/John S. Schroeder/Gerald J. Berry



Part 4 RHYTHM AND CONDUCTION DISORDERS

27 MECHANISMS OF CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS AND CONDUCTION DISTURBANCES







Albert L Waldo/Andrew L. Witt

28 APPROACH TO THE PATIENT WITH CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS ERIC PRYSTOWSKY

29 SUPRAVENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA: ATRIAL TACHYCARDIA, ATRIAL FLUTTER, AND ATRIAL FIBRILLATION NEAL KAY

30 SUPRAVENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA: AV NODE REENTRY, AND WOLFF-PARKINSON-WHITE SYNDROME Hugh Calkins

31 VENTRICULAR ARRHYTHMIAS RICK PAGE

32 BRADYARRYTHMIAS AND PACEMAKERS KEN ELLENBOGEN

33 LONG - TERM CONTINUOUS ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC RECORDING






R. Joe Noble/Eric N. Prystowsky

34 TECHNIQUES OF ELECTROPHYSIOLOGIC EVALUATION









Masood Akhtar

35 ANTIARRHYTHMIC DRUGS







Raymond L. Woosley

36 CATHETER ABLATION OF CARDIAC ARRYTHMIAS


Eugen C. Palma/Melvin M. Scheinman

37 TECHNIQUES AND INDICATIONS FOR ELECTRICAL CARDIOVERSION Richard Kerber

38 THE IMPLANTABLE CARDIOVERTER DEFIBRILLATOR




Peter A. O'Callaghan/Jeremy N. Ruskin

39 ARRHYTHMIAS IN CHILDREN RONALD KANTER

Part 5 SYNCOPE, SUDDEN DEATH, AND CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION

40 DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF SYNCOPE




Harisios Boudoulas/Steven D. Nelson/ Stephen F. Schaal/Richard P. Lewis

41 SUDDEN CARDIAC DEATH






Duane s. Pinto/Mark E. Josephson

42 CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION AND THE SUBSEQUENT MANAGEMENT OF THE PATIENT

Nisha Chandra-Strobos/Myron L. Weisfeldt

Part 6 CORONARY HEART DISEASE

43 PREVENTION OF CORONARY HEART DISEASE DAVID J. MARON/PAUL M. RIDKER/THOMAS A. PEARSON/SCOTT M. GRUNDY

44 ATHEROTHROMBOSIS AND PLAQUE DISRUPTION



Erling Falk/P.K. Shah/Valentin Fuster

45 CORONARY THROMBOSIS: LOCAL AND SYSTEMIC FACTORS


Lina Badimon/Valentin Fuster/Juan J. Badimon/ Roberto Corti

46 CORONARY BLOOD FLOW AND MYOCARDIAL ISCHEMIA








Attilio Maseri/Gaetano Antonio Lanza/ Tommaso Sanna/Stefano Rigattieri

47 NONATHEROSCLEROTIC CORONARY HEART DISEASE









Bruce F. Waller

48 DEFINITIONS OF ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROMES




Valentin Fuster/Robert A. O'Rourke

49 PATHOLOGY OF MYOCARDIAL ISCHEMIA, INFARCTION, REPERFUSION AND SUDDEN DEATH







Renu Virmani

50 THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY OF MYOCARDIAL ISCHEMIA, NECROSIS AND REPERFUSION




Yoshifumi Naka/David M. Stern/David J. Pinsky

51 UNSTABLE ANGINA AND NON-ST ELEVATION MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION: CLINICAL PRESENTATION, DIAGNOSTIC EVALUATION AND MEDICAL MANAGEMENT
Robert O. Rourke/Valentin Fuster

52 ST ELEVATION MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION: CLINICAL PRESENTATION, DIAGNOSTIC EVALUATION AND MEDICAL MANAGEMENT




R. Wayne Alexander/Craig M. Pratt/Thomas J. Ryan/ Robert Roberts

53 ELECTROCARDIOGRAM IN ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION


Anton P. Gorgels/Domien J. Engelen/Hein J.J. Wallens

54 THROMBOGENESIS AND ANTITHROMBOTIC THERAPY





Lane Duvall/David Vorchheimer/Valentin Fuster

55 PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION




John S. Douglas, Jr./Spencer B. King III

56 MECHANICAL INTERVENTIONS IN ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION






William O'Neill/Bruce R. Brodie

57 DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC ISCHEMIC HEART DISEASE




Robert A. O'Rourke/Patrick O’Gara/John S. Douglas, Jr.

58 CORONARY BYPASS SURGERY






Bruce W. Lytle

59 MANAGEMENT OF THE PATIENT AFTER CORONARY SURGERY Douglas C. Morris/Stephen D. Clements, Jr./ Carl C. Hug, Jr.

60 REHABILITATION OF THE PATIENT WITH CORONARY HEART DISEASE






Nanette K. Wenger

Part 7 SYSTEMIC ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION

61 HYPERTENSION: EPIDEMIOLOGY, PATHOPHYSIOLOGY, DIAGNOSIS, AND TREATMENT HENRY R. BLACK/GEORGE L. BAKRIS/WILLIAM J. ELLIOT

Part 8
CARDIOPULMONARY DISEASE

62 PULMONARY HYPERTENSION






Lewis J. Rubin

63 PULMONARY EMBOlISM PETER FEDULLO

64 CHRONIC COR PULMONALE ANDREW RIES, KIRK KNOWLTON

Part 9 VALVULAR HEART DISEASE

65 ACUTE RHEUMATIC FEVER






Simon Chakko/Alan L. Bisno

66 AORTIC VALVE DISEASE






Shahbudin H. Rahimtoola

67 MITRAL VALVE DISEASE






Shahbudin H. Rahimtoola/Louis Del Italia

68 MITRAL VALVE PROLAPSE SYNDROME





Robert A. O'Rourke/Steven Bailey

69 TRICUSPID VALVE, PULMONIC VALVE, AND MULTIVALVULAR DISEASE






Robert A. O'Rourke/Steven Bailey

70 CLINICAL PERFORMANCE OF PROSTHETIC HEART VALVES









Gary L. Grunkemeier/Albert Starr/ Shahbudin H. Rahimtoota

71 ANTITHROMBOTIC THERAPY FOR VALVULAR HEART DISEASE








John H. McAnulty/Shahbudin H. Rahimtoola

Part 10 CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE

72 CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES DUE TO GENETIC ABNORMALITIES ALI J. MARIAN/RAMON BRUGADA/ROBERT ROBERTS

73 THE PATHOLOGY, PATHOPHYSIOLOGY, RECOGNITION, AND TREATMENT CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE






Michael D. Freed

74 CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE IN ADULTS




Carole A. Warnes/John E. Deanfield

Part 11 MUSCLE DISEASE

75 CLASSIFICATION OF CARDIOMYOPATHIES




Jay W. Mason

76 DILATED CARDIOMYOPATHIES






Michael R. Bristow/Luisa Mestroni/ Teresa J. Bohlmeyer/Edward M. Gilbert

77 HYPERTROPHIC CARDIOMYOPATHY





RICK NISHIMURA

78 RESTRICTIVE, OBLITERATIVE, AND INFILTRATIVE CARDIOMYOPATHIES







Brian D. Hoit

79 MYOCARDITIS AND SPECIFIC CARDIOMYOPATHIES- ENDOCRINE DISEASE AND ALCOHOL





Donna M. Mancini/Ainat Beniaminovitz

Part 12 PERICARDIAL DISEASES AND ENDOCARDITIS

80 DISEASES OF THE PERICARDIUM





Brian D. Hoit

81 INFECTIVE ENDOCARDITIS






Merle A. Sande/Mrinka Kartalija/Jeffry L. Anderson

Part 13 ANESTHESIA, SURGERY AND THE HEART

82 PERIOPERATIVE EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH KNOWN OR SUSPECTED CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE WHO UNDERGO NONCARDIAC SURGERY







David S. Bach/Kim A. Eagle

83 ANESTHESIA AND THE PATIENT WITH CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE






David L. Reich/Joel A. Kaplan



Part 14MISCELLANEOUS CONDITIONS AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE

84 THE CONNECTIVE TISSUE DISEASES AND THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM






William C. Roberts/Robert A. O’Rourke

85 NEOPLASTIC HEART DISEASE






Robert J. Hall/Denton A. Cooley/Hugh A. McAllister, Jr./0.
Howard Frazier/Susan Wilansky

86 DIABETES AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE




Michael E. Farkouh/Elliot J. Rayfield/Valentin Fuster

87 OBESITY, THE METABOLIC SYNDROME AND DIETS Daniel Levy/Robert Superko

88 AIDS AND THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM




Melvin D. Cheitlin

89 EFFECT OF NONCARDIAC DRUGS, ELECTRICITY, POISONS, AND RADIATION ON THE HEART




Andrew L. Smith/Wendy M. Book

90 ADVERSE CARDIOVASCULAR DRUG INTERACTIONS AND COMPLICATIONS William H. Frishman

91 EFFECTS OF MOOD AND ANXIETY DISORDERS ON THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM






Dominique L Musselman/William M. McDonald/ Charles B. Nemeroff

92 HEART DISEASE AND PREGNANCY





John H. McAnulty/James Metcalfe/Kent Ueland

93 TRAUMATIC HEART DISEASE Panagiotis N. Symbas

94 THE HEART AND KIDNEY DISEASE





Tahsin Masud/William E. Mitch

95 EXERCISE AND THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM: ACUTE HEMODYNAMICS, CONDITIONING TRAINING, THE ATHLETE'S HEART, AND SUDDEN DEATH








Gerald F. Fletcher/Thomas R. Flipse

96 CARDIOVASCULAR AGING IN HEALTH AND THERAPEUTIC CONSIDERATIONS IN OLDER PATIENTS WITH CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES




Edward G. Lakatta/Steven P. Schulman/ Gary Gerstenblith

97 WOMEN AND CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE




Pamela Charney

Part 15 DISEASES OF THE GREAT VESSELS AND PERIPHERAL VESSELS

98 DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF DISEASES OF THE AORTA








Joseph Lindsay, Jr.

99 CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE AND NEUROLOGIC MANIFESTATIONS OF HEART DISEASE





Louis R. Caplan

100 NONSURGICAL INTERVENTIONS FOR CAROTID DISEASE SAMIR R. KAPADIA/SANJAY S. YADAV

101 DIAGNOSIS AND MEDICAL MANAGEMENT OF DISEASES OF THE PERIPHERAL ARTERIES AND VEINS









Paul W. Wennberg/Thorn W. Rooke

102 SURGICAL TREATMENT OF PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASE







Thomas F. Dodson/Robert B. Smith III







103 ADVANCES IN THE MINIMALLY INVASIVE TREATMENT OF PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASE










Tanvir K. Bajwa

Part 16SOCIAL ISSUES AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE

104 COST -EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES IN CARDIOLOGY




William S. Weintraub/Harlan Krumholz

105 INSURANCE ISSUES IN PATIENTS WITH HEART DISEASE










Michael B. Clark/William T. Friedewald

106 PRACTICE GUIDELINES IN CARDIOVASCULAR CARE










Ira S. Nash

107 BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE IN THE TREATMENT OF HEART DISEASE









Thomas G. Pickering/Karina W. Davidson/William Gerin

108 COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE IN RELATION TO CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES Mitchell W. Krucoff

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