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A full-color guide to understanding, evaluating, and treating heart disease in fetuses and newborns
Neonatal Cardiology is the trusted go-to guide for pediatricians and neonatologists needing concise, practical guidance on the evaluation and management of newborns with heart disease and other cardiac functional abnormalities. Focusing on physiology, mechanics, and presentation of congenital heart disease, this full-color resource provides a succinct, yet complete overview of neonatal cardiology.
Neonatal Cardiology opens with discussions of basic aspects of embryology of the heart and a review of normal and abnormal muscle function. From there, you are led through the clinical assessment of patients with an array of cardiac abnormalities. Management and treatment follow, beginning with a basic chapter on the principles of medical management, followed by drug therapy and post-operative care. The book concludes with a chapter on Epidemiology, Etiology, and Genetics of Congenital Heart Disease.
- Full-color presentation with new radiographic images and explanatory illustrations of normal and abnormal anatomy, blood flow patterns, and the effects of various treatment options
- Suggested readings appear at the end of each chapter for more in-depth study
- Includes coverage of: Excessive pulmonary blood flow, cyanosis, inadequate systemic perfusion, cardiomyopathies, and arrhythmias, Cardiovascular drug therapy, Neurology of congenital heart disease, and Perinatal Cardiovascular Physiology
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About the Author
Michael Artman, MD, Professor and Head, Department of Pediatrics; Professor, Department of Molecular Physiology and Biophysics, University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, and Physician-in-Chief, UI Children's Hospital, University of Iowa Health Care, Iowa City, Iowa
Lynn Mahony, MD, Professor of Pediatrics and Director, Fellowship Training, Cardiology Division, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas
David F. Teitel, MD, Chief, Division of Pediatric Cardiology, and Medical Director, UCSF Pediatric Heart Center, University of California, San Francisco