Press: Cardiotext Publishing; 1 edition (May 1, 2011)
Author Name:Garcia, Miguel A.
A concise and practical tool for learning the basic concepts of cardiac electrophysiology, including the diagnosis and management of cardiac arrhythmias, and the indications for patient referral.Clinically oriented, practical and a useful resource for:Allied health professionals in the lab and in the clinicFellowsThe general physician who needs to know the technical aspects of electrophysiologyAnyone on the front line dealing with patients that present with cardiac problemsFrom the preface: Electrophysiology for Clinicians unravels the complexities inherent to cardiac electrophysiology, with a focus on diagnosis and management of cardiac arrhythmias and indications for patient referral.
With a standardized chapter outline approach that includes key points, color figures, charts, and tables, this handy guide will help demystify the essentials of cardiac electrophysiology for the practicing caregiver.
Table of Contents:PART 1: BASIC CONCEPTS Chapter 1.
Basic Cardiac ElectrophysiologyMiguel A.
Barrero Garcia and Stanley NattelChapter 2.
Antiarrhythmic DrugsMiguel A.
Barrero Garcia and Stanley Nattel PART 2: DISORDERS OF IMPULSE FORMATION AND CONDUCTION Chapter 3.
Sinoatrial Node Disorders Miguel A.
Barrero Garcia and Mario TalajicChapter 4.
Atrioventricular Conduction DisordersMiguel A.
Barrero Garcia and Mario TalajicPART 3: SYNCOPE, SUDDEN CARDIAC DEATH, AND CLINICAL ARRHYTHMIASChapter 5.
Barrero Garcia and Peter Guerra Chapter 6.
Sudden Cardiac DeathMiguel A.
Barrero Garcia and Laurent MacleChapter 7.
Atrial FibrillationMiguel A.
Barrero Garcia and Marc Dubuc Chapter 8.
Atrial FlutterMiguel A.
Barrero Garcia and Lena RivardChapter 9.
Supraventricular ArrhythmiasMiguel A.
Barrero Garcia and Laurent Macle Chapter 10.
Ventricular ArrhythmiasMiguel A.
Barrero Garcia and Mario TalajicPART 4: PACEMAKERS, DEFIBRILLATORS, AND TECHNIQUESChapter 11.
Permanent PacingMiguel A.
Barrero Garcia and Bernard ThibaultChapter 12.
Implantable Cardioverter DefibrillatorsMiguel A.
Barrero Garcia and Bernard Thibault Chapter 13.
Selected Techniques and Interventions Miguel A.
Barrero Garcia and Paul Khairy
About the Author
Barrero Garcia MD, Clinical Lecturer, Universite de Montreal; Cardiologist, Centre Hospitalier Regional de Trois Rivieres, Quebec, Canada Paul Khairy MD, PhD, FRCP(C),Canada Research Chair, Electrophysiology and Adult Congenital Heart Disease; Director, Adult Congenital Heart Center, Montreal Heart Institute; Associate Professor of Medicine, Universite de Montreal, Quebec, Canada; Boston Adult Congenital Heart Service, Harvard University, Boston Laurent Macle MD, FRCP(C), Associate Professor of Medicine, Universite de Montreal; Cardiologist and Director of Electrophysiology Fellowship Training Program, Montreal Heart Institute, Quebec, Canada Stanley Nattel MD, Professor of Medicine and Paul-David Chair in Cardiovascular Electrophysiology, Universite de Montreal; Cardiologist and Director of Electrophysiology Research Program, Montreal Heart Institute, Quebec, Canada
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