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This thoroughly updated new edition of the classic practical textbook provides a user-friendly, authoritative guide to evaluation of common cardiovascular symptoms and evaluation and management of common cardiovascular conditions. Coverage also includes clinical challenges such as management of chronic anticoagulation, assessing and minimizing cardiac risk in noncardiac surgery, and management of the cardiac surgery patient. Numerous tables and algorithms help readers find information quickly and aid in clinical decision-making. Practical Cardiology, Evaluation and Treatment of Common Cardiovascular Disorders reflects the current American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association guidelines and provides a concise yet comprehensive handbook presents practical information on the common cardiovascular problems that clinicians encounter daily.
Atrial fibrillation is a common supraventricular arrhythmia characterized by rapid and irregular atrial activation without a clear P-wave on an electrocardiogram. New Research on Atrial Fibrillation and Ischemic Heart Disease begins by discussing the risk factors, symptoms, and treatment of atrial fibrillation. Following this, the authors review the recently established relationship of atrial fibrillation with endurance sports activities in middle-aged athletes, connecting findings from various evidence in order to investigate this phenomenon since the pathophysiology of atrial fibrillation in middle-aged athletes is still unclear. Also explored are the associations between cerebrovascular risk factors and abnormal carotid and transcranial Doppler sonography and brain magnetic resonance imaging findings in individuals aged between 44 and 71 years without preceding neurological and psychiatric disorders. The association between perceived occupational noise exposure and hypertension among hospital nurses is examined, as hospital noise pollution is increasing worldwide. The concluding study aims to update and extend the existing burden of disease calculations by the WHO for road traffic noise-attributed myocardial infarction and stroke. All analyses were limited to 24 European countries and the year 2012.
The second edition of this bestseller provides a practical, user-friendly manual guiding the theory and practice of cardiac electrophysiology. The handbook provides the specialist in training with a thorough grounding procedures, and clinical findings for clinicians. It provides a review of the main kinds of arrhythmia with illustrations of typical ECG findings supported where appropriate by correlative imaging. It also details the principal diagnostic and therapeutic procedures include implantation of pacemakers, resynchronization therapy, and ablation techniques. Key Features Provides concise, user friendly guide to the equipment, procedures and clinical findings with which EPs need to be familiar Delivers alternatives resource to the flagship titles available in this field - idea for those beginning training or seeking an update Presents extensively updated material to enhance comprehension Includes new treatments and devices for electrophysiologists trained to perform interventional cardiac electrophysiology studies (EPS) as well as surgical device implantations
Acute Rheumatic Fever and Rheumatic Heart Disease is a concise, yet comprehensive, clinical resource highlighting must-know information on rheumatic heart disease and acute rheumatic fever from a global perspective. Covering the major issues dominating the field, this practical resource presents sufficient detail for a deep and thorough understanding of the latest treatment options, potential complications, and disease management strategies to improve patient outcomes. Divided into four distinct sections for ease of navigation: Acute Rheumatic Fever, Rheumatic Heart Disease, Population-Based Strategies for Disease Control, and Acute and Emergency Presentations. International editors and chapter authors ensure a truly global perspective. Covers all clinical aspects, including epidemiology, pathophysiology, clinical features, diagnosis, management, and treatment. Includes key topics on population-based measures for disease control for effective primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention. Consolidates today's available information and guidance into a single, convenient resource.
The second edition of this textbook builds on the success of the original version by incorporating the latest developments in the clinical evidence base for cardiac rehabilitation whilst also aligning with the wider agenda in terms of commissioning and other national guidance. This edition also recognises the importance of an integrated approach to the prevention and rehabilitation of cardiovascular disease forming the foundation of every cardiac rehabilitation programme. Seven specified standards together with seven core components are presented which aim to ensure programmes are clinically effective and achieve sustainable health outcomes. Edited and written by a multidisciplinary team of experts on behalf of the British Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation, this book provides contemporary evidence-based guidelines for standards of good practice. Special features: * An evidence-based, practical how to of the subject * Edited and written by the writing group for the BACPR 2012 Standards * With contributions from nationally and internationally recognised experts in this field
This comprehensive pocketbook provides a foundation in best-practice guidance screening, assessing, treating, and monitoring patients with hypertension, with reference to up-to-date clinical guidelines. Prevention strategies and recent drug developments are also highlighted, including the most exciting and relevant treatment advances in the past 5 years. Hypertension is one of the most common medical conditions, with an estimated one billion people worldwide affected. Because hypertension affects so many and spans across all ages, ethnicities, and socioeconomic classes, nearly all clinicians encounter patients with hypertension on regular basis. The Clinician's Manual: Treating Hypertension, 4th edition provides a foundation in best-practice guidance screening, assessing, treating, and monitoring patients with hypertension, with reference to up-to-date clinical guidelines. Prevention strategies and recent drug developments are also highlighted, including the most exciting and relevant treatment advances in the past 5 years.
Congenital Heart Disease: From Diagnosis to Treatment opens with a review of the most common forms of congenital heart disease in pregnancy, outlines preconception counseling, discusses the associated morbidity and mortality of each lesion, and reviews current recommendations for the management of congenital heart disease in pregnancy. Women with congenital heart disease represent over 50% of patients with cardiac disease in pregnancy today. Formerly characterized by high rates of maternal morbidity and mortality, the authors explore how advancements in medical management and surgical intervention are responsible for increasing numbers of women with congenital heart defects experiencing safe and successful pregnancies. Additionally, the authors discuss cardiac resynchronization therapy in adults with congenital heart disease. Treatment in the setting of heart failure is challenging due to heterogeneity of the underlying anatomy and physiology, surgical scars, residual shunts and valvular dysfunction. Since donor hearts are scarce, worldwide interest has increased for the application of cardiac resynchronization therapy in this relatively young population. This compilation goes on to discuss the four different types of atrial septal defects, categorized based on location and embryological development. While bicuspid aortic valve is the most common congenital heart anomaly in adults, atrial septal defects are not far behind, accounting for 10-15% of congenital heart disease. In the penultimate study, the authors focus on the state of the liver in children with congenital heart disease and chronic heart failure. Congenital heart disease represented: ventricular septal defect a in 26,7% of patients, secondary atrial septal defect a in 24,4% of children, a double discharge of the main vessels of the right ventricle a in 15,6% of patients, common atrioventricular canal a at 15,6% of children, tetralogy of Fallot a at 11,1% of patients, etc. The concluding study reviews the effects of high altitude effects on congenital heart disease in the Andean region, and in Ecuador as a study case. High-altitude hypoxia presents numerous challenges to human health, survival, and reproduction because of decreased oxygen availability brought on by lowered barometric pressure at high elevations.
Ayurveda Perspectives in Integrated Healthcare, volume eight in the Integrative Cardiovascular Chinese Medicine series, provides a clear, structured base of knowledge which compares Ayurveda with other healthcare systems to encourage acceptance of Ayurveda in the community and within patient care practices. Sections cover the Shad Darshan, body constitution, medical aspects in Ayurvedic medicine, and the connection between material and spiritual aspects and methods for balancing lifestyle for optimal health. This important reference will aid cardiovascular researchers in the study of integrative Chinese and Western medicine with its clear, structured base to guide clinical practice and encourage new collaboration.
Metabolic Disorders and Shen in Integrative Cardiovascular Medicine, volume seven in the Integrative Cardiovascular Chinese Medicine series, presents the connection between metabolic diseases that affect the cardiovascular system and mental health through both Chinese and Western medicine explanations. Sections discuss the etiology of metabolic disorders of blood sugar disorders, lipid disorders, inflammatory disorders and shen, the clinical significance and differentiations in both Western and Chinese medicine, and prescriptions and the medicated diet, including main acupoints, remedies and medicines used in Western and Chinese medicine and the combination of medicinal herbs and food for Chinese diet therapy. This important reference will aid cardiovascular researchers in the study of integrative Chinese and Western medicine with its clear, structured base that not only guides clinical practice, but also encourages collaboration between Chinese and Western medicine practitioners.
This textbook provides a succinct overview of cardiac surgery, with key concepts being emphasized throughout. An abundance of illustrations, intra-operative photographs, tables as well as information boxes, aids the reader to visualise, grasp and retain difficult concepts. The inclusion of evidence-based approaches to the management of a range of cardiac surgical conditions equips the reader with an understanding of how to overcome a variety of potentially tough clinical challenges. Concise Cardiac Surgery: A Complete Guide comprehensively covers a range of techniques used in cardiac surgery. It is therefore, an ideal resource for the trainee and practising cardiac surgeon seeking a practically focused text detailing how to apply the latest techniques and evidence-based approaches in their day-to-day practice.
This issue of Interventional Cardiology Clinics, guest edited by Dr. Binita Shah, will cover the latest updated in Transradial Angiography and Intervention. This issue is one of four selected each year by the series Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Matthew Price. Topics discussed in this issue will include: Accessing the Wrist, Coronary Cannulation, Optimizing Transradial Access, The Value of Transradial: Healthcare Economics and Patient Satisfaction, Vascular Complications of the Wrist: Prevention and Management, #RadialFirst in CHiP and Cardiogenic Shock, Radial versus Femoral Access in Acute Coronary Syndrome, Accessing the Arm for Peripheral Interventions, Using the Arm for Structural Interventions, and the Neuro Radialist.
Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. A practical, case-based approach for beginners to learn the essentials of patient care on the Stepdown floor and cardiac care unit Specifically written for novices on the telemetry floor, this innovative new book guides the beginner through a wide spectrum of cases they will most likely encounter on the Stepdown floor. The cases included in the text are a compilation of real-life ones the authors have encountered in their extensive clinical careers, and each includes discussion of how to best manage the situation, along with detailed explanations. Guide to Patient Management in the Cardiac Stepdown Unit differentiates itself from other texts on the topic by its case-based, highly practical coverage of initial diagnosis, management, and the creation of a care plan, along with troubleshooting tips on managing more complicated situations. The goal of the book is minimize errors, improve outcomes, deliver practical knowledge, and provide the quick management tips required in a fast-paced, high-pressure environment.