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Providing a complete but succinct overview of the information cardiologists and cardiology trainees need to have at their fingertips, this new title is an everyday primary guide to the speciality.
 
  • Ably synthesizes pathophysiology fundamentals, clinical knowledge, and evidence–based approaches to prepare a physician for a subspecialty career in cardiology
  • Divides chapters into two types: clinical and practical
  • Clinical chapters cover coronary artery disease, heart failure, arrhythmias, valvular disorders, pericardial disorders, and peripheral arterial disease
  • Practical chapters address ECG, coronary angiography, catheterization techniques, ecnocardiography, hemodynamics, and electrophysiological testing
  • Includes over 650 figures, key notes boxes, references for further study, and coverage of clinical trials
  • Review questions at the end of each chapter help clarify topics and can be used for Board preparation – over 375 questions in all!
 
Practical Cardiovascular Medicine is an ideal reference for the resident, fellow, and practicing cardiologist treating patients with cardiovascular disease.


Elias B Hanna, MD
Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine, Section of Cardiovascular Disease, Louisiana State University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA, USA
 
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ISBN-13: 9781119233367
ISBN-10: 1119233364
Pagini: 826
Dimensiuni: 220 x 277 x 32 mm
Greutate: 1.74 kg
Editura: Wiley
Locul publicării: Chichester, United Kingdom

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All cardiologists seeking an up–to–date, in–depth review of cardiology; and trainees in cardiology PHARMA/BULK/LICENSING OPPS Review questions at the end of each chapter, over 375 in total.

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Providing a complete but succinct overview of the information cardiologists and cardiology trainees need to have at their fingertips, this new title is an everyday primary guide to the speciality.
 
  • Ably synthesizes pathophysiology fundamentals, clinical knowledge, and evidence–based approaches to prepare a physician for a subspecialty career in cardiology
  • Divides chapters into two types: clinical and practical
  • Clinical chapters cover coronary artery disease, heart failure, arrhythmias, valvular disorders, pericardial disorders, and peripheral arterial disease
  • Practical chapters address ECG, coronary angiography, catheterization techniques, ecnocardiography, hemodynamics, and electrophysiological testing
  • Includes over 650 figures, key notes boxes, references for further study, and coverage of clinical trials
  • Review questions at the end of each chapter help clarify topics and can be used for Board preparation – over 375 questions in all!
 
Practical Cardiovascular Medicine is an ideal reference for the resident, fellow, and practicing cardiologist treating patients with cardiovascular disease.


Elias B Hanna, MD
Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine, Section of Cardiovascular Disease, Louisiana State University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA, USA
 

Cuprins

Preface, xix
Abbreviations, xx
PART 1. Coronary Artery Disease, 1
1. Non–ST–Segment Elevation Acute Coronary Syndrome, 1
Appendix 1. Complex angiographic disease, moderate disease, 13
Appendix 2. Women and ACS, elderly patients and ACS, CKD, 14
Appendix 3. Bleeding, transfusion, prior warfarin therapy, gastrointestinal bleed, 15
Appendix 4. Antiplatelet and anticoagulant therapy, 16
Appendix 5. Differences between plaque rupture, plaque erosion, and spontaneous coronary dissection, 19
Appendix 6. Harmful effects of NSAIDs and cyclooxygenase–2 inhibitors in CAD, 19
Questions and answers, 19
References, 25
2. ST–Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction, 30
1. Definition, reperfusion, and general management, 31
2. STEMI complications, 42
Appendix 1. Out–of–hospital cardiac arrest: role of early coronary angiography and therapeutic hypothermia, 52
Questions and answers, 54
References, 59
3. Stable CAD and Approach to Chronic Chest Pain, 65
Appendix 1. Note on outcomes with various surgical grafts, 77
Appendix 2. Coronary vasospasm (variant angina, Prinzmetal angina), 79
Appendix 3. Women with chest pain and normal coronary arteries, 81
Appendix 4. Myocardial bridging, 81
Appendix 5. Coronary collaterals, chronic total occlusion, 82
Appendix 6. Hibernation, stunning, ischemic preconditioning, 82
Questions and answers, 83
References, 87
PART 2. Heart Failure (Chronic and Acute Heart Failure, Specific Cardiomyopathies, and Pathophysiology), 93
4. Heart Failure, 93
Definition, types, causes, and diagnosis of heart failure, 94
1. Definition and types of heart failure, 94
2. Causes of heart failure, 97
3. Diagnostic tests, 100
Chronic treatment of heart failure, 102
1. Treatment of systolic heart failure, 102
2. Treatment of HFpEF, 114
Acute heart failure and acutely decompensated heart failure, 115
Appendix 1. Management of isolated or predominant RV failure, 125
Questions and answers, 127
References, 135
5. Additional Heart Failure Topics, 142
1. Specific cardiomyopathies, 142
2. Advanced heart failure: heart transplant and ventricular assist devices (VADs), 146
3. Pathophysiology of heart failure and hemodynamic aspects, 149
References, 155
PART 3. Valvular Disorders, 157
6. Valvular Disorders, 157
1. Mitral regurgitation, 158
2. Mitral stenosis, 167
3. Aortic insufficiency, 173
4. Aortic stenosis, 178
5. Tricuspid regurgitation and stenosis, 186
6. Pulmonic stenosis and regurgitation, 187
7. Mixed valvular disease; radiation heart disease, 188
8. Prosthetic valves, 189
9. Auscultation and summary ideas, 193
Questions and answers, 197
References, 206
PART 4. Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy, 211
7. Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy, 211
Questions and answers, 221
References, 222
PART 5. Arrhythmias and Electrophysiology, 225
8. Approach to Narrow and Wide QRS Complex Tachyarrhythmias, 225
Questions and answers: Practice ECGs of wide complex tachycardias, 235
Further reading, 241
9. Ventricular Arrhythmias: Types and Management, Sudden Cardiac Death, 242
Questions and answers, 254
References, 256
Further reading, 257
10. Atrial Fibrillation, 258
Appendix 1. Antiarrhythmic drug therapy (indications and examples), 265
Appendix 2. Catheter ablation of atrial fibrillation, surgical ablation, AV nodal ablation, 267
Appendix 3. INR follow–up in patients receiving warfarin; new anticoagulants, 268
Appendix 4. Bridging anticoagulation in patients undergoing procedures and receiving warfarin, 270
Appendix 5. Management of elevated INR values, 270
Appendix 6. A common special situation: AF and symptomatic pauses (sinus or AF pauses) or bradycardia, 271
Appendix 7. DC cardioversion in patients with a slow ventricular response, 271
Appendix 8. AF occurring post–cardiac surgery and AF related to acute transient triggers, 271
Appendix 9. Brief asymptomatic runs of AF seen on telemetry or device interrogation, 272
Questions and answers, 272
References, 274
Further reading, 277
11. Atrial Flutter and Atrial Tachycardia, 278
Questions and answers, 285
References, 287
Further reading, 287
12. Atrioventricular Nodal Reentrant Tachycardia, Atrioventricular Reciprocating Tachycardia, Wolff Parkinson White Syndrome, and Junctional Rhythms, 288
Questions and answers, 301
Further reading, 302
13. Bradyarrhythmias, 304
Questions and answers, 317
References, 319
14. Permanent Pacemaker and Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator, 320
Questions and answers: Cases of PM troubleshooting, 338
References, 344
15. Basic Electrophysiologic Study, 346
Further reading, 357
16. Action Potential Features and Propagation: Mechanisms of Arrhythmias, Antiarrhythmic Drugs, 358
Further reading, 365
PART 6. Pericardial Disorders, 367
17. Pericardial Disorders, 367
1. Acute pericarditis, 368
2. Tamponade, 370
3. Pericardial effusion, 373
4. Constrictive pericarditis, 376
Questions and answers, 384
References, 386
Further reading, 387
PART 7. Congenital Heart Disease, 389
18. Congenital Heart Disease, 389
1. Acyanotic congenital heart disease, 389
2. Cyanotic congenital heart disease, 398
3. More complex cyanotic congenital heart disease and shunt procedures, 401
Questions and answers, 404
References, 407
PART 8. Peripheral Arterial Disease, 409
19. Peripheral Arterial Disease, 409
1. Lower extremity peripheral arterial disease, 409
2. Carotid disease, 418
3. Renal artery stenosis, 421
Questions and answers, 422
References, 425
20. Aortic Diseases, 428
References, 437
PART 9. Other Cardiovascular Disease States, 439
21. Pulmonary Embolism and Deep Vein Thrombosis, 439
1. Pulmonary embolism, 439
2. Deep vein thrombosis, 445
3. Immune heparin–induced thrombocytopenia, 446
Questions and answers, 447
References, 447
22. Shock and Fluid Responsiveness, 449
1. Shock, 449
2. Fluid responsiveness, 452
Appendix. Hemodynamic equations, transfusion, and miscellaneous concepts, 454
References, 455
23. Hypertension, 456
1. Hypertension, 456
2. Hypertensive urgencies and emergencies, 465
Questions and answers, 467
References, 469
24. D yslipidemia, 472
Questions and answers, 476
References, 477
25. Pulmonary Hypertension, 479
Questions and answers, 484
References, 486
26. Syncope, 488
Questions and answers, 495
References, 497
27. Chest Pain, Dyspnea, Palpitations, 499
1. Chest pain, 499
2. Acute dyspnea, 502
3. Palpitations, 504
References, 505
28. Infective Endocarditis and Cardiac Rhythm Device Infections, 507
1. Infective endocarditis, 507
2. Cardiac rhythm device infections, 511
References, 513
29. Preoperative Cardiac Evaluation, 514
Questions and answers, 518
References, 519
30. Miscellaneous Cardiac Topics: Cardiac Masses and Tumors, Pregnancy, HIV and Heart Disease, Cocaine and the Heart, Chemotherapy and Heart Disease, Chest X–Ray, 521
1. Cardiac masses, 522
2. Pregnancy and heart disease, 523
3. HIV and heart disease, 527
4. Cocaine and the heart, 527
5. Chemotherapy and heart disease, 528
6. Chest X–ray, 529
Questions and answers, 532
References, 534
PART 10. Cardiac Tests: Electrocardiography, Echocardiography, and Stress Testing, 537
31. Electrocardiography, 537
Appendix 1. Supplement on STEMI and Q–wave MI: phases and localization, 589
Appendix 2. Spread of electrical depolarization in various disease states using vector illustration, 594
Questions and answers, 595
References, 598
Further reading, 601
32. Echocardiography, 602
1. General echocardiography, 602
2. Transesophageal echocardiography (TEE) views, 639
Further reading, 648
33. Stress Testing, Nuclear Imaging, Coronary CT Angiography, 649
Appendix 1. Mechanisms of various stress modalities, 656
Appendix 2. Nuclear stress imaging, 657
Appendix 3. Coronary CT angiography, 660
References, 663
Further reading, 664
PART 11. Cardiac Tests: Invasive Coronary and Cardiac Procedures, 665
34. Angiographic Views: Coronary Arteries and Grafts, Left Ventricle, Aorta, Coronary Anomalies, Peripheral Arteries, Carotid Arteries, 665
Questions and answers, 697
Further reading, 699
35. Cardiac Catheterization Techniques, Tips, and Tricks, 700
36. Hemodynamics, 720
Appendix 1. Advanced hemodynamic calculation: a case of shunt with pulmonary hypertension, 737
Questions and answers: Additional hemodynamic cases, 738
References, 740
37. Intracoronary Imaging, 741
1. Intravascular ultrasound (IVUS), 741
2. Optical coherence tomography (OCT), 749
References, 751
Further reading, 751
38. Percutaneous Coronary Interventions and Complications, Intra–Aortic Balloon Pump, Ventricular Assist Devices, and Fractional Flow Reserve, 752
Questions and answers, 770
Further reading, 773
Index, 775

Recenzii

Overall, the book is comprehensive yet succinct. The authors should be applauded for assembling a resource that will be regularly referenced by cardiac practitioners. It fills a niche between a too exhaustive and a too basic resource for those already in the field of cardiology. This book is recommended reading for all those taking care of the breadth of cardiac disease regularly Nichole M. Polin, MD, FACC, Ochsner Clinic Foundation on behalf of Doody s

Notă biografică

Elias B Hanna MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine, Section of Cardiovascular Disease, Louisiana State University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA, USA