Chou's Electrocardiography in Clinical Practice, 6th Edition
Adult and Pediatric
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Accurately interpret today's full range of ECG findingsTable of Contents
New to This Edition
Here’s a user-friendly, readable introduction to the study of electrocardiography. It guides you in capturing and interpreting ECGs, with an eye towards clinical correlation for easy application to your practice. New in this edition are increased content on pediatric ECGs, implantable cardiodefibrillators, and pacemakers.
- Comprehensively and expertly describes how to capture and interpret all normal and abnormal ECG findings in adults and children.
- Features the expertise of internationally recognized authorities on electrocardiography, for advanced assistance in mastering the subtle but critical nuances of this complex diagnostic modality.
"The book thoroughly reviews adult and pediatric electrocardiography with an emphasis on the clinical manifestations of disease and the scientific basis for the electrocardiogram. New chapters cover ICD and pacemaker tracings with expanded coverage on stress testing. New sections explore the rhythm problems associated with pediatric obesity, heart failure, and athletics. The authors have created a useful new edition that is an indispensable reference source for ECG principles and applications. It delivers clinically relevant guidance on all of today's electrocardiographic applications, provides many useful illustrations, and is full of sample ECGs." - Doody's ***
- Contains new chapters on pediatric rhythm problems and on pacemakers.
- Discusses cardiac rhythm problems associated with the athletic heart, obesity and pediatric heart failure.
- Incorporates new material on interpreting the rhythm problems associated with implantable cardiodefibrillator devices (ICDs).
By Borys Surawicz, MD, MACC, Professor Emeritus, Indiana University School of Medicine, Senior Research Associate, Krannert Institute of Cardiology, Member of the Care Group, Indianapolis, IN; and Timothy Knilans, MD, Associate Professor, Pediatrics, University of Cincinnati School of Medicine; Director, Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology and Pacing, The Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH