Clinical Cardiac Pacing, Defibrillation and Resynchronization Therapy E-Book, 3rd Edition
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This 3rd edition presents cutting-edge standards of pacing and defibrillation to keep you at the forefront of this rapidly expanding field. You'll find coverage of all the new devices and management strategies you need to solve a full range of clinical problems using today's best approaches. Written by world authorities on pacing and devices for cardiac care, this new full-color 3rd edition is the more practical than ever!
New to This Edition
- Contains a new chapter on resynchronization trials.
- Includes an image bank and video clips of key procedures on DVD-ROM to help you understand and implement the latest techniques.
- Offers technical information on both new and old devices to help you make the correct choice for every patient.
- Provides new material on implantation, with key updates to all aspects of this challenging clinical area.
- Addresses the management of patients with a broad range of conditions, including sinus node disease, carotid sinus hypersensitivity, tachyarrhythmias, heart failure, and more.
- Details cardiac pacing in pediatric patients.
- Illustrates vital concepts and techniques with over 745 x-rays and figures.
- Explains how to approach pacemaker generator changes.
- Reviews fundamental concepts such as how to pace the heart and how leads, power sources, programmers, and electronic circuitry work.
By Kenneth A. Ellenbogen, MD, Kontos Professor of Medicine, Director, Clinical Electrophysiology Section, VCU School of Medicine, Medical College of Virginia Hospital, Richmond, VA, USA; Bruce L. Wilkoff, MD, Professor, Department of Medicine, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University; Director, Cardiac Pacing and Tachyarrhythmia Devices, Director: Clinical Electrophysiology Research, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH, USA; G. Neal Kay, MD, Director, Clinical Electrophysiology Section, Division of Cardiology, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL; and Chu Pak Lau