Clinical Electrophysiology

Easy EMG: A Guide to Performing Nerve Conduction Studies and Electromyography 2th Edition

by Jay M. Weiss MD

User-friendly and well organized,Easy EMG is designed to help residentslearn the fundamental principles of electrodiagnostic testing (including nerve conduction studies and needle EMG). This one-of-a-kind resource offers expert guidance onperforming and interpreting EMGs , as well as how to test the mostcommon conditions encountered in daily practice . At-a-glance tables combine with clear illustrations and a pocket-sized format to makeEasy EMG ideal for on-the-go reference!

Echocardiography 2th Edition

Paul Leeson

Released in 2007 and the first handbook-sized practical training guide to provide easily accessible, detailed information on how to get good images, make key measurements and report findings, the first edition of Echocardiography rapidly become a bestselling echocardiography manual. Now in its second edition, and reflecting the most recent international cardiology and echocariography society guidelines, the handbook has been extensively updated throughout and features new sections covering 3D echocardiography, intracardiac echocardiography, contrast echocardiography, speckle tracking echocardiography and emergency echocardiography. In full colour throughout, the text is illustrated with over 300 images and comes with a DVD resource of over 175 image loops. Also including reference ranges to help with reporting and accreditation exam preparation, Echocardiography remains the essential reference for trainees undergoing accreditation and a daily source of information for those who perform clinical echocardiography.

Atlas of Pediatric and Youth ECG

by Gabriele Bronzetti

This book describes in detail the specific aspects of ECG during childhood and adolescence, pursuing an accessible, didactic and easy-to-read approach. Instructive, self-contained and intelligently written, it succeeds in making this diagnostic tool, the interpretation of which is especially complex in younger patients, more comprehensible, while also offering a sound and extensive reference guide for all those who diagnose young patients with electrocardiography. Though ECG produces a relatively simple set of readings, its interpretation and diagnosis are complex. If misinterpreted, a “butterfly effect” of hidden, often neglected heart signals can lead to important and sometimes devastating consequences. Featuring an exceptionally wide range of ECG recordings and examples, the volume sheds new light on the importance of electrophysiological examinations for patients still in their developmental years and provides advice on the use of ECG in connection with recent regulations on the participation of children, adolescents and young athletes in sports. Thanks to the variety of scenarios described, from the most frequent to the most insidious, this work will appeal to a broad readership, from cardiologists and pediatricians to family physicians, anesthesiologists, doctors in sports medicine, students and nurses.

150 Practice ECGs: Interpretation and Review 3th Edition

by George J. Taylor

The third edition of 150 Practice ECGs: Interpretation and Review combines practice tracings with clinical cardiology, providing students with the practical knowledge necessary to read, interpret, and understand ECGs. This essential review book is organized into three sections: introductory text reviewing ECG diagnostic criteria, pathophysiology, and clinical correlation; 150 ECG tracings with a brief clinical history; and interpretation and teaching points for each of the 150 ECGs. 150 Practice ECGs: Interpretation and Review, 3rd Edition is ideal as an introductory text for medical and nursing students at any stage of training, for residents and fellows as a refresher before board exams, and for the sophisticated student/teacher as a comprehensive teaching file.

Clinical Electrocardiography: A Simplified Approach 8th Edition

by Ary L. Goldberger MD FACC

Clinical Electrocardiography: A Simplified Approach, 7th Editiongoes beyond the simple waveform analysis to present ECGs as they are used in hospital wards, outpatient clinics, emergency departments, and intensive care units - where the recognition of normal and abnormal patterns is only the starting point in patient care. With Dr. Goldberger's renowned ability to make complex material easy to understand, you'll quickly grasp the fundamentals of ECG interpretation and analysis.

  • Diagnose the key rhythm disorders that are relevant to today's clinical practice through expert pearls and advice.
  • Easily navigate the full text online at www.expertconsult.com, and broaden your mastery of the material with online-only self-assessment ECGs and review questions.

Cardiac Electrophysiology Without Fluoroscopy

by Riccardo Proietti

This book reflects how the concern regarding the effects of radiation exposure in patients and health personnel involved in cardiac electrophysiology (EP) has inspired new developments in cardiac electrophysiology procedures without the use of fluoroscopy. This innovative method has become a subspecialty within electrophysioloy with several EP laboratories around the world adopting an exclusive non-fluoroscopy approach. It features guidance on how to use three dimensional (3D) navigation systems, ablation energy sources and zero-fluorospic implantation of cardiac electronic devices. The potential complications and associated preventative methods with utilising RFCA are also described. Cardiac Electrophysiology Without Fluoroscopy offers a thorough description of the technique correlated to the performance of EP procedure without the use of radiation, and provides a valuable resource for those seeking a practically applicable guide on how to perform cardiac EP without fluoroscopy, including practising and trainee electrophysiologists, cardiac imagers, general cardiologists and emergency medicine physicians.

150 ECG Problems 4th Edition

by John Hampton DM MA DPhil FRCP FFPM FES

This book offers 150 12-lead ECGs and rhythm strips, each with a clinical case history and question. The full ECG is reproduced and a study of it with the case history should be enough to give an answer. On the back the case is examined, with a description of the main features of the ECG along with a clinical interpretation and a "what to do" section. The cases are graded in difficulty. "I would highly recommend it, not only for my younger colleagues and students, but also to colleagues in different specialties."Reviewed by Perfusion, Apr 2015

150 ECG Problems 2th Edition

by John Hampton DM MA DPhil FRCP FFPM FESC

Here's a practical resource for developing ECG interpretation skills. 150 12-lead ECG strips and their associated case histories challenge readers to formulate diagnoses for a wide variety of cardiac abnormalities. Detailed an-swers and explanations allow readers to see whether they reached the correct conclusions. And, page referen-ces to Dr. Hampton's other best-selling books―ECG Made Easy and The ECG in Practice―make it easy to find more information on the relevant principles of ECG interpretation.

  • Presents 150 12-lead ECG strips and case histories ranging in difficulty from basic to complex, offering a challenge for readers at any level of experience.
  • Offers detailed answers and explanations for every case.
  • Provides page references to the most recent editions of ECG Made Easy and The ECG in Practice.
  • Includes 50 brand-new cases for more practice opportunities.
 
  • Over 50 new problems
  • Problems based on rhythm strips included
  • Updated text design
  • Cross-references to ECG Made Easy and ECG In Practice updated
 

ECGs for the Emergency Physician 1

Amal Mattu

With over 200 traces to test your knowledge, this book is a first class learning tool for emergency physicians. Basic student-level knowledge of ECGs is assumed, so the reader can move directly to learning about the more complex traces that occur in the emergency department. The level of difficulty is stratified into two sections for specialists in training and specialist emergency physicians. A minimum amount of information is given beneath each trace, as if in the real situation. The full clinical description is printed in a separate section to avoid the temptation of “looking”. Accompanied by learning points, and with the cases presented randomly, this book provides a rich source of information on the interpretation of ECGs – a core skill for all emergency department staff.

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