See this image The EHRA Book of Pacemaker, ICD and CRT Troubleshooting Vol. 2
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Editura: Oxford University Press
Nr. pagini: 320
An aparitie: 31 Mar. 2022
- Official publication of the European Heart Rhythm Association
- Takes a case-based teaching approach to support learning device troubleshooting
- Coverage of new techniques, including troubleshooting of conduction system pacing, leadless pacing, and S-ICDs
- Clear and standardized layout allowing the reader to progress easily through the book
Following the success of the first volume of the EHRA Book of Pacemaker, ICD and CRT Troubleshooting a second volume with new cases has now been developed. A timely addition to the European Society of Cardiology, as device therapy has seen many new developments since the first volume, with the advent of leadless pacing, conduction system pacing, and subcutaneous ICDs, amongst other novelties. These new technologies are covered in the book, as are general device troubleshooting issues which were not presented in the first volume.
Maintaining an identical format for the cases in this volume, which are arranged in separate sections on pacing (27 cases), ICDs (23 cases), and CRT (20 cases), each section is arranged in a logical manner to guide the reader and help build on knowledge gained from reading the previous cases. As with the first volume, the content will help those planning on sitting the EHRA Cardiac Pacing exam. There is significant detail regarding specific algorithms of different device manufacturers that will also appeal to general cardiologists, nurses, and allied professionals performing device follow-up.
As with the first volume, this book will serve not only to further your technical knowledge, but also to sharpen your skills of observation and reasoning.
Table of Contents:
Section 1: Pacemakers: Cases 1-27
Section 2: Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator: Cases 28-50
Section 3: Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy: Cases 51-70
|31 Mar. 2022
|Haran Burri, Jens Brock Johansen, Nicholas Linker, and Dominic AMJ Theuns
|Oxford University Press