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A practical approach to clinical arrhythmology


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(ISBN: 9788492442867)

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The book is devoted to clinical arrhythmology and is written in a practical and understandable manner, intended for young cardiologists who sometimes get lost in the complexities of the field and fail to organize their knowledge in an efficient way. With this goal in mind, a number of prestigious specialists in the field have collaborated in this joint venture, writing a number of concise, useful, and very interesting chapters that summarize many hours of work and professional dedication.
The result is easy to read and easy to handle. Perhaps best of all, this is an opportunity for the reader to enjoy a very personal celebration of friendship and electrophysiology.



Características Materias Indice

Autor/es: Josep Brugada , Lluís Mont
Temáticas: Medicina y ciencias de la salud
Páginas: 248
Año edición: 2010 (1)
Encuadernación: Tapa dura y sobrecubierta
Interior: Color
Medidas: 17 x 24 cm
Peso: 0,721 kg
Idioma: Inglés
ISBN: 9788492442867

- What should a clinician know about basic mechanisms of arrhythmia?
- A practical approach to clinical electrophysiology
- Pacing manoeuvres and ablation of sustained ventricular tachycardia
- Epicardial ventricular tachycardias. Diagnosis and treatment
- Ventricular outflow tract tachycardia: tips and tricks for successful ablation
- Ablation of atrial fibrillation: who, when and how?
- Ablation of left atrial flutter: how to go from a nightmare to cure
- Ablation of long-standing AF. Is it wise to pursue it?
- Understanding and ablating typical atrial flutter
- Atrio-ventricular nodal tachycardia: a simple and fast approach to cure
- Ablation of atrial tachycardias: a combination of ECG and EP may allow a simpler and faster approach
- Ablation of accessory pathways: a simplified approach
- Diagnosis and therapy of complex accessory pathways (Mahaim fibres, Coumel tachycardia, uncommom locations)
- Radiofrequency ablation in infants and children: the simpler, the better
- Long QT syndrome and Catecholaminergic VT. A wise in an sensitive approach to the patient and family
- Risk stratification in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy: who should receive an ICD?
- Diagnosis and therapy in Brugada syndrome: how to transform complex questions into simple answers
- Arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyiopathy/dysplasia: diagnosis and management