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Illustrated Guide to Cardiovascular Disease
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Glenn N Levine MD FAHA FACC
 


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ISBN9789351528449
Edition 1/e
Publish Year2016
Pages1052
Size 6" X 9"
Cover TypeHard Back
With CD/DVD No
Weight (Grams) 1255
Quick Overview
Illustrated Guide to Cardiovascular Disease is an endeavor designed to illustrate the spectrum of normal cardiovascular anatomy and function, cardiovascular disease, and cardiovascular therapies. Diseases and conditions included in this guide include coronary artery disease, acute coronary syndromes, heart failure and cardiomyopathies, valvular heart disease, congenital heart disease, peripheral arterial disease, renovascular disease, diseases of the aorta, arrhythmias, cardiac tumors, venous thromboembolism, and other cardiovascular conditions. Normal and abnormal cardiovascular anatomy, function, and pathology are described and illustrated. Dozens of well established and emerging device-based therapies are illustrated and discussed, including PCI, CABG, ablation therapy, stent grafts, peripheral bypass, endarterectomy, arrhythmia ablation, septal closure devices, atrial appendage occluders, and TAVR. Both American and European practice guidelines for the management of specific cardiovascular diseases are summarized and discussed.
A broad spectrum of traditional and cutting-edge images, as well as numerous tables, illustrations, and flow diagrams, are integrated into clear and concise text. Images include gross and microscopic pathology digital photographs, and cardiovascular test and imaging results including 12-lead electrocardiography, electrophysiological studies and mapping, treadmill testing, 2D and Doppler echocardiography, peripheral ultrasound, cardiac SPECT, coronary angiography and IVUS, cardiac CT, coronary CT angiography, cardiovascular MRI and MRA, and PET CT, as well as novel and cutting-edge images such as strain and 3D echocardiography, 4D MRI, electroanatomic imaging, optical coherence tomography, and ECG isochrones mapping. In all, the book contains over 3,000 images, figures, flow diagrams and tables.
Key Features
The success of the hardcover textbook Color Atlas of Cardiovascular Disease served as the impetus for this handbook Illustrated Guide to Cardiovascular Disease. Illustrated Guide to Cardiovascular Disease is an endeavor to in handbook form illustrate the spectrum of normal cardiovascular antomy and function, cardiovascular disease, and cardiovascular therapies. Diseases and condition included in this guide include coronary artery disease, acute coronary syndromes, heart failure and cardiomyopathies, valvular heart disease, congenital heart disease, peripheral arterial disease, renovascular conditions. Normal and abnormal cardiovascular anatomy, function, and pathology are described and illustrated. Dozens of well established and emerging device-based therapies are illustrated and discussed, including PCI, CABG, ablation therapy, stent grafts, peripheral bypass, endarterectomy, arrhythmia ablation, septal closure devices, atrial appendage occluders, and TAVR. Both American and European practice guidelines for the management of specific cardiovascular diseases are summarised and discussed.
A broad spectrum of traditional and cutting-edge images, as well as numerous tables illustrations, and flow diagrams, are integrated into clear and concise text. Images include gross and microscopic pathology digital photographs, and cardiovascular test and imaging results including 12-lead electrocardiography, electrophysiological studies and mapping, treadmill testing, 2D and Doppler cardiovascular echocardiography, peripheral ultrasound, cardiac SPECT, coronary angiography and IVUS, cardiac CT, coronary CT angiography, cardiovascular MRI and MRA, and PET CT, as well as novel and cutting-edge images such as strain and 3D echocardiography, 4D MRI, electroanatomic imaging, optical coherence tomography, and ECG isochrones mapping. In all, the book contains over 3,000 images, figures, flow diagrams and tables.
Over one hundred and fifty national and international cardiovascular experts, representing almost every continent and part of the world, contributed to this project. Hundreds of other investigations, academicians, and practitioners shared images that were used in this project.
Target Audience
Professional and reference
DOODY'S BOOK REVIEW
REVIEWER'S EXPERT OPINION

Conrad Jablonski, MD(Ochsner Clinic Foundation)

Description

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Purpose

The purpose is to provide pictorial explanations of contemporary cardiovascular themes that have traditionally been explained in words. With new innovations and rapidly evolving technology, the book provides an in-depth and dynamic perspective of cardiovascular procedures and anatomy.

Audience

Given the breadth and rigor of the themes this book addresses, it is most suitable for healthcare providers specializing in the care of cardiovascular patients. This is an ideal book for senior-level residents rotating on cardiology services and first and second year fellows in general cardiology training.

Features

The book covers a spectrum of cardiovascular topics. Particularly well written sections cover left ventricular assist devices, cardiac transplantation, transcatheter aortic valve replacement, congenital cardiovascular pathology, and cardiac oncology.

Assessment

This novel cardiovascular atlas incorporates graphics, logical and easy-to-follow text, and a review of the pertinent and latest evidence-based societal cardiovascular recommendations. It is a must-have for cardiovascular healthcare providers in training.

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