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Arrhythmias 101
Glenn N Levine MD FACC FAHA

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Publish Year2013
Size9.5" X 6.25"
cover TypePaper Back
Quick Overview
The goal of this book is to give you enough of an understanding of arrhythmias that you can recognize what the arrhythmia is and initiate, when indicated, treatment of the patient. The thirteen simple chapters in this book are designed to allow you to quickly and easily achieve this goal.
Key Features
Arrhythmias 101 is the most easy-to-read and comprehensive introductory arrhythmia book there is.

This book is designed to be read cover-to-cover in one sitting or several hours.

This book uses simple, understandable language and 80 color illustrations, flow diagrams, and tables to introduce the reader to the different types of arrhythmias that occur in day-to-day real world practice.

The book teaches the reader about the different types of arrhythmias, what causes them, how to recognize and diagnose specific arrhythmias, and how to treat them.

The reader is introduced to a unique, simple three-step process that can allow any medical professional to diagnose the specific cause of any tachycardia.

The book covers all types of arrhythmias, including tachyarrhythmias, bradyarrhythmias, and heart block.

The book also introduces the reader to paced rhythms and Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) algorithms for treating arrhythmias.

This book is the perfect introductory arrhythmia book for physicians, residents and students, nurses and nursing students, physician assistants and PA students, emergency medical technicians, ER personnel, and any other health care professional who may be involved in the care of patients who develop arrhythmias.

Target Audience
Physicians, Residents and Students, Nurses and Nursing Students, Physician Assistants and PA Students, Emergency Medical Technicians, ER Personnel, and any Other Health Care Professional.
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