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Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy, Second Edition

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Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy, Second Edition

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2008 | 455 Pages | ISBN: 140517739X | PDF | 20 MB


Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy continues to evolve at a rapid pace. Growing clinical experience and additional clinical trials are resulting in changes in how patients are selected for CRT. This new edition of the successful Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy builds on the strengths of the first edition, providing basic knowledge as well as an up-to-date summary of new advances in CRT for heart failure. Fully updated to include information on technological advances, trouble shooting and recent key clinical trials, and with nine new chapters, this expanded text provides the latest information, keeping the reader up-to-date with this rapidly evolving field.The second edition of Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy is an essential addition to your collection.Content: Chapter 1 The Epidemiology of Heart Failure and Commonly Associated Conduction Disorders (pages 1–14): Maren E. Jeffery and Mariell JessupChapter 2 Comprehensive Pharmacologic Management Strategies for Heart Failure (pages 15–34): Garrie J. Haas and William T. AbrahamChapter 3 Electrical Activation Sequence (pages 35–54): Cecilia Fantoni and Angelo AuricchioChapter 4 Myocardial Mechano?Energetics (pages 55–76): Tammo Delhaas and Frits W. PrinzenChapter 5 Assessment of Electrical and Mechanical Dyssynchrony: Conventional Echocardiography (pages 77–90): Ole?A. BreithardtChapter 6 Newer Echocardiographic Techniques for the Assessment of Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy (pages 91–131): Cheuk?Man Yu and Qing ZhangChapter 7 Value of Non?Echocardiographic Imaging Techniques in Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy (pages 132–143): Claudia Ypenburg, Gabe B. Bleeker, Martin J. Schalij and Jeroen J. BaxChapter 8 Programming and Diagnostic Features of Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Devices (pages 144–165): David Luria, Osnat Gurevitz and Michael GliksonChapter 9 Anatomy of the Coronary Sinus (pages 166–182): Samuel J. AsirvathamChapter 10 Techniques for Visualizing the Coronary Sinus and Coronary Venous Anatomy (pages 183–195): Jagmeet P. Singh and Angelo AuricchioChapter 11 Implantation Techniques for Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy (pages 196–238): Michael O. SweeneyChapter 12 Surgical Approaches to Epicardial Left Ventricular Lead Implantation for Biventricular Pacing (pages 239–249): Sandhya K. Balaram, Joseph J. DeRose and Jonathan S. SteinbergChapter 13 Remote Navigation Implantation Technique (pages 250–260): Carlo Pappone and Vincenzo SantinelliChapter 14 Clinical Trials Supporting Current Indications for CRT (pages 261–276): David L. Hayes and William T. AbrahamChapter 15 Trials of CRT in Atrial Fibrillation and Atrial Rhythm Management Issues (pages 277–289): Maurizio Gasparini and Francois RegoliChapter 16 Ongoing Trials to Further Shape the Future of CRT (pages 290–300): David L. Hayes and Cheuk?Man YuChapter 17 Consideration of CRT in the Pediatric Population (pages 301–308): Anne M. DubinChapter 18 Importance of the Surface Electrocardiogram for the Assessment of Cardiac Resynchronization (pages 309–323): S. Serge Barold, Michael C. Giudici and Bengt HerwegChapter 19 Troubleshooting (pages 324–355): Christophe Leclercq, Philippe Mabo and J. Claude DaubertChapter 20 Optimization of Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy (pages 356–373): Jeffrey Wing?Hong Fung, Stephane Garrigue and Cheuk?Man YuChapter 21 Management Strategies for Patients not Responding to CRT (pages 374–387): John P. BoehmerChapter 22 Device?Based Monitoring and Lung Impedance (pages 388–403): Jeffrey Wing?Hong Fung, Philip B. Adamson and Cheuk?Man YuChapter 23 Device?Based Patient Management (pages 404–418): Maria Rosa Costanzo and Salpy PamboukianChapter 24 Health Economics (pages 419–435): Francisco Leyva