Topics in Ischemic Heart Disease and Arrhythmias In order to provide the latest and most sophisticated treatment the cardiology clinician must have current knowledge of a vast amount of translational research in the pathophysiology of these disorders as well as be aware of recent advances and issues in pharmacogenic and interventional therapies.
Topics in Arrhythmias and Ischemic Heart Disease provides expert reviews and assessment of the most recent clinical research and on current trends in evaluation, diagnosis, and clinical management.
Reviews include assessment of emerging data and indications of likely key advances with signifiacnt impact on clinical research in the near future. This volume is a must-have for every cardiologist needing to be fully current on recent advances in ischemic heart disease and arrhythmic disorders.
About the Series
Developed by expert faculty at the Cornell Division of Cardiology, the Emerging Concepts in Cardiology series edited by Craig T. Basson and Bruce B. Lerman, provides "state of the art reviews" of each topic from a clinical perspective, with expert perspectives in current clinical research and emerging basic and traditional research issues all in a concise, attractive and well-illustrated texts.
Topics in Ischemic Heart Disease and Arrhythmias
;Preface, Contributors, 1. Risk Stratification of Sudden Cardiac Death, Apoor Patel and Sei Iwai, 2. Management of Acute Coronary Syndromes, Luke K. Kim and Dmitriy N. Feldman, 3. Percutaneous Coronary Intervention in the Modern Era, Hasan A. Ahmand and Robert Minutello, 4. Predictors of Outcome in Chronic Ischemic Heart Disease, Robert Kim, 5. Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy, Christopher F. Liu and Kenneth M. Stein, 6. Catheter Ablation for Atrial Fibrillation, Steve Markowitz, 7. Percutaneous Treatment of Valvular Heart Disease, S. Chiu Wong, Eric Au, and Suzanne Zentko, 8. Advances in Pulmonary Hypertension, Evelyn Horn and Irina Sobol, 9. Asymptomatic Carotid Artery Stenosis: Detection, Risk Stratification, and Management, Issam D. Moussa, Indexread more