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Publisher Description

The Essential Visual Guide to Basic Cardiac Electrophysiology


Cardiac Electrophysiology: A Visual Guide for Nurses, Techs, and
Fellows
fulfills the need of electrophysiology students, allied health
personnel and new fellows for a practical, hands-on pictorial guide that
clearly illustrates the essential concepts of clinical cardiac
electrophysiology.


One of the first medical texts to include "live" video examples in
QuickTime and animations using Keynote, this attractive landscape-oriented
eBook has more than 70 high-quality tracings, diagrams, fluoroscopic
images, and electroanatomic maps accompanied by detailed discussions of
each image that offer a fundamental understanding of cardiac
electrophysiology equipment, principles, and procedures:


•Catheter placement, hardware connections, and intracardiac
signals

•Normal electrogram sequences associated with sinus rhythm

•Methodologies used to uncover the mechanisms of common clinical
tachycardias


In addition, commentaries provided throughout the book introduce more
advanced principles for readers who want to delve further into the EP
study.


Authored by a team of experts from the London Health Sciences Centre in
London, Ontario, Canada. Cardiac Electrophysiology: A Visual Guide for
Nurses, Techs, and Fellows
is an invaluable resource for a complex
technology, providing superb guidance in acclimating new trainees and
personnel to the EP laboratory and empowering them with the knowledge and
skills needed to practice clinical electrophysiology.


From the Foreword by George J. Klein, MD, FRCP(C)
“This reader-friendly and unique visual guide to performing and
understanding the arr
hythmia study surpasses the needs of a simple
introduction and will be useful to all levels of trainee who want to move
to the next level.”

GENRE
Professional & Technical
RELEASED
2011
November 27
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
160
Pages
PUBLISHER
Cardiotext Publishing
SELLER
Cardiotext Publishing
SIZE
52.6
MB

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