Morton J. Kern, Paul Sorajja, Michael J Lim
Elsevier; 6th edition
This easy-to-access and one-of-a-kind Cardiac Catheterization Handbook, now in its sixth edition, returns with expanded information and instructions that are crystal clear on what to avoid, what to expect, and how to treat issues that may arise in the catheterization laboratory. It provides rapid access to knowledge on the most recent diagnostic and treatment improvements that are important for providing the best possible patient care, making it ideal for physicians, surgeons, and cardiologists who need a quick clinical primer on cardiac catheterization.
- An approach that is simple and uncomplicated, making it perfect for use as a reference while traveling.
- Includes coverage for vascular closure devices, congenital heart disease, radial artery catheterization, and carotid, as well as renal stenting and drug-coated stenting.
- This chapter focuses on the most recent advancements in catheterization procedures, such as guidance devices, new-generation stents, and closure devices, to ensure that you are fully current.
- This focused update will cover treatment methods for every procedure that you may encounter, as well as the most recent information and clinical trials addressing recent scientific advancements.
- Discussions on structural heart disease as well as recent advances in heart valve disease are included.
- This article will discuss the management of common patient problems, with an emphasis on the potential risks and results, in order to assist you in making educated decisions.
- Your visual comprehension of the topic is improved by brand-new drawings, of which there are approximately 40 in total.
- eBooks in PDF format can be read on a wide number of devices.