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  1. The cardiac catheter book : diagnostic and interventional techniques

    Lapp, Harald
    Stuttgart : Thieme, [2014]

    Now reaching a larger audience, [this book] serves as an excellent overall contribution to the rapidly evolving field of interventional cardiology. -- Doody Enterprises, Inc. Loaded with tips, tricks, and expert solutions to everyday clinical problems, this book is a must for all specialists and trainees performing cardiac catheterizations. It covers basic principles, diagnostic strategies for specific diseases, and the newest interventional techniques, giving readers the tools to successfully manage all types of valvular and structural heart disease. Special Features: Concisely reviews the basics of cardiac catheterization, with sections on indications, risks and complications, patient preparation, equipment and laboratory setup, contrast media, and interpretation of findings Covers the full range of interventional catheter techniques, including percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI), coronary stent implantation, rotational athetectomy, cutting balloon angioplasty, shunt closure, and much more Examines current, evidence-based diagnostic approaches to such commonly seen conditions as valvular disease, cardiomyopathies, coronary artery disease, congenital heart disorders, pericardial disease, aortic dissection, and more Describes key new interventions for structural heart disease, including transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI), interventions for mitral regurgitation (Mitraclip), occlusion of the left atrial appendage (LAA-Occlusion), and renal nerve ablation for resistant arterial hypertension Provides hundreds of illustrations, coronary angiograms, and radiographic images that clarify every concept Demonstrates step-by-step approaches, case studies, and detailed angiographic sequences in nearly 400 helpful videos From the fundamentals to the newest therapeutic advances, this book provides the core information needed by every practice performing diagnostic and interventional cardiac catheterizations. It is essential for interventional cardiologists, cardiology fellows, and interventional radiologists who want to quickly increase their knowledge and skills and offer optimal care to their patients.

    Online EBSCO Academic Comprehensive Collection

  2. Complication management in the cardiac catheter laboratory

    Berlin, Germany : Springer, 2023.

    The management of complications in the cardiac catheterization laboratory systematically prepared for the prospective interventional cardiologist and already existing "heart teams". patient care Risk stratification, patient preparation Legally compliant clarification and documentation Aftercare of the patient Procedural complications Puncture site related For wire placement, catheter placement PTCA associated, stent associated Drug and mechanical thrombus management Periprocedural complications Hemodynamic management, cardiogenic shock and use of support systems Airway Management Conscious sedation in the cath lab Contrast allergy and contrast induced nephropathy CPR in the cath lab Error management Teamwork Error culture. What can we learn from aviation Concrete training recommendations, simulation trainings Guideline-based therapy and training according to European Society of Cardiology German Society for Cardiology Recommendations of the Simulation Working Group of the DGK and the AGIK This book is a translation of an original German edition. The translation was done with the help of artificial intelligence (machine translation by the service A subsequent human revision was done primarily in terms of content, so that the book will read stylistically differently from a conventional translation.

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  3. Transcatheter mitral valve therapies [digital]

    Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2021.

    "The mitral valve, also known as the bicuspid or atrioventricular valve, plays a major role in controlling the transfer of blood from the left atrium to the left ventricle. There are two main types of mitral valve disease that can lead to mitral regurgitation: degenerative, in which the leaflets or the sub-valvular apparatus are deformed, and functional, in which cardiomyopathic dilatation of the ventricle or atrium results in malcoaptation of otherwise structurally normal leaflets. In reality, mitral regurgitation is often caused by a combination of both degenerative and functional processes"--



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