Elsevier - Academic Press
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The POCKETBOOK OF CARDIOLOGY is designed to provide the practical information required for managing cardiology in-patients and out-patients. This includes sections on dealing with common out-patient consultations, common interspecialty referrals, cardiological problems on the cardiac surgery unit, acute cardiological emergencies, and terminal care in cardiology. Also, as cardiology is a specialty with a high technical content, sections are included that provide the core information relating to the common technical subspecialties - echocardiography, cardiac catheterisation and catheter intervention, pacing and electrophysiology. Finally, a technical data section provides details of normal values for cardiac catheterisation, echocardiography and electrocardiography.
A practical manual of clinical cardiology, fully updated with the latest treatments and approaches.
Attractive two colour layout.
Written for doctors entering cardiology as career registrars who require practically-based materials, but of value to nursing staff and GPs.
About the Author
Neil R. Grubb, BSc(Hons), MB, ChB, MRCP, MD, Consultant Cardiologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer, Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh, UK; and David E. Newby, BA, BSc(Hons), BM, MRCP, MD, Professor of Cardiology and Consultant Cardiologist, Centre for Cardiovascular Sciences, University of Edinburgh, Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh, UK
Table of Contents
Section A - Trainee's Survival Guide-Refresher course in basic cardiology
Cardiology consultations and referrals
Emergency cardiological procedures
Section B - Management of In-patient Cardiac Problems - Acute cardiac emergencies
Acute coronary syndromes
Accelerated hypertension and pulmonary embolism
Section C - Out-patient Management of Cardiac Problems-New patient consultations
Miscellaneous out-patient problems
Grown-up congenital heart disease
Section D - Investigative and Interventional-Cardiology
Cardiac catheterisation and intervention