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Handbook of Cardiac Emergencies

Handbook of Cardiac Emergencies

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J. Au, M. Black, A. Chauhan, C. Clarke, M. Cutts, G. Goode, D. Hume, D. Kelly, E. Lee, D. Roberts
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  • Date Published: No date available
  • availability: Unavailable - out of print March 2006
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521681032

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  • Handbook of Cardiac Emergencies is aimed at a broad spectrum of intensive and coronary care personnel and provides rapid access to important information on the treatment of the patient in the coronary care unit (CCU), in an easily readable and accessible format. It comprises a series of cutting-edge article on key aspects of emergency care of the cardiac patient and reviews some of the most advanced concepts in the modern CCU. Whilst assuming a basic knowledge of underlying problems, the book nonetheless outlines key physiological principles where necessary, and critically reviews current literature and best practice. Divided into two main sections, Basic Principles and Specific Problems, for ease of quick reference, the book focuses throughout on providing key practical information on treatment techniques for busy CCU personnel and features such important topics as shock, severe sepsis, echocardiography, catheter-based treatments for acute cardiac emergencies, cardiac arrest and CPR, cardiogenic shock, heart failure and the role of surgical intervention. All of the authors are directly involved in CCU research and practice and are familiar with the latest techniques and developments in this fast-moving field of medicine.

    • Aimed at a broad readership, including anaesthetic, medical and nursing staff
    • Covers all aspects of UK practice
    • Designed for ease of reference
    • More concise and affordable than most equivalent titles
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    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521681032
    • availability: Unavailable - out of print March 2006
  • Table of Contents

    1. Shock
    2. Acute cardiac physiology
    3. Acute cardiac pharmacology
    4. Heart-lung interactions
    5. Mechanical ventilation and cardiac function
    6. Monitoring
    7. The right ventricle
    8. The heart and circulation in severe sepsis
    9. Echocardiography and cardiac emergencies
    10. Mechanical aids
    11. Interventional cardiology techniques in acute cardiac emergencies
    12. The role of surgical intervention
    13. Cardiac arrest and CPR
    14. Unstable angina and myocardial infection
    15. Cardiogenic shock
    16. Cardiac failure and pulmonary oedema
    17. Acute management of arrythmias
    18. Miscellaneous emergencies.

  • Editors

    Ian McConachie

    David Hesketh Roberts, Blackpool Victoria Hospital

    Contributors

    J. Au, M. Black, A. Chauhan, C. Clarke, M. Cutts, G. Goode, D. Hume, D. Kelly, E. Lee, D. Roberts

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