Basic and Bedside Electrocardiography is the first book to integrate the basics of ECG interpretation with the most recent clinical guidelines for treating patients with ECG abnormalities.
Author: Romulo F. Baltazar
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Basic and Bedside Electrocardiography is the first book to integrate the basics of ECG interpretation with the most recent clinical guidelines for treating patients with ECG abnormalities. Each concise, bulleted chapter discusses a disease state, gives many tracings as examples, provides clear illustrations of pathophysiology, and offers guidelines for diagnosis and treatment of specific entities. More than 600 illustrations aid readers in recognizing commonly encountered ECG abnormalities. Diagrammatic illustrations at the end of most chapters summarize the different ECG abnormalities discussed, to help readers recognize the different arrhythmias more easily. An appendix provides quick-reference information on commonly used intravenous agents.
The first book to integrate the basics of ECG interpretation with the most recent clinical guidelines for treating patients with ECG abnormalities, this resource discusses disease states, provides clear illustrations of pathophysiology, and ...
Author: Romulo F Baltazar, MD, Facc
The first book to integrate the basics of ECG interpretation with the most recent clinical guidelines for treating patients with ECG abnormalities, this resource discusses disease states, provides clear illustrations of pathophysiology, and offers guidelines for diagnosis and treatment of specific entities.
Basic and Bedside Electrocardiography. Philadelphia: LWW. Chan, T.C., Brady, W.J., Harrigan, R.A. et al. (eds.) (2005). ECG in Emergency Medicine and Acute Care. Philadelphia: Elsevier. Goldberger, A.L., Goldberger, Z.D., and Schvilkin, ...
Author: Michael J. Lipinski
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Offers a guide for a complete understanding of the disease and conditions most frequently revealed in ECGs recorded in the acute, critical, and emergency care settings Electrocardiogram in Clinical Medicine offers an authoritative guide to ECG interpretation that contains a focus and perspective from each of the three primary areas of medical care: acute care, critical care and emergency care. It can be used as a companion with the book ECGs for the Emergency Physician I & II (by Mattu and Brady) or as a stand-alone text. These three books can be described as a cumulative EGG reference for the medical provider who uses the electrocardiogram on a regular basis. Electrocardiogram in Clinical Medicine includes sections on all primary areas of ECG interpretation and application as well as sections that highlight use, devices and strategies. The medical content covers acute coronary syndromes and all related issues, other diseases of the myocardium, morphologic syndromes, toxicology and paediatrics; dysrhythmias will also be covered in detail. This important resource: • Goes beyond pattern recognition in ECGs to offer a real understanding of the clinical syndromes evidenced in ECGs and implications for treatment • Covers the indications, advantages and pitfalls of the use of ECGs for diagnosis in all acute care settings, from EMS to ED to Critical Care • Examines the ECG in toxic, metabolic and environmental presentations; critical information for acute care clinicians who need to be able to differentiate ODs, poisoning and other environmental causes from MI or other cardiac events • Facilitates clinical decision-making Written for practicing ER, general medicine, family practice, hospitalist and ICU physicians and medical students, Electrocardiogram in Clinical Medicine is an important book for the accurate interpretation of EGG results.
This patient had a calcium level of 16 mg/dL. (From Baltazar RF: Basic and Bedside Figure 31.24 Osborn waves in hypothermia. Core body temperature of. Figure 31.21 Electrocardiography. Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2009.) ...
Author: Joseph E. Parrillo, MD, FCCM
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Take the best possible care of adult critical care patients with Critical Care Medicine: Principles of Diagnosis and Management in the Adult! Editors Dr. Joseph Parrillo and Dr. Phillip Dellinger, two of the most respected names in critical care medicine, combine their extensive knowledge with that of hundreds of top authorities in the field to bring you expert, state-of-the-art answers to any clinical question you may face in the intensive care unit. Offer your adult critical care patients the most effective care with practical, evidence-based guidance from many of the most trusted experts in critical care medicine. Learn from the best ICU specialists worldwide with contributions from an increased number of international authorities. Effectively manage common complications in the ICU with updated coverage of severe sepsis, septic shock, surgical infections, neurogenic and anaphylactic shock, severe heart failure, acute coronary syndromes, and Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome. Access the complete contents online at Expert Consult, along with an image bank and instructional videos!
Basic and Bedside Electrocardiography. ... The ECG should be monitored to ensure that signs of hyperkalemia are reversing. ... The dose of either can be repeated after 6 hours if the ECG changers persist or recur.
Author: Joseph E. Parrillo
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Now completely revised to bring you up to date with the latest advances in the field, Critical Care Medicine: Principles of Diagnosis and Management in the Adult, 5th Edition, delivers expert, practical guidance on virtually any clinical scenario you may encounter in the ICU. Designed for intensivists, critical care and pulmonology residents, fellows, practicing physicians, and nurse practitioners, this highly regarded text is clinically focused and easy to reference. Led by Drs. Joseph Parrillo and Phillip Dellinger, the 5th Edition introduces numerous new authors who lend a fresh perspective and contribute their expertise to that of hundreds of top authorities in the field. Includes new chapters on current applications of bedside ultrasound in the ICU, both diagnostic and procedural; mechanical assist devices; and extra-corporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO). Contains new administrative chapters that provide important information on performance improvement and quality, length of stay, operations, working with the Joint Commission, and more. Features new images that provide visual guidance and clarify complex topics. Keeps you up to date with expanded chapters on echocardiography in the ICU and valvular heart disease, including TAVR. Includes separate chapters on mechanical ventilation of obstructive airway disease and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) – including the many recent changes in approach to positive end expiratory pressure setting in ARDS. Covers key topics such as patient-ventilator synchrony and non-invasive ventilation for treating chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients with acute respiratory failure. Reflects the recent literature and guidance on amount of fluids, type of fluid, vasopressor selection, mean arterial pressure target, and decision on steroid use in septic shock. Provides questions and answers in every chapter, perfect for self-assessment and review.
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Author: Ganesh Naik
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book reports on the latest advances in the study of biomedical signal processing, and discusses in detail a number of open problems concerning clinical, biomedical and neural signals. It methodically collects and presents in a unified form the research findings previously scattered throughout various scientific journals and conference proceedings. In addition, the chapters are self-contained and can be read independently. Accordingly, the book will be of interest to university researchers, R&D engineers and graduate students who wish to learn the core principles of biomedical signal analysis, algorithms, and applications, while also offering a valuable reference work for biomedical engineers and clinicians who wish to learn more about the theory and recent applications of neural engineering and biomedical signal processing.
26. Medi C, Kalman JM. Prediction of the atrial flutter circuit location from the surface electrocardiogram. Europace. 2008;10(7):786Y96. 27. Baltazar RF. Basic and bedside electrocardiography: Lippincott Williams & WilNins; 2012. 28.
Author: Azin Alizadehasl
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
This book is question-based, full of important clinical and practical points in cardiology, tables, images and movies. It fills a gap in the existing literature by providing a step-by-step educational and practical and clinical study, covering basic to advanced cardiology tips that would be helpful to all residents, fellows, and clinicians in cardiology, internal medicine, cardiac surgery, interventional cardiology, and pediatric cardiology around the world.
In: Marriott's Practical Electrocardiography. 11th ed. ... Clinical value of 12-lead electrocardiogram after successful reperfusion therapy for acute myocardial infarction. ... In: Basic and Bedside Electrocardiography.
Author: Jennifer L. Martindale
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
For a busy clinician in the Emergency Department, the ability to spot a lethal cardiac condition is critical. Rapid Interpretation of ECGs in Emergency Medicine fills a gap in ECG training in an easy-to-use, highly visual format. ECG patterns, gathered from patient records and from the files of physicians at the Harvard-affiliated hospitals, represent the range of pathologies that hospitalists, internal medicine physicians, family medicine physicians, and emergency medicine physicians must recognize. The format of Rapid Interpretation of ECGs in Emergency Medicine is to first show an ECG in its native state to give you the chance to recognize and interpret salient features. The page can then be flipped to look at the same ECG with abnormal patterns enlarged, highlighted in color, and described in brief text. The ECGs are presented with and without annotations so you can test your diagnostic skills.
Basic and Bedside Electrocardiography . Baltimore, MD : LWW ; 2009 . Dubin D. Rapid Interpretation of EKGs . 6th ed. Tampa, FL : Cover ; 2000 . Goldberger AL , Goldberger ZD , Shvilkin A. Goldberger's Clinical Electrocardiography: A ...
Author: Maureen A. Knechtel, MPAS, PA-C
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
A comprehensive, systematic approach to 12-lead EKG interpretation covering all relevant topics you’ll encounter in clinical practice-including treatment options! Delivering clear and concise explanations to help students easily grasp key concepts, this book provides a comprehensive, no-nonsense approach to EKG interpretation for nurse practitioner and physician assistant students, as well as practicing clinicians who need a quick refresher. The third edition retains the book’s systematic, physiologic approach that trains readers to follow the same steps in evaluating EKG tracings. After working through this book, you'lll gain a genuine understanding of EKG interpretation and will no longer need to memorize EKG strips. Using the patient's presenting symptoms as a starting point, abundant clinical scenarios demonstrate real-life applications for interpreting EKG readings. With over 75 figures and tables and more than 260 EKG tracings, this resource delivers everything you need to provide expert, quality care to your patients. NEW to the THIRD EDITIONn Treatment options included for premature atrial and ventricular contractions, atrial and ventricular arrhythmias, ischemia and infarction, and heart block 14 in-depth chapter case scenarios to further challenge you and increase your proficiency in EKG interpretation 60 new EKG tracings, providing you with more than 260 tracings throughout the book Evidence-based approaches to differentiate between similar EKG patterns New high-risk EKG descriptions, including multiple types of high-grade heart block and Wellen's syndrome for acute myocardial infarction Risk stratification techniques for heart block, acute coronary syndromes, and supraventricular and ventricular arrhythmias utilizing the EKG ; KEY FEATURES Addresses EKG interpretation using a systematic, physiologic approach, eliminating the need for memorization Uses the patient's presenting clinical symptoms as a starting point to teach critical thinking Includes more than 75 figures and tables and 260 EKG tracings to further illustrate concepts Offers 140 end-of-chapter review questions to help solidify your knowledge Includes 70 case studies with EKG tracings and teaching points at the end of the book, plus additional case studies in each chapter, to connect key concepts with real-world learning
The description of Bedside ECG here will include only working knowledge and a tool to diagnose the basic ECG abnormality which corroborate clinically. Brief description about Electrocardiography Most basic principle is generation of ...
Author: Chandan Kumar Das
Publisher: Prowess Publishing
The book is titled as “Bedside approach to clinical cardiology”. The real problem in evaluating clinical history for cardiac cases have been observed by the author during his long clinical work experience of 36 years. As such the heart ailments are on the rise globally. India shares most young population with this disease. Hence each and every clinician should have basic knowledge in clinical cardiology to address these cases at the bedside. This book comprises the very basic art of history taking, its critical analysis, coordination of symptoms with the hypothesized heart disease and their immediate management at the bedside itself. This book has unique presentation of some case studies and intra-cardiac devices like pacemakers, ICD and CRT-D. As of now no clinical method book in cardiology contains such a large spectrum for a complete solution of cardiac cases at the bedside. The book has been targeted for undergraduate and postgraduate students of MD (Medicine) and DM (Cardiology) and clinicians practicing medicine and cardiology including the internees.