McGraw-Hill Digital
Libro ebook Multimodal Cardiovascular Imaging: Principles and Clinical Applications, Olle Pahlm, Galen Wagner
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Digital
Categories: Medicine
Categories: Clinical trials
Language: Inglés
Price in book ePub
: 136.62 (136.62)
ePub with Adobe DRM
Publishing year: 2011
Size: 17.2 Mb
Copy No
Printing No
ISBN: 9780071613460
FAVORITE Uncheck
BOOK DESCRIPTION
INDEX
COMMENTS
A complete guide to using multimodal imaging in cardiac practice

Interactive DVD includes moving images from the text

4 STAR DOODY'S REVIEW!
"In addition to compiling the various imaging modalities used for clinical   diagnosis in cardiovascular disease, the book also summarizes the present and future applications of combined imaging modalities for better understanding the underlying pathophysiologic basis of cardiovascular diseases....This book is unique in the way it comprehensively reviews both the current and future   applications of multiple imaging modalities."--Doody's Review Service

Multimodal Cardiovascular Imaging: Principles and Clinical Applications offers a unique matrix approach to help you choose the most appropriate combination of imaging modalities for the management of patients with cardiovascular disease. The book discusses the various options available, how they work, the benefits and drawbacks of each, and what modalities will best work in conjunction with each other for a specific condition.

Featuring contributions from more than 60 international authors and enriched by 225 half-tone modality images and 130 full-color illustrations, Multimodal Cardiovascular Imaging: Principles and Clinical Applications is divided into three sections:

Section 1 contains chapters that focus on the use of ten specific clinically  available diagnostic modalities and their broad application to clinical cardiology. Modalities discussed include:

Echocardiography
Phonocardiography
Myocardial Perfusion SPECT and PET
Coronary Angiography
Cardiac CT
Section 2 includes six chapters that present visions of the future for combining multiple diagnostic modalities. They form the foundation for understanding the pathophysiologic basis of clinical cardiovascular conditions using prototypes, simulations, models, and tutorials.

Section 3 considers several cardiovascular conditions and how multimodal imaging can provide diagnostic and therapeutic decision support to optimize the clinical care for each of them. Some chapters in this section also include case reports of how clinicians/scientists are using multimodal imaging modalities to improve their clinical therapeutic decision support. Conditions include:

Congenital Heart Disease
Ischemic Heart Disease
Acute Myocardial Infarction
Aortic Disease
Atrial Fibrillation

Dedication
Acknowledgments
Contributing Authors
Introduction, Olle Pahlm, Galen Wagner, Nina Hakacova, and Ljuba Bacharova
SECTION I: MULTIMODAL IMAGING EVOLUTION FROM INDIVIDUAL IMAGING MODALITIES
1. Echocardiography, Sebastian T. Palmeri, Liliana Cohen, and Daniel M. Shindler
2. Phonocardiography, Anna-Leona Noponen, Sakari Lukkarinen, and Raimo Sepponen
3. Myocardial perfusion Single Photon EmissionComputed Tomography and Positron EmissionTomography, Marcus Carlson and Juhani Knuuti
4. Coronary Angiography, Kjell C. Nikus
5. Cardiac Computed Tomography, Monvadi B. Srichai and João A. C. Lima
6. Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging inIschemic Heart Disease, Erik Hedström, Martin Ugander, and HåkanArheden
7. Electrocardiography of Ischemic Heart Disease, Henrik Engblom and David G. Strauss
8. Electrophysiologic Mapping, Donald D. Hegland, Kevin P. Jackson, and James P.Daubert
9. Nuclear Cardiology Applied toElectrophysiology, Philippe Chevalier, Roland Itti, andLaurence V. Bontemps
10. Optical Mapping of Electrical Activity, Jiashin Wu, Hiroshi Morita, and Douglas P. Zipes
11. Dipolar Electrocardiotopography Imaging, Ljuba Bacharova and Anton Mateasik
SECTION II: FOUNDATIONS OF FUTURE METHODS FOR CARDIOVASCULAR MULTIMODAL IMAGING
12. Electrocardiographic Imaging of EpicardialPotentials, Fady Dawoud, John L. Sapp, John C. Clements,and B. Milan Horácek
13. Electromechanical Modeling Applied to CardiacResynchronization Therapy, Jason Constantino, Viatcheslav Gurev, andNatalia A. Trayanova
14. Computational Cardiac   Electrophysiology:Modeling Tissue and Organ, Martin J. Bishop, Hermenegild J. Arevalo, Patrick M.Boyle, Natalia A. Trayanova, Edward Vigmond, andGernot Plank
15. Cardiac Simulation for Education: TheElectrocardiogram According to ECGSIM, Adriaan van Oosterom and Thom F. Oostendorp
16. Graphical Analysis of Heart Rate Patterns toAssess Cardiac Autonomic Function, Phyllis K. Stein and Panagiotis Pantazopolous
17. Development of the Heart, withParticular Reference to the CardiacConduction Tissues, Robert H. Anderson, Aleksander Sizarov, andAntoon F. M.   Moorman
SECTION III: CARDIOVASCULAR MULTIMODAL IMAGING IN KEY CLINICAL PROBLEMS
18. Congenital Heart Disease: Atrioventricular Septal Defect, Nina Hakacova
19. Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathies, Vincent L. Sorrell, Julia H. Indik, Nishant Kalra,and Frank I. Marcus
20. Ischemic Heart Disease, Brian B. Ghoshhajra, Ricardo C. Cury, and RichardD. White
21. Acute Myocardial Infarction, Joey F. A. Ubachs, Lia E. Bang, Jacob T. Lønborg,Philip Hasbak, Nina Hakacova,and Galen S. Wagner
22. Diseases of the Aorta, Igor Mamkin and John F. Heitner
23. Peripheral Vascular Disease, Rajan Hundal, Anthony DeFrance, and Peter S. Fail
24. Pulmonary Vascular Disease, Stephen F. Crawley and Andrew J. Peacock
25. Atrial Fibrillation, Rob MacLeod and J.J.E. Blauer
Index

Comments about the book
Your rating:
Rating:
Comment:
To participate you need to be registered from here
Privacity | Terms website use | CONTACT
2000-2020 © Powered by Global Content Manager