Electrophysiology for Clinicians

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Electrophysiology for Clinicians

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by Miguel A. Barrero Garcia; Laurent Macle; Paul Khairy; and Stanley Nattel
Foreword by William G. Stevenson, MD   

Published May 2011

Format:  Softcover

Trim Size: 6 X  9 inches

ISBN: 9781935395140

254 pages

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A concise and practical tool for learning the basic concepts of cardiac electrophysiology, including the diagnosis and management of cardiac arrhythmias, and the indications for patient referral.
Clinically oriented, practical and a useful resource for:    

  • Allied health professionals in the lab and in the clinic
  • Fellows
  • The general physician who needs to know the technical aspects of electrophysiology
  • Anyone on the front line dealing with patients that present with cardiac problems

From the foreword:

Electrophysiology for Clinicians is a superb distillation of the field for clinicians. Authored by leaders in the field, led from the Montreal Heart Institute, it is a clear and concise text emphasizing clinically valuable insights and providing their pathophysiologic basis. Overviews of the fundamentals of arrhythmias and therapies provide the clinician with the necessary foundation for incorporation and retention of new advances into their knowledge base. This book is of great value to health care providers who care for patients with cardiac arrhythmias.
- William G. Stevenson, MD

From the preface:

Electrophysiology for Clinicians unravels the complexities inherent to cardiac electrophysiology, with a focus on diagnosis and management of cardiac arrhythmias and indications for patient referral. With a standardized chapter outline approach that includes key points, color figures, charts, and tables, this handy guide will help demystify the essentials of cardiac electrophysiology for the practicing caregiver.


Authors:

Miguel A. Barrero Garcia, MD, Centre Hospitalier Regional de Trois Rivieres, Quebec

Laurent Macle, MD, Montreal Heart Institute, Montreal, Canada; Université de Montréal

Paul Khairy, MD, PhD, FRCP(c), Canada Research Chair, Electrophysiology and Adult Congenital Heart Disease; Director, Adult Congenital Heart Centre, Montreal Heart Institute; Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Montreal; Research Director, Boston Adult Congenital Heart Service, Harvard University

Stanley Nattel, MD, Professor of Medicine and Paul-David Chair in Cardiovascular Electrophysiology, University of Montreal; Cardiologist and Director of Electrophysiology Research Program, Montreal Heart Institute


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