Interventional Cardiology, 2/e

저자 Alan C. Yeung
출판사 McGraw-Hill
출판년도 2017.12
ISBN_13 9780071820363
판형 Hardcover l 1312 page l 2판
정가 342,000▼5%
판매가격 324,900적립금 : 6,498(2%)
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The first-ever primer for the cardiovascular interventionalist – updated with the latest procedural advice!

Filling a crucial gap in procedural knowledge, this groundbreaking reference was the first to focus on interventional cardiovascular procedures. The book includes a full section on procedures as well as chapters on the necessary scientific foundation, to which specialists will refer every day in their clinical practice. In addition, each procedural chapter is loaded with valuable tips and pitfalls from an internationally recognized group of experts.

The comprehensive coverage of the book is highly accessible thanks to a well-organized full-color format that synthesizes important information and provides a consistent template in describing each procedure. Throughout the book, charts and tables help to summarize key concepts and can serve as the basis for a detailed overview.

NEW to this edition: Case-based discussions at the end of each chapter, 20 new chapter topics, online videos, calculators, and more

Edited by some of the foremost experts in the field, and featuring contributions from key opinion leaders in interventional cardiology

Top-to-bottom coverage of the latest interventional cardiology techniques

Valuable perspectives on avoiding and properly managing complications

Up-to-date information on devices

An extensive illustration program with four-color images and figures throughout


Part 1. Knowledge Foundation

Section 1. Anatomy for Interventional Cardiology

1. Coronary Artery Anatomy for the Interventionalist, add some bypass anatomy?

2. Cardiac Chamber Anatomy (emphasize atrial septum and appendage)

2’. Valve Anatomy (emphasize aortic and mitral)

3. Peripheral Anatomy for the Interventionalist add radial (upper arm) anatomy Should we add carotid?

Section 2. Physiology

4. The Coronary Circulation, emphasize FFR based concept

5. Physiological Evaluation of Renal Artery Stenosis: A Hemodynamic Approach

5’. Sympathetic nervous system physiology (enphasize renal)

Section 3. Pathophysiology

6. Valvular Pathophysiology

7. Arterial Disease Separate Coronary atherosclerosis from Arterial Disease

8. Ventricular Pathophysiology

Part 2. Equipment: Construction and Performance

9. Equipment for Percutaneous Coronary Intervention

10. Design and Construction of Stents

11. Adjunctive Devices: Atherectomy, Thrombectomy, Embolic Protections, IUVS, Doppler, and Pressure Wires

11”. Aortic valvuloplasty equipment

11’’: TAVR Equipment

11’’’: ?Renal Dernervation equipment

11’’’’ Closure devices

11’’’’’Equiptment for structural heart disease interventions (ASD PFO etc) --This may precede TAVI, renal etc

Part 3. Principles and Catheter Laboratory Equipment

12. X-Ray Cinefluorographic Systems

13. Operational Radiation Management for Patients and Staff


15. X-Ray Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Coronary Arteries

16. Intracardiac Echocardiography, OTC and FFR in the Catheterization Laboratory

17. Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory Physiologic Recorders

18. Digital Image Formats and Archiving Practices

Part 4. Pharmacology Major update in content

19. Antithrombin Therapies

20. Antiplatelet Therapies in Contemporary Percutaneous Coronary Intervention

21. Thrombolytic Therapy

22. Radiographic Contrast Media

23. Renal Complications of Contrast Media

24. Patient Sedation in the Cardiovascular Catheterization Laboratory

Part 5. Procedures

25. Diagnostic Procedures: Special Considerations

25’ Radial Approach

26. Diagnostic Procedures: Peripheral Angiography

27. Adjunctive Diagnostic Techniques

28. Coronary Guidewire Manipulation

29. Coronary Balloon Angioplasty

30. Coronary Stenting, Bare Metal Stents, and Drug-Eluting Stents plus Bioabsorbable stents

30’: Drug eluting balloon

31. Rotational Atherectomy: Concepts and Practice

32” Instent restenosis

33. Basic Wire-Handling Strategies for Chronic Total Occlusion

34. Percutaneous Intervention in Chronic Total Coronary Occlusions

36. Distal Embolic Protection Devices

37. Intervention in Venous and Arterial Grafts

38. Special Considerations: Acute Myocardial Infarction

39. Complex Lesion Intervention: Bifurcation, Left Main Coronary Artery, and Ostial Lesions

40. Special Considerations: Small Vessel and Diffuse Disease

41. Special Patient Subsets: Diabetic and Elderly

42. Inoue-Balloon Mitral Valvuloplasty

43. Aortic Valvuloplasty and Future Solutions to Aortic Valve Disease

44. Two TAVR techniques

44. Balloon Pulmonary Valvuloplasty

44’Mitral clip

44’’Atrial appendage closure

45. Percutaneous Closure of Atrial Septal Defect and Patent Foramen Ovale

46. Alcohol Septal Ablation for Obstructive Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

47. Coronary Vein Device Insertion

48. Device Retrieval Systems

49. Percutaneous Treatment of Coronary Artery Fistulas

50. Renal Artery Angioplasty and Stenting

50’: Renal denervation

51. Iliac Angioplasty and Stenting

52. Endovascular Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair

53. Carotid and Vertebral Artery Intervention

Part 6. Complications and Management More case based

54. Risk Stratification in Interventional Cardiology

55. Acute Threatened Coronary Closure

56. Subacute Closure

57. Coronary Artery Perforation

58. Embolization and No-Reflow During Percutaneous Coronary Intervention

59. Emergency Surgery

60. Complications of Peripheral Procedures

60’ Emergency resuscitation measures

Part 7. Medical Management of Risk Factors

61. Lipid-Lowering Therapy and the Interventional Cardiologist

62. Hypertension

63. Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease

64. Nontraditional Risk Factors for Atherosclerosis

Part 7’ Procedure selection (AUC and the “Heart Team”)

64’ Appropriateness criteria for coronary revascularization

64’’ Appropriateness criteria for other procedures if there are any

Part 8. Preclinical and Clinical Trials

65. Preclinical Laboratory Functions

66. The Core Laboratory: Quantitative Coronary Angiography and Intravascular Ultrasound

67. How to Read Clinical Trials

Part 9. Reimbursement and Hospital Finance

68. Cost-Effectiveness

69. Quality Assurance and Quality Improvement in Interventional Cardiology

69’ ACO

Part 10. Principles of Innovation

70. Innovation and Interventional Cardiology: Looking Back, Thinking Ahead

71. Principles of Innovation: Transforming Clinical Needs into Viable Inventions

71’’’ Regulatory considerations

71’. Web based learning

71’’. Web based clinical care





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