| The Cardiac Cathertization Handbook - 4th Ed, Copyright 2003, M. Kern, M.d., F.a.c.c. |
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The Cardiac Cathertization Handbook - 4th Ed, Copyright 2003, M. Kern, M.D., F.A.C.C. : This one-of-a-kind handbook again provides step-by-step instructions on what to expect, what to avoid, and how to manage complications in the cath lab, with valuable updates on safety requirements, new technology, and new techniques. It takes youthrough a detailed review of equipment, specific laboratory techniques, and lab safety, as well as the limitations, complications, and medical-surgical implications of cardiac catheterization and angiography findings. The book's portable size make it thepreferred pocket reference! Table of Contents 1. INTRODUCTION TO THE CATHETERIZATION LABORATORY - Indications for Cardiac Catheterization. - Contraindications - Complications andRisks - Catheterization Laboratory Data - Preparation of the Patient -Special Preparations - The Team Approach to Cardiac Catheterization - Equipment in the Catheterization Laboratory - Training Requirements - Environmental Safety in the Catheterization Laboratory 2. ARTERIAL AND VENOUS ACCESS PERCUTANEOUS FEMORAL - TheArm Approach - Use of Heparin during Cardiac Catheterization - Problems of Vascular Access - Common Problems in Accessing and Cannulating Coronary Arteries and Grafts - Arterial and Venous Access: Nurse/Technician Viewpoints - Equipment and Instruments Used for Access 3. HEMODYNAMIC DATA - Pressure Waves in the Heart - Right and Left Heart Catheterization - Computations for Hemodynamic Measurements - Computations of Valve Area from Pressure Gradients and Cardiac Output. - Examples of Aorticand Mitral Valve Area Calculations - Use of Valve Resistance for Aortic Stenosis - Measurement of Cardiac Output - Intracardiac Shunts - Equipment Used for Hemodynamic Study - Hemodynamic Recording Techniques - Hemodynamic E
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