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Essential companions for both the aspiring and practising electrophysiologist, The EHRA Book of Pacemaker, ICD and CRT Troubleshooting and The EHRA Book of Pacemaker, ICD, and CRT Troubleshooting and The EHRA Book of Interventional Electrophysiology assist device specialists in tackling both common and unusual situations that they may encounter during daily practice. Taking a case-based approach, they cover pacemakers, implantable cardioverter defibrillators & cardiac resynchronisation therapy, and, electrophysiological procedures for supraventricular and ventricular arrhythmias, respectively.
[Margot: Please add the book cover and the links to buy the book...I've done the rest ;-)]
Edited by Haran Burri, University Hospital of Geneva, Switzerland, Carsten Israel, Evangelical Hospital, Bielefeld, Germany, and Jean-Claude Deharo, Timone Hospital, Marseilles, France
The EHRA Book of Pacemaker, ICD and CRT Troubleshooting is the perfect companion for electrophysiologists, cardiology trainees and technical consultants working with device patients as well as for those studying for the EHRA accreditation exam in cardiac pacing
Much more than just a technical manual of device algorithms, the cases help readers to consolidate their technical knowledge, and improve their reasoning and observation skills so they are able to tackle device troubleshooting with confidence. The 70 cases are arranged in three sections by increasing levels of difficulty to walk readers through all the skills and knowledge they need in an easy to use and structured format. Each case contains a short clinical description and a device tracing followed by a multiple choice question. Answers are supplied with detailed annotations of the tracing and an in-depth discussion of the case, highlighting practical hints and tips as well as providing an overview of the technical function of devices. A useful summary of principal device features and functions is also included.
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Edited by Hein Heidbuchel University of Antwerp and University Hospital Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium, Mattias Duytschaever, Saint-Jan Hospital Bruges, Department of Cardiology, Bruges, Belgium and Haran Burri, University Hospital of Geneva, Switzerland
The EHRA Book of Interventional Electrophysiology is the second official textbook of European Heart Rhythm Association (EHRA). Using clinical cases to encourage practical learning, this book assists electrophysiologists and device specialists in tackling both common and unusual situations that they may encounter during daily practice. Covering electrophysiological procedures for supraventricular and ventricular arrhythmias, the book enables specialists to deepen their understanding of complex concepts and techniques. Tracings are presented with multiple choice questions to allow readers to hone their skills for interpreting challenging cases and to prepare for the EHRA certification exam in electrophysiology. Cases include orthodromic atrioventricular re-entrant tachycardia, pulmonary vein isolation, ventricular tachycardia ablation, and atypical left atrial flutter, to name a few.
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