Prof. Josep Masip, MD, PhD, FESC
Intensive Care Department, Consorci Sanitari Integral,
University of Barcelona, Spain
Why the handbook was created
Physicians working in acute care settings need to know all the techniques of monitoring, how to proceed for monitoring in the main clinical scenarios and how to obtain or calculate some important clinical parameters.
In addition, they need to know the main classifications, scores, indexes and guidelines related to these scenarios.
What is in it?
The Handbook of Acute CardioVascular Monitoring provides knowledge which cannot be obtained by consulting published reviews or general textbooks.
It contains a detailed overview of the main techniques for monitoring acute cardiovascular patients, offering a practical approach to the main clinical scenarios, constituting an irreplaceable tool for health care providers managing acute cardiovascular patients.
No matter if a patient presents acute cardiovascular or non-cardiovascular complications, practical guidance will be easily found in the pages of the handbook.
Table of contents
- Part I - Overview of Haemodynamic Monitoring
- Part II - Techniques for Haemodynamic Monitoring
- Part III - Specific Clinical Scenarios
- The Future
View the detailed table of contents
Discover the free sample chapter on intra-abdominal hypertension
Who needs this handbook?
The handbook is for fellows or in-training cardiologists, intensive care, emergency and internal medicine physicians, as well as nurses and staff physicians from these specialties.
Why buy it?
The handbook provides clear, updated information and an extensive and detailed overview of the topics, practical and visual presentations, and rapid identification – all provided by the world's most important experts on each topic.
It is a unique and incomparable resource in the field.
How to buy
The handbook is published as an online PDF, for private use only. Please do not share it.
- €50 (excl. VAT) for ACVC Silver Members and Fellows of ACVC
- €99 (excl. VAT) for ACVC Regular Members and non-members
After your purchase, the access link will be available in your My ESC account in the publication section