Over the last decade, there has been a tremendous improvement in our understanding of basic cardiac electrophysiology. Most introductory electrocardiogram (ECG) books teach via pattern recognition and do not incorporate new pathophysiologic information. There is a great need for a simple book that teaches electrocardiography from a pathophysiologic basis. ECG Interpretation: From Pathophysiology to Clinical Application has been written to fill this gap. It can be utilized as a reference - chapter by chapter or read throughout for an overview. Each chapter will end with questions that provide a chapter review. Case studies are highlighted at the end of the book that integrate the multiple principles of electrocardiography.Table of contents Introduction to cardiac anatomy and electrophysiology.- Introduction to the physics of electrocardiography and the correlation between eletrophysiology and electrocardiography.- The Normal ECG.- Chamber enlargement.- Conduction disturbances (His Purkinje tissue).- Coronary artery disease.- Miscellaneous patterns.- Bradyarrhythmias.- Premature beats.- Classification of Tachycardias.- Wide complex tachyarrhythmias.- Pacemakers.- How to analyze an ECG.- Differential diagnosis of specific electrocardiographic patterns.- Case studies.- Index.
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Titolo: ECG Interpretation : From Pathophysiology to Clinical Application
Editore: Springer Verlag
Finitura: Copertina flessibile