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The Cardiac Catheterization Handbook

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Edition:
4th
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9780323022477

ISBN10:
0323022472
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Pub. Date:
3/5/2003
Publisher(s):
Mosby
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Summary

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 you through 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 the preferred pocket reference! Presents clear instructions on what to expect, what to avoid, and how to manage complications. Features a straightforward, easy-to-understand approach and a pocket-sized format that are ideal for reference by practitioners on the go. Covers all of the newest interventional techniques, including the use of drug-coated stents, carotid stenting, and renal stenting. Presents brand-new coverage of vascular closure devices and radial artery catheterization. Features an increased emphasis on congenital heart disease. Incorporates new material on patient preparation, laboratory setup, and the digital lab.

Table of Contents

Introduction to the Catheterization Laboratory
1(51)
Morton J. Kern
Robert Roth
Indications for Cardiac Catheterization
1(3)
Contraindications
4(1)
Complications and Risks
4(1)
Catheterization Laboratory Data
4(2)
Preparation of the Patient
6(12)
Special Preparations
18(7)
Team Approach to Cardiac Catheterization
25(4)
Equipment in the Catheterization Laboratory
29(4)
Training Requirements
33(3)
Environmental Safety in the Catheterization Laboratory
36(16)
Arterial and Venous Access
52(74)
Saad Bitar
Morton J. Kern
Frank Bleyer
Percutaneous Femoral Approach
52(28)
Arm Approach
80(10)
Use of Heparin During Cardiac Catheterization
90(1)
Problems of Vascular Access
91(10)
Arterial and Venous Access: Nurse-Technician Viewpoint
101(3)
Equipment and Instruments Used for Access
104(22)
Hemodynamic Data
126(91)
Morton J. Kern
Ted Feldman
Saad Bitar
Pressure Waves in the Heart
126(3)
Right-and Left-Sided Heart Catheterization
129(6)
Computations for Hemodynamic Measurements
135(2)
Computations of Valve Areas from Pressure Gradients and Cardiac Output
137(2)
Examples of Aortic and Mitral Valve Area Calculations
139(2)
Use of Valve Resistance for Aortic Stenosis
141(6)
Measurement of Cardiac Output
147(3)
Fick Oxygen Consumption Method
150(1)
Indicator Dilution Cardiac Output Principle
151(2)
Angiographic Cardiac Output
153(1)
Differences Among Cardiac Output Techniques
154(1)
Intracardiac Shunts
154(10)
Equipment Used for Hemodynamic Study
164(6)
Hemodynamic Recording Techniques
170(1)
Hemodynamic Examples and Artifacts
170(39)
Electrocardiography in the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory
209(3)
Components of the Electrocardiogram
212(5)
Angiographic Data
217(109)
Saad Bitar
Morton J. Kern
Coronary Arteriography
217(30)
Problems and Solutions in the Interpretation of Coronary Angiograms
247(15)
Ventriculography
262(12)
Ascending Aortography
274(4)
Abdominal Aortography
278(3)
Pulmonary Angiography
281(3)
Peripheral Vascular Angiography
284(5)
X-Ray Image
289(11)
Digital Angiography
300(3)
Radiation Safety
303(2)
Injectors and Contrast Materials
305(4)
Angiographic Catheters
309(3)
Medications Used in Coronary Angiography
312(8)
Pacemakers
320(6)
Electrophysiologic Studies and Ablation Techniques
326(53)
Denise L. Janosik
Antonella Quattromani
Lisa Schiller
Technical Aspects
327(6)
Procedures
333(21)
Utility of Electrophysiologic Study for Specific Diagnosis
354(9)
Catheter Ablation
363(16)
Research Techniques
379(32)
Steve Herrmann
Morton J. Kern
Sanjeev Puri
Quantitative Coronary Angiography and Ventriculography
381(2)
Myocardial Blood Flow
383(2)
Myocardial Metabolism
385(1)
Coronary Sinus Catheterization
385(1)
Doppler Coronary Flow Velocity Techniques
386(12)
Combined Hemodynamic and Echocardiographic Methodologies
398(3)
High-Fidelity Micromanometer-Tip Pressure Measurements
401(1)
Physiologic Maneuvers in the Catheterization Laboratory
402(9)
Special Techniques
411(39)
Morton J. Kern
Saad Bitar
Transseptal Heart Catheterization
411(7)
Direct Transthoracic Left Ventricular Puncture
418(3)
Endomyocardial Biopsy
421(7)
Coronary Sinus Catheterization
428(1)
Pericardiocentesis
429(8)
Intravascular Foreign Body Retrieval
437(3)
Transluminal Alcohol Septal Ablation for Hypertrophic Obstructive Cardiomyopathy
440(2)
Special Conditions
442(8)
High-Risk Cardiac Catheterization
450(45)
Kevin Lisman
Glenn Levine
Hassan Rajjoub
Steve Herrmann
Saad Bitar
Morton J. Kern
High-Risk Patient
450(1)
Incidence of Complications in the High-Risk Patient
450(13)
Management of Arrhythmias in High-Risk Patients
463(16)
Cardiac Support Devices
479(16)
Interventional Techniques
495(52)
Morton J. Kern
Saad Bitar
Sanjeev Puri
Hassan Rajjoub
Steve Harrmann
Percutaneous Coronary Interventions
495(37)
Valvuloplasty
532(15)
Documentation in the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory
547(14)
Anne Bradley
Health Care Quality Standards to Reduce Medical Malpractice
547(1)
Medical Record: General Points
548(4)
Minimum Documentation in the Catheterization Laboratory
552(1)
Charting Recommendations for Outpatient Catheterization
552(2)
Documentation for Medical Treatment Problems or Complications: Events Requiring an Incident Report
554(2)
Equipment Failure
556(5)
APPENDIXES
561(36)
A Invasive Cardiovascular Examinations and Procedures
563(6)
B Heart Diagrams
569(2)
C Functional Anatomy of the Heart
571(5)
D Tables of Units, Calculations, and Conversions
576(8)
E Radiologic Configuration of Prosthetic Heart Valves
584(5)
F Basic Electrocardiography
589(8)
G Methods for Common Drugs
597


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