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Offers a guide for a complete understanding of the disease and conditions most frequently revealed in ECGs recorded in the acute, critical, and emergency care settings Electrocardiogram in Clinical Medicine offers an authoritative guide to ECG interpretation that contains a focus and perspective from each of the three primary areas of medical care: acute care, critical care and emergency care. It can be used as a companion with the book ECGs for the Emergency Physician I & II (by Mattu and Brady) or as a stand-alone text. These three books can be described as a cumulative EGG reference for the medical provider who uses the electrocardiogram on a regular basis. Electrocardiogram in Clinical Medicine includes sections on all primary areas of ECG interpretation and application as well as sections that highlight use, devices and strategies. The medical content covers acute coronary syndromes and all related issues, other diseases of the myocardium, morphologic syndromes, toxicology and paediatrics; dysrhythmias will also be covered in detail. This important resource: - Goes beyond pattern recognition in ECGs to offer a real understanding of the clinical syndromes evidenced in ECGs and implications for treatment - Covers the indications, advantages and pitfalls of the use of ECGs for diagnosis in all acute care settings, from EMS to ED to Critical Care - Examines the ECG in toxic, metabolic and environmental presentations; critical information for acute care clinicians who need to be able to differentiate ODs, poisoning and other environmental causes from MI or other cardiac events - Facilitates clinical decision-making Written for practicing ER, general medicine, family practice, hospitalist and ICU physicians and medical students, Electrocardiogram in Clinical Medicine is an important book for the accurate interpretation of EGG results.
A collection of 200 high quality ECGs (Electrocardiogram's) that cover the entire spectrum of emergency electrocardiography. The first half of the book represents an intermediate level of difficulty and is ideal for residents in training and for the emergency medicine board review. The second half contains more advanced ECGs and will challenge even the most seasoned emergency medicine practitioner. When taken in its entirety, the book contains one of the best collections of ECGs ever assembled, targeted at advancing the ECG interpretation skills of emergency physicians and other acute health care providers.
This extension to the popular "ECGs for the Emergency Physician
Volume 1 "continues to provide the emergency health care provider
with outstanding practical and emergency medicine-relevant teaching
of a life-saving skill: emergency electrocardiography
This volume can be used individually or paired with Volume 1 to present one of the most comprehensive and educational ECG collections ever assembled for emergency physicians and other acute health care providers.
This scenario-based text provides answers to urgent and emergent
questions in acute, emergency, and critical care situations
focusing on the electrocardiogram in patient care management. The
text is arranged in traditional topics areas such as ACS,
dysrhythmia, etc yet each chapter is essentially a question with
several cases illustrating the clinical dilemma - the chapter
itself is a specific answer to the question.
This is a unique format among textbooks with an ECG focus. The
clinical scenarios cover the issues involved in detecting and
managing major cardiovascular conditions. Focused, structured
discussion then solves these problems in a clinically relevant,
rapid, and easy to read fashion.
This novel approach to ECG instruction is ideal for practicing critical care and emergency physicians, specialist nurses, cardiologists, as well as students and trainees with a special interest in the ECG.
Improve your skills in visual diagnosis Speed and accuracy of diagnosis is the key to saving lives in emergency and critical care medicine. Careful visual inspection of the patient, the data (radiography, electrocardiogram), and related clues can often help providers choose the right diagnosis and ultimately the best treatment -- but this knowledge comes with experience. This book provides 110 randomly presented visual diagnosis cases for self-testing, imitating real-life situations found in the emergency department setting. Written by distinguished emergency and critical care physicians, and thoroughly revised and updated throughout, this second edition includes 25% new cases and is an ideal aid for trainees preparing for Board examinations as well as an invaluable refresher' for qualified emergency and critical care providers.
Now that state of the art equipment can be carried in ambulances, prehospital emergency staff are able to perform an ECG soon after arrival on scene, enabling the EMS provider to gather important diagnostic information that can not only guide prehospital therapy but also direct hospital-based treatment. This book exclusively addresses ECGs for prehospital emergencies, ranging from basic rhythm diagnosis to critical care applications of the electrocardiogram and advanced 12-lead ECG interpretation in the ACS patient. It provides self testing traces covering all these conditions seen in prehospital and hospital- based environments. It includes 200 randomly presented cases mirroring real life situations, with the answers set out separately together with additional invaluable information. Written by highly experienced emergency physicians with EMS qualifications and experience, this text is an ideal learning tool for trainees and fully qualified staff alike, including ground EMS advanced life support providers, aeromedical staff, and inter-facility critical care transport personnel.
ECG in Emergency Medicine and Acute Care provides a comprehensive, clinically relevant resource on electrocardiography for those who care for patients in the emergency setting. The book provides succinct information on ECG abnormalities and their aetiologic differential diagnoses, diagnostic criteria for the ECG manifestations of various clinical diseases/entities, and many 12-lead ECG examples for review. * Offers expert guidance from a premier editorial team. * Includes description/pathophysiology * causes * ECG findings * differential diagnosis/hints * and ECG examples in the Electrocardiographic Manifestations of Disease section. * Features a consistent chapter organization that follows a specific outline, ensuring consistent, reliable information throughout. * Uses over 450 illustrations, including a multitude of 12-lead examples for review-making this resource ideal for board preparation. * And much more.
It is essential that Emergency and Acute Care physicians are experts at the use and interpretation of the ECG, which is commonly used as a diagnostic tool in critical care. There are significant benefits of early and accurate diagnosis of patients presenting in ED with cardiovascular complaints/irregularities. The ED physician must make rapid and accurate diagnosis and follow up with appropriate therapy rapidly. Using real ECGs, this book will help the trainee emergency physician to practice and hone their ECG interpretation skills providing invaluable guidance for their board exams and qualifying into their profession.
Topics in this issue include: Cardiac Arrest as a Public Health Concern; Prehospital Cardiac Arrest; Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation; Cardioactive Medications in Cardiac Arrest; Airway Management in Cardiac Arrest; Rapid Response Teams; and? Pediatric Cardiac Arrest.
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