Friday, September 07, 2018

Cardiovascular Catheterization and Intervention: A Textbook of Coronary, Peripheral, and Structural Heart Disease, Second Edition 2017

Interventional cardiology refers to the catheter-based treatment of cardiovascular diseases and is one of the fastest growing fields in medicine. This updated text addresses recent advances in structural heart interventions, in particular aortic and mitral valve procedures. The advent of newer technologies presents both opportunities and challenges for the cardiologist to treat patients optimally. Interventional cardiologists are now at the forefront of peripheral and structural heart interventions.

This new edition focuses on tailoring treatment to individual patients, taking into account specific risk factors and comorbidities, and appropriate use of devices. This second edition also provides useful tools, such as treatment algorithms, evidence tables, charts, tables, and illustrations to enhance the value of this volume as a practical reference tool. The online edition also includes several "how-to" videos.


Table of contents : Content: Table of ContentsSection 1: General concepts1. Introduction to cardiac catheterizationRichard A. Lange and Steven R. Bailey2. Setting up a catheterization laboratory and equipment considerationsJohn W. Hirshfeld, Jr.3. Principles of radiation safetyThomas M. Bashore4. Contrast mediaLaura Davidson and Charles Davidson5. Patient selection, preparation, risks and informed consentJ. Dawn Abbott and David O. Williams6. Conscious sedation (local anesthetics, sedatives, and reversing agents)Steven P. Dunn7. Vasopressors, vasodilators, antithrombotics in the catheterization laboratoryTracy E. Macaulay and David J. Moliterno8. Vascular access for percutaneous interventions and angiographyNay Htyte and Christopher J. WhiteSection 2: Hemodynamic assessment and endomyocardial biopsy9. Right heart catheterization (cardiac output, vascular resistance, shunt detection and quantification)Franz R. Eberli10. Pulmonary hypertension - hemodynamic assessment and response to vasodilatorsMyung H. Park and Vallerie V. McLaughlin11. Valvular heart disease - measurement of valve orifice area and quantification of regurgitationBlase A. Carabello12. Hemodynamic assessment for restriction, constriction, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, and cardiac tamponadeBrinder Kanda, Mario Gossl, and Paul Sorajja13. Endomyocardial biopsy - indications and proceduresGregg F. Rosner, Garrick C. Stewart and Kenneth L. Baughman14. PericardiocentesisCarl L. Tomasso15. Catheterization of the cardiac venous systemAmartya Kundu, Chirag Bavishi, Partha Sardar, and Saurav Chatterjeeã Section 3: Coronary angiographic assessment16. Coronary arterial anatomy: normal, variants, and well-described collateralsJohn P. Erwin, Evan L. Hardegree, and Gregory J. Dehmer17. Diagnostic angiographic catheters: coronary and vascularMichael Lim18. Coronary imaging: angiography, CTA, MRAJoel A. Garcia and John D. Carrollã Section 4: Catheterization in special circumstances19. Cardiac catheterization for pediatric patientsAlbert P. Rocchini20. Cardiac catheterization for the adult with complex congenital heart diseaseSubrata Kar and Jorge R. Alegriaã Section 5: Non-coronary angiographic assessment21. Ventriculography and aortographyJose G. Diez and James M. Wilson22. Pulmonary angiographyHong Jun Yun, Syed Sohail Ali, and P. Michael Grossman23. Transseptal catheterizationZoltan G. Turi24. Mesenteric and renal angiographyRony Lahoud and Leslie Cho25. Peripheral vascular angiographyFadi Saab26. Carotid and cerebral angiographyRobert D. Safianã Section 6: Intracoronary and intracardiac assessment27. Application of intracoronary physiology: use of pressure and flow measurementsMorton J. Kern and Arnold H. Seto28. Intravascular ultrasound and virtual histologyCharis Costopoulos, Adam J. Brown, Adriano Caixeta, Akiko Maehara, Gary S. Mintz, and Martin R. Bennett29. Optical coherence tomographyMohamad Soud, Gabriel Tensol Rodrigues Pereira, Marco A. Costa, Hiram G. Bezerra, and Guilherme F. Attizzaniã Section 7: Interventional cardiology30. Percutaneous coronary intervention - general principlesJack P. Chen and Spencer B. King31. Guiding catheters and wiresDavid W. M. Muller and Roberto Spina32. Coronary artery stentingStephane Cook, Raffaele Piccolo, and Stephan Windecker33. Primary PCI in ST-elevation myocardial infarctionMotaz Moussa and James E. Tcheng34. Cardiogenic shockArif Jivan and Mark J. Ricciardi35. A clinical approach and comprehensive review of percutaneous revascularization of coronary chronic total occlusionSubrata Kar, Debabrata Mukherjee, and David E. Kandzari36. Saphenous vein graftsClaudia P. Hochberg, Ion Botnaru, and Joseph P. Carrozza37. Emboli protection devices, atherectomy, thrombus aspiration devicesFernando Cura and Andres Navarro38. Complications of PCI: stent loss, coronary perforation and aortic dissectionAmir-Ali Fassa and Marco Roffi39. Intra-aortic balloon pump counterpulsation, percutaneous left ventricular supportAmirreza Solhpour and Richard W. Smallingã Section 8: Structural heart procedures40. Intracardiac echocardiographyLaurens F. Tops, Victoria Delgado, Dennis W. den Uijl, and Jeroen J. Bax41. TEE to guide interventional cardiac procedures in the catheterization laboratoryMatthias Greutmann, Christiane Gruner, Mellita Mezody, and Eric Horlick42. Transcatheter aortic valve replacementStephane Noble and Peter Wenaweser43. Percutaneous therapies for mitral valve diseaseAkhil Parashar, E. Murat Tuzcu, and Samir R. Kapadia44. Hypertrophic cardiomyopathyShikhar Agarwal, Samir R. Kapadia and E. Murat Tuzcu45. Left atrial appendage exclusionBasil Alkhatib, Athanasios Smyrlis, and Srihari S. Naidu46. Percutaneous closure of atrial septal defect and patent foramen ovaleFabian Nietlispach and Bernhard Meier47. Pediatric and adult congenital cardiac interventionsSawsan M. Awad, Qi-Ling Cao, and Ziyad M. Hijazi48. Embolization for fistulas and AVMsNicholas Kipshidze, Robert Rosen, and Irakli Gogorishviliã Section 9: Peripheral interventional procedures49. Peripheral arterial intervention (lower and upper extremity)M. Rizwan Sardar and J. Dawn Abbott50. Renal and mesenteric artery interventionsSumit Baral, Robert A. Lookstein, and John H. Rundback51. Carotid and vertebral artery interventionsPiero Montorsi, Stefano Galli, and Marco Roffi52. Treatment of intracranial arterial diseaseAlberto Maud and Gustavo J. Rodriguez53. Endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR)Saad Hussain Syed and Aamer AbbasSection 10: Credentialing and documentation54. Training program guidelines, case numbers, and maintenance of certificationMichele Doughty Voeltz55. Electronic catheterization records and data collection for quality improvementPartha Sardar, Amartya Kundu, Saurav Chatterjee, and Theophilus Owan