Practical Manual of Interventional Cardiology
The second edition of this essential book provides a practically applicable manual to a variety of procedures in interventional cardiology keeping up to date with the advancements in percutaneous interventions. All included chapters identify areas that have significantly developed, and feature step-by-step user guides for the latest cardiac intervention techniques for the treatment of various conditions and the use of devices. Many new tops have been discussed such as left main coronary interventions and how to use Cangrelor in patients requiring P2Y12 inhibition after surgery. New topics covered include how to select patients for transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR), and appropriately apply in-stent restenosis methodologies.
Practical Manual of Interventional Cardiology systematically
describes the use of a range of simple and complex interventional
cardiology procedures, and the challenges associated with utilizing
these techniques. It is therefore ideal for use by practicing and
trainee cardiologists seeking an easily accessible reference to apply in
their everyday clinical practice.