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The ESC Textbook of Intensive and Acute Cardiac Care
Tubaro, Danchin, Filippatos, Goldstein, Vranckx, Zahger
Editore
Oxford University Press
Anno
2011
Pagine
848
ISBN
9780199584314
200,00 €
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  • The key reference for training and accreditation in Intensive and Acute Cardiac Care
  • Fully consistent with ESC guidelines and the ESC Core Curriculum in Acute Cardiac Care
  • Includes 6 months access to an integrated online resource offering links to primary research, extra images, videos, and MCQs for CME

The ESC Textbook of Intensive and Acute Cardiac Care is a key reference for training and accreditation in this specialty. It serves as a reference for experienced and trainee cardiologists and intensivists from all over Europe, establishing a common basis of knowledge in the field and a uniform and improved quality of care, and is fully consistent with guidelines specified in the ESC Core Curriculum for Acute Cardiac Care.

The book comprises 76 chapters, each written by an international opinion leader. The chapters are augmented with numerous high quality colour images.

The printed edition is complemented by an online version, which allows access to the full content of the textbook, provides links from all references through to primary research journal articles, allows full text searches and access to the many figures and tables that can be downloaded for PowerPoint presentations, and hosts video material and multiple-choice questions.

Readership: Cardiologists and trainees in the intensive care and acute cardiac care setting, anaesthetists, intensivists, and specialist nurses.

1: Nicolas Danchin, Gerasimos Filippatos, and Marco Tubaro: Intensive and acute cardiac care: an introduction
Prehospital phase
2: Hans-Richard Arntz: Sudden cardiac death: epidemiology and prevention
3: Andreas Schneider, Peter Teschendorf, and Bernd W. Böttiger: Cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the postcardiac arrest syndrome
4: Frédéric Adnet, Tomislav Petrovic, and Frédéric Lapostolle: Comparison of prehospital emergency care systems in Europe and the United States
5: Peter Clemmensen and Maria Sejersten Ripa: Telemedicine
Emergency department
6: Eric Durand, Aures Chaib, and Nicolas Danchin: Chest pain and chest pain units
7: Nisha Arenja, Thenral Socrates, and Christian Mueller: Acute dyspnoea
8: G. Cayla, P. G. Claret, and J. E. de La Coussaye: Arrhythmias in the emergency department
The intensive cardiac care unit
9: Menachem Nahir and Yonathan Hasin: Recommendations for the structure, organization, and operation of intensive cardiac care units
10: Tom Quinn and Eva Swahn: The intensive cardiac care unit team
11: Alessandro Sionis, Pablo Loma-Osorio, and Magda Heras: Clinical competence and accreditation in intensive and acute cardiac care
12: Eric Boersma, Anselm K. Gitt, and Bertil Lindahl: Databases, registries, and quality of care
13: Leo Bossaert and Jan Bahr: Ethical issues in cardiac arrest and acute cardiac care: a European perspective
Monitoring and investigations in the intensive cardiac care unit
14: Etienne Gayat and Alexandre Mebazaa: Pathophysiology and clinical assessment of the cardiovascular system (including pulmonary artery catheter)
15: Antoine Vieillard-Baron: The respiratory system
16: Cathy S . De Deyne: Monitoring of the neurological condition of the acute cardiac care patient
17: K. Werdan, M. Girndt, and H. Ebelt: Monitoring of kidney, liver, and other vital organs
18: Pavlos M. Myrianthefs and George J. Baltopoulos: Blood gas analysis: acid-base and fluid-electrolyte disorders
19: Alexander Parkhomenko and Olga Gurjeva: Clinical assessment and monitoring of chest radiographs
20: Frank A. Flachskampf and Ruxandra Beyer: Echocardiography in cardiac intensive care
21: J . Schwitter and J . Bremerich: Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging
22: J. E . van Velzen , J. D . Schuijf, L. J . Kroft, and J. J . Bax: CT angiography and other applications of CT
Procedures in the intensive cardiac care unit
23: Josep Masip and Kenneth Planas: Noninvasive ventilation
24: Andrew Rhodes and Gihan Abuella: Mechanical ventilation
25: Bulent Gorenek: Temporary pacing
26: Bernhard Maisch , Arsen Ristic , and Konstaninos Karatolios: Pericardiocentesis
27: Karim Tazarourte, Christian Laplace, and Arthur Atchabahian: Chest tubes
28: Piotr Rozentryt, Pawel Siwolowski, Marian Zembala, and Piotr Ponikowski: Renal support therapy
29: K. Werdan, M. Ruß, and M. Buerke: The intra-aortic balloon pump
30: Susanna Price, Strueber, and Pascal Vranckx: Left ventricular assist devices in acute heart failure
31: Pierre Singer and Ilya Kagan: Nutrition support in acute cardiac care
32: R. Gosselink and J. Roeseler: Physiotherapy in critically ill patients
The laboratory in intensive and acute cardiac care
33: Allan S. Jaffe: The use of biomarkers for acute cardiovascular disease
34: Evangelos Giannitsis and Hugo A. Katus: Biomarkers in acute coronary syndromes
35: Kevin Shah, Pam R. Taub, and Alan Maisel: Biomarkers in acute heart failure
36: Anne-Mette Hvas, Erik Lerkevang Grove, and Steen Dalby Kristensen: Coagulation and thrombosis
37: Martina Zaninotto, Monica Maria Mion, and Mario Plebani: Biomarkers for renal and hepatic failure
Acute coronary syndrome
38: Lina Badimon, Gemma Vilahur, and Teresa Padró: Atherosclerosis and thrombosis
39: Kristian Thygesen, Joseph S. Alpert, Allan S. Jaffe, and Harvey D. White: The universal defi nition of myocardial infarction
40: Kurt Huber, Keith A. A. Fox, Patrick Goldstein, and Nicolas Danchin: Systems of care for patients with acute coronary syndrome
41: Nicolas Danchin and Eric Durand: ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction
42: Peter R. Sinnaeve and Frans J. Van de Werf: Fibrinolytic, antithrombotic, and antiplatelet drugs in acute coronary syndrome
43: Alexander Shpektor and Elena Vasilieva: Mechanical complications of myocardial infarction
44: Diego Ardissino, Daniela Lina, and Francesca Notarangelo: Non-ST-elevation acute coronary syndromes
45: Viktor Kocka , Petr Tousek, and Petr Widimský: Percutaneous coronary interventions in patients with acute coronary syndromes
46: Ardawan J. Rastan, Ömür Akhavuz, and Friedrich W. Mohr: Coronary artery bypass graft surgery
47: Zaza Iakobishvilli and David Hasdai: Cardiogenic shock in patients with acute coronary syndromes
48: Eva Swahn, Joakim Alfredsson, and Sofia Sederholm-Lawesson: Gender and age considerations in acute coronary syndromes
Acute heart failure
49: Marco Metra, Dirk Brutsaert, Livio Dei Cas, and Mihai Gheorghiade: Acute heart failure: epidemiology, classification, and pathophysiology
50: John T. Parissis and Dionysia Birmpa: Acute heart failure: early pharmacological treatment
51: Pascal Vranckx, Wilfried Mullens, and Johan Vijgen: Non-pharmacologic therapy of acute heart failure: when drugs alone are not enough
52: Antonis A. Pitsis and Aikaterini N. Visouli: Cardiac surgery and transplantation in acute heart failure
Arrhythmias
53: C. Lavalle , R. P. Ricci , and M. Santini: Conduction disturbances and pacemaker
54: Panos E. Vardas, Emmanuel P. Koutalas, and Emmanuel N. Simantirakis: Atrial fi brillation and supraventricular arrhythmias
55: Joachim R. Ehrlich and Stefan H. Hohnloser: Ventricular tachyarrhythmias and implantable cardioverter/ defibrillator
Other acute cardiovascular conditions
56: Michel Noutsias, Sabine Pankuweit, and Bernhard Maisch: Myocarditis, cardiac tamponade, and pericarditis
57: Gregory Ducrocq, Franck Thuny, Bernard Iung, and Alec Vahanian: Acute valve disease and endocarditis
58: Susanna Price, Brian Keogh, and Lorna Swan: Congenital heart disease in adults
59: Laurent de Kerchove, Manuel Pirotte, and Gébrine el Khoury: Aortic emergencies
60: Demetrios Demetriades and Leslie Kobayashi: Cardiac complications in trauma
61: Patrizia Presbitero, Dennis Zavalloni, and Benedetta Agnoli: Cardiac emergencies in pregnancy
Concomitant acute conditions
62: Luciano Gattinoni and Eleonora Carlesso: Acute respiratory failure and acute respiratory distress syndrome
63: Nazzareno Galiè, Alessandra Manes, Massimiliano Palazzini, and Enri Leci: Pulmonary hypertension
64: Stavros Konstantinides and Adam Torbicki: Pulmonary embolism
65: Didier Leys, Charlotte Cordonnier, and Valeria Caso: Stroke
66: Sean M. Bagshaw, John Prowle, and Rinaldo Bellomo: Acute kidney injury
67: Marijke Gielen, Yoo-Mee Vanwijngaerden, Dieter Mesotten, Greet Van den Berghe: Hyperglycaemia and diabetes
68: Yves Debaveye, Jeroen Vandenbrande, and Greet Van den Berghe: Endocrine emergencies
69: Pier Mannuccio Mannucci: Bleeding and haemostasis disorders
70: Jean-Pierre Bassand, Francois Schiele, and Nicolas Meneveau: Anaemia and transfusion
71: Julian Arias Ortiz, Raphaël Favory, and Jean-Louis Vincent: Infection, sepsis, and multiple organ dysfunction syndrome
72: A. Ricard-Hibon, S. Curac, and V. Belpomme: Acute pain in the intensive cardiac care unit
73: John A. McPherson, Chad E. Wagner, and E. Wesley Ely: Acute cognitive disorders: recognition and management of delirium in the intensive cardiac care unit
74: Alain Durocher and Raphaël Favory: Special considerations in immunosuppressed patients
75: Don Poldermans and Sanne Hoeks: Perioperative management of the high-risk noncardiac surgical patient
76: Marco Ranucci, Serenella Castelvecchio, and Andrea Ballotta: Perioperative management of the high-risk cardiac surgery patient

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