|Statement||Edited by Robert S. Eliot [and others]|
|Series||A Symposia specialists book|
|Contributions||Eliot, Robert S., ed., American College of Cardiology.|
|LC Classifications||RC682 .A23|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 352, xvi p.|
|Number of Pages||352|
|LC Control Number||72085848|
The book includes very informative sections on acute coronary syndromes and heart failure, as well as some of the other "miscellaneous topics" as cardiac toxicology, hypertensive emergencies, myocarditis, and pediatric cardiology.5/5(1). Emergency physicians should examine a patient to pick up signs or symptoms related to cardiovascular emergencies—complications directly or indirectly related to cardiovascular emergencies or signs and symptoms related to underlying diseases which manifest as acute cardiovascular problems at the time of presentation in the emergency : Shahzad Anjum. The ESC Textbook of Intensive and Acute Cardiovascular Care is the official textbook of the Acute Cardiovascular Care Association (ACCA) of the ESC. This new updated edition continues to comprehensively approach all the different issues relating to intensive and acute cardiovascular care. It is addressed to all those involved in intensive and acute cardiac care, from . Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings Congress Congresses: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Acute cardiac emergency. Mount Kisco, N.Y., Futura Pub.
The aim of this book is to identify and shed new light on the main surgical practices involved in acute care and trauma surgery offering easy access to both basic and advanced lifesaving procedures. To this aim it also provides practical tips, tricks and pitfalls for each presented : Springer International Publishing. MOH Pocket Manual in Emergency cardiac emergency Acute or long-term toxicity from chemotherapeutic agents Cancer history, receiving treatment Severe pain, anxiety, Vasovagal reflex, neurocardiogenic strong emotion preced-ing the event Physical Examination • Perfusion can be confirmed with the identification of. This means that a small pocket ready reference is an essential aid for a wide range of hospital staff.'Emergency Cardiac Care: a pocket guide' has been developed from the existing 'Guidelines for the Management of Acute Cardiac Problems' used by the famous 'Jimmy's' hospital in Rating: % positive. In the emergency department-in any acute or critical care setting-when it's on you to direct a patient's care based on an ECG, you have to be the ECG expert. Right then. See what you need to see, recognize what's important, and act accordingly. And quickly. Get better with Electrocardiography in Emergency, Acute, and Critical Care, 2nd : American College of Emergency Physicians.
Twenty-seven papers, with discussions, from a program held by the American College of Cardiology at Ponte Vedra, Florida: physiology of sudden death and hemodynamics of cardiovascular collapse; diagnostic approaches; drug, bypass, and pacemaker therapy; prevention; and special topics including drowning, lightning stroke, and electric shock. Acute myocardial infarction (AMI) is the leading cause of death in the United States. Investigating the causes, progression, and treatment of AMI continues to be a national research priority. In clinical medicine, much research has focused on the early diagnosis and treatment of acute cardiac ischemia (ACI), which includes both unstable angina pectoris (UAP) Cited by: 6 million people present to US emergency departments every year with chest pain. Emergency physicians have the difficult task of differentiating life-threatening causes from more benign ones. And beyond chest pain, emergency physicians care for patients with other forms of cardiac disease—arrhythmias, infections, cardiovascular complications from other conditions. In the emergency department-in any acute or critical care setting-when it's on you to direct a patient's care based on an ECG, you have to be the ECG expert. Right then. See what you need to see, recognize what's important, and act accordingly. And quickly. Get better with Electrocardiography in Emergency, Acute, and Critical Care, 2nd Ed.5/5(1).