Cardiology EmergenciesCardiology Emergencies covers the presentation, investigation, and management of acute cardiac problems that require speedy diagnosis and management. Created as a resource for residents and students, as well as an easy reference guide for physicians, this handbook is organized for quick access and learning. It is divided into three sections: the first provides acute presentations for quick diagnosis, the second addresses specific conditions, and the third offers clear descriptions of how to perform common practical cardiac procedures. Packed with concisely written summaries and bullet-point information, it is the ideal guide to the practical management of cardiac emergencies.
Cardiovascular EmergenciesLife threatening cardiovascular conditions constitute up to 50 percent Based on Oxford cardiologists' wide clinical experience, the individua The text is enhanced with schematic illustrations and real examples, b oxed summaries, and tables, making the book easy to use on the wards a s well as being a reference for more detailed study.
ECG Cases for EMSDrawing on the collective expertise of prehospital providers and clinicians, ECG Cases for EMS provides paramedics, critical care providers, and nurses with practical case studies in emergency cardiology.Twelve-lead ECGs and prehospital activation of the cardiac catheterization lab are becoming more and more common, with the burden of cardiac injury recognition rapidly shifting to the prehospital provider.This textbook functions as an active learning tool structured around actual patient scenarios with corresponding ECG strips and offers interpretations of ECG findings and clinical tips. Cases focus on STEMI, STEMI mimics, and commonly misinterpreted dysrhythmias. ECG Cases for EMS provides evidence-based teaching points and real-world applications of ECG knowledge.
Emergency CardiologyOffers practical advice on the diagnosis and management of acute cardiac conditions. Throughout the book, the authors employ an evidence-based approach to clinical practice and provide detailed guidance for day-to-day practice in a wider variety of settings-from the emergency department to intensive care and the cardiac ward. Authored by four cardiologists with extensive experience in the emergency setting, it includes the results of the most groundbreaking clinical trials. Topics include arrhythmias, acute aortic syndromes, pericarditis, and cardiac trauma.