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First edition (2016)
PAPPONE C., SANTINELLI V.
A volume of 208 pages with 65 b/w and colour figures and 16 tables
Cardiac resynchronization therapy emerged more than two decades ago as a useful form of device therapy for patients with heart failure and associated abnormal ventricular conduction, as indicated by a wide QRS complex. In this book, the Authors present insights into how to achieve the greatest benefits with CRT therapy to improve long-term outcomes.
For those who are interested in learning more about CRT, this is a great instrument to get introduced to the practice and theory and it is highly recommended for anyone who does not know much about CRT and would like to learn more. The Authors involved in this work are the back-bone of international research in the field. This book is meant to be a summary of the latest developments in the management of patients with heart failure. Therefore, this is an indispensable reference guide useful to fellows and specialists in cardiology and cardiac electrophysiology.
Pharmacologic management strategies for heart failure in CRT
Electrical and mechanical dyssynchrony
Echocardiographic techniques for the assessment of CRT
Imaging techniques in CRT
Technical aspects of CRT systems implantation
Epicardial left ventricular lead implantation for CRT
Clinical trials supporting current indications for CRT
Cardiac resynchronization in the pediatric and congenital heart disease population
The dilemma of non-responders to CRT
Device-based monitoring in CRT
Health economics in CRT