Table of contents for Interventional cardiology / editors, Spencer B. King III, Alan C. Yeung.


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Section I: Knowledge Foundation

Anatomy for the Interventional Cardiology Chapter1: The Heart Chapter2. Peripheral Arteries, Veins, Aorta and Great Vessels Physiology Chapter3: The Coronary Circulation Chapter4: Renal Physiology Chapter5: Cerebral Physiology Chapter6 Valvular Physiology Pathophysiology Chapter7: Arterial disease Chapter8: Ventricular pathophysiology

Section II: Equipment: Construction and Performance

Chapter1. Physical principles in the construction of guides, wires and balloons Chapter2. Design and construction of stents Chapter3. Adjunctive devices

Section III: Principles and Cath Lab Equipment

Chapter1: X-ray Cinefluorographic Systems Chapter2: Radiation exposure Chapter3: Coronary Brachytherapy - radiologic principles Chapter4: X-ray CT and Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Coronary Arteries Chapter5: Principles of Intracardiac Ultrasound Imaging Chapter6: Hemodynamic Recording and Measurements Chapter7: Digital Image File Formats and Archiving

Section IV: Pharmacology

Chapter 1: Antithrombin therapies Chapter 2: Antiplatelet therapies Chapter 3: Thrombolytic therapy Chapter 4: Contrast media Chapter 5: Renal protection Chapter 6: Conscious sedation

Section V: Procedures

Chapter1. Diagnostics Procedures: Special Considerations Chapter2. Diagnostic Procedures Chapter3: Adjunctive diagnostic techniques Chapter4: Coronary guidewire manipulation Chapter5: Coronary balloon angioplasty Chapter6: Coronary stenting, BMS and DES Chapter7: Rotational atherectomy Chapter8: Brachytherapy Chapter9A & B: Total occlusion, 2 approaches, Japanese, US. Chapter10: DCA and other atherectomy including Angiojet Chapter11: Distal protection Chapter12: Special considerations: arterial and venous grafts Chapter13: Special considerations: acute myocardial infarction Chapter14: Special considerations: bifurcation, left main, ostial disease Chapter15: Special considerations: diffuse disease and small vessel Chapter16: Special patient subsets: diabetic, elderly Chapter17: Mitral valvuloplasty Chapter18: Aortic valvuloplasty and New Approaches Chapter19: Pulmonary valvuloplasty Chapter20: PFO/ASD closures Chapter21: Alcohol septal ablation Chapter22: Coronary vein device insertion Chapter23: Device retrieval systems Chapter24: Embolization of AV fistula Chapter25: Renal angioplasty and stenting Chapter26: Iliac angioplasty and stenting Chapter27: Stent grafting Chapter28: Carotid and vertebral interventions

Section VI: Complications and Management

Chapter 1: Risk Stratification Chapter 2: Acute/Threatened Closure Chapter 3: Subacute Closure Chapter 4: Perforation Chapter 5: Embolization/No Reflow Chapter 6: Emergency Surgery Chapter 7: Peripheral Vascular

Section VII: Medical Management of risk factors

Chapter1. Lipid management Chapter2. Hypertension Chapter3. Diabetes Chapter4. Non-traditional risk factors

Section VIII: Preclinical and Clinical Trials

Chapter1. Preclinical Lab Functions Chapter2. Core Lab (QCA &IVUS), CRF Functions Chapter3. How to read clinical trials

Section IX: Reimbursement & Hospital Finance

Chapter1. Cost effectiveness Chapter2. Quality Assurance Program Chapter3. Hospital finance overview

Section X: Principles of Innovation

Chapter 1. Looking back: what makes certain technical innovations succeed? Chapter 2. How to move from idea to implementation


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Coronary heart disease -- Surgery.
Heart -- Diseases -- Treatment.
Cardiovascular Surgical Procedures -- methods.
Cardiovascular Diseases -- surgery.
Cardiovascular Diseases -- therapy.