Mechanical Circulatory Support: Principles and Applications

David L. Joyce, Lyle D. Joyce, Matthias Locke

Anno: 2011
Rilegatura: Hardback
Pagine: 253 p.
Testo in English
Dimensioni: 282 x 224 mm
Peso: 1305 gr.
  • EAN: 9780071753449
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An all-in-one guide to mechanical assist devices for the treatment of heart failure This complete guide addresses all of the clinical scenarios encountered by the health care team during the pre-operative, intra-operative, and post-operative periods following device implantation. In addition, it outlines the specific attributes of various technologies that are currently utilized by clinicians, giving you a practical view of how the latest devices work. You'll also find a mini-catalog of the spectrum of current devices, complete with their technical and clinical specifications. Drawing on the latest published data and the combined global expertise of a renowned author team, Mechanical Circulatory Support puts the field's most essential perspectives right at your fingertips. FEATURES: The unmatched mechanical circulatory device sourcebook, covering the physiological, technical, regulatory, and clinical aspects of ventricular assist devices Full-color presentation features a wide range of photographs, radiographs, tables, and clearly labeled clinical and schematic illustrations Essential insights into the physiology of heart failure, which provides a basic foundation of knowledge for understanding the role of mechanical circulatory assistance in the management of heart failure Logical two-part organization consisting of:Clinical Considerations in mechanical circulatory support, including device history/development and indications for device therapy; perioperative management; complications; and special considerations (use in infants/children, pulmonary hypertension during LVAD support, and more) Device-Specific Considerations, which provides a mini-catalog of manufacturer's devices--from short-term devices to long-term continuous flow devices--and highlights technical and clinical specifications for each product Guide to appropriate device selection using a simplified framework in an industry that produces an increasing array of short- and long-term therapies Helpful chapter introductions provide essential background information that places each chapter topic in its proper clinical and technical context Conclusions at the end of each chapter offer a concise summary of chapter material Full chapter-ending references provide opportunities for further research