Along with thirteen chapters, this e-book is uniformly written to supply good, matter-of-fact equipment for figuring out and taking care of sufferers with everlasting pacemakers, ICDs and CRT structures.
Now stronger and up-to-date, together with a brand new bankruptcy on programming and optimization of CRT units, this moment variation provides a large number of details in an simply digestible shape. Cardiac Pacing and Defibrillation bargains good, matter-of-fact tools for figuring out and taking good care of sufferers, making daily medical encounters more uncomplicated and extra effective.
Readers will enjoy the data and adventure shared by way of the authors of this publication.
Chapter 1 Clinically correct fundamentals of Pacing and Defibrillation (pages 1–42): T. Jared Bunch, David L. Hayes and Paul A. Friedman
Chapter 2 Hemodynamics of machine treatment (pages 43–81): David L. Hayes, Paul A. Friedman and Samuel J. Asirvatham
Chapter three symptoms for Pacemakers, ICDs and CRT (pages 82–120): Apoor S. Gami, David L. Hayes and Paul A. Friedman
Chapter four Generator and Lead choice (pages 121–143): Samuel J. Asirvatham, David L. Hayes and Paul A. Friedman
Chapter five Implantation and Extraction suggestions (pages 144–201): David L. Hayes, Paul A. Friedman and Samuel J. Asirvatham
Chapter 6 Implantation?Related problems (pages 202–233): David L. Hayes and Paul A. Friedman
Chapter 7 Pacemaker and Cardiac Resynchronization Timing Cycles and Electrocardiography (pages 234–299): David L. Hayes, Paul J. Wang, Samuel J. Asirvatham and Paul A. Friedman
Chapter eight Programming (pages 300–379): David L. Hayes, Charles D. Swerdlow and Paul A. Friedman
Chapter nine Rate?Adaptive Pacing (pages 380–400): David L. Hayes and Samuel J. Asirvatham
Chapter 10 Troubleshooting (pages 401–516): Paul A. Friedman, Charles D. Swerdlow and David L. Hayes
Chapter eleven Pacemaker, ICD and CRT Radiography (pages 517–549): David L. Hayes and Paul A. Friedman
Chapter 12 Electromagnetic Interference and Implantable units (pages 550–571): David L. Hayes and Paul A. Friedman
Chapter thirteen Follow?up (pages 572–616): David L. Hayes, Niloufar Tabatabaei, Michael Glikson and Paul A. Friedman
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Norwell, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1996:31–61. 70 Kroll MW, Efimov IR, Tchou PJ. Present understanding of shock polarity for internal defibrillation: the obvious and non-obvious clinical implications. Pacing Clin Electrophysiol 2006; 29:885–91. 71 Yamanouchi Y, Cheng Y, Tchou PJ, Efimov IR. The mechanisms of the vulnerable window: the role of virtual electrodes and shock polarity. Can J Physiol Pharmacol 2001; 79:25–33. 72 Efimov IR, Cheng Y, Yamanouchi Y, Tchou PJ. Direct evidence of the role of virtual electrode-induced phase singularity in success and failure of defibrillation.
8% and 100%, respectively). 98 showed that the results were durable, in that those patients in whom the VF induction test was successful with a first 14-J shock at implantation, regardless of additional induction tests, had similar long-term VF conversion success rates as all ICD recipients when the device was programmed to provide 31 J. If an adequate safety margin is not demonstrated, a common next step is to reverse the shock polarity (waveform and polarity are discussed in greater detail below).
Before a high-energy shock can be delivered, the electrical charge must be accumulated in a capacitor, because a battery cannot deliver the amount of required charge in the short time of a defibrillation shock. A capacitor stores charge by means of two large surface area conductors separated by a dielectric (poorly conducting) material, and capacitor size is an important determinant of implantable defibrillator volume, typically accounting for approximately 30% of device size. e. liters per minute)—the capacitor is analogous to a water balloon, which has a compliance defined by the ratio of volume to pressure.
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