By Mark E. Josephson MD
Fully revised and up-to-date for its Fourth version, Dr. Josephson's vintage textual content presents a radical realizing of the mechanisms of cardiac arrhythmias and the healing interventions used to regard arrhythmias. The ebook information the electrophysiologic technique required to outline the mechanism and placement of beginning of arrhythmias in order that secure and powerful remedy might be selected. shut consciousness is given to the mechanisms, medical implications, and barriers of present healing interventions, together with medicinal drugs, implantable units, and catheter and surgical ablation.
More than 1,100 illustrations make clear the suggestions and methods offered within the textual content. This version has a brand new full-color design.
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A 2-mm decapolar catheter can occasionally be used to record from the proximal His bundle to the right bundle branch. ) Should the first pass prove unsuccessful in locating a His bundle potential, the catheter should be passed again to the right ventricle and withdrawn with a slightly different rotation so as to explore a different portion of the tricuspid ring. , perpendicular to the frontal plane) in some patients, especially those with congenital heart disease, and more prolonged exploration may be required.
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Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Techniques and Interpretations by Mark E. Josephson MD