Clinical Electrophysiology

Electrotherapy and Electrophysiologic Testing

Author: Andrew J. Robinson (Ph. D.)

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN: 9780781744843

Category: Medical

Page: 555

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Organized by therapeutic goals, the Third Edition of this comprehensive textbook on electrotherapies provides a fundamental understanding of contemporary, evidence-based intervention and assessment procedures. The text takes a problem-oriented approach and recommends interventions consistent with both theory and the clinical efficacy of the intervention for specific, clearly identified clinical disorders. This edition has a new chapter on electrical stimulation and biofeedback for genitourinary dysfunction, including incontinence management in both women and men. All the intervention-based chapters have a new format that emphasizes evidence-based practice and practical application. Additional self-study questions are included in each chapter. NEW TO THIS EDITION: New chapter on Electrical Stimulation and Biofeedback for Genitourinary Dysfunction (Chapter 9) includes topics such as incontinence management in both women and men, and gives solid evidence to support or refute specific procedures. New organization Chapter on mechanisms of pain transmission and pain control with electrotherapy will be moved up to chapter 4 to make the first four chapters the theoretical basis for the clinical application chapters that follow. Chapter on electrophysiologic evaluation will become the last chapter (chapter 12) in order to enable students to meet core educational competencies. New chapter format for the intervention chapters (chapters 5-11) adds consistency and clarity to emphasize evidenced-based practice and practical application. Additional self-study questions are included in each chapter to enhance understanding of key concepts. New emphasis on evidence-based preferential practice patterns.

Practical Clinical Electrophysiology

Author: Peter J. Zimetbaum,Mark E. Josephson

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN: 9780781766036

Category: Medical

Page: 304

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This book provides a comprehensive and clinically based approach to the diagnosis and management of arrhythmia disorders for the cardiology fellow and practicing general cardiologist. The clinical approach encompasses evidence-based medicine as well as practical pearls for the diagnosis and management of arrhythmia disorders. Chapters provide a comprehensive discussion of arrhythmia disorders, from noninvasive diagnostic strategies through pharmacologic and invasive therapeutic strategies. The level of sophistication ranges from the most basic to more sophisticated topics, and provides an excellent complement to Josephson's more advanced text.

Clinical Electrophysiology

Electrotherapy and Electrophysiologic Testing

Author: Andrew J. Robinson,Lynn Snyder-Mackler

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN: 9780683078176

Category: Medical

Page: 490

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A problem-oriented textbook and clinical reference for students and clinicians in physical therapy, which aims to simplfy and facilitate the use of electrotherapy in the classroom. It uses the most current standards in electrotherapy terminology. Organized by therapeutic goals, this edition of this basic text and clinical reference includes chapters on clinical biofeedback therapy and electrical stimulation for urogenital dysfunction. The chapters dealing with neuromuscular problems have been expanded. Each chapter includes case studies, high quality graphics, and study questions.

Clinical Electrophysiology

A Handbook for Neurologists

Author: Peter W. Kaplan,Thien Nguyen

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1444347942

Category: Medical

Page: 200

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Bridging the clinical electrophysiological investigation with the neurological consultation Acutely ill patients present with symptoms that don’t immediately yield a diagnosis. Electrophysiological testing can support diagnosis but only if the appropriate tests are ordered. They must be properly interpreted in conjunction with the actual symptoms. Clinical Electrophysiology presents a wide range of symptoms with specific electrophysiological results. The handbook shows how the complete picture leads to better diagnostic, prognostic or therapeutic conclusions. The book is organized by the presenting neurological problem in a clinical setting. For each case the authors provide a possible electrophysiological result. This is interpreted and tied to the patient’s symptoms to yield a clinical solution. The handbook avoids theoretical discussion to provide a direct practical guide that: Begins with the patient’s symptoms Uses a range of electrophysiological modalities Shows different test results for similar symptoms Relates clinical observation to electrophysiological testing A final casebook section presents readers with rarer clinical challenges for self-testing. Providing practical, to-the-point guidance on electrophysiological investigations, Clinical Electrophysiology will guide all neurologists attending acutely ill patients.

Clinical Electrophysiology, Electrotherapy and Electrophysiologic Testing

Author: CTI Reviews

Publisher: Cram101 Textbook Reviews

ISBN: 1467263044

Category: Education

Page: 73

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Facts101 is your complete guide to Clinical Electrophysiology, Electrotherapy and Electrophysiologic Testing. In this book, you will learn topics such as as those in your book plus much more. With key features such as key terms, people and places, Facts101 gives you all the information you need to prepare for your next exam. Our practice tests are specific to the textbook and we have designed tools to make the most of your limited study time.

Clinical Electrophysiology Review, Second Edition

Author: George Klein,Eric Prystowsky

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 0071781080

Category: Medical

Page: 389

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A clinically relevant approach to the interpretation of electrophysiograms Clinical Electrophysiology Review, Second Edition is a unique approach to EP, serving partly as a case guide and partly as a workbook to challenging studies in advanced electrodiagnostics. It provides physicians with a clinically relevant approach to the interpretation of electrophysiograms (used to measure heart rhythm disorders). Clinical Electrophysiology Review, also serves as an excellent resource for candidates taking the electrophysiology board examination. It includes liberal use of illustrations to help the reader recognize common rhythym disturbances and uncommon arrhythmias, such as tachycardia and bradycardia. The new edition will include completely updated cases and tracings, and will reflect advances in technology since the first edition published.

Difficult Decisions in Clinical Electrophysiology - A Case Based Approach, An Issue of Cardiac Electrophysiology Clinics - E-Book

Author: Mark C. Haigney,Adam Strickberger

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 1455745634

Category: Medical

Page: 184

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This issue consists of 17 case studies, each involving a difficult decision that has to be made in the catheterization laboratory. Reading about the cases and seeing the ECGs will help cardiac electrophysiologists sharpen their clinical skills. The cases are also useful reading for those studying for board certification.

Clinical Electrophysiology of the Somatosensory Cortex

A Combined Study Using Electrocorticography, Scalp-EEG, and Magnetoencephalography

Author: Christoph Baumgartner

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3709166535

Category: Medical

Page: 198

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The clinical electrophysiology of the human somatosensory cortex was investigated with a combined approach using cortical stimulations and somatosensory evoked responses on electrocorticography, scalp-EEG, and magnetoencephalography, a new neurophysiological technique. The spatiotemporal structure of the evoked response was studied with novel biophysical modeling techniques which allowed identification of the three-dimensional intracerebral location, time activity, and interaction of the neuronal sources in human somatosensory cortex. Thus, new aspects on the functional anatomy of the human somatosensory cortex could be elicited. Furthermore, the somatotopy of the hand somatosensory cortex was investigated. Clinically, the results of comparison of the different techniques can improve the non-invasive localization criteria for primary motor and somatosensory cortex which is important in patients undergoing neurosurgical procedures adjacent to central fissure.

Clinical electrophysiology

electrotherapy and electrophysiologic testing

Author: Lynn Snyder-Mackler,Andrew J. Robinson

Publisher: Williams & Wilkins

ISBN: N.A

Category: Science

Page: 303

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Clinical Electrophysiology Review

Author: George J. Klein (M.D.),Eric N. Prystowsky

Publisher: McGraw-Hill

ISBN: 9780070351691

Category: Medical

Page: 270

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PROVIDES PHYSICIANS WITH A CLINICALLY RELEVANT APPROACH TO THE INTERPR ETATION OF ELECTROPHYSIOGRAMS (USED TO MEASURE HEART RHYTHM DISORDERS) . ALSO SERVES AS AN EXCELLENT RESOURCE FOR CANDIDATES TAKING THE ELECT ROPHYSIOLOGY BOARD EXAMINATION. WITH LIBERAL USE OF ILLUSTRATIONS THE TEXT TAKES A CASE STUDY APPROACH TO HELP THE READER RECOGNIZE COMMON A ND UNCOMMON ARRHYTHMIAS, SUCH AS TACHYCARDIA AND BRADYCARDIA.

Clinical Electrophysiology Review, Second Edition

Author: Eric Prystowsky,George Klein

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 0071781064

Category: Medical

Page: 400

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A clinically relevant approach to the interpretation of electrophysiograms Clinical Electrophysiology Review, Second Edition is a unique approach to EP, serving partly as a case guide and partly as a workbook to challenging studies in advanced electrodiagnostics. It provides physicians with a clinically relevant approach to the interpretation of electrophysiograms (used to measure heart rhythm disorders). Clinical Electrophysiology Review, also serves as an excellent resource for candidates taking the electrophysiology board examination. It includes liberal use of illustrations to help the reader recognize common rhythym disturbances and uncommon arrhythmias, such as tachycardia and bradycardia. The new edition will include completely updated cases and tracings, and will reflect advances in technology since the first edition published.

The Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Handbook

Author: Jason G. Andrade, MD,Matthew T. Bennett, MD, Marc W. Deyell MD, MSc,Nathaniel Hawkins, MD,Andrew D. Krahn, MD,Laurent Macle, MD,Stanley Nattel, MD

Publisher: Cardiotext Publishing

ISBN: 1942909063

Category: Medical

Page: 236

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The Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Handbook is a succinct presentation of all the practical information that is needed to understand the subtleties of cardiac electrophysiology and the management of arrhythmias. A focus on the “how to” — learn about the approaches used to identify, diagnose, and manage a broad range of cardiac rhythm disorders. ...with an understanding of the “why”— reinforce the underlying fundamental and clinical science concepts forming the basisfor clinical electrophysiology decision-making. "...a quick source for information in the EP lab or on the wards, as well as a guide to learning—offering the ability to quickly review the essential components prior to a case or to rapidly reinforce new notions and practices encountered during a case." - From the Preface The Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Handbook is a succinct, schematic presentation of all the practical information that is needed to understand the subtleties of cardiac electrophysiology and the management of arrhythmias. This book focuses on the “how to”— the approaches used to identify, diagnose, and manage a broad range of cardiac rhythm disorders; and an understanding of the “why”— the underlying fundamental and clinical science concepts forming the basis for clinical electrophysiology decision-making. “ . . . a quick source for information in the EP lab or on the wards, as well as a guide to learning—offering the ability to quickly review the essential components prior to a case or to rapidly reinforce new notions and practices encountered during a case.” — From the Preface - See more at: http://ebooks.cardiotextpublishing.com/product/clinical-cardiac-electrophysiology-handbook#sthash.1iR74kOQ.dpuf The Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Handbook is a succinct, schematic presentation of all the practical information that is needed to understand the subtleties of cardiac electrophysiology and the management of arrhythmias. This book focuses on the “how to”— the approaches used to identify, diagnose, and manage a broad range of cardiac rhythm disorders; and an understanding of the “why”— the underlying fundamental and clinical science concepts forming the basis for clinical electrophysiology decision-making. “ . . . a quick source for information in the EP lab or on the wards, as well as a guide to learning—offering the ability to quickly review the essential components prior to a case or to rapidly reinforce new notions and practices encountered during a case.” — From the Preface - See more at: http://ebooks.cardiotextpublishing.com/product/clinical-cardiac-electrophysiology-handbook#sthash.1iR74kOQ.dpuf The Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Handbook is a succinct, schematic presentation of all the practical information that is needed to understand the subtleties of cardiac electrophysiology and the management of arrhythmias. This book focuses on the “how to”— the approaches used to identify, diagnose, and manage a broad range of cardiac rhythm disorders; and an understanding of the “why”— the underlying fundamental and clinical science concepts forming the basis for clinical electrophysiology decision-making. “ . . . a quick source for information in the EP lab or on the wards, as well as a guide to learning—offering the ability to quickly review the essential components prior to a case or to rapidly reinforce new notions and practices encountered during a case.” — From the Preface - See more at: http://ebooks.cardiotextpublishing.com/product/clinical-cardiac-electrophysiology-handbook#sthash.1iR74kOQ.dpuf The Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Handbook is a succinct, schematic presentation of all the practical information that is needed to understand the subtleties of cardiac electrophysiology and the management of arrhythmias. This book focuses on the “how to”— the approaches used to identify, diagnose, and manage a broad range of cardiac rhythm disorders; and an understanding of the “why”— the underlying fundamental and clinical science concepts forming the basis for clinical electrophysiology decision-making. “ . . . a quick source for information in the EP lab or on the wards, as well as a guide to learning—offering the ability to quickly review the essential components prior to a case or to rapidly reinforce new notions and practices encountered during a case.” — From the Preface - See more at: http://ebooks.cardiotextpublishing.com/product/clinical-cardiac-electrophysiology-handbook#sthash.1iR74kOQ.dpuf

Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology in the Young

Author: Macdonald Dick, II

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1493927396

Category: Medical

Page: 403

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This book focuses on the practical aspects of clinical electrophysiology of cardiac arrhythmias in the young. It represents a compilation of the clinical course, electrophysiologic studies, pharmacological management, and transcatheter ablation therapy in patients from infancy through young adulthood. Topics include the mechanism, ECG characteristics, electrophysiologic findings, treatment, and prognosis of tachyarrhythmias and bradyarrhythmias; specialized subjects including syncope, cardiac pacemakers, and implantable cardiac defibrillators; pharmacology of antiarrhythmic agents; and the roles of allied healthcare professionals in the management of arrhythmias in the young. This revised edition includes new or expanded chapters on the molecular biology mechanisms that underlie the structure and function of the cardiac conduction system; new navigation technologies for detecting cardiac arrhythmias while minimizing radiation exposure; genetic disorders of the cardiac impulse; and sudden cardiac death in the young, particularly athletes. Featuring contributions from practicing clinical cardiac electrophysiologists affiliated with the Michigan Congenital Heart Center at the University of Michigan, Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology in the Young, Second Edition, is a premier reference for cardiologists, residents, and medical students.

Mayo Clinic Electrophysiology Manual

Author: Samuel J. Asirvatham

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 019994119X

Category: Medical

Page: 711

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Mayo Clinic Electrophysiology Manual explores the various contemporary techniques for diagnosis, imaging, and physiology-based therapeutic ablation.