Jan 102017
 

A Practical Approach to Transesophageal Echocardiography


Features: Used Book in Good Condition
By (author): Albert C. Perrino Jr. MD, Scott T. Reeves MD MBA FACC

Get up-close and personal with TEE in the new edition of APractical Approach to Transesophageal Echocardiography, your highly illustrated, ultra-readable guide for the practice of echocardiography edited by Drs. Perrino and Reeves. Updated to reflect current clinical developments, this book is a true asset for any physician, resident, nurse, or other healthcare professional looking to master perioperative transesophageal echocardiography. Spanning 2- and 3-D imagining, as well as Doppler modalities for assessing ventricular performance and valvular disease, Transesophageal Echocardiography guides you through the physics, principles, and applications of each technique. Composed by a dream team of internationally esteemed authors, each section ends with 20 self-assessment test questions to reinforce the preceding chapter’s content. The new edition is designed for maximum retention, featuring not just comprehensive text but extensive color illustrations, figures, and full-motion echocardiographic images. If you’re an anesthesiology or cardiology attending, fellow, or resident, this book will quickly become an indispensible resource.
 
Features:
–Up-to-date practice guidelines by the ASE,SCA, and European Association of Echocardiography.
–Featured chapter on 3D echocardiography
— Portable size for easy use on the go
–New tutorial chapter on mitral repair
–New chapter on evolving role of TEE during coronary revascularization
–Purchase comes with  an eBook with full-motion video and extensive color artwork embedded seamlessly into each chapter
List Price: $126.99 USD
New From: $72.78 USD In Stock
Used from: $70.78 USD In Stock

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