Cardiac emergencies

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McGraw-Hill, Nov 22, 2005 - Medical - 535 pages
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Concise and Authoritative--written by emergency physicians for emergency physicians. Cardiac Emergencies provides:

  • Coverage of all common cardiac emergencies, organized for emergency use
  • Step-by-step procedures and treatments
  • Treatment algorithm section for quick reference
  • At-a-glance summaries of medications, procedures, and complications
  • Ready access to diagnostic specifics, from serum markers to ultrasound to EKGs
  • Up-to-date recommendations on pharmacologic events
  • "Treatment" summary boxes with each disorder
  • Frequently used drug dosages and calculations
  • Evidence-based medicine throughout, with reviews of important clinical trials
  • When the need is urgent, Cardiac Emergencies is the right choice for information!

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Contents

Algorithms for the Management of Cardiovascular Emergencies David Amponsah and Richard M Nowak
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Resuscitation 2 Cardiac Arrest Brian R Tiffany
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Cardiogenic Shock James Edward Weber
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W. Frank Peacock, IV, MD, FACEP, Vice Chief, Department of Emergency Medicine, The Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH

Brian R. Tiffany, MD, Chairman, Department of Emergency Medicine, Chandler Regional Hospital, Medical Director, Heart Emergency Center, Arizona Heart Hospital, Phoenix, AZ

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