Handbook of Interventional Radiologic Procedures

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2002 - Medical - 765 pages
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The Third Edition of this popular, practical, take-along handbook features twenty new chapters and extensive updates throughout to keep pace with the rapid growth of interventional radiology. Focusing on protocols and equipment, the book explains how to perform all current interventional radiology procedures--from pulmonary angiography and vein embolization to biopsy, drainage, and stenting. Coverage also includes satellite issues, such as risk management, outpatient care, and drugs and dosages. The outline format makes information easy to find, review, and remember...and the compact pocket size enables residents and practitioners to carry all the information they need with them.

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An excellent, up to date, well organized overview of the bread and butter Interventional Radiology cases, techniques, and patient care issues. Drs. Kandarpa and Aruny have drawn on their considerable experience to help their colleagues get quick and accurate answers to important questions around interventional procedures and how to avoid some pitfalls. I think every Interventional radiologist, fellow, and IR nurse will find something useful in this book 

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