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by Richard N. Fogoros MD

Download Electrophysiologic Testing ePub
  • ISBN 0632043253
  • ISBN13 978-0632043255
  • Language English
  • Author Richard N. Fogoros MD
  • Publisher Wiley-Blackwell; 3rd edition (May 15, 1999)
  • Pages 280
  • Formats azw lrf mobi doc
  • Category Medicine
  • Subcategory Medicine
  • Size ePub 1111 kb
  • Size Fb2 1278 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 562

Because cardiac arrhythmias are common and EKG testing is very lucrative for the cardiologist and primary care physician, non-electrophysiologists often need a basic understanding of electrophysiology when deciding whether to refer patients for testing. This book is a concise guide to the indications for and use of electrophysiologic testing in cardiology. The author clarifies the role of electrophysiology in the evaluation of cardiac arrhythmias and discusses advances in therapeutic electrophysiology such as transcathether ablation and new catheter fluoroscope technologies.

by Richard N. Fogoros MD (Author).

by Richard N. ISBN-13: 978-0470674239. I have found Fogoros to be super easy to follow. For the unintiated, you can move slowly and not get overwhelmed. Dr. Fogoros works hard to communicate clearly and give you everything you need to know to understand what he is talking about.

John M. Mandrola, MD, practices cardiac electrophysiology at Baptist Health in Louisville, KY. Mandrola is the chief cardiology correspondent at theHeart. org Medscape Cardiology. His work has appeared in numerous academic journals as well as theatlantic. com, and the Louisville Courier-Journal.

Testing has become the most trusted resource for those learning or mastering EP testing, from students . Richard N. Fogoros, .

Testing has become the most trusted resource for those learning or mastering EP testing, from students, nurse and technicians to residents, cardiology fellows, primary care physicians and cardiologists. Dr Fogoros's singular approach clarifies the role of electrophysiology in the evaluation of cardiac arrhythmias and provides clear, easy-to-understand summaries of complex topics.

Testing has become the most trusted resource for those learning or mastering EP testing, from .

Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. The classic guide to applying, performing and interpreting EP tests, updated for the latest trends and developments in the field. For more than thirty years, Electrophysiologic Testing has been a trusted introduction to the field of electrophysiology for anyone needing to quickly acquaint themselves with basic concepts and procedures of EP testing, especially medical students, residents, nurses and technicians.

Richard N. Fogoros, MD, is a retired professor of medicine and board-certified internal medicine physician and cardiologist, who practiced and taught clinical cardiology and general internal medicine for over 20 years, and also directed cardiac electrophysiology at the University of Pittsburgh an. . Fogoros, MD, is a retired professor of medicine and board-certified internal medicine physician and cardiologist, who practiced and taught clinical cardiology and general internal medicine for over 20 years, and also directed cardiac electrophysiology at the University of Pittsburgh and Allegheny General Hospital. He currently works as a consultant with biomedical companies, and as a writer. Fogoros practiced and taught clinical cardiology for 20 years and has authored numerous scientific articles, book chapters, and books

by Richard N. Fogoros MD, John M. Mandrola. At the same time, it also has served as a ready reference for medical practitioners wanting to brush up on aspects of electrophysiology, or to fine-tune their mastery of the field.

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Ungall
Excellent book for cardiology fellows specially pediatric cardiology fellows . As there is no standard Peds EP guide , this adds a great source for fellows . Well narrated and covers all most all Hot EP topics . I strongly recommend to fellow colleagues .
Anararius
As a pediatric cardiology fellow, I found this compact text invaluable. Dr. Fogoros writes in a manner that is easily understandable without being pedantic, straightforward without dismissing important details. His explanations of the anatomic substrates of arrhythmias, of the pharmacology of the conduction system, and of the routines used in the EP lab are fantastic. These are things that are typically quite elusive for the aspiring cardiologist, but after reading his text it was as if someone had turned on a light in a dark room. I only wish he had written more about pacemakers, but overall the amount of practical and helpful information and insight packed into this book is amazing.
Alsath
For an electrophysiologist in training this is like "Clift's Notes" in Shakespeare class; everyone has it, everyone has read it, but nobody admits to it!

For any cardiology fellow interested in EP fellowship, or who wants to get the most out of an EP rotation, buy this book and read it over the weekend. THEN buy Zipes or Josephson and quote from one of them.

I recommend this as a starting point for those interested in EP fellowship, or as a good overview for those who are affiliated with EP and want a better understanding.

I only give it 4 of 5 stars, because the author occasionally gets opinionated, but at least his humor is refreshing.
Arar
Great reference to those just learning EP or who are new to the field. We used it for training of nursing staff in EP and for general cardiology fellows. The book is easy to read and has done an excellent job of making some of the more difficult concepts understandable.
Wishamac
By far the best EP book written in my opionion. If you're a layperson to EP and trying to get a handle on what the EP is doing and how we all fit into the puzzle, this is the book for you. Great illustrations, tracings, and easy explanations adjacent to the pictures for better learning.
I used this book during a month of electrophysiology during my PGY-1 year. It's a wonderful introduction, and I highly recommend it. Fogoros' prose is very readable.