Cardiothoracic Surgery

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Published:
May 19, 2014
Editor(s):
Paul Schoenhagen, MD, FAHA, Carl J. Schultz, MD, Sandra S. Halliburton
Obtaining and interpreting images of the heart is critical to the successful management of any cardiac disorders. Several imaging modalities are used to help cardiologists correctly diagnose these disorders and initiate the most appropriate form of treatment. Since the first publication of this 
Published:
March 03, 2014
Author(s):
Richard A Jonas
Since the first edition of this book was published in 2004, the management of congenital heart disease has continued to evolve at a rapid pace. Not only have new operations been developed and expanded, such as the intra/extracardiac conduit Fontan and the double root translocation for corrected 
Published:
December 17, 2013
Editor(s):
Narain Moorjani, Sunil K Ohri, Andrew Wechsler
The development of new techniques as well as the refinement of established procedures has led to great progress in cardiac surgery. Providing an ideal synopsis of the growth in this area, Cardiac Surgery: Recent Advances and Techniques systematically reviews all the new developments in cardiac 
Published:
May 01, 2006
Editor(s):
Joseph P. Lynch, David J. Ross
A comprehensive review of clinical and exploratory aspects of lung (LT) and heart-lung transplantation (HLT), this reference focuses on cumulative data from the International Registry with data on outcomes associated with LT and HLT worldwide. Collecting in-depth discussions on graft dysfunction, 
Published:
March 02, 2006
Editor(s):
Kenneth L. Baughman, William A. Baumgartner
Treatment of Advanced Heart Disease is an expansive and up-to-date guide to the diagnosis and treatment of heart failure in children and adults. Written by leading specialists, this source guides the clinician through the possible causes of heart disease and emphasizes potentially reversible 
Published:
November 29, 2004
Author(s):
Sunil K. Ohri, Augustine T.M. Tang, Larry W. Stephenson
Key Topics in Cardiac Surgery includes every current topic central to the modern practice of cardiac surgery. The systematic and structured format of the book make it an ideal revision aid for postgraduate trainees in cardiac surgery preparing for certification and fellowship examination. To ensure 
Published:
May 10, 2004
Author(s):
Richard K. Burt
Stem cell transplantation may be complicated by treatment-related mortality and like the immune system that it regenerates has equal potential to either create and preserve or destroy. The dual nature that defines stem cells is differentiation that ultimately leads to death and self-renewal, which 
Published:
April 30, 2004
Editor(s):
Timothy Gardner, Thomas L. Spray
Previous editions of this book (formerly published in the Rob & Smith Series) have established it as the pre-eminent guide to operative surgery of the heart and great vessels. This new edition recognizes the increasing subspecialization in surgery by positioning the book for the specialist 
Published:
January 01, 2003
Author(s):
Ronald S. Chamberlain

Published:
March 21, 2002
Author(s):
Joseph E. Arrowsmith, John Simpson
The first in the Problems in Anesthesia series, Cardiothoracic Surgery examine and provide guidance for a number of problematic clinical scenarios in cardiothoracic surgery anesthesia. This is a field which is growing in complexity due to the increasingly diverse set of conditions that are now