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Clinical Approaches to Tachyarrhythmias. Clinical Aspects of Implantable Cardioverter–Defibrillator Therapy. Volume 9

  • ID: 2223773
  • Book
  • 75 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Implantable cardioverter–defibrillator therapy has now become a standard antiarrhythmic treatment, with the consequence that ICD technology is advancing apace. The ICD comes in increasingly smaller sizes, performs a greater range of pacing and defibrillation therapies, is supported by a range of diagnostics and telemetry, and very significantly, the ICD is now generally recognised as a more effective therapy for cardiac arrest patients than antiarrhythmic drugs such as amiodarone.

The aim of the Clinical Approaches to Tachyarryhthmias series is to update the physician, cardiologist, and all those responsible for the the care of patients with cardiac arrhythmias. In this volume, Martin Fromer reviews the current status of the implantable defibrillator, recent technical developments, and indications for its use.

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ForewordA. J. Camm

PrefaceA. J. Camm


Sudden Cardiac DeathMichel Mirowski

Indications and Guidelines for ICD Therapy

ICD Therapies

Some Considerations Related to the Debrillation Threshold

Work–Up Before ICD Implantation

ICD Implantation

Perioperative and Postoperative Management of the ICD Patient

End Points in ICD Studies

Follow–up of Devices and Patients

Interaction of Pacemaker and ICD

ICD Trials: An Empiracally Effective Therapy Has Found Scientific Grounds

Driving in ICD Patients

Future Outlook



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Martin Fromer
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