Addressing itself to all healthcare professionals who deal with the increasing population of pediatric, adolescent, and young adult patients with arrhythmias, this book will prove a valuable asset to any healthcare provider working in the fields of cardiology, electrophysiology, and pediatrics.
Thomas P. Graham, Jr., MD.
Chapter 1. Mechanisms, Diagnostic Tools, and Patient and Family Education.
Vicki L. Zeigler, RN, MSN, Dianne Marlow, RN, BSN, CLNC and Paul C. Gillette, MD.
Chapter 2. Supraventricular Arrhythmias.
Sarah S. LeRoy RN, MSN, CPNP and Macdonald Dick II, MD.
Chapter 3. Ventricular Arrhythmias.
Vicki L. Zeigler, RN, MSN and Paul C. Gillette, MD.
Chapter 4. Immediate Arrhythmia Management.
Barbara J. Knick, RN, CVT and J. Phillip Saul, MD.
Chapter 5. Long–Term Antiarrhythmic Drug Therapy.
Debra G. Hanisch, RN, MSN, CPNP and George F. Van Hare, MD.
Chapter 6. Radiofrequency Catheter Ablation.
Dianne Marlow, RN, BSN, CLNC and Paul C. Gillette, MD.
Chapter 7. Permanent Pacemakers.
Sherry J. Taylor, RN, BSN, Vicki L. Zeigler, RN, MSN, and John M. Clark, MD.
Chapter 8. Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators.
Vicki L. Zeigler, RN, MSN, Karen Corbett, PhD, RN, Ann Lewis, RN, BSN, and Paul C. Gillette, MD.
"Much of the book could serve as a nursing care manual. The approach is succinct and practical, deemphasizing electrophysiology basic science.
"This is a valuable, practical addition to a field of medicine which is sometimes obscure. The book is very useful for the practicing nurse or physician."
––Doody s Review Service
"I applaud the authors for their well–demonstrated effort to remember that treating the whole person in pediatrics means treating the whole family. Each of these sections not only reminds the clinician of the educational and emotional needs of the family of a child with a newly diagnosed arrhythmia, but also suggests strategies for promoting acceptance, understanding, and compliance. Overall, this book is an important addition to the library of any clinician who is involved in the care of a child with cardiac arrhythmias."
––Critical Care Nurse