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Cardiac Pacing and Defibrillation in Pediatric and Congenital Heart Disease

  • ID: 3782505
  • Book
  • 352 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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With a growing population of young patients with congenital heart disease reaching adulthood, this unique new book offers an in–depth guide to managing the challenges and clinical issues related to device therapy in this patient group. Focusing on pacemaker, cardiac resynchronization therapy devices and  ICD  implantation techniques, device programming, trouble–shooting  and follow up as it relates to the pediatric and  congenital heart disease patients, this book provides a resource for the specialist pediatric cardiologist, electrophysiologist and the general cardiologist caring for children and young adults with congenital heart disease who have  cardiac rhythm management devices. 

Section one covers the basics of pacing and defibrillation with special reference to the pediatric patient. Sections two, three and four discuss clinical concepts, indications, practical approaches to device implantation, programming,  trouble–shooting, managing complications, and providing follow up. These sections include discussion of specific congenital heart diseases and the unique challenges that they present in relation to device implantation and programming. The book  includes helpful graphics, device electrogram tracings and radiographic images. Section four also includes a chapter on quality of life and sports participation, key elements of a young person s lifestyle.

  • The only book resource dedicated to pacing, cardiac resynchronization therapy and ICD therapy for the pediatric and congenital heart disease patient,
  • Contains practical advice for pacemaker and ICD implantation, programming, trouble–shooting, managing complications and follow up,
  • Up–to–date with the latest in device technology,
  • Contains multiple graphics, device electrogram tracings, and radiographic images,
  • Includes video clips and multiple choice questions for selected chapters on a companion website.

An invaluable resource for both the specialist pediatric cardiologist and the general cardiologist responsible for children with heart disease and pacing devices.

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Foreword, ix

List of Contributors, xi

Preface, xv

About the CompanionWebsite, xvii

Part 1: Introduction

1 History of Cardiac Pacing and Defibrillation in the Young, 3Larry Rhodes and Robert Campbell

2 Clinically Relevant Basics of Pacing and Defibrillation, 12Maully Shah and Erick Cuvillier

Part 2: Clinical Concepts

3 Indications for Permanent Pacing, Device, and Lead Selection, 37Philip M. Chang, Christopher Carter, and Yaniv Bar–Cohen

4 Indications for Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator Therapy, Device, and Lead Selection, 62Mitchell I. Cohen and Susan P. Etheridge

5 Hemodynamics of Pacing and Cardiac ResynchronizationTherapy (CRT) for the Failing Left and Right Ventricle, 91Kara S. Motonaga and Anne M. Dubin

6 Sensor Driven Pacing: Ideal Characteristics in Pediatrics, 118David Bradley and Peter S. Fischbach

7 Implantable Cardioverter–Defibrillator Testing in Pediatric and Congenital Heart Disease, 123Elizabeth A. Stephenson and Charles I. Berul

Part 3: Implantation Techniques

8 Permanent Transvenous Pacemaker, CRT, and ICD Implantation in the Structurally Normal Heart, 133Akash R. Patel and Steven Fishberger

9 Permanent Pacemaker, CRT, and ICD Implantation in Congenital Heart Disease, 147Ian Law and Nicholas H. Von Bergen

10 Permanent Epicardial Pacing:When, How, andWhy? 163Larry Rhodes and Maully Shah

11 Managing Device Related Complications and Lead Extraction, 172Avi Fischer and Barry Love

12 Temporary Pacing in Children, 195Anjan S. Batra and Ilana Zeltser

Part 4: Device Programming and Follow–Up

13 Pacemaker and ICD Programming in Congenital Heart Disease, 211Jonathan Kaltman and Jeffrey Moak

14 Pacemaker Troubleshooting and Follow–Up, 231Ronn E. Tanel and Frank Zimmerman

15 ICD Troubleshooting and Follow–Up, 252Steven Fishberger and Maully Shah

16 CRT device Programming and Optimization, 271Anoop Singh and Seshadri Balaji

17 Implantable Syncope and Arrhythmia Monitors, and Automated External Defibrillators, 280John R. Phillips and Pamela S. Ro

18 Electromagnetic Interference and Implantable Devices, 294Karen Smoots and R. Lee Vogel

19 Quality of Life, Sports, and Implantable Devices in the Young, 302Elizabeth Saarel

20 Device Innovations and the Future of DeviceTherapy for Arrhythmia and Heart Failure Management, 308Michael P. Carboni and Ronald J. Kanter

Glossary, 322

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