Handbook of Cardiac Anatomy, Physiology, and Devices
Iaizzo, Paul A. (Ed.)
2nd ed. 2009, X, 700 p. 414 illus., 214 illus. in color.
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From the reviews of the second edition:
“In this second edition of a book/DVD for bio-medical engineers and clinicians, experts from the University of Minnesota’s Lillehei Heart Institute team up with scientists from Medtronic, Inc., a medical technology company to offer the latest information on the anatomic features, underlying physiologic mechanisms, and cardiac devices for diseases of the heart. … The art program features … diagnostic images, photos of equipment and devices, and anatomical illustrations. … The book is appropriate for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, residents, and practicing biomedical engineers.” (SciTech Book News, December, 2009)
“‘Handbook of Cardiac Anatomy, Physiology, and Devices’ in its Second edition gives comprehensive overview of cardiac anatomy, physiology and devices employed in its examination … . Each chapter is accompanied by numerous, compendious References and/or Suggested Reading. The text is complemented by numerous well prepared and refined pictures, graphs, schemes and photographs. … represents valuable, substantial reading for those who are anyhow interested cardiovascular system structure, functions, examining and treatment. This group of readers is represented by medical students, cardiologists and by biomedical engineering students.” (Marie Nováková, General Physiology and Biophysics, December, 2009)
“This second edition has become a valuable review book and resource for comprehensive therapists who prescribe the increasing numbers of new contrivances involved in investigation and treatment of cardiovascular disease. … Its anatomy reveals how images demonstrate structure and identifies both the portals for entry and the passages for delivery of instruments. Physiology concerns electrical and other activities suitable for recording, delivery, and function. … the comprehensive therapist can begin to catch up with overwhelming current development of spare parts for people.” (William H. Wehrmacher, Comprehensive Therapy, 2009)