Percutaneous Treatment of Left Side Cardiac Valves
A Practical Guide for the Interventional Cardiologist
Tamburino, Corrado, Ussia, Gian Paolo
2nd ed. 2012, XXII, 336 p.
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“Field experts present in five chapters a stepwise approach to percutaneous valve intervention. … this version includes essential data regarding the clinical outcome of commercially available devices, as well as a review of the available literature. … easily readable for those trained or being trained in interventional cardiology, this book provides the reader with an up-to-date review of a fast-moving field. In this respect, it can be highly recommended to all interventionalists who are interested in the latest developments in percutaneous valve treatment.” (C. Dubois, Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde, Vol. 69 (9), 2013)
“A fully revised and an updated edition of a comprehensive guide to transcatheter treatment of left-side cardiac valves … . Practicing interventional cardiologists and interventional fellows in training will find this book of interest. … The book is well illustrated with tips and tricks, complication management strategies, and guidance for subsequent patient follow-up. Cardiologists with an interest in valvular heart diseases who seek to gain further insight into percutaneous therapy of left-sided cardiac valves may want to use this book as their reference guide.” (Anil Verma, Doody’s Review Service, September, 2012)