7:Coronary artery bypass graft angiography
8:Percutaneous coronary intervention
- Provides detailed instructions on how to perform a comprehensive left and right heart catheterization procedure
- Filled with practical advice, including choosing the correct catheter for both coronary and graft angiography
- Extensively illustrated, with over 150 clinical images and schematic illustrations to aid interpretation and understanding
New to this Edition:
- Fully revised to reflect the developments in practice, procedure, and international guidelines
- Features brand new sections on primary percutaneous coronary intervention, trends in vascular access, bioabsorbable stents, and optical coherence tomography
- Introduces a new chapter on the multidisciplinary catheter lab team
Cardiac catheterization and coronary angiography are both key components to routine cardiology practice. This new edition of Cardiac Catheterization and Coronary Intervention has been fully updated since the first edition, with new sections on primary percutaneous coronary intervention, trends in vascular access, bioabsorbable stents, optical coherence tomography, and more. Filled with over 150 clinical images and schematic illustrations, the handbook is an accessible 'how-to' guide, designed to de-mystify complex cardiac catheterization investigations. Expanded to reflect developments in practice, this new edition also introduces a new chapter on the multidisciplinary team and their roles and responsibilities from pre- to post-procedural care and relevant training requirements.
Containing detailed instructions on how to perform a comprehensive left and right heart catheterization procedure, choosing the correct catheter for coronary and graft angiography, and how to perform a diagnostic coronary angiogram and interpret the subsequent findings, Cardiac Catheterization and Coronary Intervention acts as a concise and invaluable guide for the cardiology trainee.
Edited by Andrew Mitchell, Consultant Cardiologist, Jersey General Hospital, St Helier, Jersey, Giovanni Luigi De Maria, Consultant Interventional Cardiologist, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, and Adrian Banning, Consultant Cardiologist, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford
Andrew Mitchell is a Consultant Cardiologist at Jersey General Hospital and an Honorary Cardiologist at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford. He studied medicine at the University of Southampton, and is a member of the British Cardiovascular Society, American College of Cardiology, and European Society of Cardiology amongst others. His specialist interests include advanced echocardiography and the non-drug therapy for arrhythmia management. He has published over 130 papers and abstracts on aspects of clinical cardiology. In 2016 he was a finalist for the Cardiology Team of the Year in the British Medical Journal awards.
Giovanni Luigi De Maria is a Consultant Cardiologist at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford. After training at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Rome, he worked at the Agostino Gemelli Hospital before moving to the John Radcliffe Hospital in 2013. In 2017 he won a Young Investigator Award at the annual meeting of the British Society of Cardiovascular Interventions (BCIS), and has published over 70 peer reviewed papers. He is a member of the European Society of Cardiology, the European Association of Percutaneous Coronary Intervention, and the British Cardiovascular Intervention Society, amongst others.
Adrian Banning is consultant cardiologist at the John Radcliffe University Hospital, Oxford, and currently holds the post of President of the British Cardiovascular Intervention Society (BCIS). He was the Clinical Lead for cardiac medicine, and subsequently the Divisional Director for Cardiology, Cardiothoracic, and Vascular Surgery for the John Radcliffe, and has been the leading investigator for multiple practice-changing trials, including Syntax, Excel, and Horizons. He qualified from St George's Hospital, London in 1987, and obtained Fellowship of the European Society of Cardiology in 2001, followed by Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians in 2003. He was Assistant Editor to the journal Heart for six years, and has published over 190 peer reviewed papers.