Vincent C. Thomas, Seshadri Balaji
Pediatric arrhythmias present numerous challenges to pediatric cardiologists and other practitioners who see pediatric patients, including pediatricians, family physicians, emergency physicians, residents, fellows, and other clinicians. Arrhythmias in Children: A Case-Based Approach features practical methods for diagnosing and treating arrhythmias in these patients across all settings. Nearly three dozen real-world scenarios are presented, followed by a discussion of the diagnosis, clinical thinking process involved, treatment options, expected outcomes, and how to manage anticipated and unanticipated outcomes. These practical, realistic cases provide a unique and engaging way of approaching these challenging patient scenarios.
Uses a case-based approach for a full spectrum of pediatric arrythmias in the newborn, child, pre-teen, and teenager.
Presents history and physical, differential diagnoses, tests to order, and practical plans of action.
Includes a section on arrythmias in special circumstances.
Models clinical thinking skills for a wide number of real-world patient situations.
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