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Opis: Venous Thromboembolism Evidence-Based Atlas - Russell Hull

This atlas is based on case studies gleaned from a 20 year experience in a large thromboembolism program. These real cases are summarized in a standardized fashion, presenting the clinical presentation, investigations, treatment, outcome and a summary paragraph indicating the significant teaching points. The cases were selected to illustrate different presentations of venous thromboembolism (primarily pulmonary embolism) to correlate the clinical presentation with the various investigations, and to present visual material which highlights the advantages and disadvantages of the various investigative approaches. The chapters were compiled by an international panel of experts, providing the reader with concise, up-to-date reviews of the various topics. This book is presented in an atlas format, in order to enhance the quality of the reproductions. For ease of reading, the case summaries are presented on the left hand page, with the illustrations beginning on the opposite page with the chest x-ray, followed by lung scan, pulmonary angiography and venograms where they apply. To assist with the interpretation of lung scans, the editors provide a copy of a lung map which is particularly useful in identifying subsegmental or segmental defects and has been shown to significantly decrease interobserver variability. Venous thromboembolism is a multidisciplinary field, thus this book will be of interest to a wide variety of practitioners, including primary care physicians, specialists in internal medicine, pulmonary medicine, cardiology, hematology, intensive care, as well as a number of surgical specialties, including orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery and general surgery. This book is a comprehensive review of venous thromboembolism written by experts in the field. All recommendations for treatment or for diagnostic tests are supported by critical appraisal using evidence-based medicine. Each chapter is to be followed by a brief summary of the level of evidence for recommendations so that the reader can immediately separate out recommendations that are based on firm scientific grounds as opposed to those that are supported by weak evidence such as cohort studies with historic controls or case studies. The book will include a series of case studies that are the result of 20 years of experience with problems in venous thromboembolism. Each case will be accompanied by reproductions of the actual diagnostic tests and will include clinical outcomes and editorial comments regarding the clinical validity of diagnostic tests ""This textbook is new and up-to-date and highlights level one clinical trials as well as other clinical trials in the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of venous thromboembolic disorders. It is an excellent quick reference with an appropriate bibliography to lead to more detailed reading in specific areas. It is an excellent primer for primary care physicians, residents, and students."

"Doody's Health Sciences Book Review Home Page

""I would strongly recommend this book to clinicians of all specialties looking to develop evidence-based strategies for the prophylaxis, diagnosis and treatment of venous thromboembolism."

"British Journal of Surgery"

..".this is an excellent book....I recommend the book for purchase by anyone who is called upon to aid in the diagnosis or treatment of patients with acute venous thromboembolism....it is the most comprehensive and well-written book on this subject that I am aware of. The case discussion portion of the book mandates that it bForewordJ.E. Dalen PrefaceR.D. Hull, G.E. Raskob, G.F. Pineo Section I: Epidemiology, Pathophysiology, and Natural History 1. Epidemiology and Pathophysiology of Venous ThromboembolismC.J. Carter, F.A. Anderson, H.B. Wheeler 2. Natural HistoryM.V. Huisman 3. Evidence-Based Recommendations for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Thromboembolic Disease: Rules of Evidence for Assessing the LiteratureG.E. Raskob Section II: Prevention 4. Overview of Prevention of Venous ThromboembolismG.P. Clagett 5. Prevention of Venous Thromboembolism in General SurgeryA.T. Cohen, V.V. Kakkar 6. Orthopedic SurgeryL.C. Borris, M.R. Lassen 7. Neurosurgery and Stroke PatientsA.G.G. Turpie 8. Medical PatientsA.S. Gallus 9. TraumaM.R. Lassen, L.C. Borris 10. Prevention of Venous Thromboembolism in Spinal Cord InjuryD. Green Section III: Diagnosis of Venous Thrombosis 11. Clinical Features of Deep Venous ThrombosisR.D. Hull, G.F. Pineo 12. The Diagnosis of Venous Thromboembolism: An OverviewE.J.R. van Beek, J.W. ten Cate 13. Contrast VenographyB.G. Birdwell 14. Impedance PlethysmographyG.E. Raskob, G.F. Pineo, R.D. Hull 15. Diagnosis of Deep-Vein Thrombosis with Ultrasound Imaging in Symptomatic Patients and Asymptomatic High-Risk PatientsA.W.A. Lensing, B.L. Davidson, M.H. Prins, H.R. Buller 16. Doppler UltrasonographyA.W.A. Lensing, M. Levi, H.R. Buller 17. Laboratory Tests for the Diagnosis of Venous ThromboembolismM-H. Horellou, J. Conard, M.M. Samama 18. Cost-Effectiveness of Diagnosis of Deep-Vein Thrombosis in Symptomatic PatientsR.D. Hull, E. Feldstein, G.F. Pineo, G.E. Raskob 19. Diagnosis of Acute Recurrent Venous ThrombosisM.V. Huisman, M.M.W. Beaumont-Koopman Section IV: Diagnosis of Pulmonary Embolism 20. Overview of the Diagnosis of Pulmonary EmbolismM.A. Kelley 21. The Clinical Diagnosis of Acute Pulmonary EmbolismP.D. Stein 22. Ventilation-Perfusion in Lung Scans for the Diagnosis of Acute Pulmonary EmbolismA. Gottschalk, M.A. Bisesi, P.D. Stein 23. Pulmonary AngiographyG.V.R.K. Sharma, A.A. Sasahara 24. Role of Objective Tests for Deep-Vein Thrombosis in the Diagnosis of Pulmonary EmbolismG.E. Raskob, G.F. Pineo, R.D. Hull 25. A Strategy for the Treatment of Patients with Suspected Pulmonary Embolism using Noninvasive TestsR.D. Hull, G.E. Raskob, G.F. Pineo 26. Cost-Effectiveness of Pulmonary Embolism DiagnosisR.D. Hull, W. Feldstein, P.D. Stein, G.F. Pineo Section V: Treatment 27. Overview of Treatment of Venous ThromboembolismR.D. Hull, G.E. Raskob, G.F. Pineo 28. Heparin Treatment of Venous ThromboembolismR.D. Hull, G.F. Pineo 29. The Treatment of Venous Thromboembolism With Low-Molecular-Weight HeparinG.F. Pineo, R.D. Hull 30. Oral Anticoagulant TherapyJ.E. Ansell 31. Thrombolytic TherapyC.G. Elliott 32. A Noninvasive Strategy to Decrease Risk of Major Bleeding During Thrombolytic Therapy for Acute Pulmonary EmbolismP.D. Stein, R.D. Hull, G.E. Raskob 33. Vena Caval FiltersC.G. Elliott, B. Eklof Section VI: Special Problems 34. The Management of Common Thrombotic Disorders During PregnancyK.A. Valentine, L. Barbour, J. Pickard, R.D. Hull, G.F. Pineo 35. Chronic Pulmonary Thromboembolism and Pulmonary HypertensionG.T. Ford, S.M. Viner, B.R. Bagg, W.R. Auger 36. Congenital and Acquired Hypercoagulable StatesP.C. Comp 37. Calf-Vein ThrombosisG.E. Raskob 38. Venous Thromboembolism in the Cancer PatientS.S. Durica 39. Heparin-Associated ThrombocytopeniaG.E. Raskob, S.S. Durica, J.N. George 40. Anticoagulants and BoneD.A. Hanley, M.A. Anderson Section VII: Patient Case StudiesG.F. Pineo, G.E. Raskob, R.D. Hull


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Tytuł: Venous Thromboembolism Evidence-Based Atlas
Autor: Russell Hull
Producent: Futura
ISBN: 9780879936334
Rok produkcji: 1996
Ilość stron: 449
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 1.65 kg


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Venous Thromboembolism Evidence-Based Atlas

  • Producent: Futura
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This atlas is based on case studies gleaned from a 20 year experience in a large thromboembolism program. These real cases are summarized in a standardized fashion, presenting the clinical presentation, investigations, treatment, outcome and a summary paragraph indicating the significant teaching points. The cases were selected to illustrate different presentations of venous thromboembolism (primarily pulmonary embolism) to correlate the clinical presentation with the various investigations, and to present visual material which highlights the advantages and disadvantages of the various investigative approaches. The chapters were compiled by an international panel of experts, providing the reader with concise, up-to-date reviews of the various topics. This book is presented in an atlas format, in order to enhance the quality of the reproductions. For ease of reading, the case summaries are presented on the left hand page, with the illustrations beginning on the opposite page with the chest x-ray, followed by lung scan, pulmonary angiography and venograms where they apply. To assist with the interpretation of lung scans, the editors provide a copy of a lung map which is particularly useful in identifying subsegmental or segmental defects and has been shown to significantly decrease interobserver variability. Venous thromboembolism is a multidisciplinary field, thus this book will be of interest to a wide variety of practitioners, including primary care physicians, specialists in internal medicine, pulmonary medicine, cardiology, hematology, intensive care, as well as a number of surgical specialties, including orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery and general surgery. This book is a comprehensive review of venous thromboembolism written by experts in the field. All recommendations for treatment or for diagnostic tests are supported by critical appraisal using evidence-based medicine. Each chapter is to be followed by a brief summary of the level of evidence for recommendations so that the reader can immediately separate out recommendations that are based on firm scientific grounds as opposed to those that are supported by weak evidence such as cohort studies with historic controls or case studies. The book will include a series of case studies that are the result of 20 years of experience with problems in venous thromboembolism. Each case will be accompanied by reproductions of the actual diagnostic tests and will include clinical outcomes and editorial comments regarding the clinical validity of diagnostic tests ""This textbook is new and up-to-date and highlights level one clinical trials as well as other clinical trials in the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of venous thromboembolic disorders. It is an excellent quick reference with an appropriate bibliography to lead to more detailed reading in specific areas. It is an excellent primer for primary care physicians, residents, and students."

"Doody's Health Sciences Book Review Home Page

""I would strongly recommend this book to clinicians of all specialties looking to develop evidence-based strategies for the prophylaxis, diagnosis and treatment of venous thromboembolism."

"British Journal of Surgery"

..".this is an excellent book....I recommend the book for purchase by anyone who is called upon to aid in the diagnosis or treatment of patients with acute venous thromboembolism....it is the most comprehensive and well-written book on this subject that I am aware of. The case discussion portion of the book mandates that it bForewordJ.E. Dalen PrefaceR.D. Hull, G.E. Raskob, G.F. Pineo Section I: Epidemiology, Pathophysiology, and Natural History 1. Epidemiology and Pathophysiology of Venous ThromboembolismC.J. Carter, F.A. Anderson, H.B. Wheeler 2. Natural HistoryM.V. Huisman 3. Evidence-Based Recommendations for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Thromboembolic Disease: Rules of Evidence for Assessing the LiteratureG.E. Raskob Section II: Prevention 4. Overview of Prevention of Venous ThromboembolismG.P. Clagett 5. Prevention of Venous Thromboembolism in General SurgeryA.T. Cohen, V.V. Kakkar 6. Orthopedic SurgeryL.C. Borris, M.R. Lassen 7. Neurosurgery and Stroke PatientsA.G.G. Turpie 8. Medical PatientsA.S. Gallus 9. TraumaM.R. Lassen, L.C. Borris 10. Prevention of Venous Thromboembolism in Spinal Cord InjuryD. Green Section III: Diagnosis of Venous Thrombosis 11. Clinical Features of Deep Venous ThrombosisR.D. Hull, G.F. Pineo 12. The Diagnosis of Venous Thromboembolism: An OverviewE.J.R. van Beek, J.W. ten Cate 13. Contrast VenographyB.G. Birdwell 14. Impedance PlethysmographyG.E. Raskob, G.F. Pineo, R.D. Hull 15. Diagnosis of Deep-Vein Thrombosis with Ultrasound Imaging in Symptomatic Patients and Asymptomatic High-Risk PatientsA.W.A. Lensing, B.L. Davidson, M.H. Prins, H.R. Buller 16. Doppler UltrasonographyA.W.A. Lensing, M. Levi, H.R. Buller 17. Laboratory Tests for the Diagnosis of Venous ThromboembolismM-H. Horellou, J. Conard, M.M. Samama 18. Cost-Effectiveness of Diagnosis of Deep-Vein Thrombosis in Symptomatic PatientsR.D. Hull, E. Feldstein, G.F. Pineo, G.E. Raskob 19. Diagnosis of Acute Recurrent Venous ThrombosisM.V. Huisman, M.M.W. Beaumont-Koopman Section IV: Diagnosis of Pulmonary Embolism 20. Overview of the Diagnosis of Pulmonary EmbolismM.A. Kelley 21. The Clinical Diagnosis of Acute Pulmonary EmbolismP.D. Stein 22. Ventilation-Perfusion in Lung Scans for the Diagnosis of Acute Pulmonary EmbolismA. Gottschalk, M.A. Bisesi, P.D. Stein 23. Pulmonary AngiographyG.V.R.K. Sharma, A.A. Sasahara 24. Role of Objective Tests for Deep-Vein Thrombosis in the Diagnosis of Pulmonary EmbolismG.E. Raskob, G.F. Pineo, R.D. Hull 25. A Strategy for the Treatment of Patients with Suspected Pulmonary Embolism using Noninvasive TestsR.D. Hull, G.E. Raskob, G.F. Pineo 26. Cost-Effectiveness of Pulmonary Embolism DiagnosisR.D. Hull, W. Feldstein, P.D. Stein, G.F. Pineo Section V: Treatment 27. Overview of Treatment of Venous ThromboembolismR.D. Hull, G.E. Raskob, G.F. Pineo 28. Heparin Treatment of Venous ThromboembolismR.D. Hull, G.F. Pineo 29. The Treatment of Venous Thromboembolism With Low-Molecular-Weight HeparinG.F. Pineo, R.D. Hull 30. Oral Anticoagulant TherapyJ.E. Ansell 31. Thrombolytic TherapyC.G. Elliott 32. A Noninvasive Strategy to Decrease Risk of Major Bleeding During Thrombolytic Therapy for Acute Pulmonary EmbolismP.D. Stein, R.D. Hull, G.E. Raskob 33. Vena Caval FiltersC.G. Elliott, B. Eklof Section VI: Special Problems 34. The Management of Common Thrombotic Disorders During PregnancyK.A. Valentine, L. Barbour, J. Pickard, R.D. Hull, G.F. Pineo 35. Chronic Pulmonary Thromboembolism and Pulmonary HypertensionG.T. Ford, S.M. Viner, B.R. Bagg, W.R. Auger 36. Congenital and Acquired Hypercoagulable StatesP.C. Comp 37. Calf-Vein ThrombosisG.E. Raskob 38. Venous Thromboembolism in the Cancer PatientS.S. Durica 39. Heparin-Associated ThrombocytopeniaG.E. Raskob, S.S. Durica, J.N. George 40. Anticoagulants and BoneD.A. Hanley, M.A. Anderson Section VII: Patient Case StudiesG.F. Pineo, G.E. Raskob, R.D. Hull

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