Featuring an enhanced and reader-friendly design, Patels Atlas of Complications of Coronary Interventions covers basic and advanced techniques to confront the reader with the complications of coronary interventions. The highly distilled text of the Atlas provides a convenient and practical tool to help interventional cardiologists master key aspects of managing coronary complications. While discussing 68 different complications occurring during coronary interventions, editor Tejas Patel, MD, and co-editors Sanjay Shah, MD, and Samir B. Pancholy, MD, have focused on the most important and common clinical problems that confront interventional cardiologists on a regular basis. They highlight the availability of different techniques, without neglecting those that are tried and true, while striving to acquaint the reader with the weaknesses and strengths of each in a balanced fashion. Editors, present cases with accompanying videos, sharing their own complications and Plan B techniques for success, laid out for readers in an easy-to-comprehend format. Additional cases and contributions are provided by leading interventionalists from around the world.
Patels Atlas of Complications of Coronary Interventions is published by HMP Global, publisher of cardiology journals such as the Journal of Invasive Cardiology, Cath Lab Digest, EP Lab Digest, and Vascular Disease Management.
Case Videos Included
Patels Atlas of Complications of Coronary Interventions includes exclusive access to an extensive video series. Chapter by chapter, case by case, the authors reflect on the different complications of coronary intervention, with videos providing clarity and dimension. (click here)