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by Johan H. C. Reiber,P.W. Serruys

ePub New Developments in Quantitative Coronary Arteriography (Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine) download
Author:
Johan H. C. Reiber,P.W. Serruys
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978-0898383775
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0898383773
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Springer; 1988 edition (October 31, 1988)
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Medicine
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Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine. New Developments in Quantitative Coronary Arteriography. Objective and reproducible analysis will furthermore enhance our understanding about the pathophysiology of coronary disease.

Coronary arteriography contains and can provide most of this information. Johan H. C. Reiber, . There are few techniques that have influenced therapeutic strategies in modem cardiology to a similar extent as coronary arteriography.

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oceedings{Reiber1988NewDI, title {New Developments in Quantitative Coronary Arteriography}, author {Johan H. Reiber and Patrick W. Serruys}, booktitle {Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine}, year {1988} }. Reiber, Patrick W. Serruys. This selection of contributions to a symposium held in Rotterdam in June 1987 serves as an aid to clinical decision making through the application of more rigorously quantitative analysis to coronary angiograms. Topics include arterial stenosis quantitation, coronary flow and myocardial perfusion, c. View on Springer.

Thus, the book will not be of interest to every diagnostic angiographer. However, the excellence of the coverage of many aspects of quantitation techniques will make this book a useful addition to the libraries of those working in the development or initial application of quantitative techniques, whether they are physicists, engineers, or clinicians.

Pw Serruys signal of new developments in the definition of clinically relevant parameters except for the stenotic flow reserve; (8) densitometry remains.

Quantitative coronary and left ventricular cineangiography: methodology and clinical applications. Quantitative coronary arteriography (QCA) is commonly regarded as a reproducible and accurate method of assessing coronary anatomy. signal of new developments in the definition of clinically relevant parameters except for the stenotic flow reserve; (8) densitometry remains a problematic technique; and (9) the use of more extensive and particularly standardized validation procedures should be encouraged.

Автор: Johan H. Reiber; . Описание: The book is subdivided into a total of eight parts, beginning with the more methodological issues, such as QCA and other modalities (3 chapters), cine- film versus digital arteriography (3 chapters), quality control in QCA (4 chapters), and coronary blood flow and flow reserve (3 chapters).

There are few techniques that have influenced therapeutic strategies in modem cardiology to a similar extent as coronary arteriography. Bypass surgery as well as transluminal coronary angioplasty would not have been possible without coronary angiography serving as a 'midwife' in their evolu­ tion. Despite the widespread and long-standing use in clinical practice, however, the interpretation of coronary angiograms has not changed very much since the early days. Most angiogr~s are still reviewed in a visual and semi-quantitative and thus often very subjective way. In the face of an almost exploding field for interventional catheterization including thrombolysis, balloon dilatation, and other rapidly evolving techniques for transluminal revascularization or recanalization, a more detailed and quantitative analysis of coronary arteriograms is urgently required. In addition to the delineation of coronary morphology, we need dynamic and functional information about flow and perfusion to understand the physiological significance of anatomic abnormalities. Coronary arteriography contains and can provide most of this information. With the application of appropriate techniques, it can be made available in the catheterization laboratory even during the patient's investiga­ tion, thus facilitating and improving clinical decision making. Objective and reproducible analysis will furthermore enhance our understanding about the pathophysiology of coronary disease.