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  1. Manual of High Resolution Esophageal Manometry

    Manual of High Resolution Esophageal Manometry

    Mark Fox, Peter J. Kahrilas, John E. Pandolfino, Frank Zerbib
    Buch  
    2014, 172 p.
    ISBN: 978-3-8374-1398-4
    There has been an explosion of interest in esophageal High Resolution Manometry (HRM). Today, less than 15 years after publication of the first paper describing this technology, there are now more than 1300 HRM systems in use worldwide. This manual is designed for use by physicians, surgeons and physiologists that use HRM for clinical measurement of esophageal function. Contents are divided into four sections including: - Practical instructions including step-by-step instructions for the acquisition and analysis of HRM - A primer on esophageal physiology and motility disorders - A practical guide to HRM technology and application in clinical practice - An atlas including step-by-step guide to the acquisition and analysis of HRM studies and more than 100 examples of clinical findings demonstrating the "range of normal and abnormal findings" observed during HRM studies The editors are grateful to all those members of the HRM Working Group that contributed to this manual to share their knowledge and experience gained from the first ten years of work with this exciting new technology. Mehr erfahren
    EUR 39,80

  2. Contrast-enhanced ultrasound

    Contrast-enhanced ultrasound

    Dr. Hans-Peter Weskott, Städt. Krankenhaus Siloah
    Buch  
    2013, 240 p.
    ISBN: 978-3-8374-1428-8
    The benefit in using Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound (CEUS) has been proven over many years, not only for liver disease but also for a range of extra-hepatic indications. Liver guidelines have now also been updated on a larger international scale by a team from Europe as well as by experts from Asia and the USA. This book should help not just towards a start into a new and exciting imaging world, but also to support those who already perform CEUS on a daily basis. Mehr erfahren
    EUR 39,80

  3. Current treatment of aortic regurgitation

    Current treatment of aortic regurgitation

    Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Schäfers, Klinik für Thorax-, Herz-Gefäßchirurgie, Universitätsklinikum Homburg
    Buch  
    2013, 128 p.
    ISBN: 978-3-8374-1406-6
    Aortic regurgitation today is the third most common valvular pathology in industrial countries, either isolated to the valve or in conjunction with aortic disease. With changing demographics it can be expected to increase in prevalence in the next years. The past years have brought about dynamic changes in surgical options, imaging techniques and also patient expectations. A group of internationally highly renowned authors from different specialties have made a joint effort to provide a state-of-the-art overview of all aspects of the disease. Anatomy, pathology, cardiological aspects and current guidelines are presented by leaders in their fields. Surgical techniques and their long-term results are summarised by an international team of individuals with a strong track record in their respective areas. The topics are presented precisely, comprehensively and can be a reference to all health care professionals seeking information on the latest developments. Mehr erfahren
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  4. Clinical Use of Immunoglobulins

    Clinical Use of Immunoglobulins

    Prof. Dr. Volker Wahn and Prof. Jordan Orange
    Buch  
    2013, 252 p.
    ISBN: 978-3-8374-1374-8
    Immunoglobulins play an essential role in the human immune system. Therapeutic immunoglobulin truly represents a global resource and the web connecting clinical research, basic research, manufacturing and advocacy truly span the globe. Now five years have passed since the first English edition of “Clinical Use of Immunoglobulins”. Much progress has occurred in the field over that time: new clinical indications, new efficacy and outcome data, novel insights into mechanisms of action and new preparations of therapeutic immunoglobulin. This new 2nd edition features two entirely new chapters one covering the adverse effects of immunoglobulin therapy (Chapter 3) and a second covering dermatologic diseases (Chapter 16). All previous topics are included and have been updated. In aggregate, the volume provides comprehensive perspective on therapeutic immunoglobulin. Mehr erfahren
    EUR 39,80

  5. Procalcitonin - Biochemistry and Clinical Diagnosis

    Procalcitonin - Biochemistry and Clinical Diagnosis

    Priv.-Doz. Dr. Michael Meisner, Städtisches Krankenhaus Dresden-Neustadt
    eBook  Gutschein  
    2010, 128 p.
    ISBN: 978-3-8374-5241-9
    At present, Procalcitonin (PCT) is one of the best parameters for the early detection and monitoring of severe bacterial infections and sepsis. More than 1,500 scientific publications on PCT account for the most significant areas of application of this marker. - PCT helps identify or rule out severe bacterial infections. It provides a relatively high degree of certainty in the differential diagnosis of “sepsis”, “severe sepsis” or “septic shock”. - In conjunction with other clinical data, PCT indicates whether antibiotic therapy appears to be necessary. - The course of PCT also reflects the efficacy of antibiotic therapy and indicates when it should be terminated. This allows a “patient-adapted, individual” antibiotic treatment of generally shorter duration than in conventional procedures. - PCT offers a risk assessment in patients with sepsis in respect of organ failure and mortality, thus high-risk patients are quickly identified to receive optimum treatment. In order to ensure a qualified application of this parameter in the hospital as well as in the medical practice, fundamental knowledge of PCT is essential. This monograph overviews the most important areas of application and defines the special properties of PCT. Mehr erfahren
    EUR 24,80

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