Electrocardiography in Ischemic Heart Disease: Clinical and Imaging Correlations and Prognostic Implications
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Foreword by Elliott M. Antman.
Part I The ECG in different clinical settings of ischaemic heart disease: correlations and prognostic.
1 Anatomy of the heart: the importance of imaging techniques correlations.
2 Electrocardiographic changes secondary to myocardial ischaemia.
3 Electrocardiographic pattern of ischaemia: T-wave abnormalities.
4 Electrocardiographic pattern of injury: ST-segment abnormalities.
5 Electrocardiographic pattern of necrosis: abnormal Q wave.
Part II The ECG in different clinical settings of ischaemic heart disease: correlations and prognostic implications.
6 Acute and chronic ischaemic heart disease: definition of concepts and classification.
7 Patients with acute chest pain: role of the ECG and its correlations.
8 Acute coronary syndrome: unstable angina and acute myocardial infarction.
9 Myocardial infarction with Q wave.
10 Myocardial infarction without Q waves or equivalent: acute and chronic phase.
11 Clinical settings with anginal pain, outside the ACS.
12 Silent ischaemia.
13 Usefulness and limitations of the ECG in chronic ischaemic heart disease.
14 The ECG as a predictor of ischaemic heart disease.
Colour plate, facing page 12
● Internationally renowned authors correlate electrocardiographic readings with anatomical patterns of myocardial ischemia
● Extensively referenced to make easy connections and correlations
● Illustrated throughout to maximize understanding
● Highly recommended for any clinician involved in the diagnosis and management of ischemic heart disease