Difficult Decisions in Clinical Electrophysiology - A Case Based Approach, An Issue of Cardiac Electrophysiology ClinicsBy
- Mark Haigney, MD, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Annapolis MD
- Adam Strickberger, MD, Georgetown University, Washington, DC
This issue consists of 17 case studies, each involving a difficult decision that has to be made in the catheterization laboratory. Reading about the cases and seeing the ECGs will help cardiac electrophysiologists sharpen their clinical skills. The cases are also useful reading for those studying for board certification.
Published: June 2012