Echo Made EasyBy
- Sam Kaddoura
This best-selling and highly-praised book provides a practical and clinically useful introduction to echo. The author explains the echo techniques available, what an echo can and cannot give, and, importantly, puts echo into a clinical perspective. The sections are ordered with the techniques most often used to diagnose a particular clinical problem explained first. The final chapter deals with special clinical situations.
Paperback, 248 Pages
Published: January 2009
Imprint: Churchill Livingstone
- 1. What is echo?
3. Doppler â velocities and pressures
4. Heart failure, myocardium and pericardium
5. Transoesophageal and stress echo and other echo techniques
6. Cardiac masses, infection and congenital abnormalities
7. Special situations and conditions