By Shamai Grossman, Peter Rosen
Chapter 1 Chest ache (pages 1–17): Michael Bohrn, Amal Mattu and Brian Browne
Chapter 2 Non?ST?Segment Elevations Myocardial Infarction (pages 18–37): David Plitt and William J. Brady
Chapter three ST?Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction (pages 38–53): David F. M. Brown
Chapter four strange explanations of Myocardial Ischemia (pages 54–67): Robin Naples and Richard Harrigan
Chapter five Bradyarrhythmias (pages 69–85): Colleen Birmingham and Edward Ullman
Chapter 6 Atrial traumatic inflammation (pages 86–96): Kristen Cochran and Shamai Grossman
Chapter 7 Supraventricular Tachycardia (pages 97–107): Theodore Chan
Chapter eight The Differential analysis of vast complicated Tachycardia—ED Diagnostic and administration concerns (pages 108–122): Nathan Charlton and William J. Brady
Chapter nine Cardiac Arrest (pages 123–137): Benjamin J. Lawner and Amal Mattu
Chapter 10 suggestions in out?of?Hospital Cardiac Arrest: automated exterior Defibrillator and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (pages 138–146): Catherine Cleaveland and William J. Brady
Chapter eleven Pacemakers and AICDS in Emergency medication (pages 147–159): Theodore Chan
Chapter 12 Acute center Failure (pages 161–184): Kevin Reed and Amal Mattu
Chapter thirteen Syncope (pages 185–196): Shamai Grossman
Chapter 14 Valvular center sickness (pages 197–208): Jeffrey Soderman and Edward Ullman
Chapter 15 Myocarditis (pages 209–225): Jehangir Meer and Amal Mattu
Chapter sixteen Pericarditis (pages 226–236): Theodore Chan
Chapter 17 Cardiac pollutants and Drug?Induced middle disorder (pages 237–257): Jeffrey eco-friendly and Richard Harrigan
Chapter 18 Cardiomyopathy (pages 258–266): Alden Landry and Shamai Grossman
Chapter 19 Aortic Dissection (pages 267–282): Keith A. Marill and David F. M. Brown
Chapter 20 belly Aortic Aneurysms (pages 283–296): David A. height and David F. M. Brown
Chapter 21 Hypertensive Emergencies (pages 297–306): Russell Berger and Edward Ullman
Chapter 22 The Electrocardiogram in Acute Coronary Syndromes (pages 307–325): Laura Oh and William J. Brady
Chapter 23 Cardiac Markers (pages 326–336): J. Stephen Bohan
Chapter 24 rigidity trying out (pages 337–348): Jefferson G. Williams and Shamai A. Grossman
Chapter 25 Coronary Computed Tomography (pages 349–360): J. Tobias Nagurney and David F. M. Brown
Chapter 26 Postcardiac surgical procedure Emergencies (pages 361–371): Jonathan Anderson and Shamai A. Grossman
Chapter 27 Pediatric Cardiac Emergencies (pages 372–381): Shannon Straszewski and Carrie Tibbles
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