Pacemaker Programming: A Handbook by Eva Clausson

Pacemaker Programming: A Handbook

byEva Clausson

Kobo ebook | December 28, 2013

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Ever since the first pacemaker implantation a little more than 50 years ago, the pacemaker has developed from a simple piece of technology into a multi-programmable device with hundreds or even thousands of programming combinations. In the United States, approximately 200,000 new patients have a pacemaker implanted every year, and the number is increasing, due to both the aging population and new indications. Care for these patients includes not only diagnosis and implantation of the pacemaker system but also periodic check-ups of the implanted system using technical measurements and clinically well-grounded programming to assure optimal treatment. In this book you will find information about: - How to program different parameters - What measurements should be performed, and how to use the results - How to interpret stored data - Strategies for follow-up - Troubleshooting Since the correct programming of the device may very well be the most important aspect of successful treatment, this book is intended to be a tool for both the beginner and the more experienced caregiver alike, to be read from the beginning to the end, or to be used as a reference when questions arise.
Title:Pacemaker Programming: A HandbookFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:December 28, 2013Publisher:Books on DemandLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:9175699249

ISBN - 13:9789175699240

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