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Rustle Up A Rhythm
Listen...and you'll hear the rhythms of the music that surrounds us in a world full of sound! 'We'll take the train to Timbleton and listen as we snack...b-ding, b-ding, the wheels sing, then click-ity, click-ity, clack.'
About the Author
Rosalind Malam is the author of seven children's books including The Big Night, Caught on Camera (Reed Publishing) and Poppa (Pearson). She grew up in Northland, New Zealand, and says that her imagination was stimulated by her childhood home - a large, spooky historic building that was once a travellers' inn and infirmary. Rosalind now lives in Auckland and teaches at a local primary school. Rustle up a Rhythm is her first book for Scholastic NZ.
About the Illustrator
Sarah Nelisiwe Anderson is the illustrator of several picture books for Scholastic NZ, including The Were-Nana (2009 Children's Choice winner at the NZ Post Book Awards and a Storylines Notable Book), Hester's Blister, the Joy Cowley award winner Tiny Miss Dott and her Dotty Umbrella, Little Red and the Cunning Kuri, and Luther and the Cloud Makers. Katikati-based Sarah is a freelance illustrator who also produces artwork for magazines, journals, advertising campaigns, and other publications.
Catheter Ablation Of Cardiac Arrhythmias
Whether you are in the lab or the office, stay current in the ever-evolving field of electrophysiology withCatheter Ablation of Cardiac Arrhythmias. Organized by type of arrhythmia, thissimple yet comprehensive medical reference book provides detailed information on anatomy, diagnoses, mapping/ablation, and troubleshooting. The book also extensively covers the updated, basic concepts of transcatheter energy applications and currently available mapping/imaging tools for ablation.
- Improve accuracy with assistance from advanced catheter mapping and navigation systems, and the use of intracardiac echocardiography to assist accurate diagnosis and ablation.
- Stay current on timely topics like contemporary cardiac mapping and imaging techniques, atrial tachycardia and flutter, atrial fibrillation, atrioventricular nodal reentrant tachycardia, tachycardias related to accessory atrioventricular connections, and ventricular tachycardia, transseptal catheterization, ablation for pediatric patients, and patient safety and complications.
- Get the most comprehensive and detailed coverage of arrhythmias and ablation technologies, highlighted by a systematic approach to troubleshooting specific problems encountered in the laboratory - complete with solutions.
- Find the critical answers you need quickly and easily thanks to a consistent, highly user-friendly chapter format.
- Master each approach with exceptional visual guidance from tables, illustrations, high-quality figures, and video clips unmatched among publications in the field.
- Stay up to date with enhanced and expanded chapters, as well as several hundred new figures, web-based videos, and updated references.
- Explore recent developments in the areas of atrial fibrillation and ventricular tachycardias.
- Learn from experts in the field with nearly half of the chapters composed by new authors.
- Improve content knowledge in relation to anatomy with new chapters focusing on hemodynamic support during VT ablation, rotor mapping in atrial fibrillation, and hybrid procedures.
- Expert Consult eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experienceallows you to search all of the text, figures, references, and videos from the book on a variety of devices.
All you need to know on catheter ablation techniques to treat cardiac arrhythmias.
Professor Hein J. J. Wellens : 33 Years Of Cardiology And Arrhythmology
The first invasive evaluation of cardiac arrhythmias in humans was performed in 1967 in Paris (Prof. P. Coumel) and Amsterdam (Prof. D. Durrer). This was the start of a rapid increase in our knowledge of the diagnosis, mechanism and treatment of cardiac arrhythmias. In that same year Prof. Hein J.J. Wellens became cardiologist in the Wilhelmina Gasthuis in Amsterdam. Initially in Amsterdam (1967-1977) and later on in Maastricht (from 1977), he was the driving force for many breakthroughs in clinical cardiac electrophysiology. With an active interplay between the knowledge derived from the 12-lead electrocardiogram and the recordings made with invasive electrophysiology, he composed new ideas leading to major contributions in clinical cardiac electrophysiology and, more generally, in arrhythmology. He published over 650 scientific papers and 14 books, and had numerous functions within scientific boards of prestigious journals. In addition he trained more than 120 cardiologists in clinical cardiac electrophysiology. On the occasion of the congress '2000, Future of Arrhythmology: Lessons From the Past, Promises For Tomorrow', we highlight the scientific work of Prof. Hein J.J. Wellens. A selection of more than 60 articles over the whole time span has been selected. These articles are accompanied by comments from an expert, co-worker and/or former fellow in order to place the paper in a scientific time frame, including the relationship of the author with Prof. Hein J.J. Wellens.
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