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1. Evaluation in Acute Cardiac Care
Sunandan Sikdar, Biswajit Majumder

2. The ECG in Cardiac Critical Care and Anesthesia
Sunandan Sikdar

3. Echocardiography in critical care
Sunandan Sikdar, Debika Chatterjee

4. Assessment Of Volume Status In CCU
Swarup Paul, Sunandan Sikdar

5. Thoracic Ultrasound
Abhradip Das, Sunandan Sikdar

6. Arterial Blood Gas
Swarup Paul, Sunandan Sikdar

7. Approach to Electrolyte abnormalities in CCU
Swarup Paul, Sunandan Sikdar

8. Haemodynamics
Sunandan Sikdar, Swarup Paul

9. Role and Interpretation of Biomarkers
Sunandan Sikdar, Barnik Chaudhuri, Arijita Mukherjee

10. Acute Chest Pain
Sunandan Sikdar, Mrinal Kanti Das

11. Acute Coronary Syndrome
Sunandan Sikdar, Debabrata Roy

12. ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction
Sunandan Sikdar, Saibal Mukhopadhyay

13. Post-Procedure management of CCU
Sunandan Sikdar, Devendra Shrimal, Simarjot Singh Sarin

14. Cardiogenic Shock and Management of Hypotension
Sunandan Sikdar, Amit Mittal, Umesh Kohli

15. Inotropes and Vasopressors
Sunandan Sikdar, Aman Makhija

16. Antiplatelets and Anticoagulants: Perioperative issues
Sunandan Sikdar, Dipankar Ghosh Dastidar

17. Non Vitamin K Oral Anticoagulants
Sunandan Sikdar

18. Acute Aortic Syndromes
Sunandan Sikdar, Arunansu Dhole

19. Refractory Hypertension in Critical care
Sunandan Sikdar, Rathindra Nath Karmakar

20. Pulmonary Embolism
Sunandan Sikdar, Arindam Pande , Gautam Das

21. Pulmonary Hypertension
Sunandan Sikdar, Auriom Kar

22. Narrow QRS Tachycardias
Sunandan Sikdar, Debabrata Bera

23. Atrial Fibrillation: the CCU perspective
Sunandan Sikdar, Anunay Gupta

24. Wide QRS Tachycardia
Sunandan Sikdar, Subramaian Anandraja

25. Pre-operative and peri-operative and CCU care in primary electrical disorders of the heart
Madhav Krishna Kumar Nair, Arshad Jahangir, Praloy Chakraborty

26. Electrical Storm
Sunandan Sikdar, Deepak Padmanabhan

27. Permanent Pacemakers and Defibrillators: From basics to troubleshooting
Sunandan Sikdar, Dilip Kumar

28. Cardiomyopathies
Sunandan Sikdar, Arijit Ghosh, Subhasis Raychoudhury

29. Myocarditis
Sunandan Sikdar, Subhajit Das

30. Stress Cardiomyopathy
Sunandan Sikdar, Soumik Basu, Sumanta Chatterjee

31. Acute Decompensated Heart Failure
Sunandan Sikdar, Munna Das

32. Valvular Heart Disease and Infective Endocarditis
Sunandan Sikdar, Indranil Dutta, Arunansu Dhole

33. Pericarditis and Pericardial effusion
Sunandan Sikdar, Anup Khetan, Biswarup Sarkar

34. Acute Limb Ischemia
Sunandan Sikdar, Saujatya Chakraborty

35. Use of Sedation, Analgesia and Anaesthesia in CCU
Sunandan Sikdar, Swarup Paul, Jitendra Ladhania

36 A. Preoperative Assessment of Patients with Ischemic Heart Disease
Anuradha Patel, Sunandan Sikdar, Rakesh Garg

36 B. Perioperative assessment and management of patients with valvular heart disease for non cardiac surgery
Neha Pangasa, Dalim Kumar Baidya

37. Mechanical ventilation: Basics for CCU clinicians
Swarup Paul, Sunandan Sikdar

38. Basics of Non Invasive Ventilation
Abhradip Das, Sunandan Sikdar

39. Nutrition in Cardiac Intensive Care
Sunandan Sikdar, Swarup Paul

40. Cardiac aspects of Diabetes
Sunandan Sikdar, Kaushik Sen

41. Cardiac Arrest: Resuscitation and after
Sunandan Sikdar, Kowshik Paul

42. Cardiac Assist Devices
Karan Madan, Sourabh Pahuja, Sunandan Sikdar

43. Cardiorenal Syndrome and Acute Kidney Injury
Sunandan Sikdar, Pinaki Mukhopadhyay

44. Cardiac Drugs : Uses and Precautions
Sunandan Sikdar, Rana Rathore Roy

This book provides clinical tips on the management of common emergencies that are regularly faced by critical care and acute care cardiologists in resource-limited settings. Based on the current guidelines, it explores the evaluation of the patient, followed by its treatment methodology. It highlights the beneficial effects of the use of cardiac drugs during an emergency. There is also a special section on preoperative evaluation and postoperative management of cardiac patients of different subsets. Medicolegal/documentation points are also discussed where relevant. It is useful as a ready reference for physicians, anaesthetists and cardiologists.

Key Features
• Reinforces certain teachings and recalls certain overlooked clinical points to address emergency situations in a busy, resource limited setting
• Explains lucidly what the acute cardiac care/anaesthesia registrar or cardiology fellows ought to do in the intensive care and postoperative wards
• Emphasizes the importance of clinical acumen and observation