KIDNEY DISEASE IN THE CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION LABORATORY. A PRACTICAL APPROACH

KIDNEY DISEASE IN THE CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION LABORATORY. A PRACTICAL APPROACH

Editorial:
SPRINGER
Año de edición:
Materia
Nefrología
ISBN:
978-3-030-45413-5
Páginas:
473
N. de edición:
1
Idioma:
Inglés
Ilustraciones:
59
Disponibilidad:
Disponible en 2-3 semanas

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-5%

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88,40 €

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•Coronary artery disease in CKD: Epidemiology, Pathophysiology and Clinical Outcomes
• Noninvasive testing in the diagnosis of ischemic heart disease in CKD: Scope, Pitfalls and Future Directions
• Peripheral Arterial Disease in CKD: Disease Burden, Outcomes and Interventional Strategies
• Cardiovascular impact of Atherosclerotic Renovascular Disease
• Platelet Function testing and antiplatelet agent choice in CKD
• Choice of stents and clinical outcomes in patients with CKD
• Revascularization strategies in CKD: PCI vs CABG
• Approach to revascularization in the potential kidney transplant recipient
• Nephrology consultative approach and risk stratification prior to revascularization in CKD
• Contrast Induced AKI: Epidemiology, risk stratification and prognosis
• Contrast induced AKI: Pathophysiological Mechanisms
• Prevention of Contrast Induced AKI: Summary of volume optimization strategies
• Prevention of Contrast induced AKI: Contrast medium selection, adjuvant strategies and best clinical practices
• Intra procedural and operator strategies for reduction of contrast induced AKI
• Effect of Percutaneous Ventricular Assist Devices on Renal Function
• Renal athero-embolic disease: An underdiagnosed entity
• Acute kidney injury with trans catheter aortic valve replacement
• Impact of kidney disease in catheter based mitral valve interventions
• Acute kidney injury with peripheral vascular interventions
• Renal Artery Stenosis: State of the Art in Diagnosis and Management
• Renal Denervation: Physiology, scope and current evidence
• Economic impact of AKI and CKD in cardiac interventions
• Biomarkers in early risk stratification and management of post catheterization AKI
• Utilization of the cardio nephrology collaborative in the era of value based medicine.

This book is the first title that focuses exclusively on kidney disease and its impact in the cardiac catheterization laboratory. The increasing prevalence of vascular risk factors such as diabetes, obesity and hypertension coupled with increased longevity has resulted in a worldwide epidemic of cardiovascular and chronic kidney disease (CKD). Never has the impact of one organ system on the other been so profound, as in the current context of cardio-renal interactions. The cross talk between the heart and kidneys is highly relevant in the field of interventional cardiology, given the increasing number of trans-catheter procedures being performed in patients with underlying kidney disease. These procedures also have a significant impact on kidney function and require thoughtful interdisciplinary planning by a cardiorenal team, to achieve optimal outcomesThis book assembles the collective expertise of several international leaders in the field of interventional cardiology and nephrology to summarize this complex interface. The book is divided into seven sections to comprehensively cover the topic, including sections on best practices with reduction of contrast associated acute kidney injury, cutting edge techniques to minimize kidney risk with complex interventions, impact of transcatheter valvular procedures on kidney function and the utility of cardio-nephrology teams . Less recognized complications with high morbidity such as athero-embolic renal disease are featured prominently, to increase awareness in the interventional cardiology and nephrology communities.This book is avaluable resource for interventional and structural cardiologists, general cardiologists and nephrologists dealing with the significant overlap areas between these two specialties. It is also relevant to medical students, trainee physicians in nephrology and cardiology, advanced care practitioners and nursing personnel in both specialties . Given the major impact of kidney function on outcomes in patients undergoing cardiac procedures, this textbook serves as a focal point to integrate relevant clinical data from both specialties and help interventional cardiologists achieve optimal outcomes, especially in patients with (or at risk for) kidney disease.

Features
• Serves a key reference point bridging the gap between nephrology and cardiology in the cardiac catheterization laboratory
• Focuses on the renal impact of cutting edge interventional cardiology procedures
• Authors are internationally renowned experts in interventional cardiology, structural cardiology and nephrology