Nadas’ Pediatric Cardiology, 3ed + Video


Nadas’ Pediatric Cardiology, 3ed + Video Nadas’ Pediatric Cardiology Practical tools for diagnosis and management of the pe…
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Book Title: Nadas’ Pediatric Cardiology, 3ed + Video


Author: Edward P. Walsh MD
Publisher: Elsevier; 3rd edition
Release Year: 2025
Language: English
Format: MP4 + PDF ( )
Page Count: 843
(ISBN) : 1455705993
Price in Amazon: $133.99
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Nadas’ Pediatric Cardiology In recent years, the field of pediatric cardiology has undergone rapid change, resulting in earlier diagnoses and improved long-term outcomes for many patients. Nadas’ Pediatric Cardiology, 3rd Edition, offers an easy-to-understand, practical, and team-based approach to this complex field, addressing the current needs of pediatric cardiologists, surgeons, fellows, and other members of the pediatric cardiology team. It thoroughly covers all diagnostic and management aspects of both acquired and congenital heart disease, providing a strong foundation and an actionable approach to care of the pediatric cardiology patient and family.

  • Provides comprehensive coverage of the foundational and practical aspects of care for complex heart problems in children, covering both therapy and surgery from basic information through complex, team-based clinical applications.
  • Includes new chapters on cardiomyopathies, structural heart disease, interventional procedures, genetics, electrophysiology, and imaging.
  • Discusses the latest information on diagnosis and treatment of congenital heart disease, including in the fetus and young adult.
  • Covers current drugs used in pediatric heart conditions and surgical therapy.
  • Shares the knowledge and expertise of editors and authors at Boston Children’s Hospital, one of the world’s largest and most highly rated pediatric cardiology and congenital heart surgery institutions, using a team-based approach.
  • Covers the full spectrum of care, including anesthesia, the ICU, and nursing considerations.


Nadas’ Pediatric Cardiology Practical tools for diagnosis and management of the pediatric patient with heart disease


. A brief history of pediatric cardiology and congenital heart surgery
. Cardiac embryology
. Morphologic-anatomic diagnosis: Normal and pathologic cardiac morphology
. Fetal and transitional circulation
. Genetics of congenital heart disease
. Dysmorphology and syndromes
. History, physical examination, oximetry, chest radiograph, and other baseline testing
. Electrocardiography
. Echocardiography
. Advanced cardiac imaging
. Assessment of myocardial performance
. Exercise testing
. Fundamentals of cardiac catheterization
. Interventional cardiac catheterization
. Lymphatic anomalies and interventions


. Central nervous system sequelae of congenital heart disease
. Pulmonary hypertension
. Adult congenital heart disease
. Pregnancy and reproductive health in patients with congenital heart disease
. The fontan circulation
. Fundamentals of cardiopulmonary bypass for congenital heart surgery
. Ventricular recruitment in patients with borderline ventricles
. Emerging techniques in cardiac surgery
. Sedation and anesthesia in cardiac procedures
. Cardiac intensive care unit
. Contemporary pediatric cardiovascular nursing
. Translational research in pediatric cardiology
. Innovation and areas for future research

Video Contents

. . Three-dimensional view of the mitral valve shows the presence of a cleft in the anterior leaflet.
. . Contrast echocardiogram showing the presence of a patent
. . Three-dimensional echocardiogram image containing the
. . Three-dimensional view of stenotic bioprosthetic mitral
. . Fetal echocardiogram, depicting a sweep from the apical
. . A three-dimensional rotation angiogram of a 6-month-old
. . Short-axis cine at the mid-ventricular level in a 17-year-old
. . A four-dimensional volume-rendered cine in a 1-year-old
. . Short-axis cine image from a retrospectively gated lowpitch spiral CCT acquisition
. . Balloon dilation of the pulmonary valve.
. . Transcatheter management of pulmonary atresia with intact ventricular septum (PA-IVS).
. . Intentional fracture of surgically placed failing bioprosthetic
. . Coronary compression testing showing compression of
. . Transcatheter aortic valve replacement in a native, noncalcified aortic valve of a patient
. . Use of covered stent to treat aortic wall rupture during balloon angioplasty of previously stented, resistant coarctation of the aorta.
. . Combined surgical and transcatheter management of infant with congenital mitral valve disease.
. . Use of covered stent to treat aortic wall rupture during
. . Recanalization and stenting of completely occluded superior Mustard baffle.
. . Intracardiac echo: “Home” image of atrioventricular septum by intracardiac echo showing position of His bundle electrogram
. . Integration of intracardiac echocardiogram and electroanatomical mapping in patient undergoing slow pathway modification
. . Intracardiac echo; trans-septal view of ablation catheter
. . (of angiogram). Injection in the left coronary cusp
. . Echo of acute rheumatic fever with mitral regurgitation (MR).

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