When your patient's symptoms suggest coronary artery disease, turn to Handbook of Exercise Testing for expert guidance on performing exercise tests and evaluating their results.
The authors use algorithms, tables of testing protocols, activity and exertion scales, and aerobic nomograms to present established procedures and standards for exercise testing.
Divided into four major parts, the Handbook leads you through the basics: reviewing exercise physiology, the stress test, and patient response to dynamic exercise; performing the test from start to finish: patient selection and preparation, starting and terminating the test, and the postexercise period; evaluating patient response: symptoms and signs, hemodynamic and ECG responses; and applying test results to complete the diagnostic and prognostic picture.
A handy worksheet for exercise testing is included as an appendix.
Like the popular Little, Brown Spiral Manuals, the Little, Brown Handbooks provide practical, accessible information in a pocket-sized format. Little, Brown Handbooks are the "Next Step" for residents and practitioners and offer the same "get-the-job-done" reliability you expect from the Spiral Manuals.
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