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    edited by David Biron, Gal Haspel.
    Library construction for mutation identification by whole-genome sequencing / Harold E. Smith
    Fundamentals of comparative genome analysis in caenorhabditis nematodes / Eric S. Haag and Cristel G. Thomas
    Genetic methods for cellular manipulations in C. elegans / Menachem Katz
    Fusion PCR method for expressing genetic tools in C. elegans / Yifat Eliezer and Alon Zaslaver
    Transposon-assisted genetic engineering with Mos1- mediated single-copy insertion (MosSCI) / Christian Frøkjær-Jensen
    Creating genome modifications in C. elegans using the CRISPR/Cas9 system / John A. Calarco and Ari E. Friedland
    Observing and quantifying fluorescent reporters / Michael Hendricks
    Microbial rhodopsin optogenetic tools : application for analyses of synaptic transmission and of neuronal network activity in behavior / Caspar Glock, Jatin Nagpal, and Alexander Gottschalk
    Simultaneous optogenetic stimulation of individual pharyngeal neurons and monitoring of feeding behavior in intact C. elegans / Nicholas F. Trojanowski and Christopher Fang-Yen
    High-pressure freeze and freeze substitution electron microscopy in C. elegans / Laura Manning and Janet Richmond
    Electron tomography methods for C. elegans / David H. Hall and William J. Rice
    Microfluidic devices for behavioral analysis, microscopy, and neuronal imaging in Caenorhabditis elegans / Ross C. Lagoy and Dirk R. Albrecht
    Tracking single C. elegans using a USB microscope on a motorized stage / Eviatar I. Yemini and André E. X. Brown
    Imaging system for C. elegans behavior / Matthew A. Churgin and Christopher Fang-Yen
    Method for obtaining large populations of synchronized Caenorhabditis elegans dauer larvae / Maria C. Ow and Sarah E. Hall
    Sampling and isolation of C. elegans from the natural habitat / Nausicaa Poullet and Christian Braendle
    Primer on prototyping / Dylan Lynch and David Biron
    Primer on quantitative modeling / Iulia Neagu and Erel Levine.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
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    Sho Yamasaki, editor.
    Summary: This book focuses on C-type lectin receptors, a newly emerging family of pattern-recognition receptors (PRRs) and a crucial part of the human innate immune system. Above all, the authors highlight these receptors' role in the recognition of pathogen-associated molecular patterns (PAMPs) and damage-associated molecular patterns (DAMPs) - one of the first steps in responding to foreign and potentially dangerous structures in the human body. The respective chapters chiefly examine various C-type lectin receptors, their corresponding ligands, and signalling. In addition to offering immunologists and clinicians important insights from the latest research, they may also provide novel points of departure for future drug development.

    C-type lectin receptors in phagocytosis
    C-type lectins in immunity to lung pathogens
    Signalling C-type lectins in antifungal immunity
    Dendritic cell immunoactivating receptor: an activating receptor for mycobacteria
    myeloid C-type lectin receptors sensing tissue damage
    3D structure and ligand recognition of C-type lectins
    Mechanisms and Functions of CARD9 Signaling in the Innate Immune System.
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    J.C. McKeown.
    Summary: "There are few disciplines as exciting and forward-looking as medicine. Unfortunately, however, many modern practitioners have lost sight of the origins of their discipline. A Cabinet of Ancient Medical Curiosities aspires to cure this lapse by taking readers back to the early days of Western medicine in ancient Greece and Rome. Quoting the actual words of ancient authors, often from texts which have never before been translated into English, J. C. McKeown offers a fascinating glimpse at the origins of surgery, gynecology, pediatrics, pharmacology, diet and nutrition, and many other fields of medicine. This book features hundreds of passages from Greek and Roman authors, with gentle guidance from McKeown, giving a vividly direct picture of the ancient medical world, a world in which, for example, a surgeon had to be strong-minded enough to ignore the screams of his patient, diseases were assumed to be sent by the gods, medicine and magic were often indistinguishable, and no qualifications were required before setting oneself up as a doctor." -- Provided by publisher.

    Medicine, religion, and magic
    The doctor in society
    Attitudes to doctors
    Some famous doctors
    Sex matters
    Women and children
    Preventative medicine
    Prognosis and diagnosis
    Particular ailments and conditions
    Treatment and cures I
    Treatment and cures II
    General medicine
    Respice finem.
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    Frank Thévenod, David Petering, Douglas M. Templeton, Wing-Kee Lee, Andrea Hartwig, editors.
    Summary: This book outlines the interaction of cadmium with the proteome and signalling molecules of mammalian cells. Chapters from expert contributors cover topics such as cadmium chemical biology, membrane receptors and transporters for cadmium and cadmium complexes, and targets of cadmium toxicity. Students and researchers working in bioinorganic chemistry will find this book an important account.

    Membrane transport proteins and receptors for cadmium and cadmium complexes
    The chemical biology of cadmium
    Interactions of cadmium with signaling molecules
    Cell organelles as targets of cadmium toxicity
    Cadmium and its impact on genomic stability.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
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    Seiichiro Himeno, Keiko Aoshima, editors.
    Summary: This volume focuses on cadmium (Cd) exposure, its effects on human health, the mechanism of Cd accumulation and the development of mitigation technologies. Further, it discusses clinical, epidemiological, agricultural, toxicological, and biochemical aspects of Cd pollution and presents recent biochemical studies on molecular mechanisms of Cd cytotoxicity and cellular transport as well as the mechanism of Cd-induced disturbances in phosphorus (P) metabolism. It also provides insights into the pathophysiology of itai-itai disease, a serious condition caused by Cd pollution. Cadmium -New Aspects in Human Disease, Rice Contamination, and Cytotoxicity- is a valuable resource for scientists involved in heavy metal toxicology, botanical sciences, and regulatory sciences. Addressing the features of Cd pollution in the past and in the present, as well as future perspectives, this is a must-have book for students, researchers and practitioners interested in global and local metal pollution.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
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    editor-in-chief, Brian D. Coley.
    Section 1: Radiation effects and safety. Radiation bioeffects, risks, and radiation protection in medical imaging in children
    Media. Magnetic resonance safety
    Complications of contrast
    Section 2: Head and neck. Part 1: Orbit. Embryology, anatomy, normal findings, and imaging techniques
    Prenatal, congenital, and neonatal abnormalities
    Orbit infection and inflammation
    Orbital neoplasia
    Part 2: Nose and sinuses. Nose and sinonasal cavities
    Part 3: Ear and temporal bone. Embryology, anatomy, normal findings, and imaging techniques
    Congenital and neonatal abnormalities
    Infection and inflammation
    Part 4: Neck. Embryology, anatomy, normal findings, and imaging techniques
    Prenatal, congenital, and neonatal abnormalities
    Infection and inflammation
    Part 5: Thyroid and parathyroid. Thyroid and parathyroid
    Section 3: Neuroradiology. Part 1: Cranium and face. Embryology, anatomy, normal findings, and imaging techniques
    Prenatal imaging
    Craniosynostosis, selected craniofacial syndromes, and other abnormalities of the skull
    Neoplasms, neoplasm-like lesions, and infections of the skull
    Part 2: Mandible. The mandible
    Part 3: Skull and facial trauma. Traumatic lesions of the skull and face
    Part 4: Brain. Embryology and brain development
    Magnetic resonance spectroscopy and positron emission tomography
    Diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging: principles and implementation in clinical and research settings
    Functional magnetic resonance imaging
    Perfusion imaging and magnetoencephalography
    Prenatal imaging
    Neonatal brain injury
    Congenital brain malformations
    Inherited metabolic and neurodegenerative disorders
    Infection and inflammation
    Pediatric brain neoplasms
    Cerebrovascular disorders
    Neuroimaging in pediatric epilepsy
    Part 5: Vertebral column and spinal cord. Embryology, anatomy, and normal findings
    Spinal cord imaging techniques
    Prenatal imaging
    Congenital abnormalities of the spine
    Infections of the spine and spinal cord
    Spinal tumor and tumorlike conditions
    Vascular lesions
    Section 4: Respiratory system. Part 1. Overview. Embryology, anatomy and neonatal lung pathophysiology
    Imaging techniques
    Prenatal imaging and intervention
    Part 2: Airway. Upper airway disease
    Lower large airway disease
    Part 3: Lungs. Congenital lung anomalies
    Pulmonary infection
    Diffuse lung disease
    Pulmonary manifestations of systemic disease
    Part 4: Mediastinum. The mediastinum
    Part 5: Chest wall, pleura, and diaphragm. The chest wall
    The pleura
    The diaphragm
    Section 5: Heart and great vessels. Part 1: Overview. Introductory embryology
    Cardiovascular anatomy and segmental approach to imaging of congenital heart disease
    Part 2: Imaging techniques. Pediatric echocardiography
    Chest radiography in pediatric cardiovascular disease
    Pediatric cardiothoracic computed tomographic angiography
    Magnetic resonance imaging for congenital heart disease
    Pediatric cardiac catheterization and electrophysiology
    Surgical considerations for congenital heart disease
    Prenatal imaging and therapy of congenital heart disease
    Part 3: Congenital and cardiovascular abnormalities. Abnormal pulmonary and systemic venous connections
    Systemic to pulmonary arterial shunts
    Left heart lesions
    Right heart lesions
    Conotruncal anomalies
    Congenital anomalies of the thoracic great arteries
    Coronary artery disease in children
    Syndromes and chromosomal anomalies
    Part 4: Acquired cardiovascular abnormalities. Myocardial, endocardial and pericardial diseases
    Cardiac and pericardial tumors
    Cardiovascular involvement by systemic diseases
    Acquired diseases of the thoracic great vessels
    Section 6: Gastrointestinal system. Part 1: Overview. Embryology, anatomy, and normal findings
    Imaging techniques
    Prenatal gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary imaging
    The abdominal wall and peritoneal cavity
    Part 2: Hepatobiliary system. Congenital hepatobiliary abnormalities
    Acquired biliary tract disease
    Parenchymal liver disease
    Infectious causes of liver disease
    Vascular abnormalities of the liver
    Liver transplantation in children
    Part 3: Spleen. The spleen
    Part 4: Pancreas. The pancreas
    Part 5: Esophagus. Congenital and neonatal abnormalities
    Disorders of swallowing
    Acquired esophageal disorders
    Part 6: Stomach. Congenital and neonatal abnormalities
    Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis
    Acquired disorders
    Part 7: Duodenum and small intestine. Congenital and neonatal abnormalities
    Acquired abnormalities
    Acquired lesions of the small intestines
    Part 8: Colon. Congenital and neonatal abnormalities
    Inflammatory and infectious diseases
    Tumors and tumorlike conditions
    Abdominal trauma
    Section 7: Genitourinary system. Part 1: Overview
    Embryology, anatomy, and variants of the genitourinary tract
    Imaging techniques
    Prenatal imaging and intervention
    Part 2: Prenatal imaging and intervention. Congenital and neonatal abnormalities
    Acquired abnormalities (Stone disease and infection)
    Renal neoplasms
    Vascular conditions
    Renal failure and transplantation
    Part 3: Lower urinary tract. The ureter
    Vesicoureteral reflux
    Bladder and urethra
    Part 4: Adrenal and retroperitoneum. Congenital and neonatal conditions
    Acquired conditions
    Part 5: Trauma. Genitourinary trauma
    Part 6: Reproductive organs. Disorders of sex differentiation
    Abnormalities of the male genital tract
    Abnormalities of the female genital tract
    Amenorrhea and abnormalities of puberty
    Section 8: Musculoskeletal system. Part 1: Overview. Embryology, anatomy, and normal findings
    Imaging techniques
    Prenatal musculoskeletal imaging
    Part 2: Congenital malformations. Congenital anomalies of bone
    Skeletal dysplasias and selected chromosomal disorders
    Part 3: Disorders in alignment. Alignment disorders
    Developmental dysplasia of the hip
    Part 4: Arthritides and other inflammatory disorders. Arthritis and differential inflammatory joint disorders
    Part 5: Infections. Musculoskeletal infections
    Part 6: Tumors and tumor-like conditions. Soft tissue and bone tumors
    Part 7: Metabolic and endocrine disorders. Metabolic bone disease
    Endocrine disorders
    Part 8: Systemic disease. Skeletal manifestations of systemic disease
    Part 9: Trauma. Skeletal trauma
    Child abuse
    Sports medicine.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2019
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    Javier DeFelipe.
    Summary: This collection contains hundreds of beautiful rarely-seen-before figures produced throughout the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century by famed father-of-modern-neuroscience Santiago Ramón y Cajal (1852-1934) and his contemporaries. Cajal was captivated by the beautiful shapes of the cells of the nervous system. He and his fellow scientists saw neurons as trees and glial cells as bushes. Given their high density and arrangement, neurons and glial resembled a thick forest, a seemingly impenetrable terrain of interacting cells mediating cognition and behavior.
    Digital Access Oxford 2017
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    Susan D. Brain, Pierangelo Geppetti, editors.
    Summary: This book is designed to focus on the role of Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide (CGRP) in health and disease. This peptide, originally discovered in the 1980s as a sensory neuropeptide with cardiovascular effects, is now known to play a distinct role in the pain processing of migraine. The various chapters address the origin, localization and function of CGRP and its receptor in the peripheral nervous system, in the cardiovascular system, and in other tissues and organs. Further attention is paid to the drug discovery pathway where recent findings show the beneficial effect of small molecule antagonists of the CGRP receptors for the relief of the migraine attack and of monoclonal antibodies against CGRP or the CGRP receptor for migraine prevention.

    Intro; Preface; Contents; CGRP Discovery and Timeline; 1 Discovery of the Sensory Neuropeptide Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide; 2 Family and Structure; 3 Receptors; 4 Migraine; 5 Antagonists; 6 Antibodies; 7 Other Indications for Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide Antagonists and Antibodies; 8 Role of Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide in the Cardiovascular System; 9 The Therapeutic Potential of Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide Agonists; 10 Conclusion; References; CGRP Receptor Biology: Is There More Than One Receptor?; 1 Introduction; 2 Proteins with Affinity for Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide 2 Excitatory Receptors in Primary Sensory Neurons2.1 Receptors for ATP; 2.2 PAR Receptors; 2.3 Serotonin Receptors; 2.4 Bradykinin and Prostaglandin Receptors; 3 Excitatory Channels in Trigeminal Primary Sensory Neurons; 3.1 Sodium Channels; 3.2 TRP Channels; 4 Inhibitory Receptors and Channels in Trigeminal Primary Sensory Neurons; 4.1 Adenosine Receptors; 4.2 Serotonin 5-HT1D Receptors; 4.3 Potassium Channels; 5 Agents that Provoke Migraine Attacks and Release CGRP; 5.1 Nitric Oxide Donors; 5.2 Ethanol and TRPV1; 5.3 TRPA1 Agonists 3 Pharmacology of Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide-Responsive Receptors4 Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide Receptors in Migraine; References; The Structure of the CGRP and Related Receptors; 1 Introduction to the CGRP Receptors; 2 The Extracellular Domain of Calcitonin Receptor-Like Receptor/Receptor Activity-Modifying Protein 1; Peptide Binding; 3 The Extracellular Domain of Calcitonin Receptor-Like Receptor/Receptor Activity-Modifying Protein 1; Non-peptide Antagonist ... ; 4 The TM Domains of Calcitonin Receptor and Calcitonin Receptor-Like Receptor; 5 The C-Terminus 5.2 Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide Receptor Activation of Endosomal Signalling Pathways6 Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide-Mediated Signalling in Primary Cells; 6.1 Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide Signalling in Neuronal Cells; 6.2 Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide Signalling in Glial Cells; 6.3 Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide Signalling in Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells; 7 Conclusions; References; Pathways of CGRP Release from Primary Sensory Neurons; 1 Sources of CGRP Release; 1.1 Primary Sensory Neurons; 1.2 Intrinsic Gut Neurons; 1.3 Central Neurons; 1.4 Non-neuronal Cells 6 Receptor Component Protein7 Conclusion; References; CGRP Receptor Signalling Pathways; 1 The Discovery of the Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide Receptor; 2 Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide Receptors Mediate G Protein-Dependent Signalling; 3 Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide Receptor Component Protein; 4 Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide Receptor Internalization and Trafficking; 5 Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide Receptor Signalling Pathways in Model Cell Lines; 5.1 Activation of Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide Receptors Promotes Activation of Protein Kinases
    Digital Access Springer 2019
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    volume editors, Jeremy Allgrove, Nick J. Shaw.
    Voyages of discovery / Allgrove, J.
    Physiology of calcium, phosphate, magnesium and vitamin D / Allgrove, J.
    Physiology of bone / Grabowski, P.
    Radiology of osteogenesis imperfecta, rickets and other bony fragility states / Calder, A.D.
    Bone densitometry : current status and future perspective / Crabtree, N.; Ward K.
    A practical approach to hypocalcaemia in children / Shaw, N.J.
    Approach to the child with hypercalcaemia / Davies, J.H.
    A practical approach to vitamin D deficiency and rickets / Allgrove, J.; Shaw, N.J.
    A practical clinical approach to pediatric phosphate disorders / Imel, E.A. ; Carpenter, T.O.
    Primary osteoporosis / Arundel, P. ; Bishop, N.
    Osteoporosis in children with chronic disease / Hgler, W. ; Ward, L.
    Genetics of osteoporosis in children / van Dijk, F.S.
    A practical approach to children with recurrent fractures / Korula, S.; Titmuss, A.T.; Biggin A.; Munns, C.F.
    Miscellaneous bone disorders / Mughal, M.Z.; Padidela, R.
    Skeletal aspects of non-accidental injury / Johnson, K.; Bradshaw, K.
    Skeletal dysplasias: an overview / Offiah, A.C
    Drugs used in paediatric bone and calcium disorders / Cheung, M.S.
    Classification of disorders of bone and calcium metabolism / Allgrove J.
    Case histories / Katugampola, H. ; Saraff, V.; Kumaran, A. ; Allgrove, J.; Shaw, N.J.
    Digital Access Karger 2015
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    Juan A. Rosado, editor.
    Historical overview of store-operated Ca2+ entry
    The STIM1- Orai interaction
    The TRPCs, Orais and STIMs in ER/PM junctions
    The TRP-Na-Ca2+ exchanger coupling
    Role of TRPC channels in store-operated calcium entry
    Phospholipase A2 as a molecular determinant of store-operated calcium entry
    Extracellular calcium has multiple targets to control cell proliferation
    Regulation of platelet function by Orai, STIM and TRP
    On the roles of the Transient Receptor Potential Canonical 3 (TRPC3) channel in endothelium and macrophages: implications in atherosclerosis
    Second messenger-operated calcium entry through TRPC6
    Transient Receptor Potential Canonical 7 (TRPC7), a Calcium (Ca2+) Permeable Nonselective Cation Channel
    Calcium entry through thermosensory channels
    Calcium signalling through ligand-gated ion channels such as P2X1 receptors in the platelet and other non-excitable cells
    The calcium entry-calcium refilling coupling
    Microdomains associated to lipid rafts
    Role of scaffolding proteins in the regulation of TRPC-dependent calcium entry
    Modulation of calcium entry by mitochondria
    Modulation of calcium entry by the endo-lysosomal system
    Remodeling of calcium entry pathways in cancer.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
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    Md. Shahidul Islam, editor.
    Preface Calcium signaling: from basics to bedside Md. Shahidul Islam Measuring Ca2+ in living cells Joseph Bruton, Arthur J Cheng & Håkan Westerblad High-throughput fluorescence assays for Ion Channels and GPCRs Irina Vetter, David Carter, John Bassett, Jennifer R. Deuis, Bryan Tay, Sina Jami, Samuel D. Robinson. Imaging Native Calcium Currents in Brain Slices Karima Ait Ouares, Nadia Jaafari, Nicola Kuczewski and Marco Canepari Molecular diversity of plasma membrane Ca2+ transporting ATPases: their function under normal and pathological conditions. Luca Hegedűs, Boglárka Zámbó, Katalin Pászty, Rita Padányi, Karolina Varga, John T. Penniston, Ágnes Enyedi A role for SERCA pumps in the neurobiology of neuropsychiatric and neurodegenerative disorders Aikaterini Britzolaki, Joseph Saurine, Benjamin Klocke, Pothitos M. Pitychoutis Cytoplasmic Calcium Buffering: An Integrative Crosstalk Juan A. Gilabert An update on calcium binding proteins Jacobo Elíes, Matilde Yáñez, Thiago M.C. Pereira, José Gil-Longo, David A. MacDougall & Manuel Campos-Toimil Phospholipase C Colin A. Bill and Charlotte M. Vines New insights in the IP3 receptor and its regulation Jan B. PARYS & Tim VERVLIET Expression of the inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate receptor and the ryanodine receptor Ca2+-release channels in the beta-cells and alpha- cells of the human islets of Langerhans Fabian Nordenskjöld, Björn Andersson, Md. Shahidul Islam. Evolution of Excitation-Contraction Coupling John J. Mackrill and Holly A. Shiels Molecular Insights into Calcium Dependent Regulation of Ryanodine Receptor Calcium Release Channels Naohiro Yamaguchi Sarco-endoplasmic reticulum calcium release model based on changes in the luminal calcium content visualized from the luminal side Agustín Guerrero-Hernández, Víctor Hugo Sánchez-Vázquez, Ericka Martínez-Martínez, Lizeth Sandoval-Vázquez, Norma C. Perez-Rosas, Rodrigo Lopez-Farias, Adan Dagnino-Acosta Pyridine Nucleotide Metabolites and Calcium Release from Intracellular Stores Antony Galione and Kai-Ting Chuang Calcium Signaling in the Heart Derek A. Terrar Molecular basis and regulation of store-operated calcium entry Jose J Lopez, Isaac Jardin, Letizia Albarrán, Jose Sanchez-Collado, Carlos Cantonero, Gines M Salido, Tarik Smani and Juan A. Rosado Structure and activation mechanisms of CRAC channels Carmen Butorac, Adéla Krizova, Isabella Derler Canonical Transient Potential Receptor-3 Channels in Normal and Diseased Airway Smooth Muscle Cells Yong-Xiao Wang, Lan Wang, and Yun-Min Zheng Pathophysiological significance of store-operated calcium entry in cardiovascular and skeletal muscle disorders and angiogenesis Javier Avila-Medina, Isabel Mayoral-Sanchez, Isabel Galeano-Otero, Pedro C. Redondo, Juan A. Rosado, Tarik Smani Calcium signalling and the regulation of chemosensitivity in cancer cells: role of the Transient Receptor Potential channels. Giorgio Santoni, Maria Beatrice Morelli, Oliviero Marinelli, Massimo Nabissi, Matteo Santoni, Consuelo Amantini. Targeting Transient Receptor Potential Channels by microRNAs drives tumor development and progression. Giorgio Santoni, Maria Beatrice Morelli, Matteo Santoni, Massimo Nabissi, Oliviero Marinelli and Consuelo Amantini Calcium channels and Calcium-regulated channels in human red blood cells Lars Kaestner, Anna Bogdanova, Stephane Egee Regulation of multifunctional calcium/calmodulin stimulated protein kinases by molecular targeting Kathryn Anne Skelding and John A. P. Rostas Widespread roles of CaMK-II in Developmental Pathways Sarah C. Rothschild and Robert M. Tombes Readily releasable stores of calcium in neuronal endolysosomes: Physiological and pathophysiological relevance Koffi L. Lakpa, Peter Halcrow, Xuesong Chen and Jonathan D. Geiger At the crossing of ER stress and MAMs: A key role of Sigma-1 receptor? Benjamin Delprat, Lucie Crouzier, Tsung-Ping Su, and Tangui Maurice ER-mitochondria calcium transfer, organelle contacts and neurodegenerative diseases. Francesca Vallese, Lucia Barazzuol, Lorenzo Maso, Marisa Brini and Tito Calì The Role of Mitochondrial Calcium Signaling in the Pathophysiology of Cancer Cells Andra M Sterea and Yassine El Hiani Calcium Signaling and Gene Expression Basant K. Puri Simulation Strategies for Calcium Microdomains and Calcium Noise Nicolas Wieder, Rainer H. A. Fink, Frederic von Wegner A statistical view on calcium oscillations Jake Powell, Martin Falcke, Alexander Skupin, Tomas C Bellamy, Theodore Kypraios and Rüdiger Thul Calcium Regulation of Bacterial Virulence M. King, B. Kayastha, M. J. Franklin, M.A. Patrauchan Ca2+ Signaling in Drosophila Photoreceptor Cells Olaf Voolstra and Armin Huber Calcium imaging in Drosophila melanogaster. Nicola Vajente, Rosa Norante, Paola Pizzo and Diana Pendin. Calcium imaging in the zebrafish Petronella Kettunen Stimulation-secretion coupling in the beta cells: from basic to bedside Md. Shahidul Islam Calcium dynamics and synaptic plasticity Pedro Mateos-Aparicio and Antonio Rodríguez-Moreno Calcium signaling during brain aging and its influence on the hippocampal synaptic plasticity Ashok Kumar Calcium Signaling in Endothelial Colony Forming Cells in Health and Disease Francesco Moccia Sensing Extracellular Calcium
    An Insight into the Structure and Function of the Calcium-Sensing Receptor (CaSR) Sergei Chavez-Abiega, Iris Mos, Patricia P. Centeno, Taha Elajnaf, Wolfgang Schlattl, Donald T. Ward, Joachim Goedhart, Enikö Kallay Extracellular Ca2+ in bone marrow Ryota Hashimoto Calcium in Cell-Extracellular Matrix Interactions Sandeep Gopal, Hinke A. B. Multhaupt, John R. Couchman Index.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
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    Yong-Xiao Wang, editor.
    Ryanodine and Inositol Trisphosphate Receptors/Ca2+ Release Channels in Airway Smooth Muscle Cells / Lin Mei, Yun-Min Zheng, and Yong-Xiao Wang
    Kv7 (KCNQ) Potassium Channels and L-type Calcium Channels in the Regulation of Airway Diameter / Kenneth L. Byron, Lioubov I. Brueggemann, Priyanka P. Kakad, and Jennifer M. Haick
    Transient Receptor Potential and Orai Channels in Airway Smooth Muscle Cells / Jun-Hua Xiao, Yong-Xiao Wang, and Yun-Min Zheng
    Large-conductance calcium-activated potassium channels / Hiroaki Kume
    Calcium-activated Chloride Channels / George Gallos and Charles W. Emala Sr.
    Local Calcium Signaling in Airway Smooth Muscle Cells / Quing-Hua Liu, Carlo Savoia, Yong-Xiao Wang
    Regulation of Airway Smooth Muscle Contraction by Ca2+ Signaling: Physiology Revealed by Microscopy Studies of Lung Slices / Michael J. Sanderson
    Temporal Aspects of Ca2+ Signaling in Airway Myocytes / Etienne Roux
    Mechanisms Underlying Ca2+ Store Refilling in Airway Smooth Muscle / Charlotte K. Billington, Ian P. Hall, and Carl P. Nelson
    Novel Mechanisms in Ca2+-homeostasis and Internal Store Refilling of Airway Smooth Muscle / Luke J. Janssen
    The Role of Mitochondria in Calcium Regulation in Airway Smooth Muscle / Philippe Delmotte, Li Jia, and Gary C. Sieck
    Role of Caveolae in the Airway / Christina M. Pabelick, Brij B. Singh, and Y.S. Prakash
    CD38 : Cyclic ADP-ribose-mediated Calcium Signaling in Airway Myocytes /Deepak A. Deshpande, Alonso Guedes, Mythili Dileepan, Timothy F. Walseth, and Mathur S. Kannan
    The Pathways and Signaling Cross-talk with Oxidant in Calcium Influx in Airway Smooth Muscle Cells / Lei Cai and Quinghua Hu
    Role of RhoA/Rho-kinase and Calcium Sensitivity in Airway Smooth Muscle Functions / Satoru Ito
    Role of Integrins in the Regulation of Calcium Signaling / Thai Tran and Chun Ming Teoh
    Sex Steroid Signaling in the Airway / Y.S. Prakash, Venkatachalem Sathish, and Elizabeth A. Townsend
    Regulation of Contractility in Immature Airway Smooth Muscle / Y.S. Prakash, Christina M. Pabelick, and Richard J. Martin
    Mathematical Modeling of Calcium Dynamics in Airway Smooth Muscle Cells / James Sneyd, Pengxing Cao, Xiahui Tan, and Michael J. Sanderson
    Effects of Inflammatory Cytokines on Ca2+ Homeostasis in Airway Smooth Muscle Cells / Hisako Matsumoto
    Ca2+ Signaling and P2 Receptors in Airway Smooth Muscle / Luis M. Montaño, Edgar Flores-Soto, and Carlos Barajas-López
    Calcium Signaling in Airway Smooth Muscle Remodeling / Tengyao Song, Yun-min Zheng, and Yong-Xiao Wang
    Regulation of Intracellular Calcium by Bitter Taste Receptors on Airway Smooth Muscle / Deepak A. Deshpande and Stephen B. Liggett
    Modulation of Airway Smooth Muscle Contractile Function by TNFa and IL-13 and Airway Hyper-responsiveness in Asthma / Yassine Amrani
    Airway Smooth Muscle Malfunction in COPD / Yunchao Su.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
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    State of California, Department of Health ; prepared by the staff of the Crippled Children Services Section and Center for Health Statistics.
    Digital Access Google Books 1976-
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    HV905.C2 C35
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    State of California, Dept. of Rehabilitation
    Part 1. Reference and planning information
    Part 2. Facilities inventory.
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    RD795 .C153
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    [editors] Stefano A. Bini, Stephen M. Howell, G. Daxton Steele.
    Mechanical Alignment Total Knee Arthroplasty: A Thoughtful Beginning With Unanticipated Limitations
    Phenotypes of the Knee and Limb: Rationale for Transitioning Toward Personalized Alignment in Total Knee Arthroplasty
    It Is Time to Consider a Philosophical Change From Mechanical to Kinematic Alignment
    Preoperative Evaluation of the Patient for Treatment With a Calipered Kinematically Aligned Total Knee Arthroplasty
    Calipered Kinematic Alignment Total Knee Arthroplasty Performed With Specific Manual Instrumentation, Verification Checks, and a Decision Tree
    Calipered Kinematic Alignment Using Patient-Specific Instrumentation
    Calipered Kinematic Alignment With Navigation Instrumentation
    Kinematic Alignment With Image-Based Robotic Instrumentation
    Strategies for Improving Implant Design Based on Differences in Tibiofemoral Kinematics of a Low-Conforming Total Knee Arthroplasty Implanted With Calipered Kinematic Alignment and the Native Knee
    Strategies for Improving the Prosthetic Trochlea Design Based on Differences in Trochlea Morphology Between Femoral Components Set in Kinematic and Mechanical Alignment and the Native Knee Advantages of Kinematically Aligned Total Knee Arthroplasty: A Biomechanical Perspective
    Calipered Kinematically Aligned Total Knee Arthroplasty Closely Restores the Tibial Compartment Forces of the Native Knee
    Clinical Outcome, Postoperative Alignment, and Implant Survivorship After Kinematically Aligned Total Knee Arthroplasty
    Managing Severe Deformities With Calipered Kinematic Alignment
    Kinematic Alignment Technique for Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty
    Postoperative Management
    Reducing the Risk and Methods of Managing Stiffness After Calipered Kinematically Aligned Total Knee Arthroplasty
    Reducing the Risk and Management of Early and Late Tibial Component Failure After Calipered Kinematically Aligned Total Knee Arthroplasty
    Reducing the Risk and Management of Patellofemoral Instability After Calipered Kinematically Aligned Total Knee Arthroplasty
    Retaining the Posterior Cruciate Ligament and Restoring the Prearthritic Tibial Joint Line Reduces the Risk of Early-Onset Tibiofemoral Instability After Calipered Kinematically Aligned Total Knee Arthroplasty
    Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty Using Kinematic Alignment Principles.
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    [edited by] Mary E. Norton, MD, Leslie Scoutt, Vickie A. Feldstein.
    Obstetric ultrasound examination
    Genetics and prenatal genetic testing
    Ultrasound evaluation of fetal aneuploidy in the first and second trimesters
    Ultrasound of the early first trimester
    Evaluation of fetal anatomy in the first trimester
    Fetal biometry and growth
    Ultrasound evaluation in multiple gestations
    Ultrasound evaluation of normal fetal anatomy
    Ultrasound evaluation of the fetal central nervous system
    Ultrasound evaluation of the fetal face and neck
    Fetal musculoskeletal system
    Ultrasound evaluation of the fetal thorax
    Sonographic evaluation of the fetal heart
    Ultrasound evaluation of the fetal gastrointestinal tract and abdominal wall
    Fetal genitourinary tract
    Ultrasound features of fetal syndromes
    Evaluation of hydrops fetalis
    Ultrasound evaluation of the gravid cervix
    Ultrasound evaluation of the placenta, membranes, and umbilical cord
    Amniotic fluid volume in fetal health and disease
    Antepartum fetal surveillance and the role of ultrasound
    Role of Doppler sonography in obstetrics
    Role of magnetic resonance imaging in obstetrics
    Role of sonography in fetal procedures
    Obstetric ultrasound imaging and the obese patient
    Normal anatomy of the female pelvis and transvaginal sonography
    Abnormal uterine bleeding : the role of ultrasound
    Ultrasound evaluation of the uterus
    Evaluation of pelvic pain in the reproductive age patient
    Ultrasound evaluation of the ovaries
    Ultrasound evaluation of the fallopian tube
    Sonographic imaging in infertility and assisted reproduction
    Ectopic pregnancy
    Gynecologic sonography in the pediatric and adolescent patient
    Ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging in urogynecology
    Role of magnetic resonance imaging in the evaluation of gynecologic disorders
    Role of sonography in gynecologic interventions
    Artifacts, pitfalls, and normal variants
    Appendices. Measurements frequently used to estimate gestational age and fetal biometry
    Measurements used in assessing fetal weight, growth, and body proportions
    Measurements for amniotic fluid assessment
    Fetal Doppler assessment (noncardiac)
    Doppler of the middle cerebral artery to assess fetal anemia
    Fetal cardiac measurements and Doppler assessment
    Sonographic detection of chromosomal abnormalities
    Medications and reported associated malformations
    Estimated radiation exposure to the fetus during radiographic examinations
    Magnetic resonance imaging of the female pelvis: representative protocols.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2017
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    Carl T. Bergstrom & Jevin D. West.
    Summary: "The world is awash in bullshit, and we're drowning in it. Politicians are unconstrained by facts. Science is conducted by press release. Startup culture elevates bullshit to high art. These days, calling bullshit is a noble act. Based on Carl Bergstrom and Jevin West's popular course at the University of Washington, Calling Bullshit is a modern handbook to the art of skepticism. Bergstrom, a computational biologist, and West, an information scientist, catalogue bullshit in its many forms, explaining and offering readers the tools to see through the obfuscations, deliberate and careless, that dominate every realm of our lives. They instruct readers to ask: Who is saying it? How do they know? What do they have to gain by persuading me? Are the numbers or results too good or too dramatic to be true? Is the claim comparing like with like or apples and oranges? Is it confirming your personal bias? In this lively guide to everything from misleading statistics to "fake news," Bergstrom and West help you recognize bullshit whenever and wherever you encounter it--in data, in conversation, even within yourself--and explain it to your crystal-loving aunt or casually racist uncle. Now more than ever, calling bullshit is crucial to a properly functioning community, whether it be a circle of friends, a network of academics, or the citizenry of a nation"-- Provided by publisher.

    Bullshit everywhere
    Medium, message, and misinformation
    The nature of bullshit
    Numbers and nonsense
    Selection bias
    Data visualization
    Calling bullshit on Big Data
    The susceptibility of science
    Spotting bullshit
    Refuting bullshit.
    Limited to 2 simultaneous users
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    Patti Ideran and Mark Fishbein.
    Front Cover
    Title Page
    Authors and Contributors
    Foreword Andrea Childers, RN, BSN, CPN
    Chapter 1. What Is Colic?
    Chapter 2. Is It Colic or Something Else?
    Chapter 3. Why Do Babies Cry?
    Chapter 4. Reading Cues: What Is Your Baby Saying?
    Chapter 5. Your Baby's Sensory World
    Chapter 6. Your Baby's Arousal Levels
    Chapter 7. Attachment and the Parent-Baby Relationship
    Chapter 8. A Calming Touch: Baby Massage
    Chapter 9. The Secret of Sleep --Chapter 10. Feeding Challenges and the Fussy Baby
    Chapter 11. Infantile Colic: Can Diet Help?
    Chapter 12. Understanding Your Baby's Postural Control
    Chapter 13. The Postpartum Family
    Chapter 14. Beyond Colic: Disorders in Babies Older Than 6 Months
    A CALMing Last Word
    Back Cover.
    Digital Access AAP ebooks 2021
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    Pamela G. Garn-Nunn.
    Summary: "This book is designed primarily as a text for students beginning the study of phonetics. The exercises are intended to help the student understand and learn the information. Concept questions have been added at the end of each chapter to help students master the text information"--Provided by publisher
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    Mike Slade, University of Nottingham, Graham Thornicroft, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King's College London.
    Summary: "The Camberwell Assessment of Need (CAN) is a standardised measure for assessing the needs of people experiencing severe and/or enduring mental health problems. It covers a wide range of health and social needs, and incorporates staff, service user and informal carer perspectives. The CAN was developed for use by three groups: a) mental health workers involved in planning care for people with severe mental health problems b) mental health service users in rating their own needs c) people wanting to evaluate mental health services. The first edition of the CAN was published in 1995 by the Section of Community Psychiatry (PRiSM) at what is now called the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience in London, England. The accompanying book was published in 1999 by Gaskell, the imprint of the Royal College of Psychiatrists"-- Provided by publisher.
    Digital Access Cambridge 2020
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    Kiriakos Xenitidis, Mike Slade, Graham Thornicroft, Nick Bouras.
    Summary: "The Camberwell Assessment of Need for adults with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities (CANDID) is a needs assessment scale specifically designed for people with intellectual disabilities (previously known as learning disabilities, mental retardation, mental handicap or mental impairment) and mental health problems. The CANDID was developed at what was then known as the Institute of Psychiatry, London (now the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience). It was developed by modification of the Camberwell Assessment of Need (CAN), an established needs assessment scale for people with severe and enduring mental illness (Slade 1999). The validity and reliability of the CAN and CANDID have been investigated by Phelan et al (1995) and Xenitidis et al (2000) respectively, and were found to be acceptable. The 1st edition of the CANDID book was published in 2003 by Gaskell, the imprint of the Royal College of Psychiatrists"-- Provided by publisher.

    Needs assessment in intellectual disabilities mental health services
    Development and use of the CANDID
    Using the CANDID-S
    Using the CANDID-R
    Training for the CANDID
    Guidance on rating.
    Digital Access Cambridge 2021
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    edited by Steve Sussman, University of Southern California.
    Digital Access Cambridge 2020
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    [edited by] Fanny M. Cheung, Diane F. Halpern.
    Summary: "Scientific research on the psychology of women reveals the intersectionality of women's experiences relative to those of men. There is a growing knowledge base in understanding the differences and similarities between women and men, as well as the diversities among women and sexualities. Although genetic and biological characteristics define human beings conventionally as women and men, their experiences are contextualized in multiple dimensions in terms of gender, sexuality, class, age, ethnicity and other social dimensions. Beyond the biological and genetic basis of gender differences, gender intersects with culture and other social locations which affect the socialization and development of women across their life span"-- Provided by publisher.
    Digital Access Cambridge 2020
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    Call Number
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    Call number varies. Search for Cambridge studies in population, economy, and society in past time to find individual volumes of this title.
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    Bernard Faye, Mohammed Bengoumi.
    Summary: "This work brings together a wealth of data regarding the reference values and factors of variation in biochemical parameters used by camel veterinarians and scientists to determine these animals' nutritional and clinical status. It also explores several technical aspects involved in determining these parameters, sampling procedures, and essential elements in the interpretation of the results. Though many texts are available on small and large ruminants, much less is known about species confined to the marginal zones of tropical and Mediterranean countries, such as camels. This book addresses precisely this research gap, on the one hand by presenting an extensive review of the literature, and on the other by synthesizing the outcomes of the authors' numerous previous works. In veterinary medicine, blood tests to help diagnose diseases in cattle were first proposed nearly a century ago, but were mainly developed in the 1960s, initially at specialized research or veterinary services laboratories, and eventually, with the advent of new equipment and the miniaturization of the analyzers, finding their way into veterinarians' cabinets. Beyond their diagnostic value, veterinary surgeons and zootechnicians also speculated on the potential use of blood tests to evaluate animals' nutritional status. Thus, a whole range of analyses are now proposed to the stakeholders responsible for animal health. Such analyses could help to define a metabolic profile, which would offer a valuable decision-making tool for experts and researchers alike."-- Provided by publisher.

    Energetic parameters
    Nitrogen and protein parameters
    Clinical enzymology
    Macro-minerals and electrolytes
    Trace elements.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
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    Cameron, Andrew M.; Cameron, John L.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2023
    (14th ed.)
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    RD49 .C976
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    edited by Manuela Zaccolo.
    Simultaneous assessment of cAMP signaling events in different cellular compartments using FRET-based reporters / Alex Burdyga and Konstantinos Lefkimmiatis
    Recording intracellular cAMP levels with EPAC-based FRET sensors by fluorescence lifetime imaging / Marcel Raspe, Jeffrey Klarenbeek, and Kees Jalink
    Novel approach combining real-time imaging and the patch-clamp technique to calibrate FRET-based reporters for cAMP in their cellular microenvironment / Andreas Koschinski and Manuela Zaccolo
    Structure-based, in silico approaches for the development of novel cAMP FRET reporters / Matías Machado and Sergio Pantano
    Automated image analysis of FRET signals for subcellular cAMP quantification / Silas J. Leavesley [and others]
    Channel-based reporters for cAMP detection / Thomas C. Rich [and others]
    Imaging sub-plasma membrane cAMP dynamics with fluorescent translocation reporters / Anders Tengholm and Olof Idevall-Hagren
    Adenoviral transduction of FRET-based biosensors for cAMP in primary adult mouse cardiomyocytes / Oliver Lomas [and others]
    Generation of transgenic mice expressing FRET biosensors / Daniela Hübscher and Viacheslav O. Nikolaev
    Photoactivatable adenylyl cyclases (PACs) as a tool to study cAMP signaling in vivo : an overview / Marina Efetova and Martin Schwärzel
    Selective disruption of the AKAP signaling complexes / Eileen J. Kennedy and John D. Scott
    Screening for small molecule disruptors of AKAP-PKA interactions / Carolin Schächterle [and others]
    Structure-based bacteriophage screening for AKAP- selective PKA regulatory subunit variants / Ryan Walker-Gray and Matthew G. Gold
    Yeast-based high-throughput screen for modulators of phosphodiesterase activity / Ana Santos de Medeiros and Charles S. Hoffman
    Separation of PKA and PKG signaling nodes by chemical proteomics / Eleonora Corradini, Albert J.R. Heck, and Arjen Scholten
    Development of computational models of cAMP signaling / Susana R. Neves-Zaph and Roy S. Song.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
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    S. Terry Canale, James H. Beaty, Frederick M. Azar.
    Summary: Ideal for orthopaedic surgeons who need a practical resource covering the top procedures in the field, Campbell's Core Orthopaedic Procedures utilizes a succinct format that focuses solely on the surgical techniques critical in helping achieve optimal patient outcomes. Featuring step-by-step procedures used at the Campbell Clinic, this new resource offers practical, concise solutions for every patient scenario.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2016
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    [edited by] Frederick M. Azar, S. Terry Canale, James H. Beaty.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2020
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    editor-in-chief, Alan W. Partin ; editors, Roger R. Dmochowski, Louis R. Kavoussi, Craig A. Peters.
    Summary: "Continuing in a great tradition of publishers, editors, and authors, we proudly present to you, our readers, the twelfth edition of the "Bible of Urology"-- Campbell-Walsh-Wein Urology . Started in 1954 as Campbell's Urology and retitled Campbell-Walsh Urology in 2012, the present editors felt it was appropriate to honor Alan J. Wein, MD, PhD (Hon) for his many years of dedication to this text by adding his name to the previous chief editors. During his time as chief editor, Dr. Wein was responsible for keeping the textbook in pace with a rapidly growing field in medicine--for this diligence and dedication we are grateful. As with previous editions, the twelfth edition presents many exciting advances in our use and understanding of technology, physiology, pharmacology, epidemiology, and pathophysiology while maintaining our basic classical urological knowledge"--Preface.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2021
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    Mikel San-Julian.
    History of surgery for limb bone tumors
    Non-Surgical Treatment Of Pediatric Bone Sarcomas
    Molecular Biology of Pediatric Bone Sarcomas
    Limb Salvage in Skeletally Immature Patients with Extremity Sarcoma
    Location of Sarcomas Within Bone: The Growth Plate
    A Histological Study of the Barrier Effect of the Physis Against Metaphyseal Osteosarcoma
    Growth Plate Involvement in Malignant Bone Tumours: Relationship Between Imaging Methods and Histological Findings
    Consequences of Delayed Diagnosis
    Imaging-Based Indications for Resection with Epiphyseal Preservation
    Conservation of the Epiphysis While Removing Metaphyseal Bone Tumors: Epiphysiolysis Before Excision
    Complications of the technique and solutions
    Clinical Results
    Other Techniques for Epiphyseal Preservation
    Worldwide Experience with the Cañadell Technique
    Questions and Answers.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
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    Frederick F. Becker, editor.

    v. 1. Etiology : chemical and physical carcinogenesis.
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    Stored offsite. Please request print.
    RC261 .C264
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    Carolyn Compton.
    Summary: This comprehensive, ground-breaking title presents, in simplifying style, the driving and organizing principles of cancer, making this multidimensional, highly complex disease easily understandable for readers. Developed out of the renowned author's many years of teaching a widely popular, several-hundred-student college course, this 12-chapter book begins with an account of the history of cancer as a medical and public health problem, as well as the major milestones and setbacks in the ongoing quest to understand the wide variety of cancers that continue to impact the world. Subsequent chapters then address pathogenesis, incidence and mortality statistics, risk factors, causal factors, screening challenges and victories, treatment strategies, and disease prevention approaches. This wealth of clinical information is further supplemented with socioeconomic discussions on the financial, social, ethical, technological, regulatory, political, and logistical challenges that limit progress in cancer research. A soon to be gold-standard text that thoroughly and expertly describes cancer as a composite, adaptive system, Cancer: The Enemy from Within equips and empowers all undergraduate students and graduate students to better understand this continually perplexing disease. Clinicians across all disciplines may also find this work of great interest.

    Chapter 1. The Nature and Origins of Cancer
    Chapter 2. Cancer Initiation, Promotion and Progression and the Acquisition of Key Behavioral Traits
    Chapter 3. Understanding the Hallmark Characteristics of Cancer
    Chapter 4. A Short History of Cancer
    How Did We Get Here?
    Chapter 5. Who Gets Cancer and Why? What Are the Consequences for Human Life and .-Longevity? How Can We Intervene? How Can We Track Progress?
    Chapter 6. Screening for Cancer: Find It Early; Treat It Early; Save Lives
    Chapter 7. Fundamentals of Cancer Diagnosis and Assessment
    Chapter 8. Local Therapy for Cancer
    Chapter 9. Systemic Therapy for Cancer
    Chapter 10. Palliative Care, Hospice, and End of Life
    Chapter 11. Development of New Cancer Therapies
    Chapter 12. Cancer and Society.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
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    Yacov Reisman, Woet L. Gianotten, editors.
    1. Introduction
    2. Awareness and paying attention
    3. The value of paying attention
    4. Relevant aspects of sexuality
    5. The various levels of impact
    6. A comprehensive guideline on sexual care in case of cancer
    7. Training in oncosexology
    8. Sexual consequences of the various process phases
    9. Psychosexual consequences of cancer diagnosis
    10. Sexual consequences of pelvic radiotherapy
    11. Sexual consequences of chemotherapy
    12. The sexual consequences of cancer surgery
    13. Sexual consequences of cancer medication and cancer-related medication
    14. Sexual aspects of specific cancers
    15. Breast cancer and sexuality
    16. Sexual function after gynaecological cancer
    17. Prostate cancer
    18. Sexual problems related to bladder cancer
    19. Sexual consequences to testicular cancer
    20. Penile cancer and sexuality
    21 Colorectal and anal cancer
    22. Blood and lymph node cancer
    23. Sexual consequences of head and neck cancer
    24. "Dealing with"
    25. Couple sexual rehabilitation
    26. Male sexual rehabilitation after pelvic cancer
    27. Sexual rehabilitation after gyneacological cancers
    28. Sexual tools and toys in oncosexology
    29. Special groups
    30. The partner
    31. The impact of cancer treatment on sexuality and relationships for the teenage and young adult cancer survivors
    32. Sexuality and cancer in the aged/aging population
    33. Homosexual men and women, cancer, and the health care system
    34. Sexuality and intimacy at the end of life.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
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    Syed Wamique Yusuf, Jose Banchs, editors.
    Summary: The atlas provides a clear, concise, yet comprehensive review of common cardiovascular diseases occurring in patients with cancer. Cancer and cardiovascular disease are the two most common conditions worldwide. In clinical practice we frequently encounter patients who have established cardiovascular disease and subsequently develop cancer or are survivors of cancer with subsequent cardiovascular complications related to chemotherapy and or radiation. Most of the chapters are case based, followed by images and a discussion on current (evidence based, wherever available) investigations and treatment outline.

    Chemotherapy induced Cardiomyopathy
    Hypertension associated with chemotherapeutic agents
    Pericardial disease
    Radiation and Heart
    Management of Coronary Artery disease in patients with Cancer
    Management of Valvular heart disease in patients with Cancer
    Peripheral arterial disease in patients with Cancer
    Cardiac tumors
    Common Cardiac arrhythmias in patients with cancer.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
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    Bogda Koczwara, editor.
    1. What is comorbidity?
    2. How do we measure comorbidity?
    3. Cancer, chronic conditions and social disadvantage--the perfect storm
    4. Impact of comorbidity on cancer screening and diagnosis
    5. Impact of comorbidity on treatment decision making and outcomes
    6. The impact of cancer and chronic conditions on caregivers and family members
    7. Prevention of chronic conditions and cancer
    8. Chronic condition management models for cancer care and survivorship
    9. The mamangement of polypharmacy in people with cancer and chronic conditions
    10. Breaking the silos: integrated care for cancer and chronic conditions
    11. Advocacy in cancer and chronic conditions--challenges and opportunities
    12. Research considerations in patients with cancer and comorbidity
    13. The cost of cure: chronic conditions in survivors of child, adolescent, and young adult cancers
    14. Chronic conditions and cancer in older adults
    15. Chronic conditions and cancer at the end of life.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
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    Edmund S. Sabanegh, Jr., editor.
    1. Demographics of cancer in the reproductive age male
    2. Demographics of cancer in the reproductive age female
    3. Physiology of spermatogenesis: opportunities for disruption
    4. Fertility assessment in the male
    5. Fertility assessment in the female
    6. Fertility conditions associated with cancer development
    7. Chemotherapy and fertility
    8. Radiation therapy and fertility
    9. Sperm banking for cancer patients --10.Fertility preservation strategies in the male cancer patient
    11. Fertility preservation in the female cancer patient
    12. Cancer treatment in pregnancy
    13. Surgical approaches for sperm harvest in the azoospermic cancer patient
    14. Stem cells and fertility
    15. The role of assisted reproduction in the cancer patient
    16. Third party reproduction
    Digital Access Springer 2016
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    edited by Dr. Yusuke Hiraku, Dr. Shosuke Kawanishi, Dr. Hiroshi Ohshima.
    Infection, inflammation, and cancer: overview / Hiroshi Ohshima, Noriyuki Miyoshi, and Susumu Tomono
    Stem cell theory and inflammation-related cancer / Toshihiko Tanno and William Matsui
    Epithelial-mesenchymal transition: a link between cancer and inflammation / Jonas Fuxe and Mikael C.I. Karlsson
    Role of nitrative DNA damage in inflammation-related carcinogenesis / Yusuke Hiraku and Shosuke Kawanishi
    Lipid peroxidation-derived DNA adducts and the role in inflammation-related carcinogenesis / Helmut Bartsch and Urmila Jagadeesan Nair
    Level of inflammation-related DNA adducts in human tissues / Tomonari Matsuda, Pei-Hsin Chou, and Haruhiko Sugimura
    Toll-like receptors: role in inflammation and cancer / Sarang Tartey and Osamu Takeuchi
    Inflammasomes and inflammation / Kaiwen W. Chen, Ayanthi A. Richards, Alina Zamoshnikova, and Kate Schroder
    Activation-induced cytidine deaminase: an intrinsic genome modulator in inflammation-associated cancer development / Hiroyuki Marusawa and Tsutomu Chiba
    MicroRNA and inflammation-related cancer / Zhaojian Gong, Zhaoyang Zeng, Pranab Behari Mazumder, Jian Ma, Ming Zhou, Xiayu Li, Xiaoling Li, Wei Xiong, Yong Li, and Guiyuan Li
    Inflammation as a niche for tumor progression / Futoshi Okada
    Human papillomavirus and cervical cancer / Kurt J. Sales
    Hepatitis viruses and hepatocellular carcinoma / Wai-Kay Seto, Ching-Lung Lai, and Man-Fung Yuen
    Epstein-Barr virus and nasopharyngeal carcinoma / Xiaoying Zhou, Xue Xiao, Fu Chen, Tingting Huang, and Zhe Zhang
    Barrett's esophagus and esophageal cancer / Albert Roessner and Angela Poehlmann
    Asbestos-induced chronic inflammation and cancer / Andrea Napolitano, Sandro Jube, Giovanni Gaudino, Harvey I. Pass, Michele Carbone, and Haining Yang
    Nanomaterials / Yiqun Mo, Rong Wan, David J. Tollerud, and Qunwei Zhang
    Inflammatory pathways of radiation-induced tissue injury / Danae A. Laskaratouu, Ifigeneia V. Mavragani, and Alexandros G. Georgakilas
    Photocarcinogenesis and inflammation / Chikako Nishigori
    Chemoprevention of colorectal cancer by anti-inflammatory agents / Michihiro Mutoh, Mami Takahasi, and Keiji Wakabayashi
    Nutraceuticals and colon cancer prevention / Deepak Poudyal and Lorne J. Hofseth
    Cancer chemoprevention by targeting cox-2 using dietary phytochemicals / Kyung-Soo Chun and Young-Joon Surh
    Regulation of inflammation-associated intestinal diseases with phytochemicals / Akira Murakami.
    Digital Access Wiley 2014
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    Eric H. Bernicker, editor.
    Summary: While a number of books have looked at the intersection between human health in general and other topics, such as climate change or diet, this book focuses specifically on cancer as it impacts and is impacted by social justice issues. The massive explosion of research knowledge of cancer immunology and genomics is holding out great promise of therapeutic advances, yet other human actions—climate change, pollution, business decisions, advertising – are fostering health inequalities as well as increasing risks. Those involved in cancer care and research are in a unique position to let their experiences and knowledge inform the public, yet very often have not taken strong public roles when it comes to discussing issues surrounding tobacco, climate change and health risks, financial toxicity of treatments, and diet choices. Written by a multidisciplinary team of authors and for medical oncologists, cancer researchers, occupational health workers, and related medical students, residents, and fellows, this book encourages oncologists to address public health care and the societal issues associated with cancer risk. This volume discusses the overarching theme of environmental justice and oncology, focuses on business and cancer (such as clinical trials, drug development and profits, and global disparities), as well as animals and cancer. .
    Digital Access Springer 2019
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    David M. Langenau, editor.
    Part 1. Powers of the zebrafish model. Uncharted waters: zebrafish cancer models navigate a course for oncogene discovery / Craig J. Ceol and Yariv Houvras
    The toolbox for conditional zebrafish cancer models / Marie Mayrhofer and Marina Mione
    Approaches to inactivate genes in zebrafish / John M. Parant and Jing-Ruey Joanna Yeh
    Tumor suppressors in zebrafish: from TP53 to PTEN and beyond / Jeroen den Hertog
    Identifying novel cancer therapies using chemical genetics and zebrafish / Michelle Dang, Rachel Fogley, and Leonard I. Zon
    Genomic approaches to zebrafish cancer / Richard M. White
    Transcriptomic analyses in zebrafish cancer models for global gene expression and pathway discovery / Xiaoqian Huang, Ira Agrawal, Zhen Li, Weiling Zheng, Qingsong Lin, and Zhiyuan Gong
    zebrafish discoveries in cancer epigenetics / Yelena Chernyavskaya, Brandon Kent, and Kirsten C. Sadler
    Lymphatics, cancer and zebrafish / Jonathan W. Astin and Philip S. Crosier
    In vivo imaging of cancer in zebrafish / Myron S. Ignatius, Madeline Hayes, and David M. Langenau
    Imaging cancer angiogenesis and metastasis in a zebrafish embryo model / C. Tulotta, S. He, W. van der Ent, L. Chen, A. Groenewoud, H. P. Spaink, and B. E. Snaar-Jagalska
    Allograft cancer cell transplantation in zebrafish / John C. Moore and David M. Langenau
    The zebrafish xenograft platform: evolution of a novel cancer model and preclinical screening tool / Jaime Wertman, Chansey J. Veinotte, Graham Dellaire, and Jason N. Berman
    Automation of technology for cancer research / Wietske van der Ent, Wouter J. Veneman, Arwin Groenewoud, Lanpeng Chen, Claudia Tulotta, Pancras C.W. Hogendoorn, Herman. P. Spaink, and B. Ewa Snaar-Jagalska
    part 2. Cancer models in fish. zebrafish models of human leukemia: technological advances and mechanistic insights / Nicholas R. Harrison, Fabrice J.F. Laroche, Alejandro Gutierrez, and Hui Feng
    Zebrafish Rhabdomyosarcoma / Michael Phelps and Eleanor Chen
    Baiting for cancer: using the zebrafish as a model in liver and pancreatic cancer / Katie L. Hwang and Wolfram Goessling
    Focusing the spotlight on the zebrafish intestine to illuminate mechanisms of colorectal cancer / Viola H. Lobert, Dmitri Mouradov, and Joan K. Heath
    zebrafish Melanoma / Charles K. Kaufman
    Neuroblastoma and its zebrafish model / Shizhen Zhu and A. Thomas Look
    zebrafish germ cell tumors / Angelica Sanchez and James F. Amatruda
    Malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumors / Adam D. Durbin, Dong Hyuk Ki, Shuning He, and A. Thomas Look
    Xiphophorus and medaka cancer models / Manfred Schartl and Ronald B. Walter.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
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    Phuc Van Pham, editor.
    Summary: This new series, based on a bi-annual conference and its topics, represents a major contribution to the emerging science of cancer research and regenerative medicine. Each volume brings together some of the most pre-eminent scientists working on cancer biology, cancer treatment, cancer diagnosis, cancer prevention and regenerative medicine to share information on currently ongoing work which will help shape future therapies. These volumes are invaluable resources not only for already active researchers or clinicians but also for those entering these fields, plus those in industry. Cancer Biology and Advances in Treatment is a proceedings volume which reflects papers presented at the 3rd bi-annual Innovations in Regenerative Medicine and Cancer Research conference; taken with its companion volume Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cells: Biology and Engineering it provides a complete overview of the papers from that meeting of international experts.

    1. The BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes in early onset breast cancer patients
    2. Anti-cancer effect of Xao tam phan Paramignya trimera methanol root extract on human breast cancer cell line MCF-7 in 3D model
    3. A novel nonsense mutation c.374C>G in CYP21A2 gene of a Vietnamese patient with congenital adrenal hyperplasia
    4. Variation of Mitochondrial DNA HV1 AND HV2 of the Vietnamese Population
    5. Synthesis and Characterization of PLGA-PEG Thymoquinone Nanoparticles and its Cytotoxicity Effects in Tamoxifen-resistant Breast Cancer Cells
    6. Adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cells promote growth and migration of lung adenocarcinoma cancer cells
    7. Predictive potential of PD-L1, TYMS and DCC expressions in treatment outcome of colorectal carcinoma
    8. Clinical trials with cytokine-induced killer cells and CAR-T cell transplantation for non-small cell lung cancer treatment
    9. Isopanduratin A isolated from Boesenbergia pandurata reduces HepG2 hepatocellular carcinoma cell proliferation in both monolayer and three-dimensional cultures
    10. Hopea Odorata extract can efficiently kill breast cancer cells and cancer stem like cells in three-dimensional culture more than in monolayer cell culture
    11. Selective cytotoxicity of some plant extracts against hepatocellular carcinoma cells but not mesenchymal stem cells: A pilot screening.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
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    edited by Eric C. Schirmer, Jose I. de las Heras.
    Summary: Nuclear envelope (NE) defects have been linked to cancer biology since the mid-1800s, but it was not until the last few years that we have begun to understand these historical links and to realize that there are myriad ways that the NE impacts on tumorigenesis. The NE is a complex double membrane system that encloses the genome while providing structural support through the intermediate filament lamin polymer and regulating protein/ mRNA trafficking and signaling between the nucleus and cytoplasm via the nuclear pore complexes (NPCs). These functions already provide some mechanisms for NE influences on cancer biology, but work in the past few years has elucidated many others. Lamins and many recently identified NE transmembrane proteins (NETs) have been now shown to function in DNA repair, regulation of cell cycle and signaling, apoptosis, cell migration in metastasis, and nuclear architecture and morphology. This volume presents a comprehensive overview of the wide range of functions recently identified for NE proteins and their relevance in cancer biology, providing molecular mechanisms and evidence of their value as prognostic and diagnostic markers, and suggesting new avenues for the treatment of cancer. Indeed some of these recent links are already yielding promising therapies, such as the current clinical trial of selective inhibitors of the nuclear export factor exportin in certain types of leukemia, melanoma and kidney cancer.

    Part I. History and use of the nuclear envelope in cancer prognosis
    Part II. The nuclear envelope in cell cycle regulation and signaling
    Part III. Nuclear envelope regulation of the genome
    Part IV. Functions of the NPC in cancer
    Part V. The nuclear envelope in DNA damage and stress responses
    Part VI. Towards a molecular explanation of prognostic links to the nuclear envelope
    Erratum to
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    Gabriel D. Dakubo.
    Summary: The ability to measure and monitor cancer biomarkers in "body fluid biopsy" should greatly impact oncologic practice. "Biomarkers in Proximal Fluids", the third of the "Cancer Biomarkers in Body Fluids" series details cancer signatures in none or minimally circulating body fluids including saliva, sputum, bronchoalveolar lavage fluid, exhaled breath condensate, nipple aspirate fluid, gastric and pancreatic juice, stool, urine, and prostatic, peritoneal and cerebrospinal fluid. These fluids are enriched with biomarkers, especially those emanating from cells of the proximal tissue. Chapter 1 examines the global burden of cancer and the need for regional efforts at primary prevention, early detection and patient care. Chapters 2-12 address tissue-specific biomarkers in associated body fluids. The tumor interstitial fluid as a microenvironment rich in cancer biomarkers is detailed in chapter 13, while chapter 14 looks at the human body fluid microbiome and its evolving role in cancer. Commercially available assays using proximal fluids are examined at the end of the respective chapters. This book complements its predecessors and is equally useful to oncologists, cancer researchers, clinicians, medical students, nurses, diagnostic laboratory and pharmaceutical industry personnel.

    1. Melanoma Biomarkers in Exfoliated Cells
    2. Head and Neck Cancer Biomarkers in Saliva
    3. Lung Cancer Biomarkers in Lung Fluids
    4. Breast Cancer Biomarkers in Breast Fluids
    5. Gastric Cancer Biomarkers in Gastric Fluid
    6. Colorectal Cancer Biomarkers in Stool
    7. Hepatobiliary Cancer Biomarkers in Bile
    8. Pancreatic Cancer Biomarkers in Pancreatic Juice
    9. Renal Cancer Biomarkers in Urine
    10. Bladder Cancer Biomarkers in Urine
    11. Prostate Cancer Biomarkers in Prostatic Fluid
    12. Testicular Cancer Biomarkers in Seminal Fluid
    13. Ovarian Cancer Biomarkers in Peritoneal Fluid
    14. Endometrial Cancer Biomarkers in Menstrual Fluid
    15. Cervical and Vulvar Cancer Biomarkers in Exfoliated Cells
    16. Brain Cancer Biomarkers in Cerebrospinal Fluid
    17. Hematologic Cancer Biomarkers in Blood
    18. The Body Fluid Microbiome and Cancer
    19. Biomarkers in Interstitial Fluids of Cancer Cells.
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    Michael Silbermann, editor.
    Medical Care in Countries in Transition
    How to Prioritize Cancer Care for Countries in Transition
    Cancer Trends and Risk Factors in Morocco
    The Magic of Dreams: Conflicts and Quandaries Within Multicultural Societies in Transition
    Modeling Integrative Oncology for the Arab Population in Northern Israel
    Cancer Care in Palestine
    Influx of Foreign Refugees to Jordan and its Overall Burden on Cancer Care
    Caring For Children With Cancer In A Country Conflicted With Massive Refugee Migration: Jordan as an Example
    Challenges and Future Trends for Cancer Care in Egypt
    Cancer Care in Lebanon, New Trends and Challenges
    Cancer Care in an economically torn country: Cyprus
    Cancer Care in a Country Undergoing Transition: Turkey. Current Challenges and Trends for the Future
    Cancer Care in Sudan: Current Situation and Challenges
    Cancer care in Countries in Transition in Africa; the case of Uganda
    Cancer Care in Pakistan
    Cancer Care in India
    Cancer Care in Afghanistan
    An overview of cancer care in societies in transition- Global perspectives: UAE Experience
    Cancer care in countries in transition: The Islamic Republic of Iran
    Cancer Care in Regions/Societies in Transition in the Gulf States: Sultanate of Oman
    Challenges and prospects in cancer care in Georgia
    Romania: Attempting to Catch up the European standards of care for cancer patients
    Recent challenges and achievements in cancer care in Latin American societies
    Caring for Refugees with Cancer: A Case for Training of US Oncology Professionals
    University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Experience caring for patients from countries undergoing political-social conflict
    Forty Years Fast Forward: Vietnamese Refugees in the United States with Comments on their Cancer Care
    The current state of cancer care in North America
    Application of genetic testing for childhood cancers in emerging countries
    Cancer Care among Immigrants to North America
    Promoting Cancer Nursing Education, Training and Research in Countries in Transition.
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    edited by John R.W. Masters and Bernhard Palsson.
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    Dhruv Kumar, editor.
    Summary: This book illustrates various aspects of cancer cell metabolism, including metabolic regulation in solid tumours vs. non-solid tumours, the molecular pathways involved in its metabolism, and the role of the tumour microenvironment in the regulation of cancer cell metabolism. It summarizes the complexity of cancer cell metabolism in terms of the switch from anaerobic to aerobic glycolysis and how mitochondrial damage promotes aerobic glycolysis in cancer cells. The respective chapters provide the latest information on the metabolic remodelling of cancer cells and elucidate the important role of the signalling pathways in reprogramming of cancer cell metabolism. In addition, the book highlights the role of autophagy in cancer cell metabolism, and how metabolic crosstalk between cancer cells and cancer-associated fibroblasts promotes cancer cell progression. In closing, it summarizes recent advancements in drug development through targeting cancer metabolism.

    Chapter 1: Cancer cell metabolism: Solid tumor vs non-solid tumor
    Chapter 2: Reprogramming of cancer cell metabolism: Warburg and Reverse Warburg hypothesis
    Chapter 3: Molecular aspects of cancer cell metabolism: Altered glycolysis and lipid metabolism
    Chapter 4: Understanding the metabolic cross-talk between cancer cells and cancer-associated fibroblasts
    Chapter 5: Metabolic cross-talk between cancer cells and tumor microenvironment
    Chapter 6: Role of autophagy in cancer cell metabolism
    Chapter 7: Role of c-Met/HGF axis in altered cancer metabolism
    Chapter 8: Recent advances in drug development targeting cancer metabolism
    Chapter 9: Clinical relevance of "Diagnostic markers" in cancer metabolism
    Chapter 10: Alterations in Metabolite-driven Gene Regulation in Cancer Metabolism
    Chapter 11: Role of Phytochemicals in Cancer Cell Metabolism Regulation.
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    edited by Martha Robles-Flores, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México D.F., México.
    Use of Biguanides to Improve Response to Chemotherapy
    Evaluating Response to Metformin/Cisplatin Combination in Cancer Cells Via Metabolic Measurement and Clonogenic Survival
    Quantifying the Autophagy-Triggering Effects of Drugs in Cell Spheroids with Live Fluorescence Microscopy
    Interdependency Between Genetic and Epigenetic Regulatory Defects in Cancer
    Experimental Strategies to Manipulate the Cellular Levels of the Multifunctional Factor CTCF
    Use of Serum-Circulating miRNA Profiling for the Identification of Breast Cancer Biomarkers
    Prostate Cancer Detection Using a Non-Invasive Method for Quantifying mi RNAs
    DNA Methylation Analysis of Steroid Hormone Receptor Genes
    Control of Oncogenic mi RNA Function by Light-Activated mi RNA Antagomirs
    Methods for the Study of Long Non-Coding RNA in Cancer Cell Signaling
    Microvesicles as Mediators of Intercellular Communication in Cancer
    In Vivo Rat Model to Study Horizontal Tumor Progression
    An In Vivo Model to Study the Effects of Tumoral Soluble Factors on the Vascular Permeability in Mice
    Use of the Tumor Repressor DEDD as a Prognostic Marker of Cancer Metastasis
    Zebrafish-Based Systems Pharmacology of Cancer Metastasis
    A Flow Cytometry-Based Assay for the Evaluation of Antibody-Dependent Cell-Mediated Cytotoxicity (ADCC) in Cancer Cells
    Gene Disruption Using Zinc Finger Nuclease Technology.
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    [edited by] Bruce A. Chabner, Dan L. Longo.
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    edited by Syed A. Abutalib, MD, Assistant Director, Hematology and Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation, Midwestern Regional Medical Center, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Zion, IL, USA, USA, Maurie Markman, MD, Senior Vice President of Clinical Affairs, National Director of Medical Oncology, Center, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Clinical Professor of Medicine, Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
    Section 1 Malignant hematology and hematopoietic cell transplantation
    Part 1 Acute lymphoblastic leukemia in adults
    Part 2 Acute myeloid leukemia in adults
    Part 3 Myelodysplastic syndromes and related disorders
    Part 4 Myeloproliferative neoplasms
    Part 5 Chronic lymphocytic and other leukemias
    Part 6 Hodgkin Lymphoma
    Part 7 Non-Hodgkin's lymphomas
    Part 8 Plasma cell neoplasms and related disorders
    Part 9 Special issues in hematology
    Part 10 Special issues in hematopoietic cell transplantation
    Section 2 Oncology
    Part 1 Central nervous system tumors
    Part 2 Head and neck cancers and thoracic malignancies
    Part 3 Breast cancer
    Part 4 Gastrointestinal oncology
    Part 5 Genitourinary oncology
    Part 6 Skin malignancies
    Part 7 Gynecological malignancies
    Part 8 Sarcomas
    Part 9 Multidisciplinary approach: consultation with surgical oncology team
    Part 10 Multidisciplinary approach: consultation with radiation oncology team
    Part 11 Hereditary cancer syndromes and genetic testing in oncology
    Part 12 Special issues in hematology and oncology.
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    edited by Marvella E. Ford and Dennis K. Watson.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2017
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    edited by Yasuhiro Matsumura, David Tarin.
    Summary: This book proposes the importance of new systems of drug design and delivery based on cancer pathophysiology in addition to cancer molecular and cellular biology. The current studies based on molecular and cellular biology while ignoring pathophysiology and pharmacology may be leading the development of antitumor drugs in the wrong direction and wasting a lot of money. Although there have been numerous reports of genetic and phenotypic changes in tumors, a large body of pathological and clinical evidence supports the conclusion that there are no pivotal changes in tumor cells that distinguish them consistently and reliably from normal dividing cells. Unlike using antibiotics against bacterial infection, therefore, anticancer agents (ACAs) need to be delivered selectively to tumor tissues and should be kept there long enough to reproduce the concentrations they reach in the Petri dish, which is a closed space where the cytocidal effects of any anticancer agents (ACAs) including molecular targeting agents are very strong. In the body, however, administered ACAs are cleared with the passage of time. Furthermore, most human cancers possess abundant stroma that hinders the penetration of drugs into the tumor microenvironment. Therefore, to overcome these difficulties, novel drug delivery systems have been designed, such as nanoparticles and ACA conjugated antibodies to stromal components and to cancer cell surface antigens. These advances are described in this book after the first section, which describes core features of the pathophysiology of the cancer microenvironment, on which these new developments are based.

    Part I Cancer pathophysiology
    1. The Cancer Stroma and its relevance to tumor survival
    2. Cancer and blood coagulation
    3. Tumor Blood Vessels as targets for cancer therapy
    4. Stromal barriers within the tumor microenvironment and obstacles to nanomedicine
    Part II Antibody drug conjugates (ADC)
    1. Recent progress in linker technology for antibody-drug conjugates: Methods for connection and release
    2. Preclinical studies of ADC therapy for solid tumors
    3. ADCs on the market and in clinical development
    Part III Hybrid techniques of active and passive targeting
    1. Micelles conjugated with a pilot molecule
    2. Liposomes conjugated with a pilot molecule
    3. Multifunctional Envelope-type Nano Devices (MEND) for cancer therapy
    Part IV Cancer stromal targeting (CAST) therapy and diagnosis
    1. Principle of CAST
    2. CAST therapy
    3. CAST diagnosis
    Part V The Current Status of Cancer Drug Delivery Systems and Future Directions
    Digital Access Springer 2019
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    Charles Bennett, Courtney Lubaczewski, Bartlett Witherspoon, editors.
    Summary: This book offers a wide-ranging description and analysis of recent developments and current trends in health policy with regard to cancer drug safety. The book opens with an overview of pharmacovigilance for cancer blockbuster drugs, covering both general considerations and efforts to develop a structured framework for the identification and reporting of adverse drug reactions (ADRs). A number of important examples of serious ADRs to hematology and oncology drugs are then reviewed, with evaluation of the lessons learned and the policy implications of the ensuing legal cases and their settlements. Further, the difficulty of reporting such blockbuster side effects in the medical literature is explored in an empirical study. Significant advances have been achieved in analytic methods for the identification of ADRs, and here there is a particular focus on the value of optimal discriminant analysis. Finally, the impacts on pharmacovigilance and drug safety of the huge fines paid under the U.S. False Claims Act relating to the defrauding of governmental programs also receive careful attention these fines are playing an important role in changing the landscape for pharmaceutical safety.

    Editors and Contributors
    1 Fluoroquinolone-Associated Disability and Other Fluoroquinolone-Associated Serious Adverse Events: Unexpected Toxicities Have Emerged in Recent Years
    1.1 Introduction
    1.1.1 FQ Adverse Event Drug Label Warnings
    1.1.2 FQ Drug Label Changes (See Table 1.1 for Levofloxacin Label Changes)
    1.1.3 FDA Reports of FQ Adverse Events
    1.1.4 November 5, 2015, FDA Advisory Committee Meeting Identifies FQAD
    1.1.5 November 5, 2015, FDA Advisory Committee Votes
    1.1.6 Boxwell FDA FQ Data Compared with Social Media FQ Reports 1.1.7 Gender
    1.1.8 Specific FQs
    1.1.9 Duration of FQAD
    1.1.10 FQAD: Reasons for Which FQ was Prescribed
    1.1.11 FQAD Specific Events
    1.1.12 Possible Mechanism of FQ Toxicities
    1.1.13 Another Possible Pathophysiologic Mechanism: Matrix Metalloproteinase Toxicity
    1.1.14 FQ-Associated Peripheral Neuropathy
    1.1.15 Levaquin Clinical Trials Completed Prior to FDA Approval in 1997
    1.1.16 2001 FDA FQ Review
    1.1.17 2003 FDA FQ Review
    1.1.18 2008 FDA Pediatric Levofloxacin Review
    1.1.19 2010 Pfizer Report
    1.1.20 2011 Levaquin Postmarketing Review 1.1.21 2013 FDA Review
    1.1.22 2014-Present Media Reports Regarding FQs
    1.1.23 2014 FDA Advisory Committee Comments
    1.1.24 2014 FDA Dear Healthcare Professional Letters
    1.1.25 2014 Citizen Petition
    1.1.26 2014 Meeting with U.S. Senate Health Committee
    1.1.27 2015 Meeting with FDA
    1.1.28 2015 FQ Case Studies
    1.1.29 2015 FDA Advisory Committee Meeting
    1.1.30 2015 FDA Listening Session
    1.1.31 2016 FQ Neuropsychiatric Study
    1.1.32 2016 FQ Label Updates
    1.1.33 2016 FDA Response to Citizen Petition
    1.1.34 2018 FQ Nature Article
    1.1.35 2019 Citizen Petition 1.1.36 2019 FQ Neuropsychiatric Toxicity Study
    1.2 Discussion
    1.3 Conclusions
    1.3.1 Recommendations
    1.3.2 Significance of This FQ Study
    1.4 REMS Request
    2 Biosimilar Epoetin in the United States: A View from the Southern Network on Adverse Reactions
    2.1 Introduction
    2.1.1 Regulatory Approval for Epoetin Biosimilar in the United States
    2.1.2 Chemistry, Manufacturing, and Controls
    2.1.3 Biological Activity
    2.1.4 Pharmacology/Toxicology
    2.1.5 Immunogenicity
    2.1.6 Clinical Pharmacology
    2.1.7 Clinical Efficacy and Safety 2.1.8 Risk Evaluation and Mitigations Strategy (REMS)
    2.1.9 Extrapolation
    2.1.10 Findings of the Oncology Drug Advisory Committee (ODAC) of the FDA
    2.1.11 Patents and Litigation
    2.1.12 Naming and Labeling
    2.1.13 Interchangeability
    2.1.14 Substitution
    2.1.15 Pharmacovigilance and Immunogenicity
    2.1.16 Lessons from the European Union (EU) Countries
    2.1.17 Lessons from Japan
    2.2 Conclusions
    3 Policing of Drug Safety Information Dissemination Under the False Claims Act
    3.1 Introduction
    3.1.1 The Settlement
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    edited by Mukesh Verma.
    Cancer epigenetics : an introduction / Rajnee Kanwal, Karishma Gupta, and Sanjay Gupta
    Community resources and technologies developed through the NIH roadmap epigenomics program / John S. Satterlee ... [et al.]
    Epigenome-wide association studies (EWAS) : past, present, and future / James M. Flanagan
    Epigenetic biomarkers in liver cancer / Krishna K. Banaudha and Mukesh Verma
    Cancer type-specific epigenetic changes : gastric cancer / Danielle Queiroz Calcagno, Marília de Arruda Cardoso Smith, and Rommel Rodriguez Burbano
    Beyond the island : epigenetic biomarkers of colorectal and prostate cancer / Andrea J. Savio and Bharati Bapat
    Prostate cancer epigenome / Swathi Chinaranagari ... [et al.]
    CpG island hypermethylation as a biomarker for the early detection of lung cancer / Yujin Kim and Duk-Hwan Kim
    Analysis of DNA methylation in pancreatic cancer : an update / Christian Pilarsky and Robert Grützmann
    Epigenetics of urothelial carcinoma / Wolfgang A. Schulz ... [et al.]
    Epigenetics of prostate cancer / Tawnya C. McKee and James V. Tricoli
    Methylation profile landscape in mesothelioma : possible implications in early detection, disease progression, and therapeutic options / Xinbo Zhang ... [et al.]
    Techniques to access histone modifications and variants in cancer / Monica Tyagi ... [et al]
    Single base resolution analysis of 5-methylcytosine and 5-hydroxymethylcytosine by RRBS and TAB-RRBS / Maria A. Hahn ... [et al.]
    Quantitative DNA methylation analysis for epigenotyping of colorectal cancer / Atsushi Kaneda and Koichi Yagi
    Histone modifications associated with cancer cell migration and invasion / Miki Hieda, Nariaki Matsuura , and Hiroshi Kimura
    Aberrant epigenetic modifications in radiation-resistant head and neck cancers / Hon-Yi Lin, Tim Hui-Ming Huang, and Michael Wing-Yan Chan
    Cancer-associated infectious agents and epigenetic regulation / Vidya Vedham and Mukesh Verma
    Toxicoepigenomics and cancer : implications for screening / Mukesh Verma
    Human papilloma virus (HPV) modulation of the HNSCC epigenome / Josena K. Stephen and Maria J. Worsham
    Epigenetic regulation of HIV, AIDS, and AIDS-related malignancies / Mukesh Verma
    Epigenetics of colorectal cancer / Wenji Yan and Mingzhou Guo
    Epigenetics in breast and prostate cancer / Yanyuan Wu, Marianna Sarkissyan, and Jaydutt V. Vadgama
    Epigenetic inhibitors / Mukesh Verma and Hirendra Nath Banerjee
    Use of epigenetic modulators as a powerful adjuvant for breast cancer therapies / Aurore Claude-Taupin ... [et al.]
    Epigenetic approaches in glioblastoma multiforme and their implication in screening and diagnosis / Gwyneth Hyman ... [et al.]
    Detection of circulatory microRNAs in prostate cancer/ Anvesha Srivastava ... [et al.]
    Identification and characterization of small-molecule inhibitors of lysine acetyltransferases / Daiqing Liao
    Epigenetic regulation in biopsychosocial pathways / Kristin Litzelman and Mukesh Verma
    Viral epigenetics / Barry I. Milavetz and Lata Balakrishnan
    P53 tumor suppression network in cancer epigenetics / Alok Mishra, Daniel J. Brat, and Mukesh Verma
    Promoter hypermethylation as a biomarker in prostate adenocarcinoma / Jong Y. Park
    Sequencing the cancer methylome / Austin Y. Shull ... [et al.]
    Global DNA methylation profiling technologies and the ovarian cancer methylome / Jessica Tang ... [et al.]
    Recent progress in the discovery of epigenetic inhibitors for the treatment of cancer / Sharad K. Verma
    At the crossroad between obesity and gastric cancer / Jone Garai ... [et al.]
    Detection of epigenetic aberrations in the development of hepatocellular carcinoma / Yujing Zhang
    Specific type epigenetic changes in cervical cancers / Shuping Zhao
    Epigenetics in head and neck cancer / Syeda Marriam Bakhtiar, Amjad Ali, and Debmalya Barh
    Epigenetic therapy for colorectal cancer / Vivek Vaish ... [et al.]
    Epigenetics of gastric cancer / Mingzhou Guo and Wenji Yan.
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    editors, Xavier Llor, Erin Wysing Hofstatter.
    Summary: "A guide and comprehensive reference for the care of patients with hereditary cancer syndromes. This book is intended to provide the essential tools needed to understand clinical cancer genetics"-- Provided by publisher.

    Critical Cancer Genetics
    Risk Assessment In The Primary Care Office : Identification Of Patients For Referral
    Principals Of Cancer Risk Assessment And Genetic Counseling
    Laboratory Methods In Cancer Genetics Testing
    Breast Cancer
    Gastrointestinal Polyposis Syndromes
    Hereditary Non-Polyposis Colorectal Cancers
    Risk Assessment And Clinical Management-- Uterine Cancer
    Risk Assessment And Clinical Management-- Ovarian Cancer
    Pancreatic Cancer Genetics
    Risk Assessment and Clinical Management-- Genito-Urinary Tract Cancer
    Genetic Predisposition To Gastric Cancer
    Endocrine Cancers
    Risk Assessment And Clinical Management-- Skin Cancer
    Risk Assessment And Clinical Management-- Pediatric And Other Cancers
    Ethical, Legal And Psychosocial Issues In Cancer Genetic Assessment And Genetic Test
    Talking To Children And Family About Hereditary Cancer Risk And Genetic Test Results
    Future Challenges And Opportunities In Clinical Cancer Genomics.
    Digital Access AccessHemOnc 2022
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    Madhumita Roy, Amitava Datta.
    Summary: The book discusses cancer and the potential use of phytochemicals as cancer therapeutics. It begins with the basics of cancer, including the definition, types, etiology and molecular mechanisms involved, before discussing the fundamentals of diagnosis, treatment and associated problems as well as remedial measures. Since cancer is not a single disease, and the mechanisms of carcinogenesis are different for different cancers, it examines the genes and proteins involved in carcinogenesis, and signal transduction pathways for each individual cancer type. Further, the book reviews the latest research on phytochemicals for cancer treatment, highlighting their anti-cancer properties, sources, structure, active biomolecules and probable mechanisms of action, and describing their biochemical properties in the context of cancer prevention and treatment.

    Intro; Foreword; Preface; Contents; About the Authors; 1 Cancer: Types and Hallmarks; 1.1 What Is Cancer?; 1.1.1 Types of Cancer; Carcinoma; Sarcoma; Leukemia; Lymphoma; Myeloma; Melanoma; Brain and Spinal Cord Tumors; 1.2 Hallmarks of Cancer; 1.2.1 Sustaining Proliferative Signaling; 1.2.2 Evading Growth Suppressors; Disruption of Contact Inhibition; 1.2.3 Resisting Cell Death; 1.2.4 Enabling Replicative Immortality; 1.2.5 Inducing Angiogenesis; 1.2.6 Activating Invasion and Metastasis; 1.2.7 Reprogramming Energy Metabolism 1.2.8 Evading Immune Destruction1.2.9 Genetic Instability and Mutation; 1.2.10 Tumor-Promoting Inflammation; 1.3 Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment; 1.3.1 Risk Factors and Causes of Cancer; 1.3.2 Symptoms; 1.3.3 Diagnosis; Biopsy; Imaging; 1.3.4 Treatment; 1.4 Conclusion; References; 2 Cancer: Genetics and Important Pathways; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Degree of Gene Mutations in Tumorigenesis; 2.3 Driver and Passenger Mutations; 2.4 Cancer-Specific Genomic Landscapes; 2.4.1 Genomic Landscape of Breast Cancer; Summary; 2.5 Genomic Landscape of Other Cancers 3.5 Classification of Phytochemicals3.5.1 Phenolics; Phenolic Acids; Tannins; Stilbenes; Coumarins; 3.5.2 Flavonoids; 3.5.3 Carotenoid; 3.5.4 Alkaloid; 3.5.5 Nitrogen-Containing Compounds; 3.5.6 Organosulfur Compounds; 3.5.7 Benefits of Dietary Phytochemicals; 3.6 Conclusion; References; 4 Drugs and Phytochemicals; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Classification of Chemotherapy Drugs; 4.2.1 Alkylating Agents; 4.2.2 Antimetabolites; 4.2.3 Antitumor Antibiotics; 4.2.4 Topoisomerase Inhibitors; 4.2.5 Mitotic Inhibitors; 4.2.6 Corticosteroids 4.3 Mode of Action of Chemotherapeutic Drugs4.4 Benefits of Plant-Derived Medicines; 4.5 Plant-Derived Anticancer Drugs; 4.6 Other Phytochemicals as Anticancer Agents; 4.7 Conclusion; References; 5 Molecular Mechanisms of Phytochemical Actions in Cancer; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Epigenetic Control; 5.2.1 Histone Modification; 5.2.2 DNA Methylation; 5.2.3 miRNAs; 5.3 Keap1-Nrf2 Pathway; 5.4 Oxidative Stress; 5.5 Inflammation; 5.6 Roles of Dietary Phytochemicals in Oxidative Stress; 5.6.1 Phytochemicals and Oxidative Stress; Phenolic Phytochemicals and Oxidative Stress
    Digital Access Springer 2019
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    edited by Graham Dellaire, Jason N. Berman, Robert J. Arceci.
    Summary: Cancer Genomics addresses how recent technological advances in genomics are shaping how we diagnose and treat cancer. Built on the historical context of cancer genetics over the past 30 years, the book provides a snapshot of the current issues and state-of-the-art technologies used in cancer genomics. Subsequent chapters highlight how these approaches have informed our understanding of hereditary cancer syndromes and the diagnosis, treatment and outcome in a variety of adult and pediatric solid tumors and hematologic malignancies. The dramatic increase in cancer genomics research and ever-increasing availability of genomic testing are not without significant ethical issues, which are addressed in the context of the return of research results and the legal considerations underlying the commercialization of genomic discoveries. Finally, the book concludes with "Future Directions", examining the next great challenges to face the field of cancer genomics, namely the contribution of non-coding RNAs to disease pathogenesis and the interaction of the human genome with the environment. Tools such as sidebars, key concept summaries, a glossary, and acronym and abbreviation definitions make this book highly accessible to researchers from several fields associated with cancer genomics.Contributions from thought leaders provide valuable historical perspective to relate the advances in the field to current technologies and literature.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2014
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    edited by Narendra Wajapeyee.
    Genome-Wide Mapping Of RNA Pol-II Promoter Usage In Mouse Tissues By Chip-Seq
    Using Native Chromatin Immunoprecipitation To Interrogate Histone Variant Protein Deposition In Embryonic Stem Cells
    Reduced Representation Bisulfite Sequencing To Identify Global Alteration In The DNA Methylation
    A High-Throughput Microrna Expression Profiling System
    Using Pooled Mir30-Shrna Library For Cancer Lethal And Synthetic Lethal Screens
    Genome-Wide RNA Interference Screening To Identify Regulators Of Epigenetic Silencing Of A Tumor Suppressor Gene
    A Diphtheria Toxin Negative Selection In RNA Interference Screening
    Cancer Metabolism: Crosstalk Between Signaling And O-Glcnacylation
    Targeted Genome Modification Via Triple Helix Formation
    Synthesis Of Stabilized Alpha-Helical Peptides
    Arginine-Grafted Biodegradable Polymer: A Versatile Transfection Reagent For Both DNA And Sirna
    Using Laco Arrays To Monitor DNA Double-Strand Break Dynamics In Live Schizosaccharomyces Pombe Cells
    Zebrafish As A Platform To Study Tumor Progression
    Clonal Screens To Find Modifiers Of Partially Penetrant Phenotypes In C. Elegans
    Serum Profiling Using Protein Microarrays To Identify Disease Related Antigens
    Interrogation Of In Vivo Protein-Protein Interactions Using Transgenic Mouse Models And Stable Isotope Labeling
    New Biophysical Methods To Study The Membrane Activity Of Bcl-2 Proteins
    Purification Of Recombinant 2XMBP Tagged Human Proteins From Human Cells
    Computational Analysis In Cancer Exome Sequencing
    Matrix Factorization Methods For Integrative Cancer Genomics
    Computational Methods For DNA Copy-Number Analysis Of Tumors.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
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    edited by Marvella E. Ford, Nestor F. Esnaola, Judith D. Salley.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2020
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    Nima Rezaei, editor.
    Summary: Cancer Immunology is intended as an up-to-date, clinically relevant review of cancer immunology and immunotherapy. The rapid flow of studies in the field of cancer immunology during the last decade has increased our understanding of the interactions between the immune system and cancerous cells. In particular, it is now well known that such interactions result in the induction of epigenetic changes in cancerous cells and the selection of less immunogenic clones as well as alterations in immune responses. Understanding the cross-talk between nascent transformed cells and cells of the immune system has led to the development of combinatorial immunotherapeutic strategies to combat cancer. This volume is focused on interactions between cancerous cells and various components of the innate and adaptive immune system are fully described. Notably, the principal focus is very much on clinical aspects, the aim being to educate clinicians on the clinical implications of the most recent findings and novel developments in the field. This is to be hoped that this translational book will be comprehensible, cogent and of special value for researchers and clinicians who wish to extend their knowledge on cancer immunology.

    Introduction on cancer immunology and immunotherapy
    Inflammatory and innate immune cells in cancer microenvironment and progression
    Role of innate immunity in cancers and antitumor response
    Role of B cells in anti tumor response
    The role of exhaustion in tumor-induced T cell dysfunction in patients with cancer
    Regulatory T cells and Th17 cells in the immunosuppressive tumor network
    Role of cytokines in tumor immunity and immune tolerance to cancers
    Role of chemokines and chemokine receptors in cancers
    The role of Fas and Fas-ligand in cancers
    MHC class I molecules and cancer progression: Lessons learned from preclinical tumor models
    Role of plasmacytoid dendritic cells in cancer
    Cancer immunoediting: immunosurveillance, immuneequilibrium, and immune escape
    Apoptosis, autophagy and necroptosis in Cancer
    Prognostic value of innate and adaptive immunity in cancers
    Epigenetics and Micro RNAs in cancers
    Immunogenetics of cancers
    Immunodeficiencies and cancers
    Immunosenescence and cancers
    Nutrition, immunity and cancers
    Allergies and cancers
    Cancer immunology of transmissible cancers
    Systems biology and systems immunology of cancer
    Principles of immunological diagnostic tests for cancers
    Flow cytometry in cancer immunotherapy: applications, analysis, quality control and future
    Immunohistochemistry of cancers
    Immunology and immunotherapy of graft versus host disease. .
    Digital Access Springer 2015
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    Nima Rezaei, editor.
    Summary: "This book focusing on the immunopathology of cancers is published as part of the three-volume Springer series Cancer Immunology, which aims to provide an up-to-date, clinically relevant review of cancer immunology and immunotherapy. Readers will find detailed descriptions of the interactions between cancerous cells and various components of the innate and adaptive immune system. The principal focus, however, is very much on clinical aspects, the aim being to educate clinicians in the clinical implications of the latest research and novel developments in the field. In the new edition of this very well received book, first published in 2015, the original chapters have been significantly updated and additional chapters included on, for example, current knowledge on the roles of T-helper cells and NK cells in tumor immunity, the part played by oncoviruses in the development of various cancers, and the applications of fluorescent in situ hybridization, bioluminescence, and cancer molecular and functional imaging"--Publisher's description.

    Introduction on cancer immunology and immunotherapy
    Role of innate immunity in cancers and antitumor response
    Tumor-associated myeloid cells in cancer progression
    B-cells in cancer immunology: for or against cancer growth?
    The roles of CD4+ T-cells in tumor immunity
    Regulatory T-cells and Th cells in tumor microenvironment
    T-cell metabolism and its dysfunction induced by cancer
    The role of exhaustion in tumor-induced T-cell dysfunction in cancer
    The role of NK cells in cancer
    Role of plasmacytoid dendritic cells in cancer
    The CD95/CD95L signaling pathway: a role in carcinogenesis
    MHC class I molecules and cancer progression: lessons learned from preclinical mouse models
    Role of cytokines in tumor immunity and immune tolerance to cancer
    Role of chemokines and chemokine receptors in cancer
    Role of the inflammasome in cancer
    Cancer immunoediting: immunosurveillance, immune equilibrium, and immune escape
    Apoptosis and cancer
    Endoplasmic reticulum stress and autophagy in cancer
    Prognostic value of innate and adaptive immunity in cancers
    Immunogenetics of cancer
    Epigenetics and MicroRNAs in cancer
    The role of DNA methylation in cancer
    Immunosenescence, oxidative stress, and cancers
    Nutrition, immunity, and cancers
    Inborn errors of immunity and cancers
    Allergies and cancers
    Envisioning the application of systems biology in cancer immunology
    Principles of immunological diagnostic tests for cancers
    Immunohistochemistry of cancers
    Fluorescent in situ hybridization: methods and application in cancer diagnosis
    Cancer molecular and functional imaging
    Cancer imaging with radiolabeled monoclonal antibodies
    Flow cytometry in cancer immunotherapy: applications, quality assurance, and future.
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    Nima Rezaei, editor.
    Summary: This translational book describes in detail the clinical application of novel approaches in cancer immunotherapy with the aim of educating clinicians in the implications of the most recent research and new developments in the field. The scope is broad, encompassing, for example, prognostic biomarkers for personalized cancer treatment, strategies for targeting tumor immunosuppression, gene therapy, virus-based vaccines, targeting of cancer stem cells, hematopoietic stem cell transplantation, the role of T lymphocytes in cancer immunotherapy, use of monoclonal antibodies, and many more innovative approaches. Clinical immunologists, hematologists, and oncologists in particular will find the book to be of value in expanding their knowledge. ℗ℓ The book is the second in a three-volume series, Cancer Immunology, which offers an up-to-date review of cancer immunology and immunotherapy. The remaining volumes focus on the immunopathology of cancers and cancer immunotherapy for organ-specific tumors. In total the series, designed for both clinicians and researchers, includes contributions from more than 250 scientists working at leading universities and institutes from across the world.

    Frontiers in Cancer Immunotherapy
    Novel Strategy of Cancer Immunotherapy: Spiraling Up
    Novel Prognostic Biomarkers for Personalized Cancer Treatments
    Tumor Antigen and Epitope Identification for Pre-Clinical and Clinical Evaluation
    Strategies to Target Tumor Immunesuppression
    Immune Modulation of Drugs in Prevention and Treatment of Cancers
    Overcoming Immune Tolerance With Immune Checkpoint Blockade
    Gene therapy and Virus-Based Cancer Vaccines
    Cancer Stem Cells: Biology and Potential therapeutic Applications
    Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation and Lymphodepletion in Treatment of Cancers
    Combination of Chemotherapy and Cytokine Therapy in Treatment of Cancers
    T Cell Immunotherapy: From Synthetic Biology to Clinical Practice
    Role of Gamma-Delta T Lymphocytes in Cancer Immunosurveillance and Immunotherapy
    Adoptive T Cell therapy: Optimizing Chemokine Receptor-Mediated Homing of T Cells in Cancer Immunotherapy
    Cellular therapy of Cancer With B Effector Cells
    Monoclonal Antibodies for Treatment of Cancers
    Pattern Recognition Receptors in Cancers and Immunotherapy by Triggering or Targeting of Toll Like Receptors Pathway
    Recent Advances in the Use of NK Cells Against Cancer
    Dendritic Cell Vaccines for Cancer Therapy: Fundamentals and Clinical Trials
    Tumor Associated Macrophages and iNOS in Cancer Immunotherapy
    Photodynamic therapy and Anti-Tumor Immune Response
    Polarization of Tumor Milieu: Therapeutic Implications
    Immunotherapies Targeting 5T4 Oncofoetal Glycoprotein
    Immune Monitoring During Clinical Development of Anti-CTLA-4 Antibody Therapy
    PD-1 Blockade in Cancer Therapy
    New Advances in Radioimmunotherapy for the Treatment of Cancers
    Psychoneuroendocrinoimmunotherapy of Cancers
    Ethical Considerations in Cancer Immunotherapy.
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    Nima Rezaei, editor.
    Summary: This translational, clinically oriented book describes in detail novel approaches to cancer immunotherapy, current strategies to target tumor immunosuppression, and prognostic biomarkers for personalized cancer treatments. Since the first, very successful edition of the book was published in 2015, the original chapters have been significantly updated and entirely new chapters are included on, for example, cancer immunoprevention, aptamer-mediated cancer gene therapy, haploidentical bone marrow transplantation for pediatric malignancies, and nanoimmunotherapy. The book is published as part of the three-volume Springer series Cancer Immunology, which aims to provide an up-to-date, clinically relevant review of cancer immunology and immunotherapy. Other volumes in the series address the translational medicine context and cancer immunotherapy for organ-specific tumors. Cancer Immunology: Bench to Bedside Immunotherapy of Cancers will be of special value to clinical immunologists, hematologists, and oncologists.

    Frontiers in Cancer Immunotherapy
    Novel Strategy of Cancer Immunotherapy: Spiraling Up
    Novel Prognostic Biomarkers for Personalized Cancer Treatments
    Tumor Antigen and Epitope Identification for Pre-Clinical and Clinical Evaluation
    Strategies to Target Tumor Immunesuppression
    Immune Modulation of Drugs in Prevention and Treatment of Cancers
    Overcoming Immune Tolerance With Immune Checkpoint Blockade
    Gene therapy and Virus-Based Cancer Vaccines
    Cancer Stem Cells: Biology and Potential therapeutic Applications
    Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation and Lymphodepletion in Treatment of Cancers
    Combination of Chemotherapy and Cytokine Therapy in Treatment of Cancers
    T Cell Immunotherapy: From Synthetic Biology to Clinical Practice
    Role of Gamma-Delta T Lymphocytes in Cancer Immunosurveillance and Immunotherapy
    Adoptive T Cell therapy: Optimizing Chemokine Receptor-Mediated Homing of T Cells in Cancer Immunotherapy
    Cellular therapy of Cancer With B Effector Cells
    Monoclonal Antibodies for Treatment of Cancers
    Pattern Recognition Receptors in Cancers and Immunotherapy by Triggering or Targeting of Toll Like Receptors Pathway
    Recent Advances in the Use of NK Cells Against Cancer
    Dendritic Cell Vaccines for Cancer Therapy: Fundamentals and Clinical Trials
    Tumor Associated Macrophages and iNOS in Cancer Immunotherapy
    Photodynamic therapy and Anti-Tumor Immune Response
    Polarization of Tumor Milieu: Therapeutic Implications
    Immunotherapies Targeting 5T4 Oncofoetal Glycoprotein
    Immune Monitoring During Clinical Development of Anti-CTLA-4 Antibody Therapy
    PD-1 Blockade in Cancer Therapy
    New Advances in Radioimmunotherapy for the Treatment of Cancers
    Psychoneuroendocrinoimmunotherapy of Cancers
    Ethical Considerations in Cancer Immunotherapy.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
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    Nima Rezaei, editor.
    Specific Organ Tumors: General Considerations On Immunotherapy
    Vaccination Of Human Solid Tumors: Recent Progress In The Clinical Setting
    Immunotherapy For Pediatric Solid Tumors
    Immunopathology Of Hematological Cancers And Immunotherapy Of Leukemia And Multiple Myeloma
    Immunopathology Of Lymphoma And Immunotherapy Of Hodgkin's Disease And Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma
    Cancer-Testis Antigens As Targets For The Immunotherapy Of Hematological Malignancies
    Tumor Immunology And Immunotherapy Of Gastrointestinal Tract Cancers
    Immunology And Immunotherapy Of Colorectal Cancer
    Immunopathology Of Hepatobiliary Tumors And Immunotherapy Of Liver Cancers
    Immunology And Immunotherapy Of Pancreatic Tumors
    Immunology Of Cutaneous Tumors And Immunotherapy For Melanoma
    Immunopathology Of Head And Neck Tumors And Immunotherapy Of Squamous Cell Carcinoma
    Immunopathology And Immunotherapy Of Oral Cancers
    Immunopathology Of Bone And Connective Tissue Cancers And Immunotherapy Of Sarcomas
    Immunopathology Of Central Nervous System Cancers And Immunotherapy Of Brain Tumors
    Immunology And Immunotherapy Of Pulmonary Tumors
    Immunopathology Of Urinary System Cancers And Immunotherapy Of Renal And Bladder Cancers
    Immunopathology Of Cancers Of Male And Female Genitalia Organs And Immunotherapy Of Cervical And Prostate Cancer
    Immunology And Immunotherapy Of Ovarian Cancer
    Revisiting Immunology For Breast Cancer
    Immunology And Immunotherapy Of Graft Versus Host Disease.
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    edited by Nima Rezaei.
    Summary: This book explains the immunology of organ-specific malignancies and discusses novel immunotherapy strategies for their treatment. Since the first, very successful edition of the book was published in 2015, a number of entirely new chapters have been included. The range of cancers considered has accordingly been extended, with coverage of the latest immunotherapy approaches for skin cancers, ocular malignancies, endocrine malignancies, cardiac cancers, vascular cancers, and HPV-associated cancers. In addition, the original chapters have been updated to document the latest advances in immunotherapy for pediatric solid tumors, hematologic malignancies, gastrointestinal tumors, bone tumors, CNS tumors, lung cancer, genitourinary tract tumors, and breast cancer, among others. The book is published as part of the three-volume Springer series Cancer Immunology, which aims to provide an up-to-date, clinically relevant review of cancer immunology and immunotherapy. Other volumes in the series address the translational medicine context and bench to bedside immunotherapy. Cancer Immunology: Cancer Immunotherapy for Organ-Specific Tumors will be of special value to clinical immunologists, hematologists, and oncologists. .

    Specific Organ Tumors: General Considerations On Immunotherapy
    Vaccination Of Human Solid Tumors: Recent Progress In The Clinical Setting
    Immunotherapy For Pediatric Solid Tumors
    Immunopathology Of Hematological Cancers And Immunotherapy Of Leukemia And Multiple Myeloma
    Immunopathology Of Lymphoma And Immunotherapy Of Hodgkin's Disease And Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma
    Cancer-Testis Antigens As Targets For The Immunotherapy Of Hematological Malignancies
    Tumor Immunology And Immunotherapy Of Gastrointestinal Tract Cancers
    Immunology And Immunotherapy Of Colorectal Cancer
    Immunopathology Of Hepatobiliary Tumors And Immunotherapy Of Liver Cancers
    Immunology And Immunotherapy Of Pancreatic Tumors
    Immunology Of Cutaneous Tumors And Immunotherapy For Melanoma
    Immunopathology Of Head And Neck Tumors And Immunotherapy Of Squamous Cell Carcinoma
    Immunopathology And Immunotherapy Of Oral Cancers
    Immunopathology Of Bone And Connective Tissue Cancers And Immunotherapy Of Sarcomas
    Immunopathology Of Central Nervous System Cancers And Immunotherapy Of Brain Tumors
    Immunology And Immunotherapy Of Pulmonary Tumors
    Immunopathology Of Urinary System Cancers And Immunotherapy Of Renal And Bladder Cancers
    Immunopathology Of Cancers Of Male And Female Genitalia Organs And Immunotherapy Of Cervical And Prostate Cancer
    Immunology And Immunotherapy Of Ovarian Cancer
    Revisiting Immunology For Breast Cancer
    Immunology And Immunotherapy Of Graft Versus Host Disease.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
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    Priya Hays, editors.
    Summary: This book presents the clinical scope of cancer immunotherapeutic agents for solid tumors and Hematologic malignancies, elaborates on the scientific details of their modes of action, and presents the impact of these agents on oncology, patients and the broader healthcare system. At present, cancer immunotherapies fall broadly into three categories: immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICIs), adoptive T cell therapies, and cancer vaccines which have distinct mechanisms of action. Immune checkpoint inhibitors rely upon disrupting tumor antigen recognition as self by the immune system through inhibition of checkpoint molecules. Adoptive T cell therapies involve the engineering of T cells ex vivo to target and destroy tumor cells. The first part of this book will provide an overview of the discovery and mechanistic details of the technology. The second part will be devoted to elaborating on the clinical outcomes, successes and limitations for specific tumor subtypes, which includes both solid tumors and hematologic malignances for both pediatric and adult populations. As such, the book offers a valuable resource for oncologists, hematologists, and all those seeking an up-to-date overview of cancer immunotherapies.

    Development of Cancer Immunotherapies
    Engaging pattern recognition receptors in solid tumors to generate systemic anti-tumor immunity
    Allogeneic tumor antigen-specific T cells for broadly applicable adoptive cell therapy of cancer
    Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR) T Cell Therapy for Glioblastoma
    Lag3: From Bench to Bedside
    Immunotherapy in Genitourinary Malignancy: evolution in revolution or revolution in evolution
    Immune-based therapeutic interventions for Acute Myeloid Leukemia.-Off-the-shelf chimeric antigen receptor immune cells from human pluripotent stem cells
    The single-cell level perspective of the tumor microenvironment and its remodeling by CAR-T cells
    Clinical Development and Therapeutic Applications of Bispecific Antibodies for Hematological Malignancies.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
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    Cedrik Michael Britten, Sebastian Kreiter, Mustafa Diken, Hans-Georg Rammensee, editors.
    Summary: This book provides a comprehensive update on the state of the art in cancer immunology, which has rapidly evolved from a field of clinical research into an established discipline of oncology. The key recent developments in immuno-oncology are all covered, from the ever-changing immunological and regulatory frameworks to the most promising therapeutic concepts. Themes include combination therapies and personalized medicine, as well as identification of biomarkers to guide the clinical development of new approaches and to pinpoint the optimal treatment for each patient. The book acknowledges the continuing dynamic nature of the field as reflected in the development of next-generation immunotherapies that are already in clinical testing. Cancer Immunotherapy Meets Oncology is dedicated to the lifetime achievements of Christoph Huber, founder and chair of the Association for Cancer Immunotherapy (CIMT). It is also a tribute to those researchers and clinicians who are striving to develop novel diagnostics and tailored immunotherapies for the benefit of cancer patients.

    Part I. Immunological and Regulatory Framework for Immuno-oncology
    From Basic Immunology to New Therapies for Cancer Patients / Hans-Georg Rammensee
    How T Cells Single Out Tumor Cells: "And That Has Made All the Difference...: / Marit M. van Buuren, Pia Kvistborg, and Ton N.M. Schumacher
    Effects of Regulatory T Cell-Dendritic Cell Interactions on Adaptive Immune Responses / Tobias Bopp, Hans Christian Probst, Markus Radsak, Edgar Schmitt, Michael Stassen, Hansjörg Schild, and Stefan Tenzer
    Evolution of the Regulatory Landscape for Immunomodulatory Compounds and Personalized Therapeutic Cancer Vaccines / Cedrik Michael Britten, Thomas Hinz, Harpreet Singh-Jasuja, and Ulrich Kalinke
    Immunoguiding, the Final Frontier in the Immunotherapy of Cancer / Sjoerd H. van der Burg, Steffen Walter, Sylvia Janetzki, Cedrik Michael Britten, Jérôme Galon, Marij J.P. Welters, and Cécile Gouttefangeas
    Developing Cancer Immunotherapies as Drugs: Setting the Stage Through Methodological Progress / Axel Hoos
    Part II. Immunotherapies
    Reflections on Cancer Vaccines / Cornelis J.M. Melief
    Dendritic Cell-Based Cancer Vaccines / H. Westdorp, K.F. Bol, M. Coşkuntürk, G. Schreibelt, I.J.M. de Vries, and C.G. Figdor
    mRNA Vaccination and Personalized Cancer Therapy / S. Kreiter, M. Diken, and U. Sahin
    Antibody Therapy in Oncology / Martin Glennie, Özlem Türeci, and Peter W.M. Johnson
    Bispecific Antibodies for the Treatment of Cancer: The Challenges of Translation / Gundram Jung and Ludger Grosse-Hovest
    The ABCs of T Cell Receptor Gene Therapy / Dolores J. Schendel and Philip D. Greenberg
    The Express Drivers: Chimeric Antigen Receptor-Redirected T Cells Make It to the Clinic / Hinrich Abken, Winfried S. Wels, and Klaus Kühlcke
    Part III. Cancer Entities
    Immunotherapy of Malignant Melanoma / Cedrik Michael Britten, G. Schuler, and S. Grabbe
    Prostate Cancer Vaccines Generated with the Disruptive RNActive® Technology Follow the Path Paved by Sipuleucel-T and Prostvac-VF / Karl-Josef Kallen
    Recent Developments in the Active Immunotherapy of Renal Cell Cancer / Harpreet Singh-Jasuja
    Current Status of Immunotherapy in Gastroesophageal Cancer / Stefan Kasper and Martin Schuler
    Non-small Cell Lung Cancer, NSCLC / Jens-Peter Marschner, Sonia Quaratino, and Ulf Forssmann
    Towards More Specificity and Effectivity in the Antileukemia Immune Response / Udo F. Hartwig, Ralf G. Meyer, and Wolfgang Herr
    Part IV. Biomarkers
    Molecular and Metabolic Cues of the Key-Lock Paradigm Dictating Immunogenic Cell Death / Jonathan M. Pitt, Marie Vetizou, Oliver Kepp, Guido Kroemer, and Laurence Zitvogel
    Pathogenesis of Minimal Residual Disease: CTCs as Novel Biomarkers in Cancer Disease / Tobias M. Gorges and Klaus Pantel
    Genomics Meets Cancer Immunotherapy / John C. Castle, Sebastian Boegel, Thomas Bukur, Valesca Boisguerin, and Martin Loewer
    Part V. Featured Chapters
    Oncolytic Viruses / Michael D. Mühlebach and Stefan Hutzler
    Part VI. Final Remarks
    Final Words / Cedrik Michael Britten, Mustafa Diken, Sebastian Kreiter, and Hans-Georg Rammensee.
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    Archie Bleyer, Ronald Barr, Lynn Ries, Jeremy Whelan, Andrea Ferrari, editors
    Summary: This is the second edition of the only book to be devoted exclusively to the total cancer picture in adolescents and young adults (AYA), now expanded from the age range 15-29 to that of 15-39 years. For each of the diverse spectrum of cancers encountered in the AYA group, the epidemiology, natural progression, diagnostic approaches, and treatment options are described, with special emphasis on strategies for early detection and prevention. Comparison is made with management of both younger and older patients, and model programs are presented that address common diagnostic, staging, treatment, and psychosocial shortcomings in the AYA group. Detailed attention is also paid to principles and practices of care, with consideration of psychosocial and quality of life issues, social support systems, rehabilitation, late effects, insurance, and economic aspects of health care, among other topics. The authors make compelling arguments for integrated strategies that allow young adults to benefit from the combined expertise of pediatric and adult oncologists in systems that identify both the complex disease and the social issues specific to this population. The proposed models of care include relationships with other specialties that do not specifically target this age group, i.e., infectious disease, endocrinology, pulmonary medicine, nephrology, gastroenterology, thoracic and abdominal surgery, urology, otolaryngology, and neurosurgery. New patterns of communication are advocated and endorsed as essential for productive interaction involving these specialties. References are extensive and are oriented toward users in pediatric hematology-oncology medical oncology, radiation oncology, surgical oncology, gynecologic oncology, oncology nursing, psycho-oncology, social work, epidemiology, public health and health services research. The contributing authors are from the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Italy, France, Israel, Switzerland and Australia, Germany, Japan and the Netherlands. .
    Digital Access Springer 2017
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    RC279.N58 C36
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    edited by D.M. Parkin, J. Ferlay, A. Jemal, M. Borok, S.S. Manraj, G.G. N'da, F.J. Ogunbiyi, B. Liu, and F. Bray.
    Digital Access IARC 2018
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    RC279.A357 C36 2018
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    Olufunso Adebola Adedeji, editor.
    Summary: This book discusses the current state of cancer pathway as it is relevant to sub-Saharan Africa and highlights differences in epidemiology and the underlying problems with management. It outlines the current practice and opinions in all forms of cancer, also highlighting future prospects. Starting by providing background information on the epidemiology and genomic variations, the book then goes on to look at Infection-related cancers and continues to prostate GI, breast cancer and ovarian and cervical cancer. The last part of the book focuses on delivery of affordable and accessible care. Palliative services and primary and transnational research, as well as clinical trials are also discussed. Written by a team of authors based in the UK, Nigeria, South Africa and the US. this book offers an overview of the current state and challenges of cancer care in sub-Saharan Africa, and it would be valuable to policy makers, researchers, funding organisations, and can be an adjunct to standard text books for students, residents and established doctors.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
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    Humaid O. Al-Shamsi, Ibrahim H. Abu-Gheida, Faryal Iqbal, Aydah Al-Awadhi, editors.
    Summary: This is an Open Access book. This book is a must-have for healthcare providers and researchers, public health specialists and policy makers who are interested and involved in cancer care in the Arab world. The Arab world consists of 22 countries, which are members of the Arab League and spanning over 13,132,327 km2 with over 423,000,000 population. Over the past few decades, the Arab world has witnessed a swift evolution in healthcare provision. Nonetheless, Arab countries have considerable variability in economic capabilities, resource allocation, and intellectual talent that inevitably reflect on access to modern cancer care and prevention. This book is authored by experts from the Arab world who provide vital information on cancer statistics and risk factors, available clinical care pathways and infrastructure, and prevention programs in their individual countries. The chapters also address specific challenges in each country and insights into future directions to achieve optimal care with conventional and novel diagnostics and therapies to keep up with the era of precision medicine. Special topics of interest and unique to the Arab world are also discussed, such as out of the country's medical tourism for cancer care and cancer care during war and conflict. Other special chapters include: Cancer research in the Arab world, Radiation therapy in Arab World and Pediatric Oncology in the Arab World Cancer in the Arab World is the first comprehensive book that addresses cancer care in depth in all Arab countries and it is endorsed by the prestigious Emirates Oncology Society.

    1 Introduction
    2 General Oncology Care in Algeria
    3 General Oncology Care in Bahrain
    4 General Oncology Care in Egypt
    5 General Oncology Care in Iraq
    6 General Oncology Care in Jordan
    7 General Oncology Care in Kuwait
    8 General Oncology Care in Lebanon
    9 General Oncology Care in Libya
    10 General Oncology Care in Mauritania
    11 General Oncology Care in Morocco
    12 General Oncology Care in Oman
    13 General Oncology Care in Palestine
    14 General Oncology Care in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
    15 General Oncology Care in Somalia
    16 General Oncology Care in Sudan
    17 General Oncology Care in Syria
    18 General Oncology Care in Tunisia
    19 General oncology care in the UAE
    20 General Oncology Care in the Republic of Yemen
    21 General Oncology Care in Qatar, Comoros & Djibouti
    22 Breast Cancer in the Arab World
    23 Colorectal Cancer in the Arab World
    24 Palliative Care in the Arab World
    25 Cancer Research in the Arab World
    26 Pediatric Oncology in the Arab World
    27 Challenges Associated with Medical Travel for Cancer Patients in the Arab World: A Systematic Review
    28 Radiation Therapy in Arab World
    29 Cancer Care During War and Conflict.
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    Yu Rencun, Beijing Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China, Hong Hai, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
    Principles of diagnosis and therapy in traditional Chinese medicine
    Herbs and prescriptions for therapy
    Cancer prevention and treatment using TCM
    Major forms of cancer and case studies
    Diet, exercise, and health cultivation.
    Digital Access World Scientific 2017
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    Shen Hu, editor.
    Summary: Cancer metabolomics is a rapidly evolving field that aims for a comprehensive dissection of the metabolic phenotypes and functional network of metabolites in human cancers. State of the art metabolomics tools have been developed and applied to studying cancer metabolism and developing metabolic targets for improved diagnosis, prognosis and therapeutic treatment of human cancers. Chapters are written by subject experts in the field of cancer metabolomics with cross-disciplinary contributions. Coverage includes advanced metabolomics technologies and methodologies, including chemical isotope labelling liquid chromatography - mass spectrometry, capillary ion chromatography - mass spectrometry, 2-D gas chromatography - mass spectrometry, capillary electrophoresis - mass spectrometry, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, shotgun lipidomics, tracer-based metabolomics, microbial metabolomics, mass spectrometry imaging for single cell metabolomics and functional metabolomics. In addition, the book highlights new discoveries in cancer metabolism such as hypoxia inducible factor pathway, isocitrate dehydrogenase 1 mutation and oncometabolites. Finally, contributors focus on the translational applications of metabolomics in human cancers such as glioma, head and neck cancer, and gastric cancer. This new volume will be a unique reference source for cancer researchers and promote applications of metabolomics in understanding cancer metabolism.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
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    edited by Ann-Marie Broome.
    Chapter 1. Exosomes as theranostics for lung cancer
    Chapter 2. Nanotechnology approaches to improving cancer immunotherapy
    Chapter 3. Ultrasound contrast agents and delivery systems in cancer detection and therapy
    Chapter 4. Dendronized systems for the delivery of chemotherapeutics
    Chapter 5. Thermosensitive liposomes for image-guided drug delivery
    Chapter 6. Supramolecular analytical chemistry in cancer research
    Chapter 7. Gold nanoparticles for the delivery of cancer therapeutics
    Chapter 8. Single-cell proteomics for cancer immunotherapy.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2018
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    edited by Reema Zeineldin.
    Cancer nanotechnology : opportunities for prevention, diagnosis, and therapy / Reema Zeineldin and Joan Syoufjy
    Improved targeting of cancers with nanotherapeutics / Christian Foster, Andre Watson, Joseph Kaplinsky, and Nazila Kamaly
    Multifunctional liposomes / Bhawani Aryasomayajula, Giuseppina Salzano, and Vladimir P. Torchilin
    Multifunctional concentric FRET-quantum dot probes for tracking and imaging of proteolytic activity / Melissa Massey, Jia Jun Li, and W. Russ Algar
    Preparation and characterization of magnetic nano-in-microparticles for pulmonary delivery / Amber A. McBride, Dominique N. Price, and Pavan Muttil
    Multifunctionalization of gold nanoshells / Sandra W. Bishnoi and Yujen Lin
    Fabrication of photothermal stable gold nanosphere/mesoporous silica hybrid nanoparticle responsive to near-infrared light / Bei Cheng and Peisheng Xu
    Engineering well-characterized PEG-coated nanoparticles for elucidating biological barriers to drug delivery / Qi Yang and Samuel K. Lai
    Piloting your nanovehicle to overcome biological barriers / Steven M. Richards and Robert B. Campbell
    Detecting sonolysis of polyethylene glycol upon functionalizing carbon nanotubes / Ruhung Wang, Vasanth S. Murali, and Rockford Draper
    Methods for generation and detection of nonstationary vapor nanobubbles around plasmonic nanoparticles / Ekaterina Y. Lukianova-Hleb and Dmitri O. Lapotko
    Force measurements for cancer cells / Vivek Rajasekharan, Varun K.A. Sreenivasan, and Brenda Farrell
    Fractal analysis of cancer cell surface / Igor Sokolov and Maxim E. Dokukin
    Quantitative evaluation of the enhanced permeability and retention (EPR) effect / Luisa M. Russell, Charlene M. Dawidczyk, and Peter C. Searson
    Nanotechnology-based cancer vaccine / Aws Alshamsan
    Designing multicomponent nanosystems for rapid detection of circulating tumor cells / Shashwat S. Banerjee, Vrushali Khobragade, and Jayant Khandare
    Fluorescence and bioluminescence imaging of orthotopic brain tumors in mice / Emilie McKinnon, Alfred Moore, Suraj Dixit, Yun Zhu, and Ann-Marie Broome
    Ultrasensitive biosensing platform employing acetylcholinesterase and gold nanoparticles / Dingbin Liu and Xiaoyuan Chen
    Gene silencing using multifunctionalized gold nanoparticles for cancer therapy / Alexandra R. Fernandes and Pedro V. Baptista
    Generation of dose-response curves and improved IC50s for PARP inhibitor nanoformulations / Paige Baldwin, Shifalika Tangutoori, and Srinivas Sridhar
    Artificial antigen-presenting cells for immunotherapies / Alyssa L. Siefert, Tarek M. Fahmy, and Dongin Kim
    Exploiting uptake of nanoparticles by phagocytes for cancer treatment / Mee Rie Sheen and Steven Fiering
    Pulmonary delivery of magnetically targeted nano-in-microparticles / Amber A. McBride, Dominique N. Price, and Pavan Muttil
    Neutron-activatable nanoparticles for intraperitoneal radiation therapy / Derek Hargrove and Xiuling Lu
    Nanoparticle-mediated x-ray radiation enhancement for cancer therapy / Autumn D. Paro, Ilanchezhian Shanmugam, and Anne L. van de Ven
    Radiosensitizing silica nanoparticles encapsulating docetaxel for treatment of prostate cancer / Jodi Belz, Noelle Castilla-Ojo, Srinivas Sridhar, and Rajiv Kumar.
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    David Schiff, Isabel Arrillaga, Patrick Y. Wen, editors.
    Summary: "This updated edition provides clinicians from various backgrounds and levels of training the information needed to optimally diagnose and manage neurologic complications of the nervous system. Organized into seven sections, this comprehensive volume begins with an overview of diagnostic studies for neurologic complications involving the nervous system. That is followed by sections on metastatic and non-metastatic complications of cancer involving the nervous system, and the interpretation, diagnosis, and management of common neuro-oncologic symptoms. The next section reviews the neurologic complications of cancer therapy, including corticosteroids, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, targeted molecular therapies, immunotherapies, hematopoietic stem cell transplantation, and infections involving the nervous system. The final section focuses on the most important neurologic complications in cancers arising from specific organs. In addition to capturing the latest advancements in the rapidly evolving fields of oncology and cancer neurology, the goal of this resource is to lead clinicians toward prompt diagnosis and intervention in order to improve patient quality of life"--Publisher's description.

    Part I: Overview. The prevalence and impact of neurological disease in cancer
    Part II: Diagnostic studies. Imaging neurologic manifestations of oncologic disease
    Other diagnostic tools for neurological disease in cancer: EEG, EMG, and lumbar puncture
    Part III: Nervous system involvement of systemic cancers. Brain metastasis as complication of systemic cancers
    Leptomeningeal metastasis as complication of systemic cancers
    Spinal metastasis as complication of systemic cancers
    Peripheral nervous system metastases as complications of systemic cancers
    Part IV: Neurological complications of cancer. Headache as complication of cancer
    Seizures as complications in cancer
    Cerebrovascular complications of cancer
    Elevated intracranial pressure and hydrocephalus in brain tumor patients
    Cognitive dysfunction, mood disorders, and fatigue as complications of cancer
    Paraneoplastic syndromes of the nervous system as complications of cancer
    Part V: Neurological complications of cancer therapy
    Neurologic complications of radiation therapy
    Neurological complications of chemotherapy
    Neurological complications of targeted therapies
    Neurological complications of immune-based therapies
    Neurological complications of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation
    Neurologic complications of corticosteroids in cancer therapy
    Central nervous system infections in patients receiving cancer therapies
    Part VI: Neurological complications of specific malignancies. Neurological complications of primary brain tumors
    Neurological complications of lung cancer
    Neurological complications of breast cancer and its treatment
    Neurological complications of gastrointestinal cancer
    Neurologic complications of genitourinary cancer
    Neurologic complications of female reproductive tract cancers
    Neurological complications of sarcomas
    Neurological complications of head and neck cancer
    Neurological complications of malignant melanoma
    Neurological complications of leukemia
    Neurologic complications of lymphoma
    Neurologic complications of plasma cell dyscrasias
    Neurologic complications of pediatric systemic cancer
    Part VII: Neurological complications in long term cancer survivors. Neurological complications of cancer and cancer therapies in long term survivors.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
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    edited by Connie Henke Yarbro, MS, RN, FAAN, Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor, MU Sinclair School of Nursing, University of Missouri, Columbia, Columbia, Missouri, Editor, Seminars in Oncology Nursing, Destin, Florida, Debra Wujcik, PhD, RN, FAAN, AOCN, Oncology Consultant, Franklin, Tennessee, Barbara Holmes Gobel, MS, RN, AOCN, Associate Chief Nurse Executive, Director of Professional Practice and Development, Magnet Program Director, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, Illinois, Adjunct Faculty, Rush University College of Nursing, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois.
    Summary: "Cancer Nursing: Principles and Practice, Eighth Edition continues as the gold standard in oncology nursing. With contributions from the foremost experts in the field, it has remained the definitive reference on the rapidly changing science and practice of oncology nursing for more than 25 years. Completely updated and revised to reflect the latest research and developments in the care of patients with cancer, the Eighth Edition includes new chapters on the biology of cancer, sleep disorders, and palliative care across the cancer continuum.The Eighth Edition also includes significant updates to the basic science chapters to reflect recent increases in scientific knowledge, especially relating to genes and cancer. Also heavily revised are the sections devoted to the dynamics of cancer prevention, detection, and diagnosis, as well as treatment, oncologic emergencies, end of life care, and professional and legal issues for oncology nurses. In addition, it provides extensive and current information on breast cancer, including two separate chapters on early stage breast cancer and metastatic breast cancer, and careful attention to survivorship issues." [Jones & Bartlett Learning].

    pt. I: The cancer problem
    pt. II: Prevention, detection, and diagnosis
    pt. III: Treatment
    pt. IV: Cancer symptom management
    pt. V: Oncologic emergencies
    pt. VI: The care of individuals with specific cancers
    pt. VII: Dimensions of cancer survivorship
    pt. VIII: Palliative and end of life
    pt. IX: Professional issues for the cancer nurse.
    Digital Access R2Library 2018
    Limited to 1 simultaneous user
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    [edited by] Jeffrey N. Myers, MD, PhD, FACS, Oliver and Hubert Stringer Distinguished Professor in Cancer Research, Department of Head and Neck Surgery, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas, Ehab Y. N. Hanna, MD, FACS, Professor and Vice Chairman, Charles and Daneen Stiefel Chair in Cancer Research, Co-Director of Skull Base Surgery, Department of Head and Neck Surgery, Medical Director, Head and Neck Center, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Eugene N. Myers, MD, FACS, FRCS Edin (Hon), Distinguished Professor and Emeritus Chair, Department of Otolaryngology, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Professor, Department of Oral Maxillofacial Surgery, University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ; illustrations by Michael E. Leonard, CMI, FAMI, Stockton, California.
    Digital Access Ovid 2017
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    edited by Jesus E. Medina, Nilesh R. Vasan.
    1. Evidence-Based Medicine
    2. Oral Cavity
    3. Oropharynx
    4. Nasopharynx
    5. Hypopharynx
    6. Larynx
    Digital Access Springer 2016
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    [editors], Vincent T. DeVita, Jr., MD, Amy & Joseph Perella, Professor of Medicine, Yale Comprehensive Cancer Center and Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health, Yale University, School of Public Health, New Haven, Conneticut, Theodore S. Lawrence, MD, PhD, Isadore Lampe Professor and Chair, Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Steven A. Rosenberg, MD, PhD, Chief, Surgery Branch, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, Professor of Surgery, Uniformed Services, University of the Health Sciences, School of Medicine, Bethesda, Maryland, Professor of Surgery, George Washington University, School of Medicine, Washington, DC.
    Part I: Principles of oncology. The cancer genome
    Hallmarks of cancer: an organizing principle for cancer medicine
    Molecular methods in cancer
    Part II: Etiology and epidemiology of cancer. Tobacco
    Oncogenic viruses
    Chemical factors
    Physical factors
    Dietary factors
    Obesity and physical activity
    Section 2: Epidemiology of cancer. Epidemiologic methods
    Trends in United States cancer mortality
    Part III: Cancer therapeutics. Essentials of radiation therapy
    Cancer immunotherapy
    Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of anticancer drugs
    Alkylating agents
    Platinum analogs
    Topoisomerase interactive agents
    Antimicrotubule agents
    Kinase inhibitors as anticancer drugs
    Histone deacetylase inhibitors and demethylating agents
    Proteasome inhibitors
    Poly (ADP-ribose) polymerase inhibitors
    Miscellaneous chemotherapeutic agents
    Hormonal agents
    Antiangiogenesis agents
    Monoclonal antibodies
    Assessment of clinical response
    Part IV: Cancer prevention and screening. Tobacco use and the cancer patient
    Role of surgery in cancer prevention
    Cancer risk-reducing agents
    Cancer screening
    Genetic counseling
    Part V: Cancer of the skin. Cancer of the skin
    Molecular biology of cutaneous melanoma
    Cutaneous melanoma
    Genetic testing in skin cancer.
    Digital Access Ovid 2016
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    Alwin Krämer, Harald Löffler, editors.
    Summary: This book presents an up-to-date and thorough overview of cancer of unknown primary, encompassing topics ranging from epidemiology, tumor biology, and prognostic factors through to the most recent diagnostic and therapeutic advances. All aspects of management are covered, including radiological, nuclear medicine, and pathological diagnosis, site-specific therapies, platinum-based combination chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and novel targeted treatments. Clear guidance is offered on diagnosis of the tissue of origin by means of gene expression and micro-RNA analyses and its therapeutic implications. Detailed directions are also provided on the identification of subsets of patients with a more favorable prognosis, in whom specific treatment offers the chance of long-term survival or even cure. Readers will find Cancer of Unknown Primary to be an ideal source of practically oriented information that will assist in delivery of the best possible care for patients with this challenging diagnosis. .

    Introduction.- Epidemiology, risk factors and survival in CUP: pointers to disease mechanisms
    Biologic features of CUP
    Prognostic factors and their role in the management of CUP
    Diagnostic work-up of CUP
    an approach to current recommendations and underlying evidence
    The radiologist's approach to CUP
    Cancer of unknown primary: the pathologist's approach
    Treatment of disseminated CUP
    Concepts of radiotherapy in cancer of unknown primary
    Favorable subsets of CUP
    Novel Diagnostic and Therapeutic Strategies in the Management of Patients with Cancers of Unknown Primary Site
    Future directions.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
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    Francis P. Worden, MD, RPh, Professor, Division of Hematology/Oncology, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Anthony J. Perissinotti, PharmD, BCOP, Clinical Pharmacist Specialist, Inpatient Hematology, Department of Pharmacy, University of Michigan Health Services, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Bernard L .Marini, PharmD, Clinical Pharmacist Specialist, Inpatient Hematology, Department of Pharmacy, University of Michigan Health Services, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
    Microtubule inhibitors
    Alkylating agents
    Enzyme inhibitors : topoisomerase I inhibitors
    Enzyme inhibitors : topoisomerase II inhibitors
    Monoclonal antibodies
    VEGF trap
    Tyrosine kinase inhibitors
    Anti-androgen therapies
    Mammalian target of rapamycin (MTOR) inhibitors
    Histone deacetylase (HDAC) inhibitors
    Hypomethylating agents
    Proteasome inhibitors
    Immunomodulatory agents
    L-asparaginase enzymes
    Promyelocytic leukemia gene retinoic acid receptor-alpha (PMI-RARA)translocation inhibitors
    Omacetaxine (Synribo®)
    Estramustine (Emcyt®).
    Digital Access Ovid 2016
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    June M. McKoy, Dennis P. West, editors.
    Summary: Cancer Policy: Pharmaceutical Safety provides invaluable information on the interesting and compelling field of cancer drug safety. Identifying and understanding high-priority policy issues and key pharmacovigilance strategies is of paramount importance. In this volume, outstanding and original chapters provide an overview and synthesis of the latest thoughts and findings relating to drug safety in the cancer domain. Topics include natural language processing and pharmacovigilance of alternative cancer pharmaceuticals. The information presented in this volume will improve understanding of emerging strategies to identify adverse drug reactions and drug-drug interactions within the cancer setting and will highlight policies that have been instituted to improve cancer patient safety. In summary, Cancer Policy: Pharmaceutical Safety explores many of the important areas of pharmacovigilance research in oncology.

    1. Impact of cost on the safety of cancer pharmaceuticals
    2. Cancer comorbidity: implications for drug safety
    3. Pharmacovigilance of alternative medications in the cancer setting
    4. Key elements in adverse drug reactions safety signals: application of legal strategies
    5. Biosimilars: are they really safe?
    6. The drug shortage crisis in the United States: impact on cancer pharmaceutical safety
    7. Anatomy of risk evaluation and mitigation strategies (REMS)
    8. Cancer drug toxicity: moving from patient to survivor
    9. Moonshot to cancer cure: recruiting policy to break down silos.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
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    RM301 .C36 2019
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    edited by Ann M. Bode and Zigang Dong.
    Combining computational and experimental methods for identifying molecular targets of phytochemicals / Ann M. Bode and Zigang Dong
    Common methods used for the discovery of natural anticancer compounds / Min Tang ... [et al.]
    Nrf2-target approaches in cancer chemoprevention mediated by dietary phytochemicals / Francisco Fuentes ... [et al.]
    Methods to analyze chemopreventive effect of silibinin on prostate cancer biomarkers protein expression / Gagan Deep, Swetha Inturi, and Rajesh Agarwal
    Approach to the evaluation of berries for cancer prevention with emphasis on esophageal cancer / Gary D. Stoner ... [et al.]
    Use of mouse models for lung cancer chemoprevention studies / Yian Wang ... [et al.]
    Azoxymethane plus dextran sulfate sodium-induced mouse colon cancer model for the study of dietary chemoprevention of inflammation-associated carcinogenesis / Ha-Na Lee, Hye-Won Yum, and Young-Joon Surh
    Use of seahorse extracellular flux analyzer in mechanistic studies of naturally occurring cancer chemopreventive agents / Michelle B. Moura ... [et al.]
    Utilizing RNA-seq to define phytochemical-induced alterations in insulin and IGF-regulated transcriptomes / Heather Beckwith and Douglas Yee
    Ex vivo use of keratinocytes from adult mice to define stem cell activities in cancer research / Rebecca J. Morris ... [et al.]
    Quantitation of acetaldehyde-DNA adducts : biomarkers of alcohol consumption / Silvia Balbo and Stephen S. Hecht
    Imaging tools in discovery and development of phytochemical chemopreventive agents / Marna Ericson
    Designing the chemoprevention trials of tomorrow : applying lessons learned from past definitive trials / Karen Colbert Maresso and Ernest Hawk.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
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    Yuman Fong, T. Clark Gamblin, Ernest S. Han, Byrne Lee, Jonathan S. Zager, editors.
    Summary: This book is a state-of-the-art overview of cancer regional therapy (CRT) for the surgeons and interventional radiologists active in CRT development and research. The goals of this book are 1) to review the theory and practice of cancer regional therapies including pharmacology, devices, techniques, and workflow, 2) illustrate the most common procedures performed in the interventional and operating rooms, and 3) discuss data supporting use of CRT. This is meant to be a definitive text on the theory and practice of CRT. It begins with a summary of the history, technical principles that underlie regional therapy. The following parts discuss current data and practice in peritoneal, liver, limb, pleural and other sites. Included in the practice are considerations of workflow and financial issues revolving around CRT. Novel techniques and therapies under investigation are presented to inform the direction of the field. Cancer Regional Therapy summarizes the history, current technology, common procedures, and future prospects in this field and includes procedures from many surgical and interventional radiologic disciplines.

    The Basis of Regional Therapy, Pharmacology, Hyperthermia, and Drug Resistance
    Novel Biological Therapies with Direct Application to the Peritoneal Cavity
    Y-90 Radiomicrosphere Therapy: Principles and Clinical Use in Colorectal Cancer Liver Metastases
    Principles of Percutaneous Ablation in the Liver
    Regional Gene Therapy for Cancer
    Historical Perspective for Regional Peritoneal Therapy: HIPEC, EPIC and Port-based Therapy
    Rationale Behind HIPEC/Molecular and Genetic Considerations in HIPEC
    Data for HIPEC for Pseudomyxoma Peritonei/Tumors of the Appendix
    Data for HIPEC in Colorectal Cancer (T4 Lesions and Metastases)
    Role of Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy (HIPEC) in the Treatment of Peritoneal Metastasis of Gastric Cancer
    Regional Therapy for the Treatment of Ovarian Cancer: HIPEC and Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy
    Mesothelioma and Miscellaneous Disease Processes
    Anesthetic Considerations for Regional Therapies
    Post-Operative Management of Patients Undergoing Cytoreductive Surgery and Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy
    Complications of Cytoreductive Surgery and HIPEC
    Liver Resection and HIPEC
    Peritoneal Perfusion Techniques
    Operative Pearls for Cytoreduction of the Difficult Abdomen and Pelvis
    Novel Techniques and the Future of HIPEC (Immunotherapy, Viral Therapy)
    Pressurized IntraPeritoneal Aerosol Chemotherapy (PIPAC).
    Digital Access Springer 2020
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    Jennifer Baima, Ashish Khanna, editors.
    Summary: Finally, a concise pocket guide designed as a quick reference for busy clinicians who seek to improve the care they provide to cancer patients and cancer survivors. It is a comprehensive text formatted for fast access to a wide range of clinical information. This compact compendium is conveniently organized by cancer type for rapid review. It describes the many issues that cancer patients may face throughout the chronologic spectrum of care, starting from cancer diagnosis, to treatment, and survivorship. Each chapter helpfully highlights common impairments and treatment options using succinct tables, helpful illustrations and clinical peals from experts in the field. In addition, each chapter contains a clinical case and questions on the material to enhance understanding. Evidence for exercise treatment, including pertinent exercise precautions, is included, as are innovative research topics and emerging treatments. This includes dedicated chapters covering cancers of the breast; digestive organs; brain, eye, and central nervous system; urinary tract and genital organs; lip, oral cavity, and pharynx; lymphoid, hematopoietic, and related tissues; bone, articular cartilage, and soft tissues; respiratory and intrathoracic organs; skin. Thankfully, advances in cancer care such as chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery mean that more people than ever before are surviving long after their cancer diagnosis. Unfortunately, a large fraction of them live with at least one serious impairment as a consequence of their treatments that seriously impacts their ability to function and quality of life. This concise and essential guide to cancer rehabilitation will help the clinician navigate the care of this often complex population.

    Introduction: Impairment-based Cancer Rehabilitation by Type of Cancer
    Breast Cancer: Evidence along Continuum of Care-Prehab through Rehab
    Cancer of the Digestive Organs: Importance of Mobility for Motility
    Cancer of the Brain, Eye, and other Parts of the Central Nervous System: Asymmetric Weakness, Cognition, Vision
    Cancer of the Urinary Tract and Genital Organs: Female and Male
    Cancer of the Lip, Oral Cavity, and Pharynx: Disorders of Communication and Swallowing
    Cancer of the Lymphoid, Hematopietic, and Related Tissue: Infection Prevention, Exercise Precautions
    Cancer of the Bone, Articular Cartilage, Mesothelial and Soft Tissue: Limb Salvage and Amputation
    Cancer of the Respiratory and Intrathoracic Organs: Endurance
    Cancer of the Skin: Prevention Data
    Conclusion: Innovative Research.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
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    Joachim Weis, Markus Horneber.
    Summary: Cancer-related fatigue (CrF) is increasingly recognized as a significant problem for patients with cancer at all stages, including those undergoing therapy and in remission. In fact, studies have shown that CrF causes patients more distress than pain, nausea, or vomiting and yet fatigue is still often undertreated and rarely studied. However, several new treatments such as are being investigated to determine the most effective ways to manage this debilitating symptom and improve patient quality of life. Cancer-Related Fatigue will provide a concise overview of this condition, with an evidence-based discussion of diagnosis, treatment, and long-term management.

    Etiology and pathogenetic factors
    Nonpharmacological treatment of cancer-related fatigue
    Pharmacological treatment of cancer-related fatigue
    Recommendations for the management of cancer-related fatigue.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
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    Daniela Cristina Stefan, editor.
    1.Introduction: the need to conduct cancer research in developing countries
    2.Steps of a research study: from research question to publication
    3.Types of research designs
    4.Clinical research in developing countries: An overview
    5.The research protocol
    6.Ethics of conducting cancer research in developing countries
    7.Data management and statistics
    8.Funding For Cancer Research and Clinical Studies in Low and Middle-Income Countries
    9.International Collaboration in Cancer Research
    10.Publication and dissemination of research findings.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
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    Mansi Arora, Deepak Kaul.
    Summary: In the last decade, researchers working in the field of cancer biology have shifted their focus from genetic defects to epigenetic dysregulation, especially that of non-coding RNAs (ncRNAs). This book encompasses a comprehensive review of the transcriptional landscape of the cell and its involvement in the cancer pathophysiology. The first two chapters elucidate the basics of biosynthesis, mechanism of action and modulation of the epigenetic regulation of gene expression by coding as well as non-coding RNAs. The third chapter discusses the aberrant expression of the cellular RNome in the cancer cells and highlights its role in the orchestration of processes involved in evolution as well as the sustenance of cancer cells. The fourth chapter describes the recent advances in the field of translating the transcriptome into diagnostic/prognostic biomarkers and as targets for novel anti-cancer therapies. The final chapter then reviews the emerging experimental approaches to screen, identify and explore the functions of ncRNAs. Providing valuable insights into the field of RNome in the context of cancer, this book is helpful to students, researchers and clinicians.

    1. Section 1. RNome: Evolution and nature
    Chapter. 1.1. RNA world hypothesis
    Chapter. 1.2. Various classes of RNAs (coding as well non-coding), their biosynthesis and basic functions
    2. Section 2. Cellular RNome: Chromatin dynamics
    Chapter. 2.1. Chromatin modifications & transcription
    Chapter. 2.2. RNA modifications and epitranscriptomics
    Chapter. 2.3. Cellular RNome: Contribution of non-coding RNA
    3. Section 3. Cancer RNome: Evolution and Sustenance.(How is cancer RNome different from RNome of healthy cell? How does the cancer RNome regulate the evolution as well as the sustenance of cancer?)
    Chapter. 3.1. Genome instability and mutation
    Chapter. 3.2. Tumor-promoting inflammation
    Chapter. 3.3. DNA methylation addiction
    Chapter. 3.4. Oncoviruses
    Chapter. 3.5. Sustained proliferative signaling
    Chapter. 3.6. Evasion of growth suppressors
    Chapter. 3.7. Replicative immortality
    Chapter. 3.8. Resisting Cell death
    Chapter. 3.9. Invasion and metastasis
    Chapter. 3.10. Angiogenesis induction.-Chapter. 3.11. Deregulated cellular energetics/Molecular sweet tooth
    Chapter. 3.12. Tumor Immune-evasion
    Chapter. 3.13. Cancer stem cells and tumor cell plasticity
    4. Section 4. Cancer RNome: Therapeutic implications(Translational implications of the cancer RNome). Chapter. 4.1. RNAs as diagnostic/prognostic biomarkers
    Chapter. 4.2. RNAs in cancer therapy & chemo-resistance.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
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    Joseph D. Feuerstein, Adam S. Cheifetz, editors.
    Summary: This book provides a concise, yet comprehensive overview of cancer risks in patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), as well as the screening modalities used to reduce these risks. Each chapter presents a major malignancy that patients with IBD are at risk from, stemming from the disease itself or from the medications used to treat the disease. Malignancies covered include colorectal cancer, skin cancer, lymphoma, and other cancers. Cancer risk and screening with current and emerging drug therapies are also discussed. Written by experts in the field, Cancer Screening in Inflammatory Bowel Disease: A Guide to Risk Management and Techniques is a valuable resource for gastroenterologists, colorectal surgeons, and primary care physicians who treat and manage patients with inflammatory bowel disease.

    Epidemiology and Risk Factors for Colorectal Cancer in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
    Screening for Colon Cancer in Inflammatory Bowel Disease
    Skin Cancer Risk and Screening in Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease
    Female Specific Cancern Risks and Screening in Inflammatory Bowel Disease
    Lymphoma Risk and Screening in Inflammatory Bowel Disease
    Pouch Neoplasia following IPAA in Patients with Underlying Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
    Other Cancers: Small Bowel Cancers, Cholangiocarcinoma, Urinary Tract, and Anal Cancer Risk and Screening in Inflammatory Bowel Disease
    Cancer Risks and Screening with Current and Emerging Drug Therapies in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
    Preventing Colorectal Cancer in Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Diseases: Chemopreventive and Surgical Approaches
    Cancer Risk and Screening in Pediatric Patients
    Colorectal Cancer Risk and Screening in Geriatric Patients
    Use of Biologic Drugs Following an Initial Diagnosis of Malignancy.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
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    Cristina Maccalli, Matilde Todaro, Soldano Ferrone, editors.
    Summary: This book represents an updated summary of the state of the art of the characterization of cancer stem cell/cancer initiating cell (CSC/CIC) properties. Experts provide an overview of the definition and biological properties of CSCs/CICs as well as the role of these cells in determining the resistance to standard and immune-based therapies. It also discusses limitations in the achievement of a definitive biological characterization of CSCs/CICs due to their high extent of plasticity and heterogeneity that is also mutually driven by the interaction of these cells with the tumor microenvironment. The limitations in targeting CSCs/CICs with immunotherapy are also explained together with explorative combination approaches that could increase the susceptibility of these cells to the recognition by immune cells. This book is conceived for a broad audience, including students, teachers, scientific experts. The critical revision of available results in terms of immunological profile of CSCs/CICs and the efficacy in targeting these cells by immunological approaches, results in a comprehensive and up to date recapitulation of the field and provides interesting suggestions on how to focus future investigations in order to assess the role of CSCs/CICs as prognostic and predictive biomarkers of responsiveness to therapies for cancer patients.

    Cancer Stem Cells: from birth to death
    A Cancer Stem Cell Perspective on Minimal Residual Disease in Solid Malignancies
    Cancer Stem Cells in Lung Cancer: Roots of Drug Resistance and Targets for Novel Therapeutic Strategies
    Overexpression of YY1 Regulates the Resistance of Cancer Stem Cells: Targeting YY1
    Cancer Stem Cell Challenges in Melanoma Characterization and Treatment
    Harnessing the immune system to target cancer cells
    Targeting leukemia stem cells and the immunological bone marrow microenvironment
    Crosstalk Between Prostate Cancer Stem Cells and Immune Cells: Implications for Tumor Progression and Resistance to Immunotherapy
    Cancer stem cells: the players of immune evasion from immunotherapy
    Digital Access Springer 2019
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    editor, Vinagolu K. Rajasekhar.
    Oxytocin and vasopressin systems: oxytocin, vasopressin, and their interplay with gonadal steroids: essentials of cancer stem cells and conceptual modeling
    Theoretical and experimental foundations of the "cancer stem cell" model
    The hallmarks of prostate cancer stem cells
    Self-renewal, induced proliferation, and autonomous cell growth represent distinct modes of cell multiplication: relevance to the cancer stem cell theory
    Human embryonic stem cells and cancer: modeling disease in a dish
    Cancer stem cell as a result of a reprogramming-like mechanism: implications in tumor development and treatment
    A cancer stem cell model: an insight into the conversion of induced pluripotent stem cells to cancer stem-like cells
    Altruistic stem cells and cancer stem cells
    The emerging concept of EMT-induced cancer stem cells
    Models to study chronic myeloid leukemia cancer stem cells
    Cancer stem cells in melanoma: biomarkers and mathematical models
    Stem cells in liquid tumors
    Acute myeloid leukemia stem cells: updates and controversies
    Leukemia-initiating cells in acute lymphoblastic leukemia
    Stem cells in solid tumors
    Lung cancer stem cells and resistance to radiotherapy
    Prostate cancer cell heterogeneity and prostate cancer stem cells
    Glioblastoma stem cells drive tumor recurrence and patient relapse: what's the evidence?
    Stem cells and pancreatic cancer
    Melanoma subpopulations with cancer stem cell phenotypes
    Sarcoma stem cells
    Cancer stem cells in tumor metastasis perspective
    Cancer stem cells in metastasis and minimal residual disease
    Role of cancer stem cells in metastasis
    Cancer stem cells and the stromal microenvironment
    A perspective on breast cancer malignant progression: from cancer stem cell intra tumor heterogeneity to metastasis-initiating cells
    Novel and potential targets in cancer stem cells
    Targeting cancer stem cells: modulating embryonic stem cell signaling, epigenetics, and tumor metabolism
    Oct4, Oct1, and cancer stem cells
    The role of Cripto-1 in cancer and cancer stem cells
    Leptin signaling in the regulation of stem and cancer stem cells
    Tumor-initiating stem-like cells: carcinogenesis through toll-like receptors, environmental factors, and virus
    The role of epithelial cell polarity pathways on cancer stem cells
    Cancer-initiating cells, exosomes, and the premetastatic niche
    Microrna therapeutics to target brain tumor stem cells
    The riboproteome orchestrates self-renewal and cell fate in leukemia
    Clinical relevance of cancer stem cells in patients
    Targeting different states of breast cancer stem cells
    Difficulties in targeting the beating heart: therapeutic implications of the cancer stem cell hypothesis in melanoma
    Targeting cancer stem cells for overcoming drug resistance and cancer progression
    The role of cancer stem cells in tumor radioresistance.
    Digital Access Wiley 2014
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    edited by Curt I. Civin, Tami J. Kingsbury, Minjung Kim.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2019
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    edited by Connie Henke Yarbro, Debra Wujcik, Barbara Holmes Gobel.
    Evidence-based symptom management
    Artharalgias and myalgias
    Cancer-related fatigue
    Menopausal symptoms
    Sleep disturbances
    Hypersensitivity reactions to antineoplastic drugs
    Nausea and vomiting
    Malignant ascites
    Bladder disturbances
    Bleeding and thrombotic complications
    The cancer cachexia syndrome
    Increased intracranial pressure
    Peripheral neuropathy
    Altered body image and sexual health
    Ocular and otic complications
    Skin and nail bed changes
    Cognitive dysfunction
    Spiritual distress
    Symptoms when death is imminent.
    Print Access Request
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    RC266 .C3564 2014
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    edited by Xiaoyuan Chen, Stephen Wong.
    I: In vitro diagnostics. Cancer theranostics: an introduction
    Genomics-based cancer theranostics
    Proteomics-based theranostics
    II: Molecular imaging. Radionuclide imaging of cancer therapy
    Near-infrared fluorescence imaging probes for cancer diagnosis and treatment
    Bioluminescence imaging of cancer therapy
    Magnetic resonance imaging of cancer therapy
    Ultrasound imaging of cancer therapy
    Photoacoustic imaging for cancer diagnosis and therapy guidance
    III: Imaging-guided therapy. Multimodality image-guided lung intervention systems
    Label-free molecular vibrational imaging for cancer diagnosis
    Multimodality image-guided treatment
    Medical robotics for cellular and molecular imaging
    IV: Theranostic platforms. Porphyrins for imaging, photodynamic therapy, and photothermal therapy
    Magnetic resonance imaging and alternating magnetic fields
    Ultrasound for drug/gene delivery
    Radionuclides for imaging and therapy in oncology
    Noble metal nanoparticle platform
    Cancer theranostics with carbon-based nanoplatforms
    Silica nanoparticle platform
    Quantum dots for traceable therapeutic delivery
    Polymer- and protein-based nanotechnologies for cancer theranostics
    V: Other. Clinical translation and regulations of theranostics
    Scale-up production of theranostic nanoparticles
    Market considerations for nanomedicines and theranostic nanomedicines
    Application of theranostics to measure and treat cell heterogeneity in cancer.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2015
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    Freireich, Emil J.; McGuire, William L.; Rosen, Steven T.
    Digital Access Springer v. 1-, 1981-
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    Call number varies. Search for Cancer treatment and research to find individual volumes of this title.
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    edited by Richard A. Anderson, Norah Spears.
    Section I. Clinical
    Section II. Laboratory models
    Section III. Strategies to protect the ovary.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2015
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    Natalia Savelyeva, Christian Ottensmeier, editors ; responsible series editor: Yuri Gleba.
    New approaches in immunotherapy for the treatment of lung cancer
    Novel approaches for vaccination against HPV-induced cancers
    Tapping the potential of DNA delivery with electroporation for cancer immunotherapy
    Targeted immunotherapy designed to treat MUC1-expressing solid tumour
    Chimeric DNA vaccines: an effective way to overcome immune tolerance
    Linked CD4 T cell help: broadening immune attack against cancer by vaccination
    mRNA cancer vaccines, messages that prevail
    The use of Anti-CD40 mAb in cancer
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    edited by Michael J.P. Lawman and Patricia D. Lawman.
    Single Step Antigen Loading and Maturation of Dendritic Cells Through mRNA Electroporation of a Tumor-Associated Antigen and a TriMix of Costimulatory Molecules
    Generation of Multiple Peptide Cocktail-Pulsed Dendritic Cells as a Cancer Vaccine
    Pulsing Dendritic Cells with Whole Tumor Cell Lysates
    Antigen Trapping by Dendritic Cells for Anti-Tumor Therapy
    Ex Vivo Loading of Autologous Dendritic Cells with Tumor Antigens
    Tumor Antigen/Cytokine-Pulsed Dendritic Cells in Therapy Against Lymphoma
    Dendritic Cells Primed with Protein-Protein Fusion Adjuvant
    Antigen-Specific mRNA Transfection of Autologous Dendritic Cells
    Electroporation of Dendritic Cells with Autologous Total RNA from Tumor Material
    Dendritic Cells Transfected with Adenoviral Vectors as Vaccines
    Genetic Modification of Dendritic Cells with RNAi
    Fast Monocyte-Derived Dendritic Cells-Based Immunotherapy
    Intratumoral Injection of BCG-CWS Pretreated Dendritic Cells Following Tumor Cryoablation
    Exploiting the CD1d-iNKT Cell Axis for Potentiation of DC-Based Cancer Vaccines
    Modification of T Lymphocytes to Express Tumor Antigens
    Genetic Modification of Mouse Effector and Helper T Lymphocytes Expressing a Chimeric Antigen Receptor
    Genetic Modification of Cytotoxic T Lymphocytes to Express Cytokine Receptors
    Monitoring the Frequency and Function of Regulatory T Cells and Summary of the Approaches Currently Used to Inhibit Regulatory T Cells in Cancer Patients
    Cytokine Activation of Natural Killer Cells
    Loading of Acute Myeloid Leukemia Cells with Poly(I:C) by Electroporation
    Autologous Tumor Cells Engineered to Express Bacterial Antigens
    Tumor Cell Transformation Using Antisense Oligonucleotide
    The Direct Display of Costimulatory Proteins on Tumor Cells as a Means of Vaccination for Cancer Immunotherapy
    Cloning Variable Region Genes of Clonal Lymphoma Immunoglobulin for Generating Patient-Specific Idiotype DNA Vaccine
    Heat Shock Proteins Purified from Autologous Tumors Using Antibody-Based Affinity Chromatography
    Invariant Chain-Peptide Fusion Vaccine Using HER-2/neu
    TLR-9 Agonist Immunostimulatory Sequence Adjuvants Linked to Cancer Antigens
    Production of Multiple CTL Epitopes from Multiple Tumor-Associated Antigens
    Preparation of Polypeptides Comprising Multiple TAA Peptides
    Idiotype Vaccine Production Using Hybridoma Technology
    Preparation of Cancer-Related Peptide Cocktails that Target Heterogeneously-Expressed Antigens
    Making an Avipoxvirus Encoding a Tumor-Associated Antigen and a Costimulatory Molecule
    Bacterial Vectors for the Delivery of Tumor Antigens
    Preparation of Peptide Microspheres Using Tumor Antigen-Derived Peptides
    Production of Antigen-Loaded Biodegradable Nanoparticles and Uptake by Dendritic Cells
    Development of Plasmid-Lipid Complexes for Direct Intratumoral Injection
    The Use of Dendritic Cells for Peptide-Based Vaccination in Cancer Immunotherapy
    Advances in Host and Vector Development for the Production of Plasmid DNA Vaccines
    Challenges Facing the Development of Cancer Vaccines
    Future of Cancer Vaccines.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
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    Juan Alvarado Valdivia.
    Summary: Recounts the author's experience as a cancer patient. He was diagnosed with stage 2A Hodgkin lymphoma at age 30, and was cancer free in 2010, and five years later considered in complete remission.
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  • Digital
    by Dr. Alice Villalobos with Laurie Kaplan.
    Molecular biology of cancer and aging
    Caring for geriatric cancer patients : the concept of pawspice and what is needed aside from medical care
    The warning signs of cancer in geriatric pets
    Basic types of cancer and their biological behavior
    Generating the diagnosis and prognosis of cancer in geriatric pets
    Treating cancer in geriatric pets
    Principles and philosophic perspective
    The role of surgery in cancer management
    Chemotherapy in the management of geriatric cancer
    Adverse effects of cancer therapy in geriatric pets
    The role of radiation therapy in cancer management
    Immunotherapy, cancer vaccines, and gene therapy
    Chemoprevention and immunonutrition
    Integrative and alternative medicine
    Electroporation and electrochemotherapy
    Pain control for the geriatric cancer patient
    Decision making with advanced and recurrent cancer in the geriatric patient
    When and how to decide that a geriatric cancer patient is terminal
    Palliative care : end of life 'pawspice' care
    Euthanasia for the geriatric cancer patient
    The veterinary professional/client relationship : supporting your clients supporting yourselves
    Professional support : the wellbeing of the veterinarian and the team.
    Digital Access Wiley 2018
  • Digital
    Jane E. Sykes.
    Basic principles in the diagnosis and management of small animal infection
    Laboratory diagnosis of canine and feline infectious diseases
    Isolation in cell culture
    Isolation and identification of aerobic and anaerobic bacteria
    Isolation and identification of fungi
    Nucleic acid detection assays
    Antiinfective therapy
    Principles of antiinfective therapy
    Antiviral and immunomodulatory drugs
    Antibacterial drugs
    Antifungal drugs
    Antiprotozoal drugs
    Basic principles for infection control
    Infection control programs for dogs and cats
    Major infectious diseases and their etiologic agents
    Viral diseases
    Canine parvovirus infections and other viral enteritides
    Canine distemper virus infection
    Canine herpesvirus infection
    Canine viral respiratory infections
    Infectious canine hepatitis
    Feline panleukopenia virus infection and other viral enteritides
    Feline coronavirus infection
    Feline immunodeficiency virus infection
    Feline leukemia virus infection
    Feline respiratory viral infections
    Feline poxvirus infections
    Viral papillomatosis
    Vector-borne and other viral encephalitides
    Bacterial diseases
    Rocky mountain spotted fever
    Salmon poisoning disease
    Coxiellosis and q fever
    Chlamydial infections
    Streptococcal and enterococcal infections
    Staphylococcus infections
    Gram-negative bacterial infections
    Anaerobic bacterial infections
    Cell wall-deficient bacterial infections
    Mycoplasma infections
    Hemoplasma infections
    Mycobacterial infections
    Enteric Escherichia coli infections
    Enteric clostridial infections
    Gastric Helicobacter-like infections
    Lyme borreliosis
    Canine brucellosis
    Tetanus and botulism
    Yersinia pestis (plague) and other yersinioses
    Bite and scratch wound infections
    Fungal and algal diseases
    Malassezia infections
    Miscellaneous fungal diseases
    Pythiosis, lagenidiosis, and zygomycosis
    Protozoal diseases
    Canine and feline hepatozoonosis
    Miscellaneous protozoal diseases
    Infections of selected organ systems
    Pyoderma, otitis externa, and otitis media
    Osteomyelitis, discospondylitis, and infectious arthritis
    Infections of the cardiovascular system
    Bacterial bronchopneumonia and pyothorax
    Intra-abdominal infections
    Bacterial infections of the genitourinary tract
    Bacterial meningitis
    Vaccination schedules for dogs and cats.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2014
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    Francesco Albanese.
    Summary: This book discusses canine and feline skin cytology and the importance of this diagnostic tool in interpreting skin lesions. With more than 600 clinical and cytological color pictures, it explains the cytological patterns observed in all cutaneous inflammatory and neoplastic lesions in cats and dogs, as well as cutaneous metastasis of non-primary skin neoplasms. The first part of the book describes cell morphology and cytological patterns, providing an overview of the normal structure of the skin. In the second chapter, readers learn how to choose the best techniques for different types of lesions. Further chapters present the cytological findings in the main inflammatory and neoplastic skin diseases. By focusing on the macroscopic aspects of the lesions from which the cells are collected, it helps readers to interpret cytological specimens. The final chapter explores the cytology of cutaneous metastasis from internal organs or accessory glands. This book offers veterinary students and practitioners alike an essential diagnostic tool.

    1. Morphology and Function of Skin Cells
    2. Techniques of Sampling, Preparation and Staining of Cytological Specimens
    3. Cytology of Canine and Feline Non Neoplastic Skin Diseases
    4. Cytology of Skin Tumors
    5. Cutaneous Metastasis from Non Primary Skin Tumors.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
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    [edited by] Vincenzo Di Marzo.
    Looking ahead after 50 years of research on cannabinoids / Raphael Mechoulam
    Cannabinoid receptor intracellular signaling : the long journey from binding sites to biological effects / Lawrence C. Blume, Khalil M. Eldeeb, and Allyn C. Howlett
    Endocannabinoid biochemistry : what do we know after 50 years? / Filomena Fezza and Mauro Maccarrone
    Genetic dissection of the endocannabinoid system and how it changed our knowledge of cannabinoid pharmacology and mammalian physiology / Beat Lutz
    Cannabinoids, endocannabinoids, and stress / Cecilia J. Hillard, Qing-song Liu, XiaoQian Liu, Bin Pan, Christopher J. Roberts, and Leyu Shi
    Cannabinoids and the brain : new hopes for new therapies / Javier Fernández-Ruiz, Mariluz Hernández, and Yolanda García-Movellán
    Potential therapeutic applications of cannabinoids in gastrointestinal and liver diseases : focus on tetrahydrocannabinol pharmacology / Paolo Caraceni, Francesca Borrelli, Ferdinando A. Giannone, and Angelo A. Izzo
    Years of cannabinoid research and the need for a new nomenclature / Vincenzo Di Marzo and Luciano De Petrocellis.
    Digital Access Wiley 2014
  • Digital
    Eric Murillo-Rodriguez, S. R. Pandi-Perumal, Jaime M. Monti, editors.
    Summary: This volume highlights the recent advances in the understanding of the endocannabinoid system and the likely benefit from the therapeutic effects of cannabinoid treatment in a variety of health issues. Archeological evidence has shown that Cannabis has a long history of use for multiple purposes, including the treatment of medical conditions. The primary active constituent of the hemp plant Cannabis sativa, delta 9-tetrahydrocannabinol (Δ9-THC), causes euphoria, enhancement of sensory perception, tachycardia, antinociception, difficulties in concentration and impairment of memory, among other effects. Despite these undesirable effects, signaling is mostly inhibitory and suggests a putative role for cannabinoids as therapeutic agents by managing several diseases where inhibition of neurotransmitter release would be beneficial. The themes of this book have been edited and written by world-leaders in the field, The contents of the volume aims at readers from a range of academic and professional disciplines, such as biomedicine, several areas of biology, neurology, clinical medicine and pharmacy.

    Chapter 2: Neuromolecular Mechanisms of Cannabis Action
    2.1 Introduction and Scope of this Chapter
    2.1.1 Neuromolecular Targets of THC: The Cannabinoid Receptors CB1 Cannabinoid Receptor Characterisation: Protein, Distribution, Signalling and Pharmacology CB2 Cannabinoid Receptor Characterisation: Protein, Distribution, Signalling and Pharmacology
    2.1.2 Neuromolecular Targets of THC: Beyond the Cannabinoid Receptors
    2.1.3 Neuromolecular Targets of CBD
    2.1.4 Neuromolecular Targets of Other Cannabinoids Delta9-Tetrahydrocannabidivarin Cannabinol Delta9-Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid Cannabidivarin Cannabidiolic Acid Cannabigerol Cannabichromene
    2.1.5 Concluding Remarks
    Chapter 3: Neuropharmacological Effects of the Main Phytocannabinoids: A Narrative Review
    3.1 Introduction
    3.2 Neuromolecular mechanisms of action of the main phytocannabinoids
    3.2.1 THC
    3.2.2 CBD
    3.2.3 Delta-9-THCV
    3.2.4 Delta-9-THCA
    3.2.5 Delta-8-THC
    3.2.6 CBDV
    3.2.7 CBN
    3.2.8 CBG
    3.2.9 CBC
    3.2.10 CBDA 3.3 Neurochemical and behavioral effects of THC and CBD: Human studies
    3.3.1 THC
    3.3.2 CBD
    3.4 Approved indications of cannabis-based products, THC and CBD
    3.4.1 Cannabis-based products
    3.4.2 THC Nausea and vomiting due to chemotherapy Appetite and decreasing weight loss associated with HIV/AIDS Multiple sclerosis symptoms (spasticity and chronic pain) Chronic pain (neuropathic and cancer pain)
    3.4.3 CBD Antiepileptic Therapeutic potentials of CBD with moderate/modest evidence from RCTs 3.5 Adverse effects of THC and CBD
    3.5.1 Cannabis-based products and THC
    3.5.2 CBD
    3.6 Conclusions
    Chapter 4: Emerging Roles of Cannabinoids and Synthetic Cannabinoids in Clinical Experimental Models
    4.1 Introduction
    4.1.1 Cannabinoid Classifications
    4.2 Endocannabinoids
    4.3 Phytocannabinoids
    4.4 Synthetic Cannabinoids
    4.5 Cannabinoids in Neuromodulation
    4.5.1 Cannabinoids in Epilepsy
    4.5.2 Cannabinoids in Alzheimerś Disease
    4.5.3 Cannabinoids in Parkinsonś Disease
    4.6 Cannabinoids in Cancer
    4.7 Cannabinoids in Metabolic Disorders
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    Samer N. Narouze, editor.
    Summary: This book presents a well-balanced view of the potential medical use of cannabinoids in pain. It comprehensively covers the current challenges with medical cannabis utilization and provides recommendations for research and future directions. Organized into nine sections, the book begins with an introduction to medical cannabis, including its history, regulations, and the general attitudes of pain physicians on cannabis. Section two explores the biological effects of marijuana via the endocannabinoid system and its complex structure of receptors and enzymes. Sections three, four, and five then delve further into pharmacology and the mechanisms of action applicable to cannabinoids in managing pain. Timely and socially conscious, section six examines the benefits of substituting opioids with cannabinoids for preoperative management. Echoing the book's well-rounded content, sections seven and eight consider the challenges with medical cannabis, including safety and quality control, brain development risks, vaping hazards, and withdrawal. The book then closes with a look at the future of cannabis in medical research. Thoroughly and equitably composed, Cannabinoids and Pain is an invaluable resource for primary care physicians, pain and palliative care physicians, and oncologists.

    History of Cannabis
    Cannabis Regulations
    The demand for medical cannabis education
    Pain physicians and cannabis: attitudes and beliefs
    Cannabis Terminology
    The CB1 Receptors
    The CB2 Receptors
    Endocannabinoids: Anandamide and 2-AG
    Phytocannabinoids:Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)
    Phytocannabinoids: Cannabidiol (CBD)
    Other Phytocannabinoids
    Cannabinoids Drug interaction
    Dronabinol (Marinol)
    Nabilone (Cesamet)
    Cannabidiol (Epidiolex)
    Nabiximols (Sativex)
    Medical Cannabis Strains
    The model of a specialized cannabis clinic
    Barriers for the prescription of cannabis-based medicines
    Practical recommendations for the use of medical cannabis
    Medical Cannabis Dosing and Titration
    Patient safety considerations
    Cannabinoids and Pain: Mechanisms of action
    Cannabinoids and Pain: Clinical Evidence
    Cannabinoids and Cancer Pain
    Cannabinoids as a substitute for opioids: Basic science and Clinical evidence
    Cannabiinoids as a substitute for opioids: Suggested algorithm
    Perioperative management of patients on cannabinoids
    The Colorado Experience
    Product Safety and Quality control
    Cannabis and brain development
    Cannabis and mental health risks
    Cannabis and adolescents
    Cannabis and child development during and after pregnancy
    Cannabis impairment and Adverse events
    Vaping hazards
    Cannabis Use Disorder
    Cannabis withdrawal
    Future research.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
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    Jaime M. Monti, S.R. Pandi-Perumal, Eric Murillo-Rodríguez, editors.
    Summary: Research on cannabis and sleep is emerging with promising results. This book offers current and comprehensive knowledge on cannabinoid research results in connection with sleep. The volume covers aspects of the hemp plant Cannabis sativa, the pharmacology of cannabinoids, neurobiology and pharmacology of sleep and wakefulness, and the benefits and side effects of cannabis on the central nervous system. It further discusses the putative therapeutical properties of cannabinoids and endocannabinoids and their potential for the treatment of sleep disorders such as insomnia, obstructive sleep apnea, REM sleep behavior disorder, and restless legs syndrome. The book is written by medical and scientific experts in this field and intended for researchers from a range of disciplines such as biomedicine, biology, neurosciences, clinical medicine, neurology, and pharmacology.

    Constituents of Cannabis Sativa
    Synthetic and Natural Derivatives of Cannabidiol
    Clinical Pharmacokinetics of Cannabinoids and Potential Drug-Drug Interactions
    Cannabinoid Receptors and Ligands: Lessions from CNS Disorders and the Quest for Novel Treatment Venues
    Sleep-Wake Neurobiology
    Cannabinoids and Sleep/Wake Control
    Effects of Cannabinoid Agonists and Antagonists on Sleep in Laboratory Animals
    Modulation of Noradrenergic and Serotonergic Systems by Cannabinoids: Electrophysiological, Neurochemical and Behavioral Evidence
    Natural Cannabinoids as Templates for Sleep Disturbances Treatment
    The Effect of Cannabinoids on the Brain´s Circadian Clock
    Effects of Cannabis Consumption on Sleep
    Addiction and Sleep Disorders
    Cannabis for Restless Legs Syndrome.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
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    edited by Patricia H. Reggio.
    Mouse Neuroblastoma CB1 Cannabinoid Receptor-Stimulated [35S]GTPgammaS Binding: Total and Antibody-Targeted Galpha Protein-Specific Scintillation Proximity Asays / by Khalil Eldeeb, Sandra Leone-Kabler, Allyn C. Howlett
    Protocols and Good Operating Practices in the Study of Cannabinoid Receptors / by Linda M. Console-Bram, Pingwei Zhao, Mary E. Abood
    Real-Time Measurement of Cannabinoid Receptor-Mediated cAMP Signaling / by Morag R. Hunter, David B. Finlay, Christa E. Macdonald, Erin E. Cawston, Natasha L. Grimsey, Michelle Glass
    Techniques for the Cellular and Subcellular Localization of Endocannabinoid Receptors and Enzymes in the Mammalian Brain / by Luigia Cristino, Roberta Imperatore, Vincenzo Di Marzo
    Endocannabinoid Transport Proteins: Discovery of Tools to Study Sterol Carrier Protein-2 / by Cecilia J. Hillard, Huan Huang, Caleb D. Vogt, Beatriz E. Rodrigues, Terrence S. Neumann, Daniel S. Sem, Friedhelm Schroeder, Christopher W. Cunningham
    Lipidomics: A Corrective Lens for Enzyme Myopia / by Heather B. Bradshaw, Emma Leishman
    Functional Analysis of Mitochondrial CB1 Cannabinoid Receptors (mtCB1) in the Brain / by Su Melser, Antonio C. Pagano Zottola, Roman Serrat, Nagore Puente, Pedro Grandes, Giovanni Marsicano, Etienne Hebert-Chatelain
    Modeling Neurodegenerative Disorders for Developing Cannabinoid-Based Neuroprotective Therapies / by Javier Fernández-Ruiz, María Gómez-Ruiz, Concepción García, Mariluz Hernández, José A. Ramos
    Metabolic Profiling of CB1 Neutral Antagonists / by Herbert H. Seltzman, Rangan Maitra, Katharine Bortoff, Jay Henson, Patricia H. Reggio, Daniel Wesley, Joseph Tam
    Ligand-Assisted Protein Structure (LAPS): An Experimental Paradigm for Characterizing Cannabinoid-Receptor Ligand-Binding Domains / by David R. Janero, Anisha Korde, Alexandros Makriyannis
    New Methods for the Synthesis of Cannabidiol Derivatives / by Ana Lago-Fernandez, Vanessa Redondo, Laura Hernandez-Folgado, Laura Figuerola-Asencio, Nadine Jagerovic
    Approaches to Assess Biased Signaling at the CB1R Receptor / by Robert B. Laprairie, Edward L. Stahl, Laura M. Bohn
    Design and Synthesis of Cannabinoid 1 Receptor (CB1R) Allosteric Modulators: Drug Discovery Applications / by Abhijit R. Kulkarni, Sumanta Garai, David R. Janero, Ganesh A. Thakur
    Assessing Allosteric Modulation of CB1 at the Receptor and Cellular Levels / by Caitlin E. Scott, Debra A. Kendall
    Purification of Functional CB1 and Analysis by Site-Directed Fluorescence Labeling Methods / by Jonathan F. Fay, David L. Farrens
    Mass Spectrometry Analysis of Human CB2 Cannabinoid Receptor and Its Associated Proteins / by Zhao-Hui Song, Alyssa S. Laun, Jian Cai
    Expression and NMR Structural Studies of Isotopically Labeled Cannabinoid Receptor Type II / by Alexei Yeliseev, Klaus Gawrisch
    Methods for the Development of In Silico GPCR Models / by Paula Morales, Dow P. Hurst, Patricia H. Reggio
    Molecular Dynamics Methodologies for Probing Cannabinoid Ligand/Receptor Interaction / by Diane L. Lynch, Dow P. Hurst, Derek M. Shore, Mike C. Pitman, Patricia H. Reggio
    Author Index
    Subject Index.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2017
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    Carey S. Clark, editor.
    Summary: Offers a guide addressing nursing skills and responsibilities in cannabis care, including the physiology of the human endocannabinoid system, cannabis care as it relates to specific disease processes, the history of cannabis, advocacy and ethics, and the ins and outs of cannabis dosing, delivery methods, side effects, and more. Essential for all practice areas, this is a foundational resource for both students and practicing nurses who want to provide knowledgeable and effective medical cannabis care. --From publisher description.

    History of cannabis and prohibition / Llewellyn Dawn Smith
    The human endocannabinoid system (ECS): physiology / Denise A. Foster
    Cannabis pharmacology: from the whole plant to pharmaceutical applications / Rachel A. Parmelee, Carey S. Clark, and Deanna M. Sommers
    Cannabidiol / Eileen Konieczny
    Cannabis sciences: reviewing trends / Carey S. Clark, Rachel A. Parmelee, Barbara J. Ochester
    The nurse's role: providing cannabis care / Carey S. Clark
    Advanced practice nursing considerations / Eloise Theisen
    Legal, ethical, and advocacy concerns: cannabis from the federal to state level / Carey S. Clark.
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    Books: General Collection (Downstairs)
    RM666.C266 C344 2021
  • Digital
    Claude Cyr, Mellar P. Davis, Danial Schecter, Paul Daeninck.
    Summary: The use of cannabinoid-based medicines (CBM), and cannabis in particular, has risen steadily among cancer and palliative care patients over the last few years. This textbook aims to address the multiple challenges facing healthcare providers regarding the use of CBM in this vulnerable patient population. It provides insight into the latest preclinical and clinical data and offers a practical approach on the use of CBM in a rapidly evolving landscape. It answers questions regarding the prescribing process and elucidates controversies regarding cannabis disease-modifying effects. The first chapters will review basic concepts of the endocannabinoid system and pharmacology of CBM, while focusing more specifically on the unique characteristics of two main cannabinoids: THC and CBD. Indicating which benefits can be expected from using either or both of these compounds, the book then addresses issues of drug-drug interactions and other challenges involved in prescribing CBM to frail patients with polypharmacy and multiple comorbidities. Comparing available products, both approved and non-approved by the FDA, the book discusses regional challenges for accessing reliably tested and labelled products in the context of standardization efforts. After carefully determining objectives and addressing patient expectations, further chapters will examine the different clinical settings in which CBM may be useful in cancer care and explore symptom management, including cancer pain, anxiety, nausea, and insomnia among others. The possible benefits of cannabis psychoactivity will also be discussed, including harm reduction strategies for patients who wish to explore these effects. Cannabis and Cannabinoid-Based Medicines in Cancer Care: A Comprehensive Guide to Medical Management serves as a comprehensive text for oncologists, palliative care specialists, general practitioners, and nurse practitioners working with cancer patients or in palliative care settings.

    Overview of the Endocannabinoid System and Endocannabinoidome
    Cannabinoid-Based Medicine: Pharmacology and Drug Interactions
    Future Therapeutic Potential of Synthetic Cannabinoids and Endocannabinoid System Modulators
    Cannabis-Based Medicines as Anti-Cancer Agents
    Cannabinoid-Based Medicines and Cancer Symptom Management
    Patient Evaluation: Precautions and Managing Expectations
    Choosing a Product, Route of Administration, Initial Dosage, Titration, Monitoring and Management of Adverse Effects
    Psychoactive Effects of Cannabinoid-Based Medicines: Exploration and Inquiry.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
  • Digital
    Kenneth Finn, editor.
    Summary: Legalization of marijuana is becoming increasingly prominent in the United States and around the world. While there is some discussion of the relationship between marijuana and overall health, a comprehensive resource that outlines the medical literature for several organ systems, as well as non-medical societal effects, has yet to be seen. While all physicians strive to practice evidence-based medicine, many clinicians aren't aware of the facts surrounding cannabis and are guided by public opinion. This first of its kind book is a comprehensive compilation of multiple facets of cannabis recommendation, use and effects from a variety of different perspectives. Comprised of chapters dedicated to separate fields of medicine, this evidence-based guide outlines the current data, or lack thereof, as well as the need for further study. The book begins with a general overview of the neurobiology and pharmacology of THC and hemp. It then delves into various medical concerns that plague specific disciplines of medicine such as psychiatry, cardiology, gastrointestinal and neurology, among others. The end of the book focuses on non-medical concerns such as public health and safety, driving impairment and legal implications. Comprised of case studies and meta-analyses, Cannabinoids in Medicine: An Evidence-Based Approach provides clinicians with with a concise, evidence-based guide to various health concerns related to the use of marijuana. By addressing non-medical concerns, this book is also a useful resource for professionals working in the public health and legal fields.

    Losing Ground: The Rise of Cannabis Culture
    Addressing the Wider Implications of Increasing Marijuana Use
    Why Our Knowledge of the Risks in Cannabis Exposure Has Increased
    Limitations to Our Knowledge: Inadequate Measures, No Real Baseline
    Current Measurements of Marijuana Use Showing the Comparative Scope of the Problem
    Marijuana Use in Sub-populations at High Risk
    Monitoring the Future School-Based Data
    Widening Societal Impact of Increased Marijuana Prevalence The Societal Impact of Expanded Cannabis Extends to the Use of Other Substances Of Abuse
    Final Thoughts on the Wider Implications of Increased Use
    Reference Section
    Part I: Basic Science
    Chapter 1: The Properties and Use of Cannabis sativa Herb and Extracts
    Methods of Use
    Synthetic Cannabinoids and Cannabimimetics
    Conversion to THC
    CBD as a Quality Medicine
    Chapter 2: Cannabinoid and Marijuana Neurobiology
    Introduction Discovery, Evolutionary Origins, and Function of the Endocannabinoid System
    Endocannabinoid System in the Brain
    Endocannabinoid System Function in Early and Adolescent Brain Development
    Overall Function of the Endocannabinoid System in the Brain [45]
    Endocannabinoid System in Peripheral Tissues
    Disturbances of the Endocannabinoid System in the Brain
    Marijuana and the Brain: Receptors and Changes in Endocannabinoid Signaling
    Chapter 3: The Pharmacodynamics, Pharmacokinetics, and Potential Drug Interactions of Cannabinoids Drug-Drug Interaction with Cannabinoids
    Pharmacokinetics/Pharmacodynamics of Cannabinoids
    Drug-Drug Interactions
    Phase I Metabolism (Cytochrome P450)
    Phase II Metabolism
    Transport Proteins
    Epidiolex® Drug-Drug Interactions
    THC Drug-Drug Interactions
    Part II: Clinical Evidence
    Chapter 4: Cannabis and Neuropsychiatric Effects
    Blunted: The Effects of Cannabis on Cognition and Motivation
    Executive Function
    Intelligence and IQ
    Mechanisms of Action Moderating Factors
    Summary and Future Directions
    Cannabis and Psychiatric Conditions
    Depression and Anxiety
    Cannabis-Related Violence and Death
    Potential Psychiatric Benefits of CBD
    Cannabis Use and Psychosis, Mood, and Anxiety Disorders
    Increasing Cannabis Potency Post-legalization
    Post-legalization Trends in the Prevalence and Frequency of Cannabis Use
    Impact of Medical Legalization
    What Does Research Tell Us About Cannabis Use and Mental Illness?
    Cannabis, Psychosis, and Schizophrenia
    Digital Access Springer 2020
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    Paula Riggs, Thida Thant, editors.
    Summary: This book educates and familiarizes psychiatrists with the impact of cannabis beyond the scope of addiction and ways to effectively discuss the existing literature and knowledge with patients. Cannabis in Psychiatric Practice is organized by clinical setting to help tailor the literature to psychiatrists and other mental health clinicians working in all areas, whether traditional outpatient clinics, emergency departments, inpatient psychiatry or medical units. It helps readers, regardless of their training background, learn about the impact of cannabis on a variety of disorders in a manner adjusted to the unique needs and challenges of their particular treatment settings and patient populations. The book also includes clinical cases and practical tips integrating the current evidence, treatment approaches, and psychoeducation needed to effectively practice in the era of modern-day psychiatry and cannabis legalization. Chapters are written in a clear, easy-to-read style, allowing readers to reference specific portions of the book as needed, increasing its utility for the general psychiatrist and mental health clinician. With the increasing prevalence and availability of cannabis and CBD products, this book is an invaluable reference for psychiatrists who wish to explore the impact of cannabis in their clinical practice.

    1. Public Health Concerns of Cannabis
    2. Clinical Pharmacology of Cannabinoids
    3. Cannabidiol: Overview, Complexities and Opportunities for Behavioral Health
    4. Developmental Impact
    5. Cannabis in the Child and Adolescent Outpatient Mental Health Setting
    6. Cannabis in The Child and Adolescent Emergency and Inpatient Psychiatric Settings
    7. Clinical Considerations for Cannabis in the Child and Adolescent Consultation-Liaison Setting
    8. Disease course & prognosis
    9. Evaluation of Co-occurring Psychiatric Disorders and Cannabis Use in the Outpatient Setting
    10. Treatment of Co-occurring Psychiatric Disorders and Cannabis Use in the Outpatient Setting
    11. Acute intoxication and agitation/violence
    12. Cannabis and Psychosis
    13. Self-Harm and Cannabis Use
    14. Cannabis in the Adult Medical and Consultation-Liaison Settings
    15. Cannabis in the Perinatal Period
    16. Cannabis in the Geriatric Population
    17. Marijuana Use in Organ Transplantation.
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    Rahim Valani, editor.
    Summary: This book examines the effectiveness of a unique area of patient care, cannabis use in medicine. While many American states have legalized medical marijuana, the FDA still has not approved it as a treatment due to a lack of studies to prove its validity. Countries such as Canada and Uruguay, on the other hand, have legalized cannabis. This book aids in accelerating the medical legitimacy of cannabis through comprehensive coverage of its uses, legality, pharmacology, and potential issues. Organized into three parts, the book begins with topics that function as an introduction to cannabis for medical use, such as patient assessments, the role of genetics, evidence-based therapy reviews, legal aspects, and pharmacology. Subsequent chapters then delve into the practical applications of medical cannabis use, including treatment for gastrointestinal disorders, neurological diseases, rheumatic diseases, and pain management. The book's final section features crucial discussions on the potential complications and adverse events in cannabis use, as well as occupation and pediatric considerations. Nuanced and timely, Cannabis Use in Medicine, is a vital resource for medical practitioners of all specialties looking to add cannabis to their repertoire of therapies.

    Part I Introduction and Background to Cannabis Use in Medicine
    Introduction to Cannabis for Medical Use
    Legal Aspects of Cannabis
    Pharmacology of Cannabis
    Patient Assessment and Dosing Recommendations for Cannabis
    Analytical Testing of Cannabis
    The Role of Genetics in the Use of Cannabis
    Evidence Based Reviews on Cannabis Therapy
    Part II Use of Cannabis in the Management of Specific Medical Conditions
    The Effects and Benefits of Cannabis on the Gastrointestinal Disorders
    Neurological Diseases and Cannabinoid Treatment
    Cannabinoid Treatment for Rheumatic Disease
    The Use of Cannabis for Pain Management
    Complications and Adverse Events from Cannabis Use
    Part III Cannabis Use in Specific Populations
    Occupational Considerations Related to Cannabis Use
    Pediatric Considerations when Prescribing Cannabis
    Cannabis Use in the Pregnant Patient.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
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    Quarraisha Abdool Karim, Salim S. Abdool Karim, Cheryl Baxter, editors.
    Summary: Since its inception 14 years ago, CAPRISA has conducted numerous clinical studies that have influenced international TB-HIV treatment guidelines as well as HIV prevention through innovations in the microbicide and vaccine fields. This book provides a historical account of how each of CAPRISA?s high impact studies was created, developed, implemented, analysed and communicated. In doing so, the reader is taken on a journey that provides glimpses into the genesis of research ideas and how this ultimately leads to a range of HIV prevention and treatment studies that have impacted the global response to the HIV and TB epidemics. Comprised of 5 sections, the book details the following: HIV epidemic in South Africa and the establishment of a research centre to undertake clinical, epidemiological and laboratory research on HIV. CAPRISA?s clinical trials on HIV and HSV-2 prevention. These studies investigated the impact of tenofovir gel as topical antiretroviral pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), implementation of topical PrEP through family planning clinics, conditional cash incentives for HIV prevention, HIV vaccines, and passive immunisation with broadly neutralising antibodies. CAPRISA?s research on the treatment of HIV and TB co-infection. A review of the major scientific findings from the CAPRISA studies on acute infection and genital mucosal immunology. Essential support activities for the conduct of clinical trials, including research laboratories and pharmacies, as well as establishing effective communication and sustainable structures for community engagement to maintain effective and respectful partnerships with participating communities. The book concludes with a chapter about the challenges facing future HIV prevention and treatment trials. The CAPRISA Clinical Trials: HIV Treatment and Prevention is a resource for undergraduate and postgraduate students, health care providers, doctors, decision-makers and researchers who are seeking guidance and insights on clinical trials? their creation, conduct and impact.

    Part I. Introduction
    Studies Linked to the Evolving HIV Epidemic in South Africa: Informing the CAPRISA Scientific Agenda
    CAPRISA: Establishing A Research Center to Undertake HIV Clinical Trials
    Overview of Clinical Trials
    Part II. CAPRISA Clinical Trials for HIV and HSV-2 Prevention
    Antiretrovirals for HIV Prevention
    Rolling out of tenofovir gel in family planning clinics: the CAPRISA 008 implementation trial
    Conditional cash transfers to reduce HIV risk in young women: the CAPRISA 007 cluster randomised control trial
    HIV vaccine and passive immunity trials
    Part III: CAPRISA Clinical Trials for HIV?TB Treatment
    CAPRISA 003: Timing of antiretroviral initiation in HIV-TB co-infected patients
    The SAPiT Trial
    Scaling up TB-HIV integration in public health clinics: translating research findings into practice
    Part IV: Experiences and lessons learnt from clinical trials in CAPRISA
    Lessons from the Acute Infection Study: from Bench to Bedside
    Understanding sexual HIV transmission in women by focusing on the genital mucosa
    Part V: Essential support activities for the conduct of clinical trials
    Good practices in conducting clinical trials: Good Participatory Practice, Good Pharmacy Practice and Good Laboratory Practice
    Grants Management
    Taking science to the people: communication and media strategies for clinical trials
    Looking ahead: What Does the Future Hold for CAPRISA?
    Digital Access Springer 2017
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    Omar M.E. Abdel-Salam, editor.
    Summary: This volume provides an up-to-date account of the achievements pertaining to the application of capsaicin and capsaicin-like molecules in the therapy of various human ailments such as pain, non-allergic rhinitis, obesity, tumors, and gastrointestinal, dermatologic, and urologic disorders. It discusses the basic functions of the capsaicin receptor (TRPV1), its mechanisms of action, and its role in physiological and pathological processes. The text focuses on the most recent progress in the use of capsaicin and capsaicin-like molecules as a therapeutic agent and highlights potential pharmaceutical implications of further TRPV1 research. The chapters are written by noted experts in their fields of endeavor. This book offers both clinicians and researchers valuable resource and reference material on the subject that will stimulate future research.

    Capsaicin and Sensory Neurones: a Historical Perspective
    Pharmacology of the Capsaicin Receptor, Transient Receptor Potential Vanilloid Type 1 Ion Channel
    TRPV1 in the Central Nervous System: Synaptic Plasticity, Function and Pharmacological Implications
    Topical Capsaicin Formulations in the Management of Neuropathic Pain
    Capsaicin-Based Therapies for Pain Control
    Intranasal Capsaicin in Management of Non-allergic (Vasomotor) Rhinitis
    Capsaicin as an Anti-obesity Drug
    The Potential Antitumour Effects of Capsaicin
    Capsaicin as New Orally Applicable Gastroprotective and Therapeutic Drug Alone or in Combination with Non-Steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs in Human Healthy Subjects and in Patients
    Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide as Target of Capsaicin Receptor in the Gut
    Capsaicin for Osteoarthritis Pain
    The Role of Capsaicin in Dermatology
    Use of Vanilloids in Urologic Disorders.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
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    editors, Nirala Ramchiary and Chittaranjan Kole.
    Summary: This book contains complete information on Capsicum genetic resources, diversity, evolution, history and advances in capsicum improvement from classical breeding to whole genome sequencing, genomics, databases and its impact on next generation pepper breeding. Capsicum is one of the most important Solanaceae crops grown worldwide as vegetables and spices. Due to its high economic value and to meet the demands of enormous population growth amid biotic and abiotic stresses, there has been an ongoing breeding program utilizing available genetic resources with desired traits to increase the sustainable productivity of this crop for several decades. However, the precision breeding of this crop for desired traits only started with the advent of molecular markers. The recent advances in high-throughput genome sequencing technologies helped in the quick decoding of transcriptome, epigenome, nuclear and organeller genomes, thereby enhancing our understanding of the structure and function of the Capsicum genome, and helping in genomics assisted breeding. These advanced technologies coupled with conventional mapping have greatly contributed towards dissection and manipulation of economically important traits more precisely and made less time consuming.

    Intro; Preface to the Series; Preface to the Volume; Contents; Abbreviations; 1 The Capsicum Crop: An Introduction; Abstract; 1.1 Origin and Diffusion; 1.2 Economic and Culinary Importance; 1.3 The Properties of Pepper; 1.4 Genetic Resources and Breeding; References; 2 Genetic Resources of Capsicum; Abstract; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Domestication Syndrome; 2.3 Capsicum Species Complex and Gene Pools; 2.4 Discovery of Highly Pungent Landraces; 2.5 Discovery and Utilization of Genetic Resources for Stress Resistance; 2.5.1 Resistance to Biotic Stresses; Anthracnose; Bacterial Wilt Phytophthora Root Rot2.5.1.4 Viruses; Potyviruses; Cucumovirus; Begomovirus; Tospoviruses; Tobamoviruses; Root-Knot Nematode; Insects; 2.5.2 Tolerance to Abiotic Stress; Moisture Deficit Tolerance; Heat and Salt Tolerance; 2.6 Conservation of Genetic Resources; 2.6.1 Ex Situ; 2.6.2 In Situ; 2.7 Future Outlook; References; 3 Capsicum Breeding: History and Development; Abstract; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 History of Capsicum Breeding; 3.3 Current Breeding Objectives for Capsicum Improvement; 3.3.1 Specific Objectives for Sweet Pepper Breeding 3.4 Breeding Methods for Capsicums3.5 Other Strategies Utilized for Capsicum Improvement and Achievements; 3.5.1 Mutation Breeding; 3.5.2 Polyploidy Breeding; 3.5.3 Haploid Breeding; 3.5.4 Embryo Rescue; 3.5.5 Transgenic Development; 3.5.6 Marker-Assisted Breeding; 3.6 Limitations of Traditional Breeding; 3.7 Need of Molecular Breeding; 3.8 Future Prospects; References; 4 Cytology and DNA Content Variation of Capsicum Genomes; Abstract; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Phylogeny of Chili Peppers; 4.3 Basic Chromosome Number; 4.4 Karyotyping of Capsicum Species 4.5 Mapping of the 45S and 5S Ribosomal RNA Genes4.6 AgNOR Mapping; 4.7 DNA Content of Capsicum Species; 4.8 Concluding Remarks and Future Prospects; References; 5 Development and Evolution of Molecular Markers and Genetic Maps in Capsicum Species; Abstract; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Development and Evolution of Markers in Capsicum Species; 5.2.1 Biochemical Marker; 5.2.2 DNA Marker; Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism (RFLP); Minisatellites: Variable Number of Tandem Repeat (VNTR); Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA (RAPD); Inter-simple Sequence Repeat (ISSR) Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism (AFLP) Simple Sequence Repeat (SSR); Cleaved Amplified Polymorphic Sequences (CAPSs); Sequence-Characterized Amplified Region (SCAR); Single-Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP) and Insertion/Deletion (InDel); High-Throughput SNP Genotyping Systems; 5.3 Genetic Maps in Capsicum Species; 5.3.1 Interspecific Genetic Linkage Maps; Capsicum annuum × Capsicum chinense; Capsicum annuum × Capsicum frutescens; Capsicum annuum × Capsicum baccatum; 5.3.2 Intraspecific Genetic Linkage Maps
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    David J. Hass, editor.
    Summary: This volume provides a comprehensive introduction and review of small bowel capsule endoscopy (SBCE). The book reviews the data regarding appropriate indications and contraindications for the implementation of small bowel capsule endoscopy, while discussing in detail the evolving role of SBCE in the treatment of obscure gastrointestinal bleeding, and the management of inflammatory bowel disease, small bowel polyposis syndromes, and refractory malabsorption. Topics such as complications of SBCE, methods to perform SBCE on patients with dysphagia or gastric emptying pathology, and understanding the normal anatomy of the gastrointestinal tract when viewed via SBCE are also discussed. In addition, an introduction to colon capsule technology and the next generation of small bowel capsule imaging is reviewed. The text is complemented by several illustrative cases that are demonstrated with both online full length videos as well as an online interactive companion that includes review questions to reinforce concepts learned in the text. Written by experts in the field, Capsule Endoscopy: A Guide to Becoming an Efficient and Effective Reader is an invaluable resource for novice capsule endoscopy readers, fellows in gastroenterology and hepatology, researchers, mid-level providers, residents, and medical students with an interest in learning how to implement and perform SBCE in the investigation of small bowel diseases.

    The History and Development of the Small Bowel Capsule/Comparison of Current Available Capsule Platforms
    SBCE Indications and Contraindications? and the Logistics of Administering the Capsule? Preps, Prokinetics, Retention
    Difficult Populations? Dysphagia/Partial SBOs/ICDs/Pediatrics
    Capsule Endoscopy for Obscure Ganstrointestinal Bleeding.-The Utility of Capsule Endoscopy in Crohn?s disease
    The Role of Capsule Endoscopy in the Diagnosis and Management of Celiac Disease and Refractory Diarrhea
    Becoming an Efficient and Effective Reader of Capsule Endoscopy in Screening and Surveillance of Small Bowel Polyposis Syndromes and Masses
    How to Read a Small Bowel Capsule Endoscopy Study
    Normal versus Abnormal CE Images
    Colon Capsule and the Future of Capsule Endoscopy.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
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    edited by Bernd Lepenies.
    Carbohydrate-based vaccines : an overview / Julia Hütter and Bernd Lepenies
    Glycans as vaccine antigens and adjuvants : immunological considerations / Stephanie Zimmermann and Bernd Lepenies
    Glycan array platform as a tool to identify carbohydrate antigens / Li Xia and Jeffrey C. Gildersleeve
    Antibody-carbohydrate recognition from docked ensembles using the AutoMap procedure / Tamir Dingjan, Mark Agostino, Paul A. Ramsland, and Elizabeth Yuriev
    Generation of monoclonal antibodies against defined oligosaccharide antigens / Felix Broecker, Chakkumkal Anish, and Peter H. Seeberger
    Murine whole-blood opsonophagocytosis assay to evaluate protection by antibodies raised against encapsulated extracellular bacteria / Guillaume Goyette-Desjardins, René Roy, and Mariela Segura
    Determination of N-linked glycosylation in viral glycoproteins by negative ion mass spectrometry and ion mobility / David Bitto, David J. Harvey, Steinar Halldorsson, Katie J. Doores, Laura K. Pritchard, Juha T. Huiskonen, Thomas A. Bowden, and Max Crispin
    N-glycosylation fingerprinting of viral glycoproteins by xCGE-LIF / René Hennig, Erdmann Rapp, Robert Kottler, Samanta Cajic, Matthias Borowiak, and Udo Reichl
    Temporary conversion of protein amino groups to azides : a synthetic strategy for glycoconjugate vaccines / Tomasz Lipinski and David R. Bundle
    Gold nanoparticles as carriers for synthetic glycoconjugate vaccines / Fabrizio Chiodo and Marco Marradi
    Identification and characterization of carbohydrate-based adjuvants / Timo Johannssen and Bernd Lepenies
    Characterization of carbohydrate vaccines by NMR spectroscopy / Francesco Berti and Neil Ravenscroft
    Characterization of capsular polysaccharides and their glycoconjugates by hydrodynamic methods / Stephen E. Harding, Ali Saber Abdelhameed, Richard B. Gillis, Gordon A. Morris, and Gary G. Adams
    Glycoconjugate vaccines : the regulatory framework / Christopher Jones.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
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    Hirohiko Tsujii, Tadashi Kamada, Toshiyuki Shirai, Koji Noda, Hiroshi Tsuji, Kumiko Karasawa, editors.
    Summary: This book serves as a practical guide for the use of carbon ions in cancer radiotherapy. On the basis of clinical experience with more than 7,000 patients with various types of tumors treated over a period of nearly 20 years at the National Institute of Radiological Sciences, step-by-step procedures and technological development of this modality are highlighted. The book is divided into two sections, the first covering the underlying principles of physics and biology, and the second section is a systematic review by tumor site, concentrating on the role of therapeutic techniques and the pitfalls in treatment planning. Readers will learn of the superior outcomes obtained with carbon-ion therapy for various types of tumors in terms of local control and toxicities. It is essential to understand that the carbon-ion beam is like a two-edged sword: unless it is used properly, it can increase the risk of severe injury to critical organs. In early series of dose-escalation studies, some patients experienced serious adverse effects such as skin ulcers, pneumonitis, intestinal ulcers, and bone necrosis, for which salvage surgery or hospitalization was required. To preclude such detrimental results, the adequacy of therapeutic techniques and dose fractionations was carefully examined in each case. In this way, significant improvements in treatment results have been achieved and major toxicities are no longer observed. With that knowledge, experts in relevant fields expand upon techniques for treatment delivery at each anatomical site, covering indications and optimal treatment planning. With its practical focus, this book will benefit radiation oncologists, medical physicists, medical dosimetrists, radiation therapists, and senior nurses whose work involves radiation therapy, as well as medical oncologists and others who are interested in radiation therapy.

    Part I. The History of Carbon-Ion Radiotherapy
    1. History of Charged Particle Radiotherapy / Hirohiko Tsujii
    Part II. An Overview of Carbon-Ion Radiotherapy
    2. The Characteristics of Carbon-Ion Radiotherapy / Tadashi Kamada
    3. Overview of the Heavy-Ion Medical Accelerator in Chiba (HIMAC) Practices / Tadashi Kamada
    Part III. Radiobiology of Carbon-Ion Radiotherapy
    4. Heavy-Ion Radiobiology / Yoshiya Furusawa
    5. Biophysical Models and RBE / Naruhiro Matsufuji
    Part IV. Carbon-Ion Radiotherapy System
    6. Workflow of Carbon-Ion Radiotherapy / Toshiyuki Shirai and Yuka Takei
    7. Beam-Delivery Systems / Shigekazu Fukuda, Takuji Furukawa, and Yoshiyuki Iwata
    8. Dosimetry / Manabu Mizota and Akifumi Fukumura
    9. Motion Management / Shinichiro Mori
    10. Quality Assurance / Takuji Furukawa and Shinichiro Mori
    Part V. Treatment Planning of Carbon-Ion Radiotherapy
    11. Treatment Planning of Carbon-Ion Radiotherapy / Nobuyuki Kanematsu and Taku Inaniwa
    Part VI. Facility Design
    12. Facility Design of Carbon-Ion Radiotherapy / Koji Noda
    Part VII. Oncology Information System
    13. Oncology Information System / Yutaka Ando
    Part VIII. Evaluation of Treatment Outcome
    14. Evaluation of Treatment Outcomes Using the Heavy-Ion Medical Accelerator in Chiba (HIMAC) Approach / Tadashi Kamada
    Part IX. Head and Neck Tumors
    15. Cancer of the Head and Neck / Azusa Hasegawa
    16. Malignant Melanoma of the Head and Neck / Ryo Takagi
    17. Soft Tissue Sarcoma of the Head and Neck / Masashi Koto
    Part X. Skull Base and Paracervical Tumors
    18. Skull Base and Upper Cervical Spine Tumors / Masashi Koto
    Part XI. Eye Tumors
    19. Uveal Melanoma / Hiroshi Tsuji, Shingo Toyama, and Takuma Nomiya
    20. Lacrimal Gland Tumors / Hiroshi Tsuji, Nobutaka Mizoguchi, and Takuma Nomiya
    Part XII. Lung Tumors
    21. Lung Cancer / Naoyoshi Yamamoto and Mio Nakajima
    22. Metastatic Lung Tumors and Lymph Nodes / Naoyoshi Yamamoto and Mio Nakajima
    Part XIII. GI Tract Tumors
    23. Esophageal Cancer / Shigeo Yasuda
    24. Postoperative Recurrence of Rectal Cancer / Shigeu Yamada, Satoshi Endo, Kohtaro Terashima, Makoto Shinoto, Shigeo Yasuda, Miho Shiomi, and Tetsuro Isozaki
    Part XIV. Liver Tumors
    25. Hepatocellular Carcinoma / Shigeo Yasuda
    Part XV. Pancreatic Cancer
    26. Pancreatic Cancer / Shigeu Yamada, Kohtaro Terashima, Makoto Shinoto, Shigeo Yasuda, Miho Shiomi, and Tetsuro Isozaki
    Part XVI. Genitourinary Tumors
    27. Prostate Cancer / Hiroshi Tsuji, Hitoshi Ishikawa, and Takuma Nomiya
    28. Renal Cell Carcinoma / Takuma Nomiya and Hiroshi Tsuji
    Part XVII. Gynecologic Tumors
    29. Uterine Cancer / Masaru Wakatsuki
    30. Gynecological Melanoma / Kumiko Karasawa
    Part XVIII. Bone and Soft Tissue Sarcomas
    31. Bone and Soft-Tissue Sarcomas / Reiko Imai
    Part XIX. Other Tumors
    32. Previously Irradiated Tumors / Masashi Koto
    33. Metastatic Tumors / Kumiko Karasawa
    34. Brain Tumors / Masashi Koto
    35. Breast Cancer / Kumiko Karasawa.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
  • Digital
    Klaus Lorenz, Rattan Lal.
    Summary: Carbon Sequestration in Agricultural Ecosystems addresses basic processes of soil C dynamics and explains the underlying controls of technical and economic potential of soil C sequestration. It contains discussions on soil inorganic and organic C, and the factors affecting their stock and fluxes. After an introduction on agricultural land uses and their effects on the global C cycle; processes, factors and causes influencing SIC and SOC dynamics are presented in detail based on up-to-date scientific knowledge. Also discussed are processes affecting dynamics of SIC and SOC sequestration in soils of croplands and grasslands, and how agricultural practices affect them. This is followed by a description of SOC sequestration in wetlands under agricultural use, and those under agroforestry systems. Then, how the increasing biomass production for bioenergy and biofuel affects the SOC stocks of agroecosystems is presented. This is followed by a critical discussion on the importance of biochar to soil C sequestration in agroecosystems. The book concludes with an outlook about the importance of soils of agroecosystems for climate change policy. Focus of the book is on scientific understanding of SIC and SOC sequestration in agroecosystems. It lists a set of questions at the end of each chapter to stimulate thinking and promote academic dialogue. Each chapter lists pertinent references on the current research, and summarizes the present understanding while identifying the knowledge gaps for future research. It is timely because of the growing interests by the policy makers (as documented by the "4 per Thousand" initiative at COP21 in Paris, and the "Adapting African Agriculture" program at COP22 in Marrakech) in making soils and agriculture important to solutions of addressing the global issues. The book is a valuable source of information intended for use by graduate and undergraduate students, scientists, land managers, private sector, policy makers and the general public.

    1 Agricultural Land Use and the Global Carbon Cycle
    2 Soil Carbon Stock
    3 Carbon Sequestration in Cropland Soils
    4 Carbon Sequestration in Grassland Soils
    5 Carbon Sequestration in Wetland Soils
    6 Agroforestry Systems
    7 Biomass and Bioenergy.-8 Biochar
    9 Importance of Soils of Agroecosystems for Climate Change Policy
    Conclusions: The Way Forward.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
  • Digital
    Susan C. Frost, Robert McKenna, editors.
    Summary: The study of carbonic anhydrase has spanned multiple generations of scientists. Carbonic anhydrase was first discovered in 1932 by Meldrum and Roughton. Inhibition by sulfanilamide was shown in 1940 by Mann and Keilin. Even Hans Krebs contributed to early studies with a paper in 1948 showing the relationship of 25 different sulfonamides to CA inhibition. It was he who pointed out the importance of both the charged and uncharged character of these compounds for physiological experiments. The field of study that focuses on carbonic anhydrase (CA) has exploded in recent years with the identification.

    Overview of the Carbonic Anhydrase Field
    Physiological Functions of the Alpha Class of Carbonic Anhydrases
    Catalytic Mechanism of [alpha]-Class Carbonic Anhydrases: CO2 Hydration and Proton Transfer
    Structure and Catalytic Mechanism of b-Carbonic Anhydrases
    Prokaryotic Carbonic Anhydrases of Earth?s Environment
    Carboxysomal Carbonic Anhydrases
    Carbonic Anhydrases and their Interplay with Acid/base-coupled Membrane Transporters
    Carbonic Anhydrase Related Proteins: Molecular Biology and Evolution
    Membrane Associated Carbonic Anhydrase IV (CA IV): A Personal and Historical Perspective
    Carbonic Anhydrase Expression in Kidney and Renal Cancer: Implications for Diagnosis and Treatment
    Carbonic Anhydrase IX: Regulation and Role in Cancer
    Carbonic Anhydrase IX as an Imaging and Therapeutic Target for Tumors and Metastases
    Carbonic Anhydrase IX (CAIX) as a Mediator of Hypoxia-induced Stress Response in Cancer Cells
    Carbonic Anhydrases and Brain pH in the Control of Neruronal Excitability
    Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibitors: Drug Design
    Natural Products that Inhibit Carbonic Anhydrases
    Glaucoma and the Application of Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibitors
    Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibitors and High Altitude Illnesses
    Thermal-Stable Carbonic Anhydrases: A Structural Overview
    Carbonic Anhydrases in Industrial Applications.
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    Daumantas Matulis, editor.
    Summary: This book offers deep insights into the thermodynamics and molecular structures of the twelve catalytically active isoforms of human carbonic anhydrase (CA) with a particular focus on inhibitor binding for drug design. X-ray crystallographic structures in combination with enzyme kinetic testing provide information on the interaction of CAs and their inhibitors, knowledge which is crucial for rational drug design. CAs are zinc carrying enzymes that catalyse the reversible interconversion of carbon dioxide and bicarbonate and are involved in numerous cellular processes. They are therefore a common target for drugs. The suppression of CA activities through inhibitory compounds has found application for example in diuretics and in glaucoma therapy. In this book methods used to determine binding thermodynamics of inhibitory compounds (Isothermal titration calorimetry, Fluorescent thermal shift assay/differential scanning fluorimetry and others) will be compared in detail. Also types and chemical synthesis of CA inhibitors, the use of antibodies against CAs as well as inhibitor application in animals are discussed.

    Final ToC tbd. 1) Description of human carbonic anhydrases (12 catalytically active human isoforms; isoforms as drug targets, enzymatic activity, catalytic mechanism, thermodynamics of protonation of the water molecule in the active site)
    2) Thermal stabilities of all isoform CA catalytic domains
    Thermodynamics of inhibitor binding to CAs (incl. intrinsic thermodynamics
    not mentioned important subject in most CA literature)
    3) Comparison of methods to determine inhibitor binding to CAs (ITC, FTSA, enzymatic activity assays)
    4) Chemical synthesis of CA inhibitors
    5) X-ray crystallographic structures of CAs and their complexes with inhibitors
    6) Antibodies against CAs.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
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    edited by Lorenzo Galluzzi, Aitziber Buqué.
    1. Preface
    Chemical carcinogenesis in mice as a model of human cancer: Pros and cons, Lorenzo Galluzzi
    2. MPA/DMBA-driven mammary carcinomas, Aitziber Buqué Martinez
    3. Dimethylbenz(a)anthracene-Induced Mammary Tumorigenesis in mice, Isabelle Plante
    4. Urethane-induced lung carcinogenesis, Silvano Sozzani
    5. Methylcholanthrene-induced fibrosarcomas, Awen Gallimore
    6. BBN-driven bladder carcinomas
    Janos Terzic
    7. Oral squamous cell carcinomas driven by 4NQO, Nancy J. Philp
    8. Analysing skin tumor development in mice by the DMBA/TPA model, Cord Brakebusch
    9. DSS/AOM-driven colorectal carcinomas, David C. Montrose
    10. Diethylnitrosamine-induced liver tumorigenesis in mice, Peter Hasselblatt
    11. Two-stage 3-methylcholanthrene and butylated hydroxytoluene-induced lung carcinogenesis in mice, Alison K. Bauer
    12. Lung carcinomas induced by NNK and LPS, Peter Di
    13. Pristane-induced mammary carcinomas, Bae Hoon Lee
    14. The 4-NQO mouse model: an update on a well-established in vivo model of oral carcinogenesis, Pierre Saintigny.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2021
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    editors: Sudhir Bahadur, Alok Thakar and Bidhu K. Mohanti.
    Summary: Carcinomas of the larynx and hypopharynx present unique challenges when it comes to their assessment and management. Management involves the essential dilemma of optimizing cure rates while also ensuring that potential disability due to compromised airway, voice and swallowing is minimized. Treatment decisions involve careful disease assessment, judicious multispecialty decision-making, and subsequent meticulous implementation of the selected treatment modalities.The critical nature of each of these steps has led to dramatic advances in assessment techniques (radiology, endoscopy and photography, stroboscopy, narrow band imaging, contact endoscopy) and also in treatment methods (radiation therapy, combined concurrent chemo-radiation, combined sequential chemo-radiation, trans-oral CO2 laser and robotic surgery, partial laryngectomy, total laryngectomy, extended total laryngectomy). As such, treatment decisions have become increasingly complex with the twin objectives of maximizing cure as well as function preservation and are based on tumor stage, tumor location, systemic co-morbidities, nutritional status, patient priorities, and social and economic factors.    This multidisciplinary book has been written by a team of editors with considerable experience and expertise in these critical areas and a deep understanding of teamwork and the strengths and limitations of individual technologies and treatments. It presents a homogeneous and unbiased view that is applicable to all specialties involved in the care of larynx and hypopharynx cancers.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
  • Digital
    Ahmed S. Awad, editor ; Ludmil Mitrev, Gordon Morewood, Michael Rosenbloom, Al Solina, associate editors.
    Summary: This concise book meets the market need for an accessible and up-to-date guide on understanding and managing cardiac anesthesia patients. It reflects the continual evolution of the very complex field of cardiac anesthesia. Organized into 10 sections, beginning chapters comprehensively examine the foundational concepts of cardiovascular function. The book then functions as a practical guide for clinical settings, including patient evaluation, operating room and anesthetic management, and postoperative care. Each chapter is authored by experienced cardiac anesthesiologists and many are supplemented by high quality, images, videos and tables. Written for the student, trainee, and junior cardiac anesthesiologist, Cardiac Anesthesia: The Basics of Evaluation and Management covers the core concepts needed to treat the cardiac surgery patient and to the skillset needed to succeed in this field.

    Chapter 01 Basic Cardiovascular Anatomy
    Chapter 02 Basic Cardiovascular Physiology
    Chapter 03 Basic cardiovascular pharmacology
    Chapter 04 Basic ECG and Common Arrhythmias for the Cardiac Surgery Patient
    Chapter 05 Preoperative evaluation and risk assessment for the cardiac surgery patient
    Chapter 06 A Guide to Interpreting Preoperative Cardiac Studies
    Chapter 07 Medically optimizing the cardiac surgical patient
    Chapter 08 Cardiac Operating Room Setup and Preparation of the Patient for Surgery
    Chapter 09 Intraoperative Hemodynamic monitoring for the cardiac surgery patient
    Chapter 10 The fundamentals of Transthoracic Echocardiography (TTE) and the Focused Assessment with Sonography in Trauma (FAST) examination
    Chapter 11 Common Pathophysiologic Findings on TTE and FAST Examination
    Chapter 12 The Fundamentals of Transesophageal Echocardiography
    Chapter 13 Fundamentals of Cardiopulmonary Bypass Machine Equipment and Technique
    Chapter 14 Myocardial Preservation During Cardiopulmonary Bypass
    Chapter 15 Blood Conservation in Cardiac Surgery
    Chapter 16 Anesthetic Management During Cardiopulmonary Bypass
    Chapter 17 Weaning from Cardiopulmonary Bypass and Management of Difficulties
    Chapter 18 Anesthetic management for Conventional myocardial revascularization
    Chapter 19 Anesthetic management AND Surgical Considerations for the Patient Undergoing Off-Pump Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting
    Chapter 20 Anaesthesia for endovascular Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm repair (TEVAR)
    Chapter 21 Anesthetic management for valvular heart disease
    Chapter 22 Anesthetic Management for Thoracic Aortic Procedures
    Chapter 23 Anesthetic Management for Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery
    Chapter 24 Anesthetic management for heart failure and Transplantation
    Chapter 25 Anesthetic management for Pulmonary Thromoendarterectomy
    Chapter 26 The Complications of Cardiac Surgery
    Chapter 27 Anesthesia for cardioversion and cardiac ablation procedures
    Chapter 28 Anesthesia for Watchman procedure
    Chapter 29 Anesthesia for TAVR procedure
    Chapter 30 Anesthetic Considerations for Transcatheter Mitral Valve Repair with the MitraClip Device
    Chapter 31 Anesthesia for Laser Lead Extraction
    Chapter 32 Understanding Devices in the cardiac operating room
    Chapter 33 Anaesthesia for endovascular aortic Aneurysm repair (EVAR)
    Chapter 34 Anesthesia for Open Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm
    Chapter 35 Anesthesia for Lower Extremity Bypass
    Chapter 36 Anesthesia for Carotid Endarterectomy
    Chapter 37 Anesthesia considerations for upper extremity arteriovenous fistulas
    Chapter 38 Post-Operative Care for The Adult Cardiac Surgery Patient.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
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    Marc Vives, Alberto Hernandez, editors.
    Summary: This book provides a practical approach to cardiac perioperative care. The step-by-step format guides readers from basic concepts, such as cardiac physiology and pharmacology, to anesthetic management of specific cardiac surgical procedures, including cardiac percutaneous interventions, management of specific cardiac disease, circulatory support, and organ protection strategies. Written by experienced cardiac anesthesiologists in Europe, USA, Canada and Australia, this book provides an international perspective on the topic with each chapter referring the reader to the relevant key reading. Cardiac Anesthesia and Postoperative Care in the 21st Century is aimed at new consultants in cardiac anesthesia and intensive care, residents, and fellows. It may also be of interest to perfusionists and is a refreshing update for the experienced cardiac anesthesiologist.

    Part 1: Basic Concepts
    Anatomy and pathology of the heart
    Cardiovascular physiology
    Cardiovascular pharmacology
    Preoperative assesment and decisions based in test
    Monitoring for cardiac surgery
    Cardiopulmonary bypass
    Pacemaker and other implantable devices
    Hemostasia and coagulation monitoring: Tromboelastogram, ROTEM and platelets mapping
    Part 2: Intraoperative Management
    General principles of anesthesia for adult cardiac surgery
    Fluid management and blood transfusion
    Cardiac electrophysiological interventions
    Myocardial revascularization
    Valvular surgery
    Interventional cardiac procedures
    Aortic arch surgery
    Adult congenital heart disease
    Heart transplantation
    Intra-aortic balloon pump and mechanical circulatory support
    Part 3: Postoperative Care
    Basic concepts of critical care following cardiac surgery
    Issues related to the type of surgery
    Sedation, pain relief and respiratory weaning
    Hemodynamic complications
    Acute kidney injury & management
    Neurocognitive dysfunction and delirium
    Cardiac arrest and post-cardiac arrest management
    Management of mechanical circulatory support
    Management of heart transplant
    Infections and management.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
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    [edited by] John D. Wasnick, Alina Nicoara ; illustrations by Jill K. Gregory ; electronic media by Alina Nicoara, David Kramer, Sanford Littwin.
    Summary: "An essential resource for anesthesiologists new to the cardiac operating room Cardiac Anesthesia and Transesophageal Echocardiography, Second Edition is a fast and effective way for anesthesia trainees to acquire the skills necessary to successfully navigate the cardiac operating room. Clinically focused, this unique guide imparts the basic principles of both cardiac anesthesia and echocardiography in a way that reflects the realities of real-world practice. Whether you are looking for a concise, easy-to-read introduction to cardiac anesthesiology or a primer on incorporating the basic principles of cardiac anesthesiology and perioperative echocardiography into real-world practice, Cardiac Anesthesia and Transesophageal Echocardiography is the trusted one-stop guide to mastery of these two critical topics. This edition includes online access to nearly 100 narrated, labeled TEE clips that illustrate normal and abnormal echocardiographic views. Each clip is keyed to a specific passage in the text, which provides the reader with a true multimedia learning experience"-- Provided by publisher.

    Introduction to Perioperative Echocardiography
    Chapter 1: Preoperative Evaluation of the Heart Surgery Patient
    Chapter 2: Hemodynamics and Cardiac Anesthesia
    Chapter 3: Perioperative Rhythm Abnormalities
    Chapter 4: Routine Cardiac Surgery and Anesthesia
    Chapter 5: The Complicated Patient for Cardiac Anesthesia and Surgery
    Chapter 6: Aortic Valve Disease
    Chapter 7: Mitral Valve Disease
    Chapter 8: Right Heart Valves and Function
    Chapter 9: Anesthesia for Repair of Diseases of Thoracic Aorta
    Chapter 10: Hypertrophic Obstructive Cardiomyopathy and Cardiac Masses
    Chapter 11: Ventricular Assist Devices and Heart Transplantation
    Chapter 12: Anesthesia for Patients With Congenital Heart Disease
    Chapter 13: Off-Pump, Robotic, and Minimally Invasive Heart Surgery
    Chapter 14: The Postoperative Care of the Cardiac Surgery Patient
    Chapter 15: Anesthesia for Electrophysiology, Hybrid, and Catheterization Procedures
    Chapter 16: Coagulopathy, Bleeding, and Cardiac Anesthesia Emergencies
    Chapter 17: Cardiopulmonary Bypass.
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    A.S. Kibos, Bradley P. Knight, Vidal Essebag, Steven B. Fishberger, Mark Slevin, Ion C. Tintoiu, editors.
    Summary: The past 50 years have witnessed the growth and evolution of clinical electrophysiology from a field whose goals were simply to understand of the mechanisms of arrhythmia to one of significant therapeutic impact. The development and refinement of implantable devices and catheter ablation have made non-pharmacological therapy a treatment of choice for most arrhythmias encountered in clinical practice. Cardiac Arrhythmias: From Basic Mechanism To State-of-the-Art Management provides an electrophysiologic approach to arrhythmias predicated on the hypothesis that a better understanding of the mechanisms of arrhythmias will lead to more successful and rationally chosen therapy. It encompasses the anatomy of arrhythmias, diagnostic methods, comorbid diseases, and the treatment of all forms of cardiac arrhythmias. It discusses modern ablation and mapping techniques, while reviews the methodology required to define the mechanism and site of origin of arrhythmias, so that safe and effective therapy can be chosen. It will thus be of interest to all involved in the management of these patients, from clinical cardiac electrophysiologists themselves to clinical cardiologists, interventionalists, cardiac surgeons, emergency medicine physicians and researchers in basic cardiac science.

    1. Anatomy and Physiology of the Atrioventricular Node: Basic Concepts / Ambrose S. Kibos and Blanca F. Calinescu
    2. Anatomy and Physiology of the Atrioventricular Node: What Do We Know Today? / Hidekazu Miyazaki
    3. Molecular Basis of Arrhythmias Associated with the Cardiac Conduction System / Sunil Jit R.J. Logantha, Andrew J. Atkinson, Mark R. Boyett, and Halina Dobrzynski
    4. Functional Anatomy in Arrhythmias and Vascular Support of the Conduction System / Cristian Stătescu, Radu A. Sascău, and Cătălina Arsenescu Georgescu
    5. Autonomic Control of Cardiac Arrhythmia / Kieran E. Brack and G. André Ng
    6. Neural Mechanisms of Arrhythmia / Hyung-Wook Park and Jeong-Gwan Cho
    7. Understanding the Genetic Basis of Atrial Fibrillation: Towards a Pharmacogenetic Approach for Arrhythmia Treatment / Jason D. Roberts and Michael H. Gollob
    8. Importance of Isthmus Structure in the Right Atrium / Jiunn-Lee Lin, Ling-Ping Lai, Liang-Yu Lin, Chia-Ti Tsai, and Chih-Chieh Yu
    9. Channelopathies and Heart Disease / Bogdan Amuzescu, Bogdan Istrate, and Sorin Musat
    10. Late Open Artery Hypothesis and Cardiac Electrical Stability / Craig Steven McLachlan, Brett Hambly, and Mark McGuire
    11. The Clinical Utility of 12-Lead Resting ECG in the Era of Ablation Strategies / Jang-Ho Bae, Taek-Geun Kwon, and Ki-Hong Kim
    12. Long-Term ECG (Holter) Monitoring and Head-Up Tilt Test / Santosh Kumar Dora
    13. Echocardiography in Arrhythmias / Ioan Tiberiu Nanea
    14. Electrophysiologic Testing and Cardiac Mapping / Mitsunori Maruyama and Teppei Yamamoto
    15. How to Differentiate Between AVRT, AT, AVNRT, and Junctional Tachycardia Using the Baseline ECG and Intracardiac Tracings / Sharon Shen and Bradley P. Knight
    16. Recognizing the Origin of Ventricular Premature Depolarization During Sinus Rhythm and During Non- sustained Tachycardia / Seow Swee-Chong
    17. Detection and Management of Atrial Fibrillation in Patients with Stroke or TIA in Clinical Practice / Jerzy Krupinski, Jorge de Francisco, and Sonia Huertas
    18. Ventricular Arrhythmias During Acute Myocardial Ischemia/Infarction: Mechanisms and Management / Theofilos M. Kolettis
    19. Arrhythmias and Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy / Krishnakumar Nair, Douglas Cameron, Gil Moravsky, and Jagdish Butany
    20. Lai Tai, the Mysterious Death of Young Thai Men / Gumpanart Veerakul, Lertlak Chaothawee, Kriengkrai Jirasirirojanakorn, and Koonlawee Nademanee
    21. Cardiac Arrest Arrhythmias / Riccardo Proietti, Jacqueline Joza, Florea Costea, Mihai Toma, Dan Mănăstireanu, and Vidal Essebag
    22. Electrical Storm: Recent Advances / Mitsunori Maruyama and Teppei Yamamoto
    23. Electrical Storm: Clinical Management / Sofia Metaxa, Spyridon Koulouris, and Antonis S. Manolis
    24. Cellular Pharmacology of Cardiac Automaticity and Conduction: Implications in Antiarrhythmic Drug Assessment / Gary Aistrup
    25. Biophysical and Molecular Targets / Mark Slevin, Michael Carroll, Chris Murgatroyd, and Garry McDowell
    26. Proarrhythmia (Secondary) / Debabrata Dash
    27. Connexin-43 Expression: A Therapeutic Target for the Treatment of Ventricular Tachycardia / Craig Steven McLachlan, Zakaria Ali Moh Almsherqi, Brett Hambly, and Mark McGuire
    28. Biophysics of Modern Ablation Techniques and Their Limitations / Erik Wissner and Andreas Metzner
    29. Cardiac Imaging to Assist Complex Ablation Procedures / Alejandro Jimenez Restrepo and Timm M. Dickfeld
    30. AVNRT Ablation: Significance of Anatomic Findings and Nodal Physiology Félix Ayala-Paredes, Jean-Francois Roux, and Mariano Badra Verdu
    31. Mechanisms of Atrial Fibrillation / Rishi Arora and Hemantha K. Koduri
    32. Importance of Left Atrial Imaging in Catheter Ablation of Atrial Fibrillation / Seil Oh, Youngjin Cho, and Eue-Keun Choi
    33. Atrial Fibrillation Ablation: From Guidelines to Clinical Reality / Joseph M. Lee and Steven M. Markowitz
    34. Atrial Fibrillation: Should Cardiac Surgeons Be Consulted? / Max Baghai, Randolph H.L. Wong, Innes Y.P. Wan, and Malcolm John Underwood
    35. Atrial Arrhythmias After AF Ablation: Challenge for the Next Decade? / Tamás Tahin and Gábor Széplaki
    36. Cavotricuspid Isthmus Anatomy Particularities in Atrial Flutter Ablation / Liviu Chiriac, Gabriel Cristian, Romi Bolohan, and Ion C. Ţintoiu
    37. Location of Accessory Pathways in WPW: What and How Should We Ablate / Bieito Campos, Xavier Viñolas, José M. Guerra, Concepción Alonso, and Enrique Rodríguez
    38. VT Ablation Importance of Linear Lesions and Late Potentials / Cristiano Pisani, Sissy Lara Melo, Carina Hardy, and Mauricio Scanavacca
    39. Programmed Stimulation During Mapping and Ablation of VT / Yaariv Khaykin
    40. Catheter Ablation in Pediatric and Congenital Heart Disease / Steven B. Fishberger
    41. Interventional Electrophysiology in Patients with Congenital Heart Disease / Sissy Lara Melo, Cristiano Pisani, Eduardo Sosa, and Mauricio Scanavacca
    42. Epicardial Mapping and Ablation of Cardiac Arrhythmias / Robert Lemery
    43. Robotic Ablation in Electrophysiology / Ferdi Akca, Lara Dabiri, and Tamas Szili-Torok
    44. Strategies for Restoring Cardiac Synchrony by Cardiac Pacing / Gabriel Cristian, Ecaterina Bontas, Liviu Chiriac, Silviu Ionel Dumitrescu, and Ion C. Ţintoiu
    45. Device Therapy for Bradycardias / Chung-Wah Siu and Hung-Fat Tse
    46. Pacemaker Dependence After Atrioventricular Node Ablation / Joseph Yat-Sun Chan and Cheuk-Man Yu
    47. Pacing Site: From Theory to Practice / Cristian Stătescu and Cătălina Arsenescu Georgescu
    48. Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators in the Pediatric and Congenital Heart Population / Steven B. Fishberger
    49. Sensing Issues in CRT Devices / Giuseppe Stabile, Assunta Iuliano, and Roberto Ospizio
    50. Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy: Do Benefits Justify the Costs and Are They Sustained Over the Long Term? / Chin-Pang Chan and Cheuk-Man Yu
    51. Complications of Cardiac Implantable Electronic Devices (CIED) / Sorin Pescariu and Raluca Sosdean
    52. Peri-device Implantation Anticoagulation Management: Evidence and Clinical Implications / Alexander Omelchenko, Martin Bernier, David Birnie, and Vidal Essebag.
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    Eric N. Prystowsky, George J. Klein, James P. Daubert.
    Summary: Like the first edition, this book represents our personal approach to patients with cardiac arrhythmias. Nonetheless, it would be unrealistic to expect 3 electrophysiologists to have entirely uniform approaches to diagnosis and therapy. Hence, the primary author's views in individual chapters prevailed when there were minor differences in approach. Each of us reviewed all the chapters and made recommendations for change. In the end, we did not feel there were any substantial differences in our approach to patient care and were comfortable in signing off on the total content.

    Part I: Basic Electrocardiographic Observations and Clinical Electrophysiologic Correlates
    Chapter 1: Cardiac Conduction
    Chapter 2: Electrocardiographic Consequences of Atrial and Ventricular Ectopy
    Chapter 3: Bundle Branch Block
    Chapter 4: Apparent Paradoxical Conduction
    Chapter 5: Mechanisms of Tachycardia
    Part II: Arrhythmias
    Chapter 6: Supraventricular Tachycardia
    Chapter 7: Preexcitation Syndromes
    Chapter 8: Ventricular Tachycardia
    Chapter 9: Atrial Fibrillation
    Chapter 10: Bradycardia: Causes of Pauses
    Part III: Clinical Presentations
    Chapter 11: Electrocardiographic Abnormalities in Asymptomatic Individuals
    Chapter 12: Narrow QRS Tachycardia
    Chapter 13: Wide QRS Tachycardia
    Chapter 14: Undiagnosed Syncope, Dizzy Spells, Palpitations
    Chapter 15: Sudden Cardiac Arrest/Sudden Cardiac Death
    Part IV: Methods and Therapy
    Chapter 16: Electrophysiologic Testing and Diagnostic Maneuvers
    Chapter 17: Catheter Ablation of Supraventricular Tachycardias
    Chapter 18: Catheter Ablation of Ventricular Tachyarrhythmias
    Chapter 19: Cardiac Implantable Electronic Devices.
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    edited by Peter Kowey, Jonathan P. Piccini, Gerald Naccarelli, James A. Reiffel.
    Summary: This book provides up-to-date, user-friendly and comprehensive guidance on the evaluation, diagnosis, and medical and surgical treatment of cardiac arrhythmias. This ensures that that this title aids every trainee and practicising cardiologist, cardiac electrophysiologist, cardiac surgeon, vascular surgeon, diabetologist, cardiac radiologist and any physician who manages cardiac patients. Cardiovascular Medicine: Cardiac Arrhythmias, Pacing and Sudden Death covers every aspect of cardiac arrhythmias, from cardiac signs and symptoms through imaging and the genetic basis for disease to surgery, interventions, treatment and preventive cardiology. This coverage is presented with consistent chapter organization, clear design, and engaging text that includes user-friendly features such as tables, lists and treatment boxes.

    Basic Electrophysiology
    Pathophysiology of Atrial Fibrillation
    Genomics of cardiac arrhythmias
    Channelopathies: Clinical Presentation and Genetics.-Extended ECG monitoring
    Sudden Cardiac Death: Methods of Risk Prediction
    Electrophysiologic Testing and Cardiac Mapping
    Antiarrhythmic Drug Management of Atrial Fibrillation
    Anticoagulants for atrial fibrillation
    Cardiac pacemakers
    Implantable and Wearable Defibrillator Therapy
    Atrial Fibrillation Ablation
    Ventricular Tachycardia Ablation
    Supraventricular Tachycardia
    Clinical Management of Atrial Fibrillation
    Ventricular Tachycardia and Fibrillation in Patients with Structural Heart Disease
    Ventricular Arrhythmias in the Absence of Structural Heart Disease
    Bradyarrhythmias/heart blocks
    Syncope and Risk of Sudden Death
    Management of Ventricular Arrhtyhmias in Nonischemic Cardiomyopathic Syndromes
    Arrhythmias in Congenital Heart Disease
    Arrhythmias in Special Populations.
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    Igor R. Efimov, Fu Siong Ng, Jacob I. Laughner, editors.
    Summary: The updated and expanded second edition of this book presents a contemporary review of the basic science, engineering technology, and clinical practice of cardiac bioelectric therapy. It covers the rapidly expanding technological development of pacemakers and defibrillators as well as ablative therapy, electrophysiological mapping, and other clinical diagnostic and therapeutic breakthroughs. The book highlights many different aspects of bioelectric therapy, including history, biophysical and computational concepts, basic electrophysiology studies, engineering technology advances, and clinical perspectives. In this revised edition, leading clinical and basic electrophysiologists share their perspectives on the science behind the mechanisms of cardiac arrhythmias; breakthrough technologies for scientific and clinical investigation of heart rhythm disorders; theoretical conceptualization of arrhythmias and treatment using state-of-the-art computational approaches; and novel approaches to treatment of cardiac arrhythmias using implantable devices, percutaneous ablation therapies, machine learning, and other approaches. The Second Edition of Cardiac Bioelectric Therapy is an essential resource for physicians, residents, fellows, and graduate students in clinical cardiac electrophysiology, cardiology, and cardiac surgery as well as researchers, professionals, and students in biomedical, mechanical, and electrical engineering.
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    Alan S. Maisel, Allan S. Jaffe, editors.
    Part I. Ischemic Heart Disease
    1. Pre-analytical factors and analytical issues affecting interpretation of cardiovascular biomarkers
    2. Troponin basics for clinicians
    3. Unique aspects of high sensitivity assays: what are they, why do we need them, and how do we use them?
    4. Evaluation of patients presenting with chest pain in the emergency department: where do troponins fit in?
    5. Using cardiac troponins in patients with acute myocardial infarction
    6. What is a Type 2 myocardial infaction: how is it recognized and what should one do to establish that diagnosis?
    7. Use of cardiac troponin in patients with heart failure
    8. Elevated cTn in other acute situations such as atrial fibrillation, sepsis, respiratory failure, and gastrointestinal bleeding
    9. Use of cTn for detection of more chronic disease states
    10. Use of high-sensitive cTn assays for the evaluation of patients potentially at risk for cardiovascular disease
    11. Other biomarkers in acute coronary syndrome
    12. Newer lipid markers: apolipoprotein B, LDL particle concentration, and triglyceride-rich lipoproteins, when are they needed?
    Part II. Heart Failure
    12. Natriuretic peptides: physiology for the clinician
    14. Natriuretic peptides: basic analytic considerations
    15. Natriuretic peptide use in screening in the community
    16. Natriuretic peptide use in the emergency department
    17. Heart failure: natriuretic peptide use in the hospital
    18. Natriuretic peptide guided therapy in outpatient heart failure management
    19. Caveats using natriuretic peptide levels
    20. Gaps in our biomarker armamentarium: what novel biomarkers might be synergistic in patients with acute disease
    21. Biomarkers in heart failure: ST2
    22. Biomarkers in heart failure: procalcitonin
    23. Novel biomarkers in heart failure: adrenomedullin and proenkephalin
    24. Biomarkers in specific disease states: cardio-oncology
    25. Biomarkers of sarcopenia and mitochondrial dysfunction
    26. Biomarkers in arrhythmias, sudden death, and device therapy
    27. Biomarkers in cardio-renal dysfunction
    28. Biomarkers in heart failure with preserved ejection fraction
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    Gianfranco Butera, Massimo Chessa, Andreas Eicken, John Thomson, editors ; forewords by Shakeel Qureshi and Mario Carminati.
    Summary: Congenital cardiology continues to advance at a rapid pace, with recent decades witnessing exceptional growth in the number and range of catheter-based interventions. This handbook is an ideal, up-to-date guide to the application of these procedures across the entire patient age range, from fetal life through to adulthood. Clear instruction is offered on techniques of vascular access, valve dilatation, angioplasty, stent implantation, defect closure, defect creation, pulmonary valve implantation, and the hybrid approach, as well as miscellaneous other procedures. Topics are approached using a step-by-step format, ensuring that the reader will immediately be able to access information relevant to daily practice. Many explanatory figures and drawings are included in each chapter in order to clarify further how to plan, perform, and evaluate diagnostic and interventional procedures in the field of congenital heart disease. Attention is drawn to important tips and tricks that will assist in achieving optimal outcomes. Besides the detailed descriptions of procedures, background information is provided on patient preparation, anesthesia, instrumentation, and hemodynamics. At the end of the book, an appendix includes additional general equations and BSA and oxygen consumption charts. This handbook will be an invaluable tool and a comprehensive companion for all who work in the field of congenital heart disease.

    Section I General
    Section II : Vascular access
    Section III : Step-by-step : Valve dilatation.-Vessels treatment
    Section IV Step-by-step: closure of defects.- Section V Step-by-step: creating a defect.- Section VI Step-by-step: Pulmonary Valve implantation
    Section VII Step-by-step: principles of hybrid approach.- Section VIII Step-by-step: Miscellanea
    Section IX Tables and charts: Appendix.
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    Gianfranco Butera, Massimo Chessa, Andreas Eicken, John Thomson, editors.
    Summary: The second edition of this handbook is an up-to-date guide to the application of catheter-based interventions across the entire age range of congenital heart disease patients, from fetal life through to adulthood. It considers the changes and improvements that have occurred during the last few years in terms of new procedures, new tools and devices (in particular in the field of valves), new imaging and pre-procedural strategies, such as 3D-printing, 3D- rotational angiography and fusion imaging. It provides readers with clear instructions on techniques for vascular access, valve dilatation, angioplasty, stent implantation, defect closure, defect creation, pulmonary valve implantation and on the hybrid approach, as well as on various other procedures. As in the first edition, topics are approached using a step-by-step format, ensuring that readers can immediately access the information relevant to their daily practice. Numerous explanatory figures and drawings are included in each chapter in order to further clarify how to plan, perform and evaluate diagnostic and interventional procedures in the field of congenital heart disease. It also highlights important tips and tricks that will assist health operators in achieving optimal outcomes, and includes an appendix with additional general equations and BSA, and oxygen consumption charts. This practical guide will be a valuable resource for surgeons and cardiologists in their daily clinical practice.

    PART I) GENERAL 1) Informed Consent
    2) Anaesthesiological Management of the Paediatric Patient in the Catheterisation Laboratory
    3) Antibiotics and Anticoagulation
    4) 4) Angiography: Basics and Contrast Media
    5) Angiography: Standard Projections / Radiation Exposure
    6) Catheters and Wires
    7) Balloons
    8) Stents
    9) Transcatheter Valve Devices in Congenital Heart Disease
    10) Adult Tools Relevant For Congenital Heart Disease
    11) Hemodynamic Assessment: Pressures, Flow, Resistances and Vasoreactive Testing
    12) Congenital Heart Disease: An Integrated Care Approach
    PART II) VASCULAR ACCESS 13) The Usual Vascular Access
    14) Unusual Access
    15) Hemostasis
    16) Access Complications and Management
    17) Transseptal Access
    18) Hybrid Accesses
    PART III) FETAL PROCEDURES 19) Fetal Interventions
    21) Pulmonary Valvular Stenosis
    22) Pulmonary Atresia and Intact Venreicular Septum
    23) Percutaneous Transcatheter Balloon Mitral Commissurotomy
    PART V) STEP-BY-STEP PROCEDURES: VESSEL TREATMENT 24) Stent Implantation in Patients with Pulmonary Arterial Stenosis
    25) Aortic Coarctation
    26) The Role of Transcatheter Interventions in Middle Aortic Syndrome
    27) Reopening of Peripheral and Central Arteries and Veins
    28) PDA Stenting in Duct-dependent Pulmonary Circulation
    29) PDA Stenting in Duct-dependent Systemic Circulation
    PART VI) STEP-BY-STEP PROCEDURES: CLOSING OR CREATING A DEFECT 30) Step-by-step Closure of Atrial Septal Defects (ASDs)
    31) Step-by-step Device Closure of Persistent Foramen Ovale (PFO)
    32) Fontan Fenestrations Closure
    33) Ventricular Septal Defect
    34) Patent Ductus Arteriosus Closure
    35) Percutaneous Closure of PDA in Premature Babies
    36) Closure of Coronary Arterial Fistulas
    37) Vessel Embolization: Transcatheter Embolization of Pulmonary Arteriovenous Malformations and Aortopulmonary Collateral Arteries
    38) Closure of Residual Post-surgical Defects
    39) ASD Closure in Special Situations: Elderly, PA-IVS
    40) Creating an Interatrial Communication
    41) Transcatheter Correction of the Superior Sinus Venosus ASD
    PART VII) STEP-BY-STEP PROCEDURES: VALVE IMPLANTATION 42) Melody Valve Implantation in Pulmonary Position
    43) SAPIEN XT Valve Implantation in the Pulmonary Position
    44) Percutaneous Tricuspid Valve Implantation
    45) Novel Self-Expanding Pulmonary Valves and Devices
    46) Approaches to Large or Complex Right Ventricular Outflow Tract
    PART VIII) STEP-BY-STEP PROCEDURES: PRINCIPLES OF HYBRID APPROACH 47) Hybrid Approach in Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS)
    48) Hybrid Approach: Defect Closure
    49) Hybrid Approach: Stent Implantation
    51) Pericardiocentesis
    52) Endomyocardial Biopsies
    53) Evaluations Before Partial and Total Cavopulmonary Connections
    54) Hemodynamics in Pericardial and Myocardial Diseases
    55) Imaging and Treating Coronary Arteries in Children
    56) Transcatheter Treatments in PA-VSD-MAPCAs
    57) Stenting of the Right Ventricular Outflow Tract as Initial Palliation for Fallot-Type Lesions
    PART X) IMAGING TECHNIQUES 58) The Use of 3D Rotational Angiography in Congenital Heart Disease
    59) Intracardiac Echocardiography
    60) Three Dimensional Transoesophageal Echocardiography in Diagnosis and Transcatheter Treatment of Congenital Cardiac Defects
    61) 3D Mapping Live Integration and Overlay of 3D Data from MRI and CT for Improved Guidance of Interventional Cardiac Therapy
    62) 3D Printing and Engineering Tools Relevant to Plan a Transcatheter Procedure
    63) Development of a Quality Improvement Culture in the Congenital Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory
    64) Quality Improvement Tools and Risk Mitigation in the Congenital Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory
    65) Hemodynamic Formulae, Calculations and Charts.
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    Marc Dewey.
    Summary: Cardiac computed tomography (CT) has become a highly accurate diagnostic modality that continues to attract increasing attention. This extensively illustrated book aims to assist the reader in integrating cardiac CT into daily clinical practice, while also reviewing its current technical status and applications. Clear guidance is provided on the performance and interpretation of imaging using the latest technology, which offers greater coverage, better spatial resolution, and faster imaging while also providing functional information about cardiac diseases. The specific features of scanners from all four main vendors, including those that have only recently become available, are presented. Among the wide range of applications and issues discussed are coronary calcium scoring, coronary artery bypass grafts, stents, and anomalies, cardiac valves and function, congenital and acquired heart disease, and radiation exposure. Upcoming clinical uses of cardiac CT, such as hybrid imaging, preparation and follow-up after valve replacement, electrophysiology applications, myocardial perfusion and fractional flow reserve assessment, and plaque imaging, are also explored.

    Technical and Personnel Requirements
    Cardiac CT in Clinical Practice
    Clinical Indications
    Patient Preparation
    Physics Background and Radiation Exposure
    Examination and Reconstruction
    Examinations on Different CT Scanners
    Reading and Reporting
    Coronary Artery Calcium
    Coronary Artery Bypass Grafts
    Coronary Artery Stents
    Coronary Artery Plaques
    Cardiac Function
    Cardiac Valves
    Transcatheter Aortic Valve Interventions
    Pulmonic Valve Implantation, Mitral Valve Repair, and Left Atrial Appendage Closure
    Myocardial Perfusion and Fractional Flow Reserve
    Hybrid Imaging
    Electrophysiology Interventions
    Coronary Artery Anomalies
    Congenital and Acquired Heart Disease
    Typical Clinical Examples
    Results of Clinical Studies
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    Zheng-yu Jin, Bin Lu, Yining Wang, editors.
    Summary: Over the past few decades there have been major advances in computed tomography (CT) to improve the performance of cardiac imaging. Thanks to the improved scanning speed, power boost tubes, and increased-width detectors, the latest CT technology delivers greater coverage, better spatial and temporal resolution, and functional information on cardiac diseases. Focusing on cardiac CT imaging, this book offers case-based information on cardiac diseases, presents the current technical status, and highlights applications, helping readers systematically understand how cardiac CTs are performed and interpreted in clinical practice. Divided into six chapters, it broadly discusses the characteristics of CT imaging and its applications to coronary artery disease (CAD); non-atherosclerotic coronary artery disease; congenital heart disease; cardiac neoplasms; cardiomyopathy and aortic diseases.

    Reversible myocardial ischemia
    Myocardial infarction
    Coronary artery stent implantation
    Coronary artery in-stent restenosis
    Dual-energy evaluation of high calcium score (>400) coronary artery
    Dual-energy evaluation of coronary artery stent
    Coronary artery bypass grafting
    Familial Hypercholesterolemia (FH)
    Takayasu's arteritis
    Kawasaki disease (KD)
    Behcets disease (BD)
    Fibromuscular Dysplasia
    Coronary artery origin anomalies (CAOA)
    Coronary artery fistula (CAF)
    Endocardial cushion defect (ECD)
    Aortopulmonary window (APW)
    Anomalous pulmonary venous connection (APVC)
    Cor triatriatum
    Double outlet right ventricle (DORV)
    Atrial septal defect (ASD)
    Ventricular septal defect (VSD)
    Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA)
    Tetralogy of fallot (TOF)
    Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM)
    Dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM)
    Restrictive cardiomyopathy (RCM)
    Left ventricular noncompaction (LVNC).
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    Farhood Saremi, editor.
    Summary: This book is a state-of-the art reference that presents computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance (MR) cardiac imaging for the diagnosis and treatment planning of adult congenital heart disease (ACHD). It highlights the advantages of CT and MR in the management of ACHD, focusing on the complementary collaboration between these two modalities where possible. CT and MR aids in the evaluation of cardiac anatomy and function, leading to the demonstration of the full spectrum of abnormalities in complex cardiac malformations and the discovery of anomalous pathologies missed by other imaging techniques.

    1. Classification and Epidemiology
    2. Embryology
    3. Cardiac MRI Examination: An Overview
    4. Magnetic Resonance Angiography
    5. Principles of CT Imaging
    Echocardiographic Imaging in Adult Congenital Heart Disease
    6. Echocardiographic Imaging in Adult Congenital Heart Disease
    7. Right Ventricle Outflow Tract
    8. Left Ventricular Outflow Tract
    9. Repaired Tetralogy of Fallot
    10. Transposition of the Great Arteries
    11. Univentricular Heart
    12. Visceroatrial Situs in Congenital Heart Disease
    13. Cardiac Shunts: ASD, VSD, PDA
    14. Atrioventricular Septal Defects
    15. Ebstein Anomaly
    16. Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
    17. The Right Myocardium
    18. CT in Pediatric Congenital Heart Disease
    19. Surgical Considerations in Adult Patients with Congenital Heart Disease
    20. MRI in Repaired Congenital Heart Disease
    21. Cardiac CT and MR Evaluation of the Adult Fontan Patient
    22. Transcatheter Interventions in Adult Congenital Heart Disease
    23. Virtual Surgery in Congenital Heart Disease
    24. Aortic Arch Anomalies
    25. Pulmonary Hypertension in Congenital Heart Disease
    26. Congenital Thoracic Venous Anomalies
    27. Coronary Artery Anomalies
    28. Coronary Veins
    29. Congenital Pericardial Anomalies
    30. Extracardiac Complications
    31. Cardiac MR in Patients with Implantable Arrhythmia Devices.
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    Matthew Budoff and Jerold Shinbane, editors.
    Summary: This book collates the current knowledge in cardiovascular CT and presents this in a clinically relevant and practical format appropriate for all who use the modality. The field has experienced continued rapid evolution due to advances in technology, the expanded spectrum of cardiovascular applications and significant growth in published data. As increasing numbers have access to CT scanners, Cardiac CT Imaging: Diagnosis of Cardiovascular Disease, Third Edition provides all the relevant information on the use of this modality. This extensive revision of this well-respected textbook brings the reader up-to-date with the technique, with chapters supplied by an experienced set of contributing authors and representing the full spectrum of cardiac CT. It thus represents an essential purchase for those preparing for board examinations, all training to use this modality, and those already using cardiovascular CT on a day-to-day basis who want to stay current.

    Computed Tomography: Overview
    Cardiovascular Computed Tomography: Current and Future Scanning System Design
    Radiation Safety: Radiation Dosimetry and CT Dose Reduction Techniques
    Assessment of Cardiovascular Calcium: Interpretation, Prognostic Value, and Relationship to Lipids and Other Cardiovascular Risk Factors
    Natural History and Impact of Interventions on Coronary Calcium
    The Aorta and Great Vessels
    Methodology for CCTA Image Acquisition
    Post processing and Reconstruction Techniques for the Coronary Arteries
    CTA Large Scale Trials
    Coronary CT Angiography: Native Vessels
    Coronary Angiography After Revascularization
    Assessment of Cardiac Structure and Function by Computed Tomography Angiography
    Perfusion and Delayed Enhancement Imaging
    Pericardial/Myocardial Disease Processes
    Computed Tomography Evaluation in Valvular Heart Disease
    Assessment of Cardiac and Thoracic Masses
    CT Angiography of the Peripheral Arteries
    Aortic, Renal, and Carotid CT Angiography
    Assessment of Pulmonary Vascular Disease
    Comparative Use of Radionuclide Stress Testing, Coronary Artery Calcium Scanning, and Noninvasive Coronary Angiography for Diagnostic and Prognostic Cardiac Assessment
    Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Overview of Clinical Applications
    Computed Tomographic Angiography in the Assessment of Congenital Heart Disease
    CT Imaging: Cardiac Electrophysiology Applications
    An Interventionalist's Perspective: Diagnosis of Cardiovascular Disease
    CCTA: Cardiothoracic Surgery Applications
    Cardiac CT in the Emergency Room
    Orientation and Approach to Cardiovascular Images.
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    M. Gabriel Khan.
    Summary: This book is an essential guide to the medical treatment of the cardiac patient and presents core principles of cardiovascular therapeutics as well as drug recommendations. Major classes of drugs are featured, including beta-blockers, ACE inhibitors, calcium antagonists, diuretics, and antiplatelet agents and unique insights into the controversies surrounding the use of specific drugs are explored, with answers given to the question: do beta blockers and diuretics really cause diabetes? Properties, dosage, side effects, potential salutary benefits, and drawbacks on virtually all commercially available cardiac drugs are examined. This revised edition is thoroughly updated and addresses the entire spectrum of heart disorders, such as hypertension, angina, myocardial infarction, heart failure, arrhythmias, cardiac arrest, and dyslipidemias. New chapters include endocrine heart diseases, management of cardiomyopathies, and newer agents. In addition, topics such as cardiac drugs in pregnancy and lactation and drug interactions are covered. Cardiac Drug Therapy, Eighth Edition, is an authoritative and clinically relevant resource for cardiologists, cardiology fellows, and internists.

    Beta-Blockers: The Cornerstone of Cardiac Drug Therapy
    Beta-Blocker Controversies
    Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibitors and Angiotensin II Receptor Blockers
    ACE Inhibitor Controversies
    Calcium Antagonists (Calcium Channel Blockers)
    Calcium Antagonist Controversies
    Hypertension Controversies
    Acute Myocardial Infarction
    Heart Failure
    Heart Failure Controversies
    Management of Cardiac Arrhythmias
    Cardiac Arrest
    Management of Infective Endocarditis
    Endocrine Heart Diseases
    Antiplatelet Agents, Anticoagulants, Factor XA Inhibitors, Thrombin Inhibitors
    Cardiac Drugs During Pregnancy and Lactation
    Effects of Drug Interactions
    Hallmark Clinical Trials
    Management of Cardiomyopathies
    Newer Agents.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
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    Karen Sliwa, John Anthony, editors.
    Summary: In the western world, the risk of cardiovascular disease in pregnancy has grown due to the increasing age at the first pregnancy and the worldwide obesity epidemic leading to early diabetes and hypertension. As a result more women are requiring drug therapy during pregnancy and some data has shown an altered pharmacodynamic profile in pregnant women when compared to the non-pregnant population. Cardiac Drugs in Pregnancy presents up-to-date research for the treatment of cardiovascular disease during pregnancy, and discusses the most important indications of drug usage in pregnancy and postpartum. The book aims to assess the potential risk of drugs and their possible benefit against each other, making it an essential read for a wide range of health professionals involved in cardiac drug therapy in pregnancy.

    General principles and guidelines
    Management of Hypertension
    Management of Heart Failure pre- and postpartum
    Management of coronary artery disease and Arrhythmia
    Anticoagulation in Pregnancy
    Obstetric drugs in the management of Cardiovascular disease.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
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    Milind G. Parikh.
    Summary: This book offers a comprehensive review of clinical cardiac electrophysiology in a question and answer format. Chapters contain over 200 questions divided into 9 chapters, each organized by cardiac electrophysiology topic. Each question is followed by the correct answer with a detailed explanation along with references for further reading. Important concepts are highlighted and supported by over 200 illustrations and high resolution images. The book addresses a broad range of topics that are important when studying for the initial certification or recertification of the clinical cardiac electrophysiology board examination. It is also highly relevant for daily clinical practice in cardiology and cardiac electrophysiology. Topics covered in the book include: Review of basic and clinical cardiac electrophysiology principles associated with cardiac arrhythmias The evaluation and management of patients with cardiac rhythm disorders Review of pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic therapies for the treatment of arrhythmias Clinical indications, fundamental principles and electrical characteristics of implantable cardiac electronic devices such as pacemakers and defibrillators Clinical, electrocardiographic, and electrophysiologic characteristics of specific cardiac arrhythmia syndromes Cardiac Electrophysiology Board Review is a must-have resource for cardiology and cardiac electrophysiology trainees as well as attending physicians preparing for the certification or recertification examination. It may also be a useful guide for cardiologists, cardiac electrophysiologists and all clinicians who wish to further their understanding of heart rhythm disorders. .

    Basic Electrophysiology principles/ ion channels
    Cardiac channelopathies
    Normal cardiac conduction/ Sinoatrial, atrioventricular and His-Purkinge conduction
    Atrial tachycardia and atrial flutter
    Atrial fibrillation
    Supraventricular tachycardia
    Idiopathic ventricular tachycardia
    Ischemic ventricular tachycardia
    Pacemaker and Defibrillator device basics
    Permanent Pacemakers
    Implantable cardioverter defibrillators
    Arrhythmia Syndromes. .
    Digital Access Springer 2022
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    Andrea Natale, Paul J. Wang, Amin Al-Ahmad, N.A. Mark Estes, editors.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
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    [edited by] Douglas P. Zipes, Jose Jalife.
    Summary: Cardiac Electrophysiology: From Cell to Bedside puts the latest knowledge in this subspecialty at your fingertips, giving you a well-rounded, expert grasp of every cardiac electrophysiology issue that affects your patient management. Drs. Zipes, Jalife, and a host of other world leaders in cardiac electrophysiology use a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to guide you through all of the most recent cardiac drugs, techniques, and technologies. Get well-rounded, expert views of every cardiac electrophysiology issue that affects your patient management from preeminent authorities in cardiology, physiology, pharmacology, pediatrics, biophysics, pathology, cardiothoracic surgery, and biomedical engineering from around the world.Visually grasp and easily absorb complex concepts through an attractive full-color design featuring color photos, tables, flow charts, ECGs, and more!
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2014
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    [edited by] Douglas P. Zipes, José Jalife, William G. Stevenson.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2018
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    edited by Riccardo Proietti, Yan Wang, Yan Yao, Guo Qiang Zhong, Shu Lin Wu, Félix Ayala-Paredes.
    Summary: This book reflects how the concern regarding the effects of radiation exposure in patients and health personnel involved in cardiac electrophysiology (EP) has inspired new developments in cardiac electrophysiology procedures without the use of fluoroscopy. This innovative method has become a subspecialty within electrophysioloy with several EP laboratories around the world adopting an exclusive non-fluoroscopy approach. It features guidance on how to use three dimensional (3D) navigation systems, ablation energy sources and zero-fluorospic implantation of cardiac electronic devices. The potential complications and associated preventative methods with utilising RFCA are also described. Cardiac Electrophysiology Without Fluoroscopy offers a thorough description of the technique correlated to the performance of EP procedure without the use of radiation, and provides a valuable resource for those seeking a practically applicable guide on how to perform cardiac EP without fluoroscopy, including practising and trainee electrophysiologists, cardiac imagers, general cardiologists and emergency medicine physicians.

    Clinical Studies of a purely 3D Navigation in Interventional Managements of Tachyarrhythmia
    Radiation exposure and safety for the electrophysiologist
    Ablation Energy Sources-Principles and Utility in Ablation without Fluoroscopy
    3D mapping and reduction in radiation exposure
    Catheter Placement and Model reconstruction
    Learning curve for zero-fluoroscopic procedure
    Atrioventricular Nodal Reentrant Tachycardia (AVNRT) with zero-fluoroscopic procedure
    AV Nodal re-entrant tachycardia ablation without fluoroscopy
    Non-Fluoroscopic Catheter Ablation of Accessory Pathways
    Focal atrial tachycardia
    Ablation of atrial flutter with zero fluoroscopy approach
    Non-Fluoroscopic Catheter Ablation of Atrial Fibrillation
    Non-Fluoroscopic Catheter Ablation of Idiopathic Ventricular Arrhythmias
    Ventricular Tachycardia with Structural Heart Disease
    Reduction on radiation exposure in pediatric population undergoing ablation procedures
    Complications of RFCA and Prevention Method
    Safety of zero-fluroscopic procedure during pregnancy
    Cost optimization when using 3-D mapping systems for a non fluoro EP lab
    Zero-fluoroscopic implantation of cardiac electronic Device
    Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy (CRT) guided by 3D mapping system
    Transesophageal Electrophysiological Study without fluoroscopy.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
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    Ashok P. Sarnaik, Robert D. Ross, Steven E. Lipshultz, Henry L. Walters III, editors.
    Summary: This book is primarily for pediatric and adult emergency room physicians, primary care providers, hospitalists, and nurses. It will also be useful for critical care specialists, cardiologists and trainees at all levels. Cardiac Emergencies in Children describes the pathophysiology of a diverse group of congenital and acquired heart conditions and presents a therapeutic rationale for treating children presenting with these conditions under life-threatening conditions. The book discusses the effects of surgery on hemodynamics and how to manage these effects. Also described are the daily challenges faced by physicians, including identifying a child with heart disease, interpreting chest radiographs, ECGs, and laboratory findings, and beginning appropriate therapies.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
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    Gary D Lopaschuk and Naranjan S. Shalla, editors.
    Part I. Control of Energy Metabolism
    A Primer on Carbohydrate Metabolism in the Heart / Heinrich Taegtmeyer
    Lipoproteins: A Source of Cardiac Lipids / Konstantinos Drosatos and Ira J. Goldberg
    Role of Lipoprotein Lipase in Fatty Acid Delivery to the Heart / Andrea Wan and Brian Rodrigues
    Control of Myocardial Fatty Acid Uptake / Jan F. C. Glatz and Joost J. F. P. Luiken
    Cardiac Energy Metabolism in Heart Failure Associated with Obesity and Diabetes / Gary D. Lopaschuk
    Transcriptional Control of Mitochondrial Biogenesis and Maturation / Rick B. Vega , Teresa C. Leone , and Daniel P. Kelly
    Relationship Between Substrate Metabolism and Cardiac Efficiency / Ellen Aasum
    Acetylation in the Control of Mitochondrial Metabolism and Integrity / Michael N. Sack
    Part II. Alteration in Energy Metabolism
    Adrenergic Control of Cardiac Fatty Acid Oxidation in Diabetes / Vijay Sharma and John H. McNeill
    The Myocardial Creatine Kinase System in the Normal, Ischaemic and Failing Heart / Craig A. Lygate and Stefan Neubauer
    Fuel Metabolism Plasticity in Pathological Cardiac Hypertrophy and Failure / Stephen C. Kolwicz and Rong Tian
    Defects in Mitochondrial Oxidative Phosphorylation in Hearts Subjected to Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury / Vijayan Elimban , Paramjit S. Tappia , and Naranjan S. Dhalla
    The Role of AMPK in the Control of Cardiac Hypertrophy / Nikole J. Byrne, Miranda M. Sung, and Jason R. B. Dyck
    The Role of Incomplete Fatty Acid β-Oxidation in the Development of Cardiac Insulin Resistance / John R. Ussher
    Part III. Optimization of Energy Metabolism
    Metabolic Therapy for the Ischemic Heart / Giacinta Guarini , Alda Huqi , and Mario Marzilli
    Inhibition of Fatty Acid Oxidation to Treat Heart Failure in Patients / Rui Yan , Jin Wei , and Dengfeng Gao
    Cardiac Metabolic Protection for the Newborn Heart / J. Carter Ralphe and Thomas D. Scholz
    Targeting Transcriptional Control of Fatty Acid Oxidation to Treat Heart Disease / Michael A. Portman and Aaron K. Olson.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
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    edited by Eric G. Schmuck, Peiman Hematti, Amish N. Raval.
    Summary: This book on cardiac extracellular matrix (ECM) features three sections, Fundamental Science, Pre-Clinical and Translational Science, and Clinical Applications. In the Fundamental Science section, we will cover the spectrum of basic ECM science from ECM's role in development, biomechanical properties, cardiac ECM influence of cardiomyocyte biology, pathophysiology of ECM in heart disease, and ECM in tissue engineering. Section two, Preclinical and Translational Science, will discuss cardiac ECM technologies in the clinical pipeline including approaches to ECM as a therapeutic, animal models of cardiac research, tracking and imaging methods of cardiac ECM, and cGMP manufacturing and regulatory considerations for ECM based therapeutics. Finally, the third section, Clinical Applications, will highlight the clinical experience around cardiac ECM including therapeutic strategies targeting scar tissue in the heart, clinical trial design and regulatory considerations, current human clinical trials in cardiovascular medicine and the role of pharmaceutical and biotech companies in the commercialization of ECM technologies for cardiovascular indications. This book provides a comprehensive review for basic and translational researchers as well as clinical practitioners and those involved in commercialization, regulatory and entrepreneurial activities.

    Biomechanical properties and mechanobiology of cardiac ECM / Michael Nguyen-Truong, Zhijie Wang
    Imaging the cardiac extracellular matrix / Michael A. Pinkert, Rebecca A. Hortensius, Brenda M. Ogle, Kevin W. Eliceiri
    Animal models and cardiac extracellular matrix research / Timothy A. Hacker
    Applications of cardiac extracellular matrix in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine / Mark C. Daley, Spencer L. Fenn, Lauren D. Black III
    Whole cardiac tissue bioscaffolds / Karis R. Tang-Quan, Nicole A. Mehta, Luiz C. Sampaio, Doris A. Taylor
    Natural sources of extracellular matrix for cardiac repair / Keith L. Spinali, Eric G. Schmuck
    Cardiac extracellular matrix modification as a therapeutic approach / Mikayla L. Hall, Brenda M. Ogle
    Extracellular matrix for myocardial repair / Jenna L. Dziki, Stephen F. Badylak
    Role of extracellular matrix in cardiac cellular therapies / Peiman Hematti
    Regulation of regenerative medicine products / Adrian P. Gee
    Clinical trial design for investigational cardio-regenerative therapy / Amish N. Raval
    Regenerative medicine venturing at the university-industry boundary: implications for institutions, entrepreneurs, and industry / Adam J. Bock, David Johnson.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
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    Ian M.C. Dixon, Jeffrey T. Wigle, editors.
    Cardiac fibrosis and heart failure-- cause or effect?
    Fibroblast activation in the infarcted myocardium
    Mechanical and matrix regulation of valvular fibrosis
    Bone marrow-derived progenitor cells, micro-RNA, and fibrosis
    The stressful life of cardiac myofibroblasts
    Pathogenic origins of fibrosis in the hypertensive heart disease that accompnaies aldosternoism
    Embryological origin of valve progenitor cells
    Diverse cellular origin of valve progenitor cells
    Diverse cellular origins of cardiac fibroblasts
    Non-canonical regulation of TGF-β1 signaling: a role for Ski/Sno and YAP/TAZ
    Molecular mechanisms of smooth muscle and fibroblast phenotype conversions in the failing heart
    Current and future strategies for the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac fibrosis
    Remodelling of the cardiac extracellular matrix: role of collagen degradation and accumulation in pathogenesis of heart failure
    Matrix metalloproteinase 9 (MMP-9)
    Collagen processing and its role in fibrosis
    Mechanisms of cardiac fibrosis and heart failure
    Mathematical simulations of sphingosine-1-phosphate actions on mammalian ventricular myofibroblasts and myocytes
    Extracellular matrix and cardiac disease: surgical and scientific perspectives
    The role or neurohumoral activation in cardiac fibrosis and heart failure
    Natriuretic peptides: critical regulators of cardiac fibroblasts and the extracellular matrix in the heart
    Cardiac tissue engineering for the treatment of heart failure post-infarction
    Mechanisms in cardiac valve failure and the development of tissue engineered heart valves
    Digital Access Springer 2015
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    editors, Joe Y. Hsu, MD, Director of Cardiac CT/MR, Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center, Los Angeles, California, Amar Shah, MD, Assistant Professor, New York Medical College, Valhalla, New York, Jean Jeudy, MD, Associate Professor, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Cardiothoracic Imaging, Department of Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland.
    Summary: "The Core Review Series will be the first and only reference specifically designed for the new exam. This title will consist of approximately 300 questions, in a format similar to the exam with image-rich MCQs. Answers to the questions will be discussed in a concise manner along with explanations of each choice followed by relevant references. Cardiac Imaging: A Core Review will cover questions ranging from basic imaging, normal anatomy, all diseases relative to cardiac imaging, all modalities, and postoperative appearances of devices. Key Features Image-rich review text with 300 questions-includes answers and explanations. On average, each question will have 1-2 corresponding images. Bundled with an Inkling version for interactive and mobile review. High-yield tables embedded in the answers. Answers to the questions with explanations on why a particular answer choice is correct and why the other choices are incorrect"-- Provided by publisher.
    Digital Access Ovid 2016
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    editors, Jean Jeudy, Sachin Malik.
    Summary: "The second edition of the Cardiac Imaging: A Core Review builds on the success of the first edition by covering the essential aspects of cardiac imaging in a manner that serves as a guide for residents to assess their knowledge and review the material in a format that is like the ABR core examination"-- Provided by publisher.

    Basics of Imaging: Radiography, CT, and MR / Nancy Pham, MD, Joe Y. Hsu, MD, Amar B. Shah, MD, MPA, Jean Jeudy, MD, and Sachin Malik, MD
    Normal Anatomy, Including Variants, Encountered on Radiography, CT, and MR./ Joe Y. Hsu, MD, Amar B. Shah, MD, MPA, and Sachin Malik, MD
    Physiologic Aspects of Cardiac Imaging / Amar B. Shah, MD, MPA and Jean Jeudy, MD
    Ischemic Heart Disease / Brian Pogatchnik, MD, Amar B. Shah, MD, MPA, and Sachin Malik, MD
    Cardiomyopathy / Jean Jeudy, MD and Sachin Malik, MD
    Cardiac Masses / Joe Y. Hsu, MD and Jean Jeudy, MD
    Valvular Disease / Jean Jeudy, MD and Sachin Malik, MD
    Pericardial Disease / Alan Ropp, MD, MS, Amar B. Shah, MD, MPA, and Jean Jeudy, MD
    Congenital Heart Disease / Joe Y. Hsu, MD and Jean Jeudy, MD
    Acquired Disease of the Thoracic Aorta and Great Vessels / Joe Y. Hsu, MD, Amar B. Shah, MD, MPA, and Jean Jeudy, MD
    Devices and Postoperative Appearance / Jody Shen, MD, Joe Y. Hsu, MD, Amar B. Shah, MD, MPA, Jean Jeudy, MD, and Sachin Malik, MD.
    Digital Access Ovid 2022
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    Gautham P. Reddy, Robert M. Steiner, Christopher M. Walker.
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    [edited by] Lawrence M. Boxt, Suhny Abbara.
    Introduction to cardiac imaging / Lawrence M. Boxt and Suhny Abbara
    Echocardiography / Kaitlyn My-Tu Lam and Mary Etta E. King
    Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging / Amgad N. Makaryus and Lawrence M. Boxt
    Cardiac computed tomography / Amgad N. Makaryus and Lawrence M. Boxt
    Coronary heart disease / Nagina Malguria and Suhny Abbara
    Myocardium, pericardium, and cardiac tumor / Nagina Malguria, Stephen W. Miller, and Suhny Abbara
    Valvular heart disease / Suhny Abbara and Nagina Malguria
    Thoracic aortic disease / Steven L. Hsu, Sanjeeva Kalva, John G. Santilli, and Stephen W. Miller
    Congenital heart disease / B. Kelly Han, Stephen W. Miller, and Lawrence M. Boxt.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2016
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    Dmitriy Kireyev, Judy Hung, editors.
    Echocardiography-Physics basics
    Chamber quantification
    Valves: AS, AR, MS, MR, TS, TR, PS, PR subchapters
    Artificial valves basics, AS, AR, MS, MR, TS, TR, PS, PR
    Pericardial disease
    Cardiac Masses
    Non-invasive catheterization
    Basic cardiac anomalies
    Ischemic heart disease
    Systemic diseases
    Aortic disease
    Basics of bubble and contrast studies
    SPECT-Basics of SPECT Radioisotopes
    Ischemia work up
    Viability work up
    CT- Technique
    Sample images
    MRI-Basic technique
    Function, Viability
    Masses, CMP, scar, amyloid, HCM images
    Pericardium: inflammation, constriction vs. restriction.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
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    [edited by] David L. Brown.
    Summary: "Using a multidisciplinary, team-oriented approach, this unique title expertly covers all the latest approaches to the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of patients with critical cardiac illness. Led by Dr David L. Brown, a stellar team of authoritative writers guides you through cardiac pathophysiology, disease states presenting in the CICU, and state-of-the-art advanced diagnosis and therapeutic techniques. A visually appealing format, new chapters, and thorough updates ensure that you stay on the cutting edge of this rapidly advancing field"--Publisher's description.

    Section I. Introduction. Evolution of the coronary care unit: past, present, and future
    Ethical issues of care
    Physical examination
    Section II. Scientific foundation of cardiac intensive care. The role of the cardiovascular system in coupling the external environment to cellular respiration
    Regulation of cardiac output
    Coronary physiology and pathophysiology
    Pathophysiology of acute coronary syndromes: plaque rupture and atherothrombosis
    Regulation of hemostasis and thrombosis
    Section III. Coronary artery disease. Acute myocardial infarction
    Diagnosis of acute myocardial infarction
    Use of the electrocardiogram in acute myocardial infarction
    Reperfusion therapies for acute ST- elevation myocardial infarction
    Adjunctive pharmacologic therapies in acute myocardial infarction
    Complications of acute myocardial infarction
    Post-myocardial infarction cardiogenic shock
    Right ventricular infarction
    Mechanical complications of acute myocardial infarction
    Supraventricular and ventricular arrhythmias in acute myocardial infarction
    Conduction disturbances in acute myocardial infarction
    Complications of percutaneous interventional procedures
    Section IV. Noncoronary diseases: diagnosis and management. Acute heart failure and pulmonary edema
    Acute fulminant myocarditis
    Stress (Takotsubo) cardiomyopathy
    Distributive shock
    Cardiorenal syndrome
    Sudden cardiac death
    Diagnosis and treatment of ventricular tachycardia
    Diagnosis and treatment of unstable supraventricular tachycardia
    Acute presentations of valvular heart disease
    Hypertensive emergencies
    Acute aortic syndromes: diagnosis and management
    Acute pericardial disease
    Acute respiratory failure
    Massive acute pulmonary embolism
    Pulmonary hypertension
    Hemodynamically unstable presentations of congenital heart disease in adults
    Overdose of cardiotoxic drugs
    Section V. Pharmacologic agents in the cardiac intensive care unit. Anticoagulation: antithrombin therapy
    Anti-platelet therapy
    Inotropic and vasoactive agents
    Intensive diuresis and ultrafiltration
    Antiarrhythmic electrophysiology and pharmacotherapy
    Analgesics, tranquilizers, and sedatives
    Pharmacologic interactions
    Section VI. Advanced diagnostic and therapeutic techniques: indications and technical considerations. Central venous access procedures
    Temporary pacing
    Invasive hemodynamic monitoring
    Temporary mechanical circulatory support devices
    Ventricular assist device therapy in advanced heart failure
    Heart transplantation for advanced heart failure
    Emergency airway management
    Mechanical ventilation
    Cardiopulmonary cerebral resuscitation after cardiac arrest
    Palliative care.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2019
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    Yasmin Rustamova, Massimo Lombardi.
    Summary: This book presents the main cardiac pathologies, providing a helpful guide featuring clinical cases and electronic supplementary material. There are several systematic books on cardiac magnetic resonance, which approach the different pathologies and related pathophysiology in a general manner, and these are useful for readers at an early stage in their medical careers. However, when it comes to individual patients (during the acquisition of images and reporting activities) there is no book providing operative protocols or systematic descriptions of details to look for. In the eight chapters (Cardiomyopathies, Myocarditis, Ischemic Heart Disease, Valvular Heart Diseases, Cardiac Masses, Pericardial Diseases, Congenital Heart Disease, and Miscellanea), the individual pathology is illustrated with a clinical case. The cases are divided into four sections: An introduction with a short medical history and the purpose of the diagnostic CMR A detailed CMR acquisition protocol CMR images, indicating purpose, method, analysis and meaning of the image, as well as videos. Concluding paragraph with the final diagnosis reached on the basis of the findings obtained in each image This book, collecting one hundred one clinical cases covering a broad spectrum of cardiac diseases, is an invaluable tool for radiologists and cardiologists.

    Chapter 1 Cardiomyopathies
    Chapter 2 Myocarditis
    Chapter 3 Ischemic Heart disease
    Chapter 4 Valvular Heart Diseases
    Chapter 5 Cardiac Masses
    Chapter 6 Pericardial Diseases
    Chapter 7 Congenital Heart Disease
    Chapter 8 Miscellanea.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
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    Andrea Ungar, Niccolò Marchionni, editors.
    1. Introduction. The specificity of geriatric cardiology
    2. Epidemiology of heart disease in the elderly
    3. Molecular mechanisms of cardiovascular aging
    4. Frailty and heart disease
    5. Evidence based medicine and evidence biased medicine in geriatric cardiology. From the trial to the real word
    6. Polypharmacy
    7. Syncope and Unexplained Falls in the elderly.-- 8. Hypertension in the oldest old, beyond the guidelines.-- 9. New challenges in aortic stenosis in the elderly: from epidemiology to TAVI.-- 10. The aging kidney and cardiovascular disease
    11. Risk assessment in cardiac and non-cardiac surgery in the older patient
    12. Atrial fibrillation in the elderly
    13. Cardiac devices in the elderly
    14. Management of acute coronary syndromes in the elderly
    15. Cardiac surgery in the oldest old.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
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    Gonzalo Baron Esquivias, Riccardo Asteggiano, editors.
    Physiopathology and toxic drugs heart effects
    Radiotherapy heart effects
    Cardiac imaging technology in cardio-oncology
    Evaluation of the oncologic patient before, during and after chemotherapy
    What drug/what possible complication
    What cancer type/what possible drug
    what cancer/what possible complication
    Management (prevention/diagnosis/evaluation/therapy) of hypertension
    Management (prevention/diagnosis/evaluation/therapy) of coronary disease and thrombo-embolic complication
    Management (prevention/diagnosis/evaluation/therapy) of arrhythmic complication
    Management (prevention/diagnosis/evaluation/therapy) of systolic dysfunction.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
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    edited by Samuel J. Asirvatham, MD, Paul A. Friedman, MD, David L. Hayes, MD.
    Summary: "In many ways, this textbook mirrors the development of the field of cardiac device placement and management. The original version of this text was written by Drs. Seymour Furman, David Hayes, and David Holmes, pioneers and founders of interventional electrophysiology and device management. The goals of the present text remain similar to the original intent, that is, to provide a relatable, practical approach without ignoring the rigors of fundamental principles while retaining the flexibility in the professional's mind to embrace new technology. Updates on resynchronization therapy, subcutaneous defibrillators, leadless devices, and improvements in lead extraction have been included in this text. We continue to stay away from an encyclopedic approach but rather focus on a usable, practical, and intuitive approach for problem solving in the day-to-day practice of a cardiac electrophysiology professional. As with all prior editions, we owe a great debt of gratitude to all the contributors who have tirelessly updated their sections and have done multiple revisions. We also have to thank our patients and nursing staff who provide us with material to allow us to learn to a point where we can try and teach troubleshooting approaches, etc. We received tremendous support from various device manufacturers, their engineers, and their published data material. These include assistance from Biotronik, Boston Scientific, Medtronic, and Abbott Medical"-- Provided by publisher.

    Front Matter
    Pacing and Defibrillation / T Jared Bunch, Suraj Kapa, David L Hayes, Charles D Swerdlow, Samuel J Asirvatham, Paul A Friedman
    Hemodynamics of Cardiac Pacing / Christopher V DeSimone, Joanna Gullickson, David L Hayes, Paul A Friedman, Samuel J Asirvatham
    Indications for Pacemakers, Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillators, and Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy / Krishna Kancharla, David L Hayes, Samuel J Asirvatham, Paul A Friedman
    Choosing the Device Generator and Leads / Christopher J McLeod, Anca Chiriac, Malini Madhavan, David L Hayes, Paul A Friedman, Samuel J Asirvatham
    Implanting and Extracting Cardiac Devices / Siva K Mulpuru, Malini Madhavan, Samuel J Asirvatham, Matthew J Swale, David L Hayes, Paul A Friedman
    Implant-Related Complications / Niyada Naksuk, David L Hayes, Paul A Friedman, Samuel J Asirvatham
    Timing Cycles / David L Hayes, Paul J Wang, Samuel J Asirvatham, Paul A Friedman
    Programming / Paul A Friedman, Charles D Swerdlow, Samuel J Asirvatham, David L Hayes, Avi Sabbag
    Sensor Technology for Rate-Adaptive Pacing and Hemodynamic Optimization / Krishna Kancharla, David L Hayes, Samuel J Asirvatham, Paul A Friedman
    Troubleshooting / Charles D Swerdlow, Paul A Friedman, Samuel J Asirvatham, David L Hayes
    Radiography of Implantable Devices / David L Hayes, Paul A Friedman, Samuel J Asirvatham
    Electromagnetic Interference / Subir Bhatia, Alan Sugrue, David L Hayes, Paul A Friedman, Samuel J Asirvatham
    Follow-up / Alan Sugrue, Vaibhav R Vaidya, David L Hayes, Michael Glikson, Paul A Friedman, Samuel J Asirvatham
    Digital Access Wiley 2021
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    edited by Maully Shah, Larry Rhodes, Jonathan Kaltman.
    Summary: With a growing population of young patients with congenital heart disease reaching adulthood, this unique new book offers an in-depth guide to managing the challenges and issues related to device therapy in this patient group. -The only book resource dedicated to pacing, cardiac resynchronization therapy and ICD therapy for the pediatric and congenital heart disease patient -Contains practical advice for pacemaker and ICD implantation, programming, trouble-shooting, managing complications and follow up -Up-to-date with the latest in device technology -Contains multiple graphics, device electrogram tracings, and radiographic images for clarity -Includes video clips and over 150 multiple choice questions with extended answers on companion website, ideal for self test -An invaluable resource for both the specialist pediatric cardiologist and the general cardiologist responsible for children with heart disease and pacing devices.
    Digital Access Wiley 2017
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    S. Kim Suvarna, editor.
    Summary: This thorough review of cardiac and cardiovascular pathology covers ischemic heart disease, myocarditis, valvular disease, transplant pathology, cardiomyopathy, cardiac devices, congenital heart disease and more, illustrated with macro- and microscopic images.

    Intro; Preface to the Second Edition; Contents; The Normal Adult Heart and Methods of Investigation; 1 Introduction; 2 Pericardium; 3 External Cardiac Morphology; 4 Right Atrium and Tricuspid Valve; 5 Right Ventricle and Pulmonary Valve; 6 Left Atrium and Mitral Valve; 7 Left Ventricle and Aortic Valve; 8 Aorta and Pulmonary Artery; 9 The Histology and Ultrastructure of the Myocardial Wall; 10 Coronary Blood Vessels; 11 The Valves; 12 The Conduction System; 13 Final Comment; References; Cardiac Electrophysiology; 1 Introduction; 2 Cellular Electrophysiology 2.1 Resting Membrane Potential2.2 Ion Channels; 2.3 Sodium Channel/Current; 2.4 Potassium Channel/Current; 2.5 The Rectifier K+ Currents; 2.6 Calcium Channels/Current; 2.7 The Action Potential; 2.7.1 Phase 4; 2.7.2 Phase 0; 2.7.3 Phase 1; 2.7.4 Phase 2; 2.7.5 Phase 3; 2.8 Nodal Action Potential; 2.9 Modulation of the Pacemaker Function; 2.10 Effects of Electrolyte Disturbance and Disease; 3 Cardiac Conduction and Excitation-Contraction Coupling; 3.1 Conduction of Electrical Impulses; 3.2 Excitation-Contraction Coupling; 4 The Electrocardiogram (ECG) 5 Cardiac Arrhythmogenesis5.1 Disordered Automaticity; 5.2 Triggered Activity; 5.3 Impulse Conduction Disorders; 6 Cardiac Implantable Electronic Devices: Pacemakers, Implantable Cardiac Defibrillators and Cardiac Resynchronisation Devices; 7 Cardiac Electrophysiology; Further Reading; Cardiac Imaging; 1 Introduction; 2 Echocardiography; 2.1 M Mode Echocardiography; 2.2 2D Echocardiography; 2.3 Three-Dimensional Echocardiography (3D) Echo; 2.4 Trans-Oesophageal Echocardiography (TOE); 2.5 Stress Echocardiography; 2.6 Contrast Echocardiography and Perfusion Imaging 2.7 Strain and Strain Rate imaging3 Nuclear Cardiac Imaging; 3.1 Radionuclide Ventriculography, MUGA (Multiple Gated Acquisition) Scan; 3.2 Myocardial Perfusion Scan (MPS), and Combined Myocardial Perfusion and Metabolism; 3.3 Imaging of the Sympathetic Innervation of the Heart; 3.4 DPD Imaging for the Heart; 4 Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging; 5 Cardiac Computed Tomography; 6 Selective Invasive Coronary Angiography; 7 Examples of Disease Processes and Appropriate Imaging; 7.1 Assessment of Morphology and Function; 7.1.1 Left Ventricular Systolic Dysfunction 7.1.2 Left Ventricular Diastolic Dysfunction7.1.3 Left Ventricular Hypertrophy; 7.1.4 The Atria; 7.1.5 The Right Ventricle; 7.2 Congenital Heart Disease; 7.2.1 Assessment of the Atria, Inter-atrial Septal Defects and Pulmonary Venous Anatomy; 7.2.2 Valvular Abnormalities; 7.2.3 Complex Anomalies of the Ventricles and Atrio-Ventricular Connections; 7.2.4 Great Vessel Anomalies; 7.3 Cardiomyopathies; 7.3.1 Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathy (ARVC); 7.3.2 Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM); 7.3.3 Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM)
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    Josef Niebauer, editor.
    Part I Introduction to Cardiac Rehabilitation
    1. General Principles of Exercise Testing in Cardiac Rehabilitation
    2. General Principles of Nutrition Support in Cardiac Rehabilitation
    3. Psychological Care of Cardiac Patients
    Part II Cardiac Rehabilitation in Specific Cases
    4. Exercise Training in Cardiac Rehabilitation
    5. Angina Pectoris
    6. Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 and Cardiovascular Disease
    7. Cardiac rehabilitation after acute myocardial infarction; the influence of psychosocial disorders
    8. Stable coronary artery disease: Exercise based cardiac rehabilitation reduces the risk of recurrent angina after PCI in the case of arterial hypertension
    9. Rehabilitation of patients after CABG/sternotomy
    10. Congestive Heart Failure: Stable Chronic Heart Failure Patients
    11. Cardiac Rehabilitation in Patients with Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator
    12. Rehabilitation in Patients with Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy
    13. Exercise Training in Congenital Heart Diseases
    14. Pacemaker Implantation
    15. Patient with Peripheral Artery Disease.
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    Nabil El-Sherif, editor.
    Summary: This book provides a comprehensive, up-to-date overview of clinical and research aspects of cardiac repolarization geared toward practicing cardiologists and physicians. It analyzes elements of pathophysiology and molecular biology as they relate to the clinical aspects of cardiac repolarization, long QT syndromes, early repolarization syndromes, and special cardiac repolarization syndromes. Each chapter examines different aspects of the field with basic and clinical overviews and highlights the impact on medical management. The book covers a variety of repolarization topics including the influence of the autonomic system, racial and gender differences in patients, the future role of stem cells, inflammation and autoimmunity, and cardiovascular risk. Cardiac Repolarization: Basic Science and Clinical Management is an essential resource for physicians and related professionals, residents, fellows, and graduate students in cardiology, clinical cardiac electrophysiology, internal medicine, and cardiovascular biology.

    Part I. Pathophysiology, Molecular Biology, and Clinical Management of Cardiac Repolarization
    1. Physiology and Molecular biology of Cardiac Ion Channels and Ventricular Repolarization
    2. Cardiac Repolarization and the Autonomic Nervous System
    3. Role of Repolarization Remodeling in Organic Heart Disease
    4. Stem Cells in Study and Treatment of Cardiac Repolarization
    5. Racial and Gender Differences in Cardiac Repolarization and Arrhythmogenesis
    6. ECG-derived Evaluation of Cardiac Repolarization
    Part II. Pathophysiology, Molecular Biology, and Clinical Management of Long QT Syndromes
    7. Physiology and Molecular Biology of Congenital Long QT Syndrome (LQTS)
    8. Pharmacotherapeutics and Clinical Management of Congenital LQTS
    9. Drug-induced LQTS
    10. Arrhythmogenic Mechanism of TdP in LQTS
    11. Pathogenesis of Autoimmune-associated LQTS
    12. Role of inflammation and Autoimmune Disease in LQTS
    13. Future of Genetic Therapy of Congenital LQTS
    Part III. Pathophysiology, Molecular Biology, and Clinical Management of Early Repolarization Syndromes
    14. Genetics, Molecular biology, and Emerging Concepts of Early Repolarization Syndrome (ERS)
    15. Electrocardiographic J-wave and Cardiovascular Risk in the General Population
    16. Benign Versus Malignant Early Repolarization Patterns
    17. Genetics, Molecular Biology, and Management of Brugada Syndrome
    Part IV. Pathophysiology and Clinical Management of Special Cardiac Repolarization Syndromes
    18. Genetics, Molecular Biology, and Management of Short QT Syndrome
    19. Pathophysiology of Repolarization Alternans
    20. Microvolt T-wave Alternans: Pathophysiology and Clinical Aspects
    21. Atrial Repolarization and Arrhythmogenesis: Basic and Clinical Aspects.
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    edited by Frederick Grover, MD, Professor, Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Past Chair, Department of Surgery, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Anschutz Medical Campus, Denver Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Aurora, Colorado, Michael J. Mack, MD, Director of Cardiovascular service Line, Chair, Cariovascular Governance Council, Raylor Scott & White Health, Director of The Research Center, the Heart Hospital Baylor Plano, Baylor Research Institute, Dallas, Texas ; illustrations by Body Scientific International, LLC., Anne Rains, Arains Illustration, Inc.
    Digital Access LWW Health Library 2016
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    Shahzad G. Raja, editor.
    Part I: Perioperative Care and Cardiopulmonary Bypass
    1: Cardiac Catheterization
    History of Cardiac Catheterization
    Invasive Diagnostic Coronary Angiography
    Pre-procedure Preparation
    Technical Aspects of the Procedure
    Catheter Selection and Manipulation
    Angiographic Views
    Post-procedure Care
    Sheath Removal and Closure Devices
    Coronary Angiogram Analysis
    Right Heart Catheterization
    Interpreting Haemodynamics
    Right Atrium Right Ventricle
    Pulmonary Artery
    Pulmonary Capillary Wedge Pressure
    2: Fractional Flow Reserve
    How Was This Cut-Off Decided?
    FFR Compared to Other Non-invasive Diagnostic Techniques
    Limitations of Pressure Wire Measurements
    Intravascular Ultrasound and FFR
    Assessing Left Main Stem Stenosis Using FFR
    FFR Use Pre Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting
    Main Outcome Studies with FFR
    DEFER Trial [24]
    FAME Trial [9]
    FAME 2 Trial [10]
    COMPARE ACUTE Trial [27]
    Instantaneous Wave-Free Pressure Ratio (iFR) Conclusions
    3: Echocardiography
    Essential Ultrasound Theory for Echocardiography
    Modalities of Echocardiography
    Assessment of Myocardial Function
    Left Ventricular Systolic Function
    Changes in Volumes/Dimensions
    Indices of Global Contractility
    Systolic Strain
    Regional Contractile Function
    Right Ventricular Systolic Function
    Diastolic Function
    Assessment of Valve Pathology
    Aortic Stenosis
    Aortic Regurgitation
    Mitral Stenosis
    Mitral Regurgitation
    Tricuspid Valve Assessment
    Pulmonary Valve Assessment Infective Endocarditis
    Echo Findings in Endocarditis
    Pericardial Disease
    Contrast Echocardiography
    Stress Echocardiography
    Stress Echo for Coronary Artery Disease
    Stress Echo for Aortic Stenosis
    Stress Echo for Mitral Regurgitation
    Other Indications for Stress Echocardiography
    Transesophageal Echocardiography (TEE)
    Pre-operative TEE
    Intraoperative TEE
    4: Cardiac Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging
    Computed Tomography (CT)
    Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Clinical Applications of CT and MRI
    Coronary Artery Disease
    Myocardial Ischaemia
    Myocardial Viability
    Heart Failure and Cardiomyopathies
    Valvular Heart Disease
    Congenital Heart Disease
    Pericardial Diseases
    Cardiac Tumours
    Aortic Diseases
    Post-surgical Patient
    5: Assessment of Myocardial Viability
    Assessment of Myocardial Viability
    Electrocardiogram (ECG)
    Baseline 2D Echocardiography
    Dobutamine Stress Echocardiography
    Single Photon Emission Computerized Tomography (SPECT)
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    Gerhard Ziemer, Axel Haverich, editors.
    I. Introduction
    II. Technical Prerequisites
    III. Congenital Anomalies of the Heart and Great Vessels
    IV. Acquired Diseases of the Heart and Great Vessels.
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    [edited by] Sonya R. Hardin, Roberta Kaplow ; American Association of Critical-Care Nurses.
    Clinical judgment in critical care
    Cardiovascular anatomy and physiology
    Indications for cardiac surgery
    Preoperative cardiac surgery nursing evaluation
    Heart valve surgery
    Cardiopulmonary bypass and off-pump coronary artery bypass
    Minimally invasive cardiac surgery
    Recovery of anesthesia following cardiac surgery
    Hemodynamic monitoring
    Intra-aortic balloon pump
    Mechanical ventilation after open heart surgery
    Pharmacological support following cardiac surgery
    Postoperative complications of cardiac surgery and nursing interventions
    Pain management
    Postoperative dysrhythmias
    Neurologic complications
    Fluid and electrolyte imbalances following cardiac surgery
    Wound care
    Bridge to transplant and cardiac transplantation
    Complications of obesity of the cardiac surgery patient
    Nutritional issues in the patient undergoing cardiac surgery
    Psychological support for the patient undergoing cardiac surgery and the family
    Rehabilitation and care of the cardiac surgery patient on discharge
    Post-ICU care and other complications.
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    [edited by] Lawrence H. Cohn, David H. Adams.
    Section I. Fundamentals
    Section II. Perioperative/intraoperative care
    Section III. Ischemic heart disease
    Section IV. Aortic valve disease
    Section V. Mitral valve disease
    Section VI. Valvular heart disease (other)
    Section VII. Surgery of the great vessels
    Section VIII. Surgery for cardiac arrhythmias
    Section IX. Other cardiac operations
    Section X. Transplant and mechanical circulatory support.
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  • Digital
    Lawrence H Cohn.
    Section I: Fundamentals
    Chapter 1: History Of Cardiac Surgery
    Chapter 2: Surgical Anatomy Of The Heart
    Chapter 3: Cardiac Surgical Physiology
    Chapter 4: Cardiac Surgical Pharmacology
    Chapter 5: Cardiovascular Pathology
    Chapter 6: Computed Tomography Of The Adult Cardiac Surgery Patient: Principles And Applications
    Chapter 7: Risk Assessment And Performance Improvement In Cardiac Surgery
    Chapter 8: Simulation In Cardiac Surgery
    Chapter 9: The Integrated Cardiovascular Center
    Section Ii: Perioperative/intraoperative Care
    Chapter 10: Preoperative Evaluation For Cardiac Surgery
    Chapter 11: Cardiac Anesthesia
    Chapter 12: Echocardiography In Cardiac Surgery
    Chapter 13: Extracorporeal Circulation
    Chapter 14: Transfusion Therapy And Blood Conservation
    Chapter 15: Deep Hypothermic Circulatory Arrest
    Chapter 16: Myocardial Protection
    Chapter 17: Postoperative Care Of Cardiac Surgery Patients
    Chapter 18: Temporary Mechanical Circulatory Support
    Section Iii: Ischemic Heart Disease
    Chapter 19: Myocardial Revascularization With Percutaneous Devices
    Chapter 20: Myocardial Revascularization With Cardiopulmonary Bypass
    Chapter 21: Myocardial Revascularization Without Cardiopulmonary Bypass
    Chapter 22: Myocardial Revascularization After Acute Myocardial Infarction
    Chapter 23: Minimally Invasive Myocardial Revascularization
    Chapter 24: Coronary Artery Reoperations
    Chapter 25: Surgical Treatment Of Complications Of Myocardial Infarction, Ventricular Septal Defect, Myocardial Rupture, And Left Ventricular Aneurysm
    Section Iv: Aortic Valve Disease
    Chapter 26: Pathophysiology Of Aortic Valve Disease
    Chapter 27: Aortic Valve Replacement With A Mechanical Cardiac Valve Prosthesis
    Chapter 28: Stented Bioprosthetic Aortic Valve Replacement
    Chapter 29: Stentless Aortic Valve And Root Replacement
    Chapter 30: Aortic Valve Repair And Aortic Valve-sparing Operations
    Section V: Mitral Valve Disease
    Section Vi: Valvular Heart Disease (Other)
    Section Vii: Surgery Of The Great Vessels
    Section Viii: Surgery For Cardiac Arrhythmias
    Section Ix: Other Cardiac Operations
    Section X: Transplant And Mechanical Circulatory Support.
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  • Digital
    Sandhya Balaram, Levi Bassin.
    Summary: This book comprehensively reviews a selection of cases resulting from complications that can occur in cardiac surgical procedures. It details the science behind each potential complication along with a range of available strategies to rectify the issues, including those applicable to minimally invasive techniques. Chapters are well illustrated and feature clinical pearls to reinforce key points. Cardiac Surgical Complications: Strategic Analysis and Clinical Review provides a practically applicable guide on how to successfully resolve and mitigate potential complications in cardiac surgery. Consequently, it is a valuable resource for all trainee and practicing cardiac surgeons, anesthesiologists and intensive care physicians.

    Cardiopulmonary bypass
    Surgical techniques
    Surgical decision-making
    Critical care. .
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    edited by Milica Radisic, Lauren D. Black III.
    Second generation codon optimized minicircle (CoMiC) for nonviral reprogramming of human adult fibroblasts / Sebastian Diecke ... [and 3 others]
    Scalable cardiac differentiation of human pluripotent stem cells as microwell-generated, size controlled three-dimensional aggregates / Celine L. Bauwens and Mark D. Ungrin
    Preparation and characterization of circulating angiogenic cells for tissue engineering applications / Aleksandra Ostojic ... [and 4 others]
    Isolation and expansion of C-kit-positive cardiac progenitor cells by magnetic cell sorting / Kristin M. French and Michael E. Davis
    Synthesis of aliphatic polyester hydrogel for cardiac tissue engineering / Sanjiv Dhingra, Richard D. Weisel, and Ren-Ke Li
    Fabrication of PEGylated fibrinogen : a versatile injectable hydrogel biomaterial / Iris Mironi-Harpaz, Alexandra Berdichevski, and Dror Seliktar
    Natural cardiac extracellular matrix hydrogels for cultivation of human stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes / Donald O. Freytes ... [and 4 others]
    Magnetically actuated alginate scaffold : a novel platform for promoting tissue organization and vascularization / Yulia Sapir ... [and 3 others.]
    Shrink-induced biomimetic wrinkled substrates for functional cardiac cell alignment and culture / Nicole Mendoza ... [and 4 others]
    Injectable ECM scaffolds for cardiac repair / Todd D. Johnson, Rebecca L. Braden, and Karen L. Christman
    Generation of strip-format fibrin-based engineered heart tissue (EHT) / Sebastian Schaaf ... [and 5 others.]
    Cell tri-culture for cardiac vascularization / Ayelet Lesman, Lior Gepstein, and Shulamit Levenberg
    Cell sheet technology for cardiac tissue engineering / Yuji Haraguchi ... [and 8 others]
    Design and fabrication of biological wires / Jason W. Miklas ... [and 3 others]
    Collagen-based engineered heart muscle / Malte Tiburcy ... [and 3 others]
    Creation of a bioreactor for the application of variable amplitude mechanical stimulation of fibrin gel-based engineered cardiac tissue / Kathy Y. Morgan and Lauren D. Black III
    Preparation of acellular myocardial scaffolds with well- preserved cardiomyocyte lacunae, and method for applying mechanical and electrical simulation to tissue construct / Bo Wang ... [and 3 others]
    Patch-clamp technique in ESC-derived cardiomyocytes / Jie Liu and Peter H. Backx
    Optogenetic control of cardiomyocytes via viral delivery / Christina M. Ambrosi and Emilia Entcheva
    Methods for assessing the electromechanical integration of human pluripotent stem cell-derived cardiomyocyte grafts / Wei-Zhong Zhu ... [and 3 others]
    Quantifying electrical interactions between cardiomyocytes and other cells in micropatterned cell pairs / Hung Nguyen ... [and 4 others].
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    L'Ecuyer, Kristine, Dr., PhD, RN, CNL; Young, Elaine, DNP, ACNS-BC, CV-BC.
    CVRN Certification
    About the Exam
    Eligibility Criteria
    How to Apply
    How to Contact American Nurses Credentialing Center
    Preparing for the Exam
    About the CV-BC™ Exam
    Chapter 1: Anatomy and Physiology
    Key Points
    Glossary Terms
    Properties of Cardiac Muscle
    Cellular Energy Metabolism: ATP
    Cardiac Cell Reproduction
    Autonomic Nervous System
    Cardiac Output
    Preload, Contractility, and Afterload
    Heart Chambers Heart Valves
    Coronary Arteries and Veins
    Tissue Layers of the Heart
    Vascular Structure and Function
    Normal Function of the Vascular Endothelium
    Vascular Response to Injury
    Cerebral Circulation
    Chapter 2: The Cardiovascular Interview and History
    Key Points
    Glossary Terms
    The Patient Interview and History Identifying Data
    Identifying Data
    Current/Chief Concerns
    Review of Systems
    Glossary Terms
    Symptom Analysis
    Chest Discomfort
    Paroxysmal Nocturnal Dyspnea
    Abdominal Symptoms
    Syncope Claudication
    Key Signs of Cardiovascular Disease
    Coronary Heart Disease
    Heart Failure
    Valvular Heart Disease
    Cardiac Arrhythmias
    Peripheral Vascular Disease
    Medical History Congenital and Childhood Illnesses
    Adult Illnesses
    Cardiovascular Diagnostic Tests and Procedures
    Surgical History
    Allergies, Reactions, and Intolerances
    Family History
    Psychosocial and Social History
    Cardiotoxic Substance Abuse
    Socioeconomic Status
    Functional Assessment
    Lifestyle Factors Functional Activities
    Physical Activity
    Therapeutic Communication/Motivational Interviewing
    Clinical Pearls
    Chapter 3: Physical Assessment
    Key Points
    Glossary Terms
    Patient Interview
    Comprehensive History
    History of Present Illness
    Past Medical History
    Family History
    Social History
    Review of Systems
    General Survey
    Vital Signs
    Blood Pressure
    Orthostatic Vital Signs
    Pulse Pressure
    Oxygen Saturation
    Body Mass Index Cardiovascular Physical Assessment
    Carotid Arteries
    Jugular Vein
    Hepatojugular Reflux/Abdominojugular Reflex
    Cardiac Auscultation
    Heart Sounds
    Cardiac Murmurs
    Pericardial Friction Rub
    Cardiovascular-Related Findings in Other Systems Eyes
    Fundoscopic Examination
    Peripheral Pulses
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    Janani Rangaswami, Edgar V. Lerma, Claudio Ronco, editors.
    Summary: Extending from the outpatient management of cardiovascular and kidney disease, to hospital-based decision making in patients with cardio-renal disease and complex interfaces such as hemodialysis in patients with ventricular assist device support, this book serves as a single reference point for cardiology and nephrology clinicians and researchers dealing with the significant overlap areas between these two specialties. Chapters cover the physiology, biomarkers, therapeutic agents and full spectrum of these comorbidities and feature separate sections on cardiovascular and CKD evaluations, stratification of kidney transplant patients, lipid management in CKD, interventional strategies and hypertension. Leaders in cardiology, nephrology, hypertension and lipidology bring together the latest evidence with their collective clinical experience into this invaluable resource. This textbook is an essential resource for physicians and allied professionals practicing cardiology, nephrology, students and physician trainees, to deepen their understanding of this crucial field.

    Part I. Cardiovascular disease spectrum in chronic kidney disease
    Part II. Chronic kidney disease and CAD: two sides of the same coin
    Part III. Cardio-renal syndrome
    Part IV. Cardiac evaluation of the renal transplant candidate
    Part V. Anticoagulation and antiplatelet therapy in CKD
    Part VI. Interventional strategies in cardiovascular disease in CKD
    Part VII. The cardiorenometabolic spectrum
    Part VIII. Dilemmas in hypertension
    Digital Access Springer 2017
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    Antonio Russo, Nicola Maurea, Dimitrios Farmakis, Antonio Giordano, editors.
    1: Background: Immunology and Cancer
    2: Available Immunotherapy Drugs in Oncology
    Anti-PD-1 Agents
    Anti-PD-L1 Agents
    Anti-CTLA4 Agents
    3: Immunotherapy Adverse Events
    Noninflammatory Myocardial Dysfunction
    Pericardial Disease
    Myocardial Infarction
    4: Pathophysiology of Cardiac Toxicity
    Pathophysiology of Cardiac Toxicity: An Overview
    Cardiac Dysfunction and Heart Failure
    Vascular Disease
    Pericardial and Valvular Disease
    5: Cardiac Risk Factors for Immunotherapy
    Why Evaluate the Cardiovascular Risk in Oncological Patients Who Have Undergone Immunotherapy?
    How to Quantify Cardiovascular Risk?
    Experimental Preventive Strategies for Immune Checkpoint Inhibitor (ICI)-Induced Cardiotoxicity: Evidence and Perspectives
    6: Diagnostic Methods of Cardiac Immunotherapy Damaging
    Clinical and Electrocardiographic Evaluation
    Myocardial Deformation Imaging
    Nuclear Imaging and Cardiac Magnetic Resonance
    Role of Biomarkers
    Role of Endomyocardial Biopsy
    Diagnostic Approach
    7: Biomarkers of Early Cardiotoxicity
    Cardiac Troponins
    Brain Natriuretic Peptides
    New Emerging Biomarkers
    8: Management of Patients with Cardiac Toxicity: The Point of View of the Cardiologist
    Atherosclerosis and Cardiovascular Events
    Myocarditis and Heart Failure
    Clinical Presentation
    ICI-Associated Pericarditis
    Management. Takotsubo Syndrome
    Immunotherapy-Associated Vasculitis
    Immunotherapy-Associated Thromboembolism
    Screening and Surveillance
    9: Management of Patients with Cardiac Toxicity: The Point of View of the Oncologist
    Mechanisms of Action of Cardiovascular ICI Adverse Events
    Clinical Presentation
    Laboratory and Imaging Findings
    Diagnosis and Management
    Clinical Presentation
    Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) and Myocardial Infarction (MI)
    Clinical Presentation
    Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy
    Clinical Presentation
    Clinical Presentation
    Cardiotoxicity Related to New Immunotherapy (CAR T Cell)
    Baseline Assessment and General Principle of Management for Cardiovascular IRAE
    10: Future Perspectives
    Basic and Translational Research
    Clinical Research
    Education and Training
    Service Organization and Provision
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    Gretchen G. Kimmick, Daniel J. Lenihan, Douglas B. Sawyer, Erica L. Mayer, Dawn L. Hershman, editors.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
  • Digital
    David Goldsmith, Adrian Covic, Jonas Spaak, editors.
    Summary: This book provides a comprehensive overview of the clinical challenges faced during the treatment of patients with cardiorenal syndrome (CRS). The bidirectional link that associates renal and cardiovascular diseases means that patients with CRS have an increased risk of hospital admission and mortality as a result of their coexistence yet, there are no agreed guidelines for their management. Cardio-Renal Clinical Challenges takes clinical presentations and clinical problems as its base, and then discusses the evidence for best management of common clinical problems and the reasons for the complex interplay between the cardiac and renal systems. In addition, the link between heart failure and chronic kidney disease (CKD) can impose a considerable epidemiological burden thus this text also aims to address the issue of organizing healthcare to maximize both the opportunities for prevention and best healthcare economic returns. This book will be of immediate value and practical interest to all consulting and trainee cardiologists and renal physicians.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
  • Digital
    Brendon J. Coventry, editor.
    Summary: Written by "internationally acclaimed" specialists, Cardio-Thoracic, Vascular, Renal and Transplant Surgery provides pertinent and concise procedure descriptions spanning benign and malignant problems and minimally invasive procedures. Complications are reviewed when appropriate for the organ system and problem, creating a book that is both comprehensive and accessible. Stages of operative approaches with relevant technical considerations are outlined in an easily understandable manner. Forming part of the series, Surgery: Complications, Risks and Consequences, this volume Cardio-Thoracic, Vascular, Renal and Transplant Surgery provides a valuable resource for all general surgeons and residents in training. Other healthcare providers will also find this a useful resource.

    Blood Transfusion
    Arterial Surgery
    Venous Surgery
    Vascular Access Surgery
    Lung Surgery
    Cardiac Surgery
    Renal Surgery
    Renal Transplant Surgery
    Liver Transplant Surgery.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
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    [edited by] Adel Elmoselhi.
    Summary: "The aim of this work is to integrate the basic and clinical science topics of the cardiovascular system in a deliberately clinically oriented review book. Approximately half of the medical schools in the United States have already implemented an integrated curriculum in their pre-clinical programs, a trend which is growing both nationally and internationally. This trend is due in part to the proven benefits of the evidence-based practice of medicine as well as the increasing number of integrative clinical vignette questions in the medical and healthcare professional license examinations."--Preface

    Development of the heart and blood vessels
    Anatomical structure of the heart
    Cardiovascular circuitry and hemodynamics
    Electrophysiology of the heart
    Cardiac output and the pressure-volume relationship
    The cardiac cycle
    Regulation of arterial blood pressure and microcirculation
    Ischemic heart disease and management drugs
    Arrhythmias and antiarrhythmic drugs
    Valvular heart diseases
    Congestive heart failure and management drugs
    Congenital heart diseases
    Systemic arterial hypertension and antihypertensive drugs
    Myocardial diseases
    Pericardial diseases
    Diseases of the peripheral vessels
    Cardiovascular drugs.
    Digital Access AccessMedicine 2018
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    by Ramdas G. Pai, Padmini Varadarajan, Sudha M. Pai.
    Summary: This compact but comprehensive board review includes everything you need to successfully prepare for the ABIM Cardiology Board Review examination.-Features over 1200 questions with answers and clear explanations -Includes over 400 accompanying images -Covers all key areas of cardiology practice, from history/physicial examination through all major diseases/disorders, along with special topics, e.g. consultative cardiology, covered on the exam -Complements standard textbook reading -Written by an internationally-recognized, well-respected and well-published senior cardiologist, expert in valvular heart disease and cardiovascular imaging.
    Digital Access Wiley 2017
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    edited by Mark J. Eisenberg, MD, MPH, Professor of Medicine Cardiology Division Department of Medicine Jewish General Hospital McGill University Montreal, Quebec, Canada [4 others].
    Digital Access AccessCardiology 2019
  • Digital
    John P. Higgins, Asif Ali, David M. Filsoof.
    Summary: A point-of-care Q&A guide to clinical cardiology. It answers more than one-hundred of the clinical cardiology questions most frequently asked of the authors during consultation. It simulates the consultation process: consult question; data collection; synthesis of data; and, solution.

    Section I: Diagnostic Testing
    Section II: ACS
    Section III: Valvular Disease
    Section IV: Cardiac Diseases
    Section V: Examination
    Section VI: Arrhythmias
    Section VII: Congenital Heart Diseases
    Section VIII: Heart Failure and Hypertension
    Section IX: Medications.
    Digital Access AccessCardiology 2017
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    Hanna Z. Mieszczanska, Adam S. Budzikowski, editors.
    Summary: This book comprehensively covers the latest advances in cardiovascular medicine. Key diagnostic and treatment points are reviewed across a range of cardiovascular issues, including concurrent cardiac problems, patients with cancer, peri-operative surgical and post-trauma patients, patients in the emergency department, pregnancy in the obstetric units, and the care of critically ill patients in medical and surgical intensive care units. Cardiology Consult Manual provides a detailed and clinically relevant guide for the cardiology practitioner of the potential cardiac issues encountered within the cardiology consult service and also a range of professionals in related disciplines. It therefore provides an important resource for all cardiology trainees, fellows, practitioners and health care providers involved in the management of patients with cardiovascular disease. .

    Intro; Preface; Contents;
    Chapter 1: Cardiovascular Physical Examination; Visual Inspection; Vital Signs; Peripheral Pulses; Inspection/Palpation of the Precordium [8]; Jugular Venous Pulse (JVP); Calculating and Reporting the JVP; Waveforms; Auscultation; Precordial Auscultation Sites (Fig. 1.2); S2; Gallops [15, 16]; Pericardial Friction Rub [16]; Clicks [14, 17]; Snaps; Tumor Plop; Cardiac Murmurs [3, 14, 17-19]; Systolic Murmurs [17]; HOCM; VSD; Diastolic Murmurs [14]; Bedside Maneuvers; Other Findings; References
    Chapter 2: Evaluation and Management of Chest Pain and Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) in the Emergency DepartmentEpidemiology; General Approach; History; Physical Exam; 12 Lead Electrocardiogram (ECG); Cardiac Chest Pain; Cardiovascular Effects of Cocaine [18]; Cocaine Effects on Cardiovascular Disease (Fig. 2.2); Cocaine-Induced Chest Pain: Evaluation and Treatment; Risk Stratification for Suspected ACS; Evaluation for ACS; Initial Testing; Next Steps in Assessment; ED Management of ACS; Pharmacotherapy [26]; Monitoring and Supportive Care; Discharging Patients with Low-Risk Chest Pain Left Bundle Branch Block (LBBB) [12]Intraventricular Conduction Delay (IVCD); Premature Atrial Complex (PAC); Premature Ventricular Complexes (PVC); Prolonged QT Interval [13]; Torsades De Pointes; Preexcitation [14, 15]; Myocardial Ischemia [16, 17]; Acute Myocardial Infarction; Necrosis; Acute Pericarditis [18]; Atrial Fibrillation [19]; Atrial Flutter [20]; Multifocal Atrial Tachycardia (MAT); AV Nodal Reentry Tachycardia (AVNRT) [21]; Ventricular Tachycardia [22-25]; Ventricular Fibrillation; Hyperkalemia; Hypokalemia; Hypercalcemia; Hypocalcemia; Digoxin; Paced Rhythms [26]; References
    Chapter 4: Primary and Secondary Prevention of Cardiovascular DiseaseKey Terms; Epidemiology; Risk Assessment; General Disease Prevention Strategies; Targeted Disease Prevention (Table 4.2); Glycemic Control; ADA-Recommended Glycemic Targets for Nonpregnant Adults [11]; T2DM Trials; T1DM Trials; Hypertension Control; Antiplatelet Therapy; Dyslipidemia; HMG-CoA Reductase Inhibitor (Statin) Therapy (Fig. 4.1 and Table 4.3); Statin Intolerance; Nonstatin Lipid Therapy; Proprotein Convertase Subtilisin/Kexin 9 (PCSK9) Inhibitors; Ezetimibe; Fibrates; Nicotinic Acid (Niacin)
    Digital Access Springer 2018
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    edited by H. Edward Durham Jr.
    Summary: "Cardiology for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses is a comprehensive resource for veterinary technicians and nurses working with cardiovascular patients in veterinary practice. Offers a complete reference to veterinary cardiology targeted at veterinary technicians and nurses, summarizing fundamental knowledge on cardiovascular disease Covers dogs, cats, horses, ruminants, and camelids Provides information ranging from introductory to advanced for a thorough guide to cardiac conditions Presents detailed procedures for common cardiac catheterization techniques, including supplies required Includes photographs and illustrations to depict the concepts described"--Provided by publisher.

    Machine generated contents note: Introduction. Section I-Cardiac Anatomy, Physiology and Dysfunction.
    Chapter 1. Cardiac Anatomy.
    Chapter 2. Basic Cardiac Physiology. Cardiac Cycle. Blood Pressure Regulation.
    Chapter 3. The Pathophysiology of Heart Failure. Section II-Diagnostics.
    Chapter 4. History and Physical Exam.
    Chapter 5. Electrocardiography: Principles and Use. Basic Theory. Arrhythmia recognition.
    Chapter 6. Thoracic Radiography.
    Chapter 7. Echocardiography. Basic Theory. Echocardiographic Views. Measurements.
    Chapter 8. Blood Pressure Measurement.
    Chapter 9. Angiography. Equipment.
    Chapter 10. Cardiac Specific Biomarkers. Section III-Diseases.
    Chapter 10. Acquired Disease. Dilated Cardiomyopathy. Acquired Valve Disease. Feline Cardiomyopathies.
    Chapter 11. Congenital Disease. Stenosis. Shunts.
    Chapter 12. Pericardial Disease and Cardiac Neoplasia. Section IV-Therapies and Interventions.
    Chapter 13. Cardiac Drugs. Antiarrhythmics. Drugs for Heart Failure.
    Chapter 14. Treatment of Congestive Heart Failure. Acute Therapy. Chronic Therapy.
    Chapter 15. Interventional Procedures. Balloon Valvuloplasty. PDA occlusion. Bradyarrhythmia Pacemaker Therapy. Other Procedures-. Section V-Large Animal Cardiology.
    Chapter 16. Equine.
    Chapter 17. Ruminants.
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    Carlos Jerjes-Sánchez.
    Summary: This book provides a guide for the management of patients with cardiovascular emergencies in the ER. It covers a broad range of the most important and frequent acute cardiovascular events including coronary syndromes, aortic syndromes, pulmonary embolism, and left heart failure. Pragmatic in nature, chapters discuss frequent clinical presentations in a thorough fashion while emphasizing a practical and concise approach to diagnosis and treatment. In addition, the book explores how new knowledge and technological advances are improving the quality of patient care in the emergency room, highlighting technological advances in the use of pharmacotherapy, biomarkers, and imaging techniques such as X-ray, echocardiography, CT, MRI, and nuclear. Cardiology in the ER: A Practical Guide is an essential resource for physicians and related professionals, residents, and fellows in cardiology, emergency medicine, intensive and critical care, and internal medicine.

    1. Chest pain
    2. Dyspnea
    3. Suspected cardiovascular syncope
    4. Biomarkers
    5. Acute coronary syndromes
    6. Acute aortic syndromes
    7. Cardiac tamponade
    8. Cardiogenic shock
    9. Acute pulmonary embolism
    10. Hypertensive emergency
    11. Tachyarrhythmias
    12. Bradyarrhythmia
    13. Acute left heart failure
    14. Cardiac arrest
    15. Valvular prosthesis thrombosis
    16. Pacemaker emergencies
    17. Cardiology bedside interventions.
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    Robert C. Hendel, Carey Kimmelstiel, editors.
    Part I. Noninvasive Cardiology
    1. Transthoracic echocardiography
    2. Transesophageal echocardiography
    3. Contrast echocardiography
    4. Exercise stress testing
    5. Cardiopulmonary exercise testing --6. Pharmacologic stress testing
    7. Stress echocardiography
    8. Single photon emission computed tomography
    9. Positron emission tomography
    10. Radionuclide angiography
    11. Cardiac computed tomography (CT)
    12. Cardiac magnetic resonance
    Part II. Critical Care
    13. Central venous cannulation
    14. Right heart catherization
    15. Pericardiocentesis
    16. Procedural sedation
    17. Endotracheal intubation
    Part III. Electrophysiology
    18. The electrocardiogram
    19. Ambulatory electrocardiography
    20. Tilt table testing
    21. Electrophysiologic testing
    22. Temporary transvenous pacing
    23. Cardiac pacemakers
    24. Biventricular pacing
    25. Implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICD)
    26. Pacemakers interrogation and programming
    27. Cardioversion and defibrillation
    Part IV. Interventional Cardiology
    28. Coronary angiography
    29. Coronary blood flow measurements
    30. Percutaneous coronary intervention
    31. Alcohol septal ablation
    32. Transcatheter closure of atrial septal defects and patent foramen ovale
    33. Balloon valvuloplasty
    34. Transcatheter aortic valve replacement
    35. Endomyocardial biopsy
    36. Circlatory support devices
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    Robert C. Hendel, Carey Kimmelstiel, editors.
    Summary: This extensively revised edition is a single compact reference that describes a wide variety of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures performed by cardiologists. The focus is on the clinical application of these procedures with descriptions of their technical aspects, as well as contraindications and potential complications. The book provides detailed instruction on the interpretation of clinical data generated during these procedures and includes case presentations to illustrate how they are utilized in clinical practice. Cardiology Procedures: A Clinical Primer contains distilled clinical information and data important to those involved in the clinical care of cardiac patients. Comprising practical material designed to help in learning the diagnostic and therapeutic cardiology procedures performed in clinical practice, it will also be useful for trainees and practitioners in related disciplines.

    Part 1 Non-Invasive cardiology
    1 Transthoracic Echocardiography
    2 Transesophageal Echocardiography
    3 Contrast Echocardiography
    4 Exercise ECG Stress Testing
    5 Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing
    6 Pharmacologic Stress Testing
    7 Stress Echocardiography
    8 Single Photon Emission Computed Tomographic Myocardial Perfusion Imaging
    9 Positron Emission Tomography
    10 Radionuclide Angiography (MUGA)
    11 Amyloid Imaging
    12 Cardiac Computed Tomography (CT) and Fractional flow reserve-computed tomography (FFR-CT)
    13 Cardiac Magnetic Resonance
    Part 2 Critical Care
    14 Central Venous Cannulation
    15 Right Heart Catheterization
    16 Pericardiocentesis
    17 Procedural Sedation
    18 Endotracheal Intubation
    Part 3 Electrophysiology
    19 The Electrocardiogram
    20 Ambulatory Electrocardiography
    21 Tilt Table Testing
    22 Electrophysiologic Testing
    23 Temporary Transvenous Pacing
    24 Cardiac Pacemakers
    25 Biventricular Pacing
    26 Pacemaker Interrogation and Programming
    27 Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators (ICD)
    28 DC Cardioversion
    29 Pulmonary Vein Isolation
    30 Left Atrial Appendage Closure
    Part 4 Interventional cardiology
    31 Coronary Angiography
    32 Coronary Blood Flow and Pressure Measurements
    33 Percutaneous Coronary Intervention
    34 Alcohol Septal Ablation
    35 Transcatheter Closure of Atrial Septal Defects and Patent Foramen Ovale
    36 Balloon Valvuloplasty
    37 Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement
    38 Transcatheter Mitral Valve Repair
    39 Endomyocardial Biopsy
    40 Circulatory Support Devices.
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    [edited by] Glenn N. Levine.
    Summary: Get quick answers to the most important clinical questions with Cardiology Secrets! Using the popular and trusted Secret Series Q&A format, this easy-to-read cardiology book provides rapid access to the practical, "in-the-trenches" know-how you need to succeed both in practice, and on cardiology board and recertification exams. Get the evidence-based guidance you need to provide optimal care for your patients with cardiac heart diseases.Explore effective solutions to a full range of clinical issues including the general examination, diagnostic procedures, arrhythmias, symptoms and disease states, valvular heart disease, cardiovascular pharmacology, and other medical conditions with associated cardiac involvement.Zero in on key information with bulleted lists, mnemonics, practical tips from the leading cardiologists, and "Key Points" boxes that provide a concise overview of important board-relevant content.Review essential material efficiently with the "Top 100 Secrets in Cardiology" - perfect for last-minute study or self-assessment.
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    [edited by] Glenn N. Levine.
    Cardiovascular physical examination
    Heart murmurs and sounds
    Chest x-ray
    Exercise stress testing
    Ambulatory electrocardiogram monitoring
    Nuclear cardiology
    Cardiac positron emission tomography
    Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging
    Cardiac computed tomography
    Swan-Ganz catheters and cardiac hemodynamics
    Coronary angiography and intracoronary imaging and physiologic assessment
    Chest pains and angina
    Chronic stable angina
    Non--ST-elevation acute coronary syndrome
    ST-elevation myocardial infarction
    Cardiogenic shock
    Percutaneous coronary intervention
    Coronary artery bypass surgery
    Dilated cardiomyopathy
    Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction
    Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
    Restrictive cardiomyopathy
    Acute decompensated heart failure
    Heart failure : long-term management
    Heart transplantation
    Aortic stenosis
    Aortic regurgitation
    Mitral regurgitation
    Mitral stenosis
    Transcatheter aortic valve replacement
    Endocarditis and endocarditis prophylaxis
    Atrial fibrillation
    Supraventricular tachycardia
    Ventricular arrhythmias
    Cardiac pacing for bradycardia, heart block, and heart failure
    Implantable cardiac defibrillator
    Cardiac arrest and resuscitation
    Diabetes and cardiovascular disease
    Smoking cessation
    Physical activity, exercise, and the heart
    Cardiac manifestations of HIV/AIDS
    Cardiovascular complications of rheumatic diseases
    Cocaine and the heart
    Heart disease in the elderly
    Heart disease in pregnancy
    Heart disease in women
    Sleep apnea and the heart
    Peripheral arterial disease
    Aortic aneurysm
    Aortic dissection
    Carotid artery disease
    Ischemic stroke
    Hemorrhagic stroke and cerebral venous sinus thrombosis
    Deep vein thrombosis : prophylaxis and treatment
    Pulmonary embolism
    Hypercoagulable states
    Adult congenital heart disease
    Cardiac tumors
    Hypertensive crisis
    Oral anticoagulation therapy
    Pericarditis, pericardial constriction, and pericardial tamponade
    Preoperative cardiac evaluation
    Pulmonary hypertension
    Traumatic heart disease.
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    Glenn N. Levine.
    Cardiovascular physical examination
    Heart murmurs and sounds
    Chest x-ray
    Exercise stress testing
    Ambulatory ECG monitors
    Nuclear cardiology
    Cardiac positron emission tomography
    Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging
    Cardiac computed tomography
    Bedside hemodynamic monitoring
    Cardiac catheterization: coronary angiogram, intracoronary imaging, and physiology
    Chest pains and angina
    Chronic stable angina
    Non-ST-elevation acute coronary syndrome
    ST-elevation myocardial infarction
    Cardiogenic shock
    Percutaneous coronary intervention
    Coronary artery bypass surgery
    LV dysfunction and dilated cardiomyopathy: etiologies and evaluation
    Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction
    Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
    Restrictive cardiomyopathy
    Acute decompensated heart failure
    Heart failure: long-term management
    Heart transplantation
    Aortic stenosis
    Aortic regurgitation
    Mitral regurgitation
    Mitral stenosis
    Transcatheter aortic valve replacement
    Endocarditis and endocarditis prophylaxis
    Atrial fibrillation
    Supraventricular tachycardia
    Ventricular arrhythmias
    Cardiac pacing for bradycardia, conduction abnormalities, and heart failure
    Implantable cardioverter defibrillators
    Cardiac arrest and resuscitation
    Diabetes and cardiovascular disease
    Smoking cessation
    Physical activity, exercise, and the heart
    Cardiac manifestations of HIV
    Cardiac manifestations of rheumatologic disorders
    Cocaine and the heart
    Cardiovascular sequelae of COVID-19
    Heart disease in the elderly
    Heart disease in pregnancy
    Heart disease in women
    Sleep apnea and the heart
    Peripheral arterial disease
    Aortic aneurysms
    Aortic dissection
    Carotid artery disease
    Ischemic stroke
    Hemorrhagic stroke and cerebral venous sinus thrombosis
    Deep vein thrombosis
    Pulmonary embolism
    Hypercoagulable states
    Adult congenital heart disease
    Cardiac tumors
    Hypertensive crisis
    Oral anticoagulation therapy
    Pericarditis, pericardial constriction, and pericardial tamponade
    Preoperative cardiac evaluation
    Pulmonary hypertension
    Traumatic heart disease.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2023
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    edited by Gary R. Skuse and Maureen C. Ferran.
    Summary: This volume has been assembled for scientists interested in basic and applied biomedical research directed toward understanding the development, genetics, and function of cardiomyocytes. The methods and protocols contained within it address cell culture techniques, cardiomyocyte differentiation and redifferentiation, experimental induction of cardiomyopathies, introducing genes into cardiomyocytes, genomic approaches to the understanding cardiomyocytes, cryopreservation of neonatal cardiomyocytes, and modeling of cardiomyocyte function. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series format, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. Practical and current, Cardiomyocytes: Methods and Protocols explores complimentary areas of cardiomyocyte science that, taken together, can inform individuals with a broad range of interests.

    Generating primary cultures of murine cardiac myocytes and cardiac fibroblasts to study viral myocarditis / Barbara Sherry
    Enrichment of cardiomyocytes in primary cultures of murine neonatal hearts / Sreejit Parameswaran ... [et al.]
    Deep sequencing of cardiac microRNA-mRNA interactomes in clinical and experimental cardiomyopathy / Scot J. Matkovich and Gerald W. Dorn II
    Next-generation sequencing technology in the genetics of cardiovascular disease / Cecilia Vecoli
    Computational cardiac electrophysiology : implementing mathematical models of cardiomyocytes to Simulate Action Potentials of the Heart / Michael M. Bell and Elizabeth M. Cherry
    Methods of myofibrillogenesis modeling / Nancy K. Drew and Anna Grosberg
    Using the mechanical bidomain model to analyze the biomechanical behavior of cardiomyocytes / Bradley J. Roth
    Fabrication of a myocardial patch with cells differentiated from human-induced pluripotent stem cells / Lei Ye, Joydeep Basu, and Jianyi Zhang
    Efficient differentiation of cardiomyocytes from human pluripotent stem cells with growth factors / Rajneesh Jha, Ren-He Xu, and Chunhui Xu
    Isolation, culturing, and characterization of cardiac muscle cells from nonhuman primate heart tissue / Steven M. Hoynowski and John W. Ludlow
    Mouse embryonic stem cell-derived cardiac myocytes in a cell culture dish / Carley Glass ... [et al.]
    Cryopreservation of neonatal cardiomyocytes / Adam C. Vandergriff, M. Taylor Hensley, and Ke Cheng
    Evaluation of sarcomeric organization in human pluripotent stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes / Chrishan J.A. Ramachandra and Winston Shim
    Electrotonic coupled metabolic purification of chick cardiomyocytes / Winston Shim
    Gene transfer into cardiac myocytes / Sarah E. Lang and Margaret V. Westfall
    Analysis of 4D myocardial wall motion during early stages of chick heart development / Madeline Midgett and Sandra Rugonyi.
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    Shinya Minatoguchi.
    Summary: This book will provide readers with a detailed understanding of the ischemic damage to the myocardium after myocardial infarction, as well as essential tools for the treatment of damaged heart after myocardial infarction. It discusses various methods such as pharmacological pre- and post-conditioning, cytokine therapy, and cell therapy especially using Muse cells.The coverage of Muse cell therapy, which includes the latest work done by the author and his collaborators, is a unique feature of the book. Muse cells have self-renewability and have ability to differentiate into cells with the characteristics of all three germ layers from a single cell, while they are non-tumorigenic. It is the first book to feature the Muse cell therapy, which may offer the new promising therapeutic strategy for acute myocardial infarction. .

    Chapter 1: Myocardial infarction and development of heart failure
    Chapter 2: Ischemic preconditioning
    Chapter 3: Pharmacological preconditioning
    Chapter 4: Ischemic postconditioning
    Chapter 5: Pharmacological postconditioning
    Chapter 6: Cytokine therapy
    Chapter 7: Stem cell therapy
    Chapter 8: Future application and perspectives. .
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    Sheldon Magder, Atul Malhotra, Kathryn A. Hibbert, Charles Corey Hardin, editors.
    Summary: This book offers a comprehensive overview of the basic physiology of the cardiac and pulmonary systems, tools for cardiopulmonary monitoring, and related issues in the management of specific conditions. The volume is divided into three main parts. The first part examines the functional basis of normal and abnormal physiology, organized into cardiac and pulmonary units and followed by a combined interactive component. The next section discusses cardiopulmonary monitoring tools and variables and is also divided into cardiac (e.g, echocardiography, heart rate, cardiac output), pulmonary (e.g, lung volume, pleural pressure, electrical impedance tomography), and combined tools such as radiology/MRI and tissue perfusion tests. The third section concerns the management and application of specific clinical problems such as pulmonary hypertension, cardiac shunts, cardiogenic shock, and ECMO with an emphasis on the physiological basics. Cardiopulmonary Monitoring: Basic Physiology, Tools, and Bedside Management for the Critically Ill is an essential resource for physicians, residents, fellows, medical students, and researchers in cardiology, critical care, emergency medicine, anesthesiology, and radiology.

    Chapter 1. Introduction
    Part 1: Physiological Basics
    Section 1.1: Cardiovascular Basics
    Chapter 2. Volume and the Regulation of Cardiac Output
    Chapter 3. Function of the Right Heart
    Chapter 4. Function of the Left Heart
    Chapter 5. Pulmonary Vascular Resistance
    Chapter 6. Fluid Filtration in the Microcirculation
    Chapter 7. Physiology of Heart Rate
    Chapter 8. Physiological Aspects of Arterial Blood Pressure
    Chapter 9. Pulsatile Hemodynamics and Arterial Impedance
    Chapter 10. Basics of Fluid Physiology
    Chapter 11. Cerebral Hemodynamics
    Section 1.2: Pulmonary Basics
    Chapter 12. Stress, Strain and the Inflation of the Lung
    Chapter 13. Physiology of PEEP and Auto-PEEP
    Chapter 14. Basics of Ventilation/Perfusion Abnormalities in Critically Ill Ventilated Patients
    Chapter 15. Control of Breathing
    Chapter 16. Respiratory Muscle Blood Flow and Heart-Lung Interactions
    Chapter 17. Surfactant Activity and the Pressure Volume Curve of the Respiratory System
    Section 1.3: Interactions
    Chapter 18. Heart Lung Interactions
    Part 2: The Tools
    Section 2.1: Cardiovascular
    Chapter 19. Blood Pressure Measurements
    Chapter 20. Measurement of Cardiac Output
    Chapter 21. Evaluations of Devices for Measurement of Cardiac Output
    Chapter 22. Basics of Hemodynamic Measurements
    Chapter 23. Cerebral Hemodynamic Monitoring Techniques
    Chapter 24. Transthoracic Echocardiography for Monitoring Cardiopulmonary Interactions
    Chapter 25. Transesophageal Echocardiography for Monitoring Cardiopulmonary Interactions
    Chapter 26. Extra-Cardiac Doppler Hemodynamic Assessment Using Point-of-Care Ultrasound
    Chapter 27. Measurements of Fluid Requirements with Cardiovascular Challenges
    Chapter 28. CO2-Derived Indices to Guide Resuscitation in Critically Ill Patients
    Chapter 29. Microcirculatory Monitoring to Assess Cardio-Pulmonary Status
    Chapter 30. Clinical Assessment and Monitoring of Peripheral Circulation During Shock and Resuscitation
    Chapter 31. Optimizing Oxygen Delivery in Clinical Practice
    Section 2.2: Respiratory
    Chapter 32. Measuring Volume, Flow and Pressure in the Clinical Setting
    Chapter 33. Management of Pleural Pressure
    Chapter 34. Ultrasound Assessment of the Lung
    Chapter 35. Diaphragm Ultrasound: Physiology and Applications
    Chapter 36. Monitoring Respiratory Muscle Function
    Chapter 37. Basics of Electrical Impedance Tomography and its Application
    Chapter 38. Clinical Monitoring by Volumetric Capnography
    Chapter 39. MRI in the Assessment of Cardiopulmonary Interaction
    Section 2.3: Interaction
    Chapter 40. Respiratory Function of Hemoglobin: From Origin to Human Physiology and Pathophysiology
    Chapter 41. Acid Base and Hydrogen Ion
    Part 3: Applications
    Chapter 42. Use of Maintenance and Resuscitation Fluids
    Chapter 43. Identifying and Applying Best PEEP in Ventilated Critically Ill Patients
    Chapter 44. Cardiopulmonary Monitoring in the Prone Patient
    Chapter 45. Cardiopulmonary Interactions in the Management of Acute Obstructive Disease
    Chapter 46. Evaluation and Management of Ventilator-Patient Dyssynchrony
    Chapter 47. Cardiopulmonary Monitoring in the Patient with an Inflamed Lung
    Chapter 48. Ventilation during Veno-Venous Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation
    Chapter 49. Vasopressor Support of Patients with Cardio-Pulmonary Failure
    Chapter 50. Cardiogenic Shock Part 1: Epidemiology, Classification, Clinical Presentation, Physiological Process and Non-Mechanical Treatments
    Chapter 51. Cardiogenic Shock Part 2: Mechanical Devices for Cardiogenic Shock
    Chapter 52. Pathophysiology of Sepsis and Heart Lung Interactions: Part 1: Presentation and Mechanisms
    Chapter 53. Pathophysiology of Sepsis and Heart-Lung Interactions: Part 2,Treatment
    Chapter 54. Cardiopulmonary Monitoring of Pulmonary Hypertension and Right Ventricular Failure
    Chapter 55. Monitoring and Management of Acute Pulmonary Embolism
    Chapter 56. Clinical Neurologic Issues in Cerebrovascular Monitoring
    Chapter 57. Delirium in the Critically Ill Patient
    Chapter 58. Obesity in Critically Ill Patients
    Section 4: Epilogue
    Chapter 59. The Future.
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    W.H. Wilson Tang, Frederik H. Verbrugge, Wilfried Mullens, editors.
    Summary: This comprehensive manual reviews the management of cardiorenal syndrome in heart failure. Chapters are structured in a practically applicable and easy-to-follow format with realistic case vignettes and key clinical management questions and answers, followed by a brief discussion of underlying pathophysiological mechanisms of a patient with cardiorenal syndrome. Building from this case, key questions are posed that are relevant to the clinical management and then potential evidence-based treatment strategies are proposed. Topics covered include loop diuretic resistance in acute and chronic heart failure, abdominal congestion, low output failure and potential diuretic complications due to hyponatremia. Cardiorenal Syndrome in Heart Failure thoroughly reviews cardiorenal syndrome from the perspective of both the cardiologist and nephrologist. Its case-based approach makes it an ideal resource for both practising and trainee cardiology and nephrology practitioners.

    Introduction: Refining Physiologic-Based Individualized Management of Cardio-Renal Syndrome
    1. A Historical Perspective on Evolving Concepts of Cardio-Renal Syndrome in Heart Failure
    2. Hemodynamic Insights to Cardio-Renal Syndrome: A View Looking Back to See Forward
    Part 1. Insights from Pathophysiologic Mechanisms
    3. Mechanisms of Cardio-Renal Syndrome: From Molecular Pathways to Novel Therapeutics
    4. Pathophysiology of Cardio-Renal Syndrome: Autonomic Mechanisms
    5. Insights on Diuretic Therapy from Clinical and Pharmacologic Perspectives
    Part 2: Case-Based Discussions
    6. A patient with chronic kidney disease and heart failure with reduced ejection fraction
    7. A patient with chronic kidney disease and heart failure with preserved ejection fraction
    8. Heart Failure in a Patient with End-Stage Kidney Disease and Renal Replacement Therapy
    9. Loop diuretic resistance in a patient with chronic heart failure
    10. Worsening renal function in a patient with acute heart failure and volume overload
    11. Loop diuretic resistance in a patient with acute heart failure
    12: Diuretic therapy complicated by hyponatremia
    13. A patient with abdominal congestion
    14. Hepatorenal Dysfunction in a Patient with Advanced Heart Failure
    15. Low output heart failure: the cold and wet patient
    16. Cardio-Renal Syndrome in a Patient with Mechanical Circulatory Support
    17. Patient with Severe Right Heart Failure
    18. Refractory congestion
    when to use ultrafiltration?
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    editors, Peter Kokkinos and Puneet Narayan.
    Summary: This book examines the links between physical activity (PA), cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF), and cardiovascular and metabolic diseases. It presents an overview of the role of PA and CRF in the prevention and management of risk factors associated with cardiometabolic diseases such as hypertension, peripheral vascular disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, metabolic syndrome, dyslipidemia, obesity, and atherosclerosis. In addition, it explores how these risks vary with different populations such as the elderly and people of various racial backgrounds. The book also highlights risks associated with exercise and presents a prescription for appropriate and efficacious exercise to minimize risk and maximize health benefits for the heart. Cardiorespiratory Fitness in Prevention and Management of Cardiometabolic Disease is an essential resource for physicians, exercise physiologists, medical students, residents, fellows, nurses, and researchers in cardiology, cardiorespiratory fitness, exercise science, health promotion and disease prevention, public health, and epidemiology.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
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    J. Ernesto Molina.
    Summary: Significant changes have taken place in the realm of cardiac, thoracic, and vascular surgery during the last five to ten years. Many new operative procedures have been developed which remain relatively unknown to cardiothoracic surgeons. This practical manual covers a wide variety of these new processes, several of which are interventions offered to cardiologists practicing in the field of electrophysiology who are unaware that these interventions exist and can help them in situations they cannot solve. It includes general practical techniques; cardiac, thoracic, and vascular surgery procedures; and advances in cardiology and electrophysiology. Throughout the book, illustrations accompany the technical descriptions and show in step-by-step detail how to perform the operations and various procedures using proper equipment. Cardiothoracic Surgical Procedures and Techniques: A Practical Manual is an essential resource for physicians and related professionals, residents, fellows, physician assistants (PA), and graduate students in cardiology, cardiac surgery, thoracic surgery, and vascular surgery.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
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    Jian Yang, Alex Pui-Wai Lee, Vladimiro L. Vid, editors.
    Summary: This book offers readers a comprehensive introduction to the techniques and application of 3D printing in cardiovascular medicine. To do so, it addresses the history, concepts, and methods of 3D printing, choice of printing materials for clinical purposes, personalized planning of cardiac surgery and transcatheter interventions with patient-specific models, enhancement of patient-physician communication, simulation of endovascular procedures, and advances in 3D bio-printing. The book particularly focuses on the application of 3D printing to improve the efficacy and safety of cardiac interventions, and to promote the realization of precision medical care. The book gathers contributions by an international team of experts in the field of cardiovascular medicine, who combine the latest findings with their own practical experience in using 3D printing to support the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of cardiovascular diseases. They present in-depth discussions in the fields of congenital heart disease, valvular disease, coronary artery disease, cardiomyopathy, left atrial appendage occlusion, cardiac tumors and vascular diseases.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
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    William E. DeTurk, Lawrence P. Cahalin.
    Basic medical science
    Cardiovascular and pulmonary assessment
    Cardiovascular and pulmonary disease comorbidity
    Cardiovascular and pulmonary interventions
    Digital Access AccessPhysiotherapy 2018
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    Peter R. Hoskins, Patricia V. Lawford, Barry J. Doyle, editors.
    Summary: This book provides a balanced presentation of the fundamental principles of cardiovascular biomechanics research, as well as its valuable clinical applications. Pursuing an integrated approach at the interface of the life sciences, physics and engineering, it also includes extensive images to explain the concepts discussed. Cardiovascular biomechanics encompasses the relationship between the mechanics of the cardiovascular system and biological function in health and disease, and it is increasingly recognised that normal function and diseases involve a complex interplay between biology and mechanical forces. With a focus on explaining the underlying principles, this book examines the physiology and mechanics of circulation, mechanobiology and the biomechanics of different components of the cardiovascular system, in-vivo techniques, in-vitro techniques, and the medical applications of this research. Written for undergraduate and postgraduate students and including sample problems at the end of each chapter, this interdisciplinary text provides an essential introduction to the topic. It is also an ideal reference text for researchers and clinical practitioners, and will benefit a wide range of students and researchers including engineers, physicists, biologists and clinicians who are interested in the area of cardiovascular biomechanics.

    Introduction to fluid and solid mechanics
    Introduction to biomechanics of the cardiovascular system
    Blood and blood flow
    Arterial biomechanics I. Pressure, flow and stiffness
    Arterial biomechanics II. Forces, adaptability and mechanotransduction
    Excitation-contraction in the heart
    Biomechanics of the venous system
    Biomechanics of the microcirculation
    Medical imaging
    Modelling of the cardiovascular system
    Patient specific modelling
    Flow phantoms
    Measurement of the mechanical properties of biological tissues
    Cardiovascular prostheses
    Appendix 1: Questions
    Appendix 2: Glossary
    Digital Access Springer 2017
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    Michael Henein, editor.
    Summary: The book systematically describes the clinical and scientific aspects of cardiovascular calcification. Chapters detail the mechanisms associated with arterial and valve calcification, relevant risk factors, pathophysiology and the latest therapeutic techniques. Recent diagnostic technological developments including how computed tomography (CT) scanning can be utilized along with Agatston score to quantify coronary arterial calcification when investigating whether a patient for sub-clinical atherosclerosis are covered. The correlation with the presence of arterial calcification and extent of coronary stenosis is also explored. Cardiovasular Calcification details relevant aspects of the basic science and reviews the latest pathological and therapeutic techniques used in treating patients with cardiovascular calcification. It is therefore an essential resource for practicing cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, vascular specialists and radiologists.

    Plaque collagen synthesis and calcification: Working together to protect against instability and rupture
    Cardiovascular Calcification and Carotid Intima-media Thickness in atherosclerosis
    Heart valve calcification
    Valve Calcification (Aortic and Mitral)
    Calcification and Aortic Syndromes
    Prognostic Value of Coronary Artery Calcium
    Value of coronary calcium-screening for risk assessment in the general population
    Calcification and Coronary Interventions
    Coronary microcalcification
    Imaging Peripheral Arterial Calcifications
    Management of peripheral arterial calcification
    Arterial Calcification and Cerebral Disease: Stroke and Dementia
    Cardiovascular Calcification in Systemic Diseases.
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    Elena Aikawa, Joshua D. Hutcheson, editors.
    Summary: The book covers the basic science and clinical aspects of cardiovascular calcification and bone mineralization. Cardiovascular calcification is the leading predictor of cardiovascular morbidity and mortality, with a predictive value more significant than blood lipid levels. The presence of calcific mineral in cardiovascular tissues alters biomechanical performance, increasing workload on the heart and potentiating atherosclerotic plaque rupture and subsequent heart attack and stroke. This book examines the role of calcification in cardiovascular disease covering topics such as calcification in the atherosclerotic plaques and aortic valves arteries and valves, aortic valve replacement, peripheral artery disease, imaging of early calcification and target discovery. In addition, various forms of ectopic calcification as well as mechanisms of bone mineralization are discussed. Cardiovascular Calcification and Bone Mineralization is an essential resource for clinicians, researchers, and other medical professionals in cardiology, pathology, and biomedical engineering.

    Part I. Cardiovascular Calcification
    Chapter 1. The History of Cardiovascular Calcification
    Chapter 2. Basic Pathology of Arterial and Valvular Calcification in Humans
    Chapter 3. Developmental Pathways and Aortic Valve Calcification
    Chapter 4. Differential Mechanisms of Arterial and Valvular Calcification
    Chapter 5. Calcifying Extracellular Vesicles: Biology, Characterization, and Mineral Formation
    Chapter 6. Role of Biomechanical Stress and Mechanosensitive miRNAs in Calcific Aortic Valve Disease
    Chapter 7. The Role of Chronic Kidney Disease in Ectopic Calcification
    Chapter 8. The Role of Calcification in Peripheral Artery Disease
    Chapter 9. Bioprosthetic Heart Valve Calcification: Clinicopathologic Correlations, Mechanisms, and Prevention
    Part II. Ectopic Calcification
    Chapter 10. Electron Microscopy for the Characterization of Soft Tissue Mineralization
    Chapter 11. Cardiovascular Calcification in Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria and Correlation with Age-Related Degenerative Calcification
    Chapter 12. Calcinosis in Scleroderma
    Chapter 13. Placental Calcification: Long-standing Questions and New Biomedical Research Directions
    Chapter 14. Heterotopic Ossification Following Traumatic Blast Injury
    Part III. Bone Mineralization
    Chapter 15. The Paradoxical Relationship Between Skeletal and Cardiovascular Mineralization
    Chapter 16. Cellular Contributors to Bone Homeostasis
    Chapter 17. Bone Biology, Modeling, Remodeling, and Mineralization
    Chapter 18. Osteoclasts in Cardiovascular Calcification
    Part IV. Imaging, Treatment, and Target Discovery
    Chapter 19. Imaging Cardiovascular Calcification Activity with 18F-Fluoride PET
    Chapter 20. The Role of Elastin Degradation in Vascular Calcification: Possibilities to Repair Elastin and Reverse Calcification
    Chapter 21. Clinical Trials and Calcification-Based Treatment Decisions
    Chapter 22. Surgical Versus Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement
    Chapter 23. Target Discovery in Calcification Through Omics and Systems Approaches
    Digital Access Springer 2020
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    editors, Merle Myerson and Marshall J. Glesby.
    Summary: This book provides the most current overview of the evaluation and management of cardiovascular disease in people living with HIV/AIDS. The text assesses the risk factors associated with cardiovascular disease in HIV/AIDS patients and explores the most cutting edge ways to diagnose and treat the specific diseases that are most common for people living with HIV. This text takes a well-rounded, multidisciplinary approach that considers infectious disease and HIV specialists who may have little familiarity with the diagnosis and management of manifest CVD or risk factors as well as those in remote areas where providers may have little or no infrastructure to support optimal care for their patients. The text also serves cardiovascular specialists who may not have the expertise in HIV care to meet the unique needs of these patients. Cardiovascular Care for the Patient Living with HIV is the ultimate resource for not only all infectious disease and HIV specialists, but also for cardiologists, neurologists, vascular surgeons, general practitioners, nurse practitioners, physicians assistants, and all other medical professionals who care for people living with HIV.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
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    Maciej Banach, editor.
    Summary: This book is the first comprehensive approach on COVID-19 cardiac complications, both during the acute phase as well as in the long-COVID period. It provides an up-to-date and highly illustrated summary of the biology of SARS-CoV-2, the course of COVID-19, risk factors that worsen the disease in COVID-19 patients, clinical features of COVID-19 patients, COVID-19 cardiological complications, treatment, and prevention methods, and long-term cardiological aspects of COVID-19. Chapters provide the reader with a contemporary perspective on the emerging links between COVID-19 and cardiovascular disease. In addition, this volume discusses the clinical implications and therapeutic goals in patients with COVID-19 and cardiac complications, as well as possible therapeutic options. It also offers clear recommendations on how to manage (both non- and pharmacologically) to avoid the increased number of COVID-19 related deaths due to CVD and its risk factors. Cardiovascular Complications of COVID-19 will be the primary resource for physicians, residents, fellows, and nursed and medical students in the fields of cardiology and COVID-19/infectious diseases as well as healthcare providers that initiate preventive activities and dedicated programs.

    Part I: General Part
    Chapter 1: Biology of SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus
    Origin, Structure, and Variants
    Method of Search
    The SARS-CoV-2 Biology
    The SARS-CoV-2 Origins
    The SARS-CoV-2 Structure
    SARS-CoV-2 Variants
    Chapter 2: COVID-19 Epidemiology and Differences in Incidence and Mortality Between Countries
    Asian Countries
    COVID-19 in the United States of America Canada
    South Africa
    Chapter 3: Clinical Symptoms and Course of COVID-19
    SARS-CoV-2 Transmission
    Virus Replication
    Immunological Responses and Cytokine Storm (CS)
    Virus Variants and Associated Evolution in the Clinical Course
    Clinical Stages of COVID-19 [21]
    Mild and Asymptomatic Stage
    Symptomatic Stage
    Severe Disease
    Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome/Critical Stage
    Clinical Symptoms of COVID-19 General Symptoms in the Early, Asymptomatic and Mild Infection
    Respiratory Manifestations
    Extra-Respiratory Manifestations
    Hematologic Abnormalities
    Prothrombotic Events
    Cardiovascular Involvement
    Neurological and Neuropsychiatric Manifestations
    Kidney Involvement
    Gastrointestinal and Hepatic Involvement
    Skin Associated COVID-19 Symptoms
    COVID-19 in Children
    Long COVID-19
    Chapter 4: Risk Factors of Developing COVID-19 and its Severe Course
    COVID-19 and Related Cardiovascular Risk Factors
    Diabetes Obesity
    Chronic Kidney Disease
    Additional Markers of Increased CV Disease Risk in COVID-19
    Chapter 5: Prognosis in COVID-19 Patients: Statistics, Risk Factors
    Demographic Features
    Age and Sex
    Clinical Symptoms
    Comorbidities and the Course of COVID-19
    Diabetes Mellitus
    Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
    Chronic Kidney Disease
    Special Conditions and Populations of Patients and the COVID-19 Course
    Children Selected Laboratory Parameters Values and the COVID-19 Course
    Leukocyte Counts
    Lymphocyte Counts
    Neutrophil Counts
    Platelet Counts
    C-Reactive Protein (CRP)
    Procalcitonin (PCT)
    Lactate Dehydrogenase (LDH)
    Interleukin 6 (IL-6)
    Aspartate Aminotransferase (AST) and Alanine Aminotransferase (ALT)
    Cardiac Troponin
    Conclusions and Take-Home Message
    Part II: Cardiovascular Complications of the Acute Phase of COVID-19
    Digital Access Springer 2022
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    Umair Mallick.
    Summary: This book discusses the evidence behind the relationship between COVID-19 and heart disease based on emerging state-of-the-art data. The rapid and unexpected global spread of the COVID-19 has revealed proportional levels of cardiovascular and metabolic complications. A myriad of pathogenetic mechanisms has come to the surface. There is still much research required to define whether cardiovascular disease causes COVID-19 complications or that cardiovascular disease appears as a result of the infection and which mechanisms are responsible. With cardiovascular and metabolic diseases already at pandemic levels and expected to increase further, this book provides readers with an urgent and thorough analysis of this association. Cardiovascular Complications of COVID-19: Risk, Pathogenesis and Outcomes provides answers to the increasing numbers of questions related to heart disease in COVID-19, highlighting the association between these pandemics and including risk factors, mechanisms and how these may impact diverse patients populations. It describes how COVID-19 impacts older patients and those with metabolic illnesses such as obesity and diabetes mellitus, while providing an overview of the observed gender dichotomy among patients. It therefore represents an essential resource not only for all cardiovascular physicians but also for any healthcare professionals managing patients with these diseases or those exploring COVID-19.

    Virology Of COVID 19
    Clinical Features And Complications Of COVID 19.-Treatment Options In Covid 19
    Inflammation And COVID 19
    Renin Angiotensin System And COVID 19
    Pathogenetic Mechanisms In Non-Cardiovascular Complications
    Cytokines And Viral Damage In COVID 19
    Thrombosis In COVID 19
    Angiotensin Converting Enzyme 2 In COVID 19
    Regulatory Systems And COVID 19
    Miscellaneous Novel Mechanisms In COVID 19
    Myocardial Injury And Acute Coronary Syndromes In COVID 19
    Heart Failure, Hypertension And Arrhythmias In COVID 19
    Patients With Cardiometabolic Diseases And COVID 19
    Older Age And COVID 19
    Gender Dichotomy And COVID 19
    Quality Of Research In COVID 19
    Digital Access Springer 2022
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    edited by James Stirrup, Russell Bull, Michelle Williams and Ed Nicol
    Summary: A practical guide to performing and analysing cardiovascular scans, this handbook is fully updated in this second edition. Containing a wealth of example scan images and detailed guidance on techniques and interpretations, this book is an invaluable workstation resource.
    Digital Access Ovid 2020
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    Senta S. Rogers and Irvin C. Mohler.

    v. 1. 1960-1973.
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    Z6664.H3 R63 1974
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    Keith C. Ferdinand, Herman A. Taylor, Jr., Carlos J. Rodriguez, editors.
    Summary: The book discusses the impact of genetics, social determinants of health, the environment, and lifestyle in the burden of cardiometabolic conditions in African American and Hispanic/Latinx populations. It includes fully updated and revised chapters on genetics and CVD risk, epidemiology of cardiovascular health, cardiovascular imaging, dyslipidemias and other emerging risk factors, obesity and metabolic syndrome, heart failure, and genetic variations in CVD. Unique aspects within African American and Hispanic/Latinx populations are explored with suggested appropriate therapeutic interventions. New chapters focus on ASCVD risk assessment, emerging precision medicine concepts, the impact of diabetes, resilience and CVD survival, and lifestyle and dieting considerations. Written by a team of experts, the book examines the degree to which biomedical and scientific literature can clarify the impact of genetic variation and environment on cardiovascular disease. The Second Edition of Cardiovascular Disease in Racial and Ethnic Minority Populations is an essential resource for physicians, residents, fellows, and medical students in cardiology, internal medicine, family medicine, clinical lipidology, and epidemiology.

    1: Overview and Perspectives: Cardiovascular Disease in Racial/Ethnic Minorities in the Era of COVID-19
    Introduction to Precision Medicine: Minority Populations and Cardiovascular Health
    Lipoprotein(a): A Cardiovascular Risk Factor Affecting Ethnic Minorities
    Emerging Precision Medicine Concepts and Cardiovascular Health in African Americans and Hispanics
    The Implementation Frontier: Impact on Cardiovascular Health in Racial and Ethnic Minority Populations
    Genomic Approaches to Hypertension Heart Failure in African Americans and Hispanic Americans: A Persistent and Disproportionate Burden in Underrepresented Minorities
    Heterogeneity, Nativity, and Disaggregation of Cardiovascular Risk and Outcomes in Hispanic Americans
    Cardiovascular Epidemiology in Hispanics/Latinos: Lessons Learned from HCHS/SOL
    Lessons Learned from the Jackson Heart Study (JHS)
    Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors in the Hispanic/Latino Population
    Progress in ASCVD Risk Assessment in African American and Hispanics Cardiovascular Disease in Minorities: Unique Considerations Hypertension in African and Hispanic Americans
    Weight Loss, Lifestyle, and Dietary Factors in CVD in African Americans and Hispanics
    Coronary Calcium Scoring in African American and Hispanic Patients
    Epidemiology CVD in African Americans
    Cardiac Amyloid Heart Disease in Racial/Ethnic Minorities: Focus on Transthyretin Amyloid Cardiomyopathy
    Imaging for the Assessment and Management of Cardiovascular Disease in Women and Minority Populations
    References 2: Introduction to Precision Medicine: Minority Populations and Cardiovascular Health
    An Introduction to Genomic Testing
    Diagnostic Genetic Testing for Heart Disease
    Advances in Genetic Testing
    Development of Genetic Tests as an Evidence-Based Process
    Lack of Diversity in Genetic Research and the Missing Evidence Supporting Generalizability of Genetic Tests
    Impaired Discovery of Genetic Causes in Minority Populations
    Misdiagnosis of Genetic Conditions in Minority Populations
    Unclear Treatment Response in Minority Populations Unclear Validity and Utility of Individual Genetic Tests in Minority Populations
    Understanding the Personal Utility of Genetic Tests in Minority Populations
    Access to Precision Medicine and the Health Disparities
    On the Horizon
    The Road Forward
    3: Lipoprotein(a): A Cardiovascular Risk Factor Affecting Ethnic Minorities
    Introduction to Lipoprotein(a)
    4: Emerging Precision Medicine Concepts and Cardiovascular Health in African Americans and Hispanics
    Race, Ethnicity, and Genetic Ancestry
    Digital Access Springer 2021
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    Thorsten M. Leucker, Gary Gerstenblith, editors.
    Digital Access Springer 2023
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    Bernhard T. Baune, Phillip J. Tully, editors.
    Epidemiology of Cardiovascular Disease and Depression
    The risk relationship between depression and CVD during aging
    Mechanisms linking depression to cardiovascular disease: what do epidemiological studies tell us?
    Anxiety and the effects on cardiovascular disease
    A Clinical Cardiology Perspective of Psychocardiology
    The validity of vascular depression as a diagnostic construct
    Mental stress-induced myocardial infarction
    Neuropsychological Impairment of Patients with Depression
    Neuroimaging of risk factors of depression and cardiovascular disease
    Heart Rate Variability, Affective Disorders and Health
    Arterial Stiffness in the depression and cardiovascular comorbidity
    Depression and markers of arteriosclerosis
    cross-sectional analyses of the baseline examination of the BiDirect Cohort study
    Metabolic-Inflammation Aspects of Depression and Cardiovascular Disease
    Genetic overlap between depression and cardiovascular disease
    Emotional word processing in cardiovascular disease, depression, and depression subtypes
    Nutrition and depression
    current evidence on the association of dietary patterns with depression and its subtypes
    Cardiometabolic Risk and Monitoring in Psychiatric Disorders
    Monitoring for metabolic dysfunction and cardiovascular disease in bipolar disorder: a shared illness process approach
    Assessment and Psychological interventions in depression comorbid with cardiovascular disease
    Moving beyond mood: is it time to recommend cognitive training for depression in older adults?
    The Internet and Mobile technology: a platform for behavior change and intervention in depression and CVDs
    Pharmacological treatment and prevention of cardiovascular diseases and depression comorbidity: understanding epidemiological, clinical trial evidence and the biological underpinnings
    Anti-inflammatory agents for the treatment of depression in the light of comorbid cardiovascular disease
    The use of complementary alternative and integrative medicine (CAIM) for treatment and prevention of late-life depression and cardiovascular disease
    An integrative psychosomatic approach to the treatment of to the treatment of patients with cardiovascular disease
    Prevention of CVD in depression
    Screening for depression in coronary heart disease: detection of early disease states.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
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    [series editor, Graeme S. Avery].
    v.1, Antiarrhythmic, antihypertensive, and lipid lowering drugs ; v.2, [beta]-adrenoceptor blocking drugs ; v.3, Antithrombotic drugs ; v.4, Antihypertensive drugs today.
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    RM345 .C375
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    Steven H. Yale, Halil Tekiner, Joseph J. Mazza, Eileen S. Yale, Ryan C. Yale.
    Summary: This book proposes a novel learning approach that complements and augments the prevailing method of case-based learning. Learning these signs requires the application and integration of the fundamental skills of observation, palpation, percussion, and auscultation, and in more advanced cases, the use of maneuvers performed at the patient's bedside. The book provides a discussion of the utility of the signs and reviews the mechanism and pathophysiology of related cardiovascular diseases. Each chapter discusses eponymic signs for a variety of cardiovascular diseases such as atherosclerosis, heart failure, hypertension, venothromboembolism, ischemic heart disease, pericarditis, and peripheral vascular disease. Finding a particular sign during the physical examination enhances clinical suspicion for a specific cardiovascular disease, directing physicians to obtain more specific studies to confirm a diagnosis. This should lead to the delivery of more efficient care with the potential benefit of lowering health care costs. Cardiovascular Eponymic Signs: Diagnostic Skills Applied During the Physical Examination is an essential resource for physicians and related professionals, residents, fellows, and graduate students in cardiology, primary care, and internal medicine.

    1. Aneurysms
    2. Atherosclerosis
    3. Endocarditis
    4. Heart Failure
    5. Hypertension
    6. Ischemic Heart Disease
    7. Murmurs
    8. Pericarditis
    9. Peripheral Vascular Disease
    10. Pulse
    11. Reflexes
    12. Sounds
    13. Sternal, Suprasternal, Intrathoracic and Right Atrium
    14. Venothromboembolism
    15. Vitals.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
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    Dhavendra Kumar, Perry Elliott, editors.
    Summary: This title reflects the exponential growth in the knowledge and information on this subject and defines the extensive clinical translation of cardiovascular genetics and genomics in clinical practice. This concise, clinically oriented text is targeted at a broad range of clinicians who manage patients and families with a wide range of heterogeneous inherited cardiovascular conditions. Cardiovascular Genetics and Genomics: Principles and Clinical Practice includes a concise and clear account on selected topics written by a team of leading experts on clinical cardiovascular genetics. Each chapter include key information to assist the clinician and case histories have been incorporated to reflect contemporary practice in clinical cardiovascular genetics and genomics. Therefore this will be of key importance to all professionals working in the discipline, from clinicians and trainees in cardiology, cardiac surgery, electrophysiology, immunology through geneticists, nursing staff and those involved in precision medicine.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
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    Arman T. Askari, Adrian W. Messerli, editors.
    Summary: Intended for anyone involved in the day-to-day management of patients with hemodynamic derangements, this book reinforces the basic tenets of hemodynamics through the use of hemodynamic tracings and clinical correlation.

    Intro; Preface to the Second Edition; Acknowledgment; Contents; Contributors; List of Figures; List of Tables; Part I: Components of Myocardial Performance;
    1: Preload; Understanding the Concept; Preload Physiology and Theory; Chamber Anatomy and Function; The Right Atrial Pressure Waveform; Assessing Preload from the Right Atrial Pressure; Preload Reserve and the Venous System; Preload and the Respiratory Cycle; The Pulmonary Capillary Wedge Pressure Waveform; Assessing Preload from the Pulmonary Capillary Wedge Pressure; Preload Dependency and Pressure-Volume Loops Preload in Clinical PracticeInvasive Hemodynamics; Noninvasive Preload Assessment Techniques; Additional Invasive Preload Assessment Techniques; References; Suggested Reading;
    2: Afterload; Understanding the Concept; Afterload Physiology and Theory; Afterload and Arterial Vasculature; Reflected Pressure Waves; Input Impedance and Characteristic Impedance; Assessing Afterload from Invasive Hemodynamics; Ventricular Wall Stress Versus Arterial Input Impedance; Afterload Mismatch; Ventriculo-Arterial Coupling and Pressure-Volume Loops; Afterload and Cardiac Efficiency Definition and Determinants of Cardiac OutputCirculatory Hemodynamics; Hemodynamic Disturbances: The Failing Heart and Shock; Methods of Determining Cardiac Output; Thermodilution; The Fick Cardiac Output; Other Methods of Assessing Cardiac Output; References; Suggested Reading; Part II: Effects of Selected Interventions on CV Hemodynamics;
    5: Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone Axis Modulators and Other Vasodilators; Introduction; Mechanism of Raas Inhibitors; Cardiovascular Hemodynamics; Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibitors; Angiotensin Receptor Blockers; Aldosterone Antagonists Direct Renin InhibitorsDual RAAS Blockade; Other Vasodilators; References;
    6: Beta Blockers and Calcium Channel Blockers; Introduction; Beta Blockers; Introduction; Pharmacological Characteristics of Beta Blockers; Hemodynamic Effects of Beta Blockers; Effect on Central Pressure; The Therapeutic Indications of Beta Blockers; Hypertension; Arrhythmia; Heart Failure; Coronary Artery Disease; Conclusion; Calcium Channel Blockers (CCBs); Introduction; Mechanism of Action; Classification; Cardiovascular Hemodynamics; Left Ventricular Hypertrophy; Effects on Cardiac Contractility
    Digital Access Springer 2019
  • Digital
    edited by George A. Stouffer ; associate editors, J. Larry Klein, David P. McLaughlin.
    Basics of hemodynamics. Introduction to basic hemodynamic principles / James E Faber, George A Stouffer
    The nuts and bolts of right heart catheterization and PA catheter placement / Vickie Strang, George A Stouffer
    Normal hemodynamics / Alison Keenon, Eron D Crouch, James E Faber, George A Stouffer
    Arterial pressure / George A Stouffer
    The atrial waveform / David P McLaughlin, George A Stouffer
    Cardiac output / Frederick M Costello, George A Stouffer
    Detection, localization, and quantification of intracardiac shunts / Frederick M Costello, George A Stouffer
    Valvular heart disease. Aortic stenosis / David P McLaughlin, George A Stouffer
    Hemodynamics of transcatheter and surgical aortic valve replacement / John P Vavalle, Michael Yeung, Thomas G Caranasos, Cassandra J Ramm
    Mitral stenosis / Robert V Kelly, Chadwick Huggins, George A Stouffer
    Aortic regurgitation / George A Stouffer
    Mitral regurgitation / Robert V Kelly, Mauricio G Cohen, George A Stouffer
    The tricuspid valve / David A Tate, George A Stouffer
    Hemodynamic findings in pulmonic valve disease / Cynthia Zhou, Anand Shah, George A Stouffer
    Cardiomyopathies. Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy / Jayadeep S Varanasi, George A Stouffer
    Heart failure / Geoffrey T Jao, Steven Filby, Patricia P Chang
    Restrictive cardiomyopathy / David P McLaughlin, George A Stouffer
    Pericardial disease. Constrictive pericarditis / David P McLaughlin, George A Stouffer
    Cardiac tamponade / Siva B Mohan, George A Stouffer
    Effusive-constrictive pericarditis / Eric M Crespo, Sidney C Smith, George A Stouffer
    Hemodynamic support. Hemodynamics of intra-aortic balloon counterpulsation / Richard A Santa-Cruz, George A Stouffer
    Hemodynamics of left ventricular assist device implantation / Brett C Sheridan, Jason N Katz
    Coronary hemodynamics. Coronary hemodynamics / David P McLaughlin, Samuel S Wu, George A Stouffer
    Fractional flow reserve / Paul M Johnson, Shriti Mehta, Prashant Kaul, George A Stouffer
    Miscellaneous. Right ventricular myocardial infarction / Robert V Kelly, Mauricio G Cohen, George A Stouffer
    Pulmonary hypertension / Lisa J Rose-Jones, Daniel Fox, David P McLaughlin, George A Stouffer
    Hemodynamics of arrhythmias and pacemakers / Rodrigo Bolanos, Kimberly A Selzman, Lukas Jantac, George A Stouffer
    Systematic evaluation of hemodynamic tracings / George A Stouffer.
    Digital Access Wiley 2017
  • Digital
    Elena Aikawa, editor.
    Part 1: Preclinical imaging of mechanisms of atherosclerosis and its complications
    Pathobiology and basic mechanisms of atherosclerosis
    Ultrasound imaging of endothelial cell activation and damage in atherosclerosis
    Molecular imaging of macrophages
    Optical molecular imaging of inflammation and calcification in atherosclerosis
    Imaging of antigen-presenting cells
    Imaging of oxidation-specific epitopes
    Intravascular molecular imaging
    Imaging of complications of atherosclerosis (platelets aggregation and thrombosis)
    Part 2: Imaging insights into mechanisms of calcific aortic valve disease (CAVD) and calcification
    Pathobiology and basic mechanisms of CAVD
    Molecular imaging of aortic valve inflammation and calcification: Preclinical studies
    PET CT imaging of inflammation and calcification in CAVD: Clinical studies
    Ultrasound imaging of CAVD
    Micro-OCT imaging of microcalcification
    Part 3: Clinical imaging of inflammation and calcification
    MR imaging in cardiovascular disease
    Molecular mechanisms of atherosclerosis imaged by MR
    Cardiovascular nuclear imaging
    Preclinical and clinical PET CT imaging of inflammation and calcification
    Clinical feasibility and monitoring of the effects of anti-inflammatory therapy in atherosclerosis.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
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    [edited by] Deepak L. Bhatt.
    Digital Access
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    volume editors, Riccarda Granata, Jørgen Isgaard.
    Testosterone and cardiovascular risk in men / Kelly, D.M., Jones, T.H.
    Hormone therapy and venous thromboembolism among postmenopausal women / Scarabin, P.-Y.
    Cardiovascular and metabolic impact of glucocorticoid replacement therapy / Johannsson, G., Ragnarsson, O.
    Cardiovascular disease and thyroid function / Faber, J., Selmer, C.
    Hormonal alterations in heart failure : anabolic impairment in chronic heart failure
    diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic issues / Arcopinto, M., Cittadini, A.
    Genetics of primary aldosteronism / Funder, J.W.
    Adipose tissue dysfunction and inflammation in cardiovascular disease / Wronkowitz, N., Romacho, T., Sell, H., Eckel, J.
    Potential peptides in atherosclerosis therapy / Marleau, S., Mellal, K., Huynh, D.N., Ong, H.
    Interaction between insulin-like growth factor-1 and atherosclerosis and vascular aging / Higashi, Y., Quevedo, H.C., Tiwari, S., Sukhanov, S., Shai, S.-Y., Anwar, A., Delafontaine, P.
    Ghrelin and the cardiovascular system / Tokudome, T., Kishimoto, I., Miyazato, M., Kangawa, K.
    Natriuretic peptide system and the heart / del Ry, S., Cabiati, M., Clerico, A.
    Beyond glycemic control : cardiovascular effects of incretin-based therapies / Angeli, F.S., Shannon, R.P.
    Digital Access Karger 2014
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    [edited by] Warren J. Manning, Dudley J. Pennell.
    Basic principles of cardiovascular magnetic resonance
    Techniques for T1, T2, and extracellular volume mapping
    Cardiovascular magnetic resonance contrast agents
    Myocardial perfusion imaging theory
    Myocardial perfusion cardiovascular magnetic resonance : advanced techniques
    Blood flow velocity assessment
    Use of navigator echoes in cardiovascular magnetic resonance and factors affecting their implementation
    Cardiovascular magnetic resonance assessment of myocardial oxygenation
    Cardiac magnetic resonance spectroscopy
    Special considerations for cardiovascular magnetic resonance : safety, electrocardiographic setup, monitoring, and contraindications
    Pacemaker and implantable cardioverter-defibrillator safety and safe scanning
    Special considerations : cardiovascular magnetic resonance in infants and children
    Human cardiac magnetic resonance at ultrahigh fields : technical innovations, early clinical applications and opportunities for discoveries
    Clinical cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging techniques
    Normal cardiac anatomy
    Assessment of cardiac function
    Stress cardiovascular magnetic resonance : wall motion
    Stress cardiovascular magnetic resonance : clinical myocardial perfusion
    Acute myocardial infarction : cardiovascular magnetic resonance detection and characterization
    Acute myocardial infarction : ventricular remodeling
    Myocardial viability
    Cardiovascular magnetic resonance tagging for assessment of left ventricular diastolic function
    Magnetic resonance imaging of coronary arteries : technique
    Coronary artery imaging : clinical results
    Coronary artery and sinus velocity and flow
    Coronary artery bypass graft imaging and assessment of flow
    Atherosclerotic plaque imaging : aorta and carotid
    Atherosclerotic plaque imaging : coronaries
    Assessment of the biophysical mechanical properties of the arterial wall
    Valvular heart disease
    Role of cardiovascular magnetic resonance in dilated cardiomyopathy
    T1 and T2 mapping and extracellular volume in cardiomyopathy
    Cardiac iron loading and myocardial T2
    Arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy
    Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
    Cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging in the evaluation of cardiac transplantation
    Cardiac and paracardiac masses
    Cardiovascular magnetic resonance assessment of right ventricular anatomy and function
    Simple and complex congenital heart disease : infants and children
    Simple and complex congenital heart disease : adults
    Pulmonary vein and left atrial imaging
    Thoracic aortic disease
    Cardiovascular magnetic resonance angiography : carotids, aorta, and peripheral vessels
    Pulmonary artery
    The pericardium : anatomy and spectrum of disease
    Interventional cardiovascular magnetic resonance
    Pediatric interventional cardiovascular magnetic resonance
    Cost-effectiveness analysis for cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging
    Cardiac positron emission tomography/magnetic resonance
    Guidelines for cardiovascular magnetic resonance
    Noncardiac pathology
    CMR screening form: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC): CMR Center
    CMR sequence protocols in use (2018) at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC): CMR Center
    Analogous CMR terminology used by various vendors.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2019
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    Raymond Y. Kwong, Michael Jerosch-Herold, Bobak Heydari, editors.
    Summary: The significantly updated second edition of this important work provides an up-to-date and comprehensive overview of cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging (CMR), a rapidly evolving tool for diagnosis and intervention of cardiovascular disease. New and updated chapters focus on recent applications of CMR such as electrophysiological ablative treatment of arrhythmias, targeted molecular MRI, and T1 mapping methods. The book presents a state-of-the-art compilation of expert contributions to the field, each examining normal and pathologic anatomy of the cardiovascular system as assessed by magnetic resonance imaging. Functional techniques such as myocardial perfusion imaging and assessment of flow velocity are emphasized, along with the exciting areas of artherosclerosis plaque imaging and targeted MRI. This cutting-edge volume represents a multi-disciplinary approach to the field, with contributions from experts in cardiology, radiology, physics, engineering, physiology and biochemistry, and offers new directions in noninvasive imaging. The Second Edition of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging is an essential resource for cardiologists and radiologists striving to lead the way into the future of this important field.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
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    editor, John H.K. Vogel.
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    Stored offsite. Please request print.
    RC667 .C394
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    [edited by] Debabrata Mukherjee, Richard A Lange.
    Summary: "The field of cardiovascular medicine continues to rapidly evolve in both diagnostic and therapeutic arenas. Over the past decade, substantial advances have been made on many fronts including the development and utilization of techniques and devices for cardiovascular imaging, electrophysiology mapping and ablation techniques, heart failure diagnosis and management, percutaneous hemodynamic support, newer drug-eluting stents, drug coated balloons and structural heart endovascular techniques. Concurrent with advances in percutaneous techniques, cardiovascular surgery has also evolved with minimally invasive and robotic techniques"-- Provided by publisher.
    Digital Access LWW Health Library 2022
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    Sven Plein, John Greenwood, John P. Ridgway, editors.
    Summary: This updated manual is a practical and compact introductory text to CMR. It includes a didactic overview of the physics of magnetic resonance imaging, cross-referencing consistently to the clinical chapters and describing the relationship between an understanding of basic MRI physics and producing better images. Building on the first edition, the authors review the practicalities of CMR from referral to screening, set-up of the study and reporting, including numerous tips and tricks on how the reader can improve the quality of their images. The book outlines the most commonly acquired image components used in CMR and details how CMR is used in clinical practice. It covers the most common referrals for CMR imaging in a structured way with imaging protocols and case examples for each indication. Throughout the book, the authors have used graphs and tables to highlight important learning aspects. The emphasis of each chapter is on providing practical, hands-on information, making this book a key resource for all training and certifying for the use of CMR. Cardiovascular MR Manual, 2e is of use to all clinicians working in cardiology or imaging for developing a general understanding of the diagnostic information that can be obtained from CMR, the indications for referral, and the contraindications and limitations of the technique.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
  • Digital
    Ik-Kyung Jang, editor.
    History of OCT
    Physics of OCT
    Histology validation of OCT images
    Characterization of coronary plaques
    Basic interpretation skill
    Early stent evaluation
    Late stent changes
    Bioabsorbable stent
    Stent thrombosis
    Consensus document
    Future development. .
    Digital Access Springer 2015
  • Digital
    Ik-Kyung Jang, editor.
    Summary: This heavily revised second edition comprehensively reviews the use of optical coherence tomography (OCT) in cardiovascular practice. It provides detailed guidance on how to properly interpret OCT images and successfully utilise it in daily clinical practice Chapters cover the development and physics associated with OCT, relevant interpretation skills, OCT imaging artifacts, plaque erosion, bioabsorbable stent, the detection of vulnerable plaque, and the use of OCT imaging in unison with other modalities such as phase contrast imaging (PCI). Areas of potential future development are also covered Cardiovascular OCT Imaging enables interventional cardiologists and cardiologists to quickly become both familiar and develop a detailed understanding of this technology to improve patient care and treatment outcome. It is a valuable reference for all practising and trainee medical professionals in cardiology, and in particular those who specialize in interventional cardiology.

    The Development and Physics of OCT
    Histology Validation of OCT Images
    Basic Interpretation Skills
    Intravascular OCT Imaging Artifacts
    Coronary plaque types: TCFA, healed plaque, calcified plaque
    Plaque Erosion
    How to use OCT to optimize PCI
    Post-PCI OCT findings and the clinical significance
    Very Late Stent Thrombosis (neoatherosclerosis)
    Bioabsorbable Stent
    Detection of Vulnerable Plaque
    Multi-modality imaging
    Future Development. .
    Digital Access Springer 2020
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    Gary V. Heller, Timothy M. Bateman, James A. Case, Parthiban Arumugam.
    Section 1: Current Concepts of Cardiovascular Pet Imaging: The New Paradigm Timothy M. Bateman
    Section 1: Current Concepts of Cardiovascular Pet Imaging: The New Paradigm: Introduction
    Section 2: Clinical Overview of Contemporary Myocardial Perfusion Imaging with Cardiac PET
    Chapter 1: Clinical Overview of Contemporary Myocardial Perfusion Imaging with Cardiac Positron Emission Tomography (PET)
    Chapter 2: Coronary Artery Calcium Scanning in Conjunction with Stress/Rest Myocardial Perfusion Imaging: Complementary Uses for Risk Assessment and Clinical Patient Management
    Chapter 3: Interpretation of Cardiac PET Myocardial Perfusion Imaging Studies
    Section 3: Quantitative Myocardial Blood Flow Assessment
    Chapter 4: Assessing Myocardial Blood Flow with Cardiac PET: Acquisition, Processing, and Quality Control
    Chapter 5: Quantitative Myocardial Blood Flow: Practical Clinical Perspective with Case Examples
    Section 4: Technical Developments in Cardiovascular PET
    Chapter 6: Latest Innovations in Cardiovascular PET Instrumentation
    Chapter 7: New Developments in Cardiac PET Radionuclide Production: Tracers, Cyclotrons, Generators, and Delivery Systems for Cardiac PET Imaging
    Chapter 8: Radiation Exposure with Cardiovascular PET: New Data
    Section 5: Myocardial Viability Assessment: The Current Role of Cardiac PET
    Chapter 9: Cardiac PET Myocardial Viability Assessment: Emerging Clinical Data
    Chapter 10: Patient Preparation for FDG PET Viability Imaging
    Chapter 11: Interpretation of Cardiac PET Myocardial Viability Studies
    Section 6: Current Status of Assessment of Cardiovascular Inflammation and Infection Imaging
    Chapter 12: Current Status of Assessment of Cardiac Sarcoid and Cardiac Amyloid with PET/CT Imaging
    Chapter 13: FDG PET/CT for Imaging Cardiovascular Device Infection.
    Digital Access AccessCardiology 2019
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    David E. Mohrman, PhD, Lois Jane Heller, PhD.
    Overview of the cardiovascular system
    Characteristics of cardiac muscle cells
    The heart pump
    Measurements of cardiac function
    Cardiac abnormalities
    The peripheral vascular system
    Vascular control
    Hemodynamic interactions
    Regulation of arterial pressure
    Cardiovascular responses to physiological stresses
    Cardiovascular function in pathological situations
    Answers to study questions.
    Digital Access AccessMedicine 2014
  • Digital
    David E. Mohrman, Lois Jane Heller.
    Summary: "This ninth edition includes some recent, new findings as well as a newly added emphasis on cardiovascular energetics. The latter is a result of our recent realization that maximizing energy efficiency to limit the workload on the heart is an important part of the overall plan."--Preface

    Overview of the cardiovascular system
    Characteristics of cardiac muscle cells
    The heart pump
    Measurements of cardiac function
    Cardiac abnormalities
    The peripheral vascular system
    Vascular control
    Hemodynamic interactions
    Regulation of arterial pressure
    Cardiovascular responses to physiological stresses
    Cardiovascular function in pathological situations
    Answers to study questions
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  • Digital
    Achilles J. Pappano, Withrow Gil Wier.
    Summary: "Gain a foundational understanding of cardiovascular physiology and how the cardiovascular system functions in health and disease. Cardiovascular Physiology, a volume in the Mosby Physiology Series, explains the fundamentals of this complex subject in a clear and concise manner, while helping you bridge the gap between normal function and disease with pathophysiology content throughout the book"--Publisher's description.

    Overview of the circulation and blood
    Excitation : the cardiac action potential
    Automaticity : natural excitation of the heart
    The cardiac pump
    Regulation of the heartbeat
    The arterial system
    The microcirculation and lymphatics
    The peripheral circulation and its control
    Control of cardiac output: coupling of heart and blood vessels
    Coronary circulation
    Special circulations
    Interplay of central and peripheral factors that control the circulation.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2019
  • Digital
    Richard E. Klabunde.
    Summary: Praised for its concise coverage, this highly accessible monograph lays a foundation for understanding the underlying concepts of normal cardiovascular function and offers a welcome alternative to a more mechanicastically oriented approach or an encyclopedic physiology text. Clear explanations, ample illustrations, and engaging clinical cases and problems provide the perfect guidance for self-directed learning and prepare you to excel in clinical practice. -- From publisher's description.

    Introduction to the cardiovascular system
    Cellular structure and function
    Electrical activity of the heart
    Cardiac function
    Vascular function
    Neurohumoral control of the heart and circulation
    Organ blood flow
    Exchange function of the microcirculation
    Cardiovascular integration, adaptation, and pathophysiology.
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    editors, Vahid Serpooshan and Sean M. Wu.
    Summary: This book is a comprehensive and up-to-date resource on the use of regenerative medicine for the treatment of cardiovascular disease. It provides a much-needed review of the rapid development and evolution of bio-fabrication techniques to engineer cardiovascular tissues as well as their use in clinical settings. The book incorporates recent advances in the biology, biomaterial design, and manufacturing of bioengineered cardiovascular tissue with their clinical applications to bridge the basic sciences to current and future cardiovascular treatment. The book begins with an examination of state-of-the-art cellular, biomaterial, and macromolecular technologies for the repair and regeneration of diseased heart tissue. It discusses advances in nanotechnology and bioengineering of cardiac microtissues using acoustic assembly. Subsequent chapters explore the clinical applications and translational potential of current technologies such as cardiac patch-based treatments, cell-based regenerative therapies, and injectable hydrogels. The book examines how these methodologies are used to treat a variety of cardiovascular diseases including myocardial infarction, congenital heart disease, and ischemic heart injuries. Finally, the volume concludes with a summary of the most prominent challenges and perspectives on the field of cardiovascular tissue engineering and clinical cardiovascular regenerative medicine. Cardiovascular Regenerative Medicine is an essential resource for physicians, residents, fellows, and medical students in cardiology and cardiovascular regeneration as well as clinical and basic researchers in bioengineering, nanomaterial and technology, and cardiovascular biology.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
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    Michael D. Shapiro, editors.
    Summary: This book is the first comprehensive text dedicated to risk assessment in the primary prevention of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease. It provides an overview of current evidence regarding approaches to risk assessment, traditional and emerging risk factors, and atherosclerosis imaging for refinement of risk estimation. The volume seeks to provide an essential resource for professionals in the field to assess their patients for risk of cardiovascular disease. The book is divided into five sections, starting off with an overview of current best practices to risk assessment in primary prevention around the world. The second section discusses traditional risk factors, such as hypercholesterolemia, hypertension, diabetes, smoking, and obesity. The third section reviews the newly introduced concept of ‘Risk Enhancers’. The fourth section offers insight on novel risk factors, with in-depth discussion regarding lipoprotein(a), high-sensitivity CRP, apolipoprotein B, social determinants of health, stress and cardiovascular disease. and polygenic risk scores. The final section covers the use of non-invasive atherosclerosis imaging (computed tomography and ultrasound-based techniques) as a tool to refine risk estimates. Throughout the book, readers will find multiple tables, figures, and illustrations that complement the text. Up-to-date, evidence-based, and clinically oriented, Cardiovascular Risk Assessment in Primary Prevention is a must-have resource for physicians, residents, fellows, and medical students in cardiology, endocrinology, primary care, and health promotion and disease prevention.

    Part 1 - Global Approaches to Risk Assessment
    1. Cardiovascular Risk Assessment in Primary Prevention
    2. Global Approaches to Risk Assessment – the U.S. Guidelines
    3. European Guidelines for Risk Assessment in the Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease
    Part 2 - Traditional Risk Factors
    4. Hypercholesterolemia
    5. Blood pressure control in primary care
    6. Cardiovascular Risk Assessment in Metabolic Syndrome and Diabetes
    7. Primary Prevention: Smoking
    8. At the Heart of the Matter: Obesity and its Interplay with Preventive Cardiology
    Part 3 - Risk Enhancers
    9. Family History of Premature Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease
    10. Primary Prevention and Cardiovascular Risk Assessment in Women
    11. Ethnic Factors in the Assessment of Cardiovascular Risk for Primary Prevention
    12. Triglycerides Rich-Lipoproteins
    13. "Inflammatory Diseases and Risk of Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease: A New Focus for Prevention"
    14. Chronic Kidney Disease is a Risk Enhanced for Cardiovascular Diseases
    15. Peripheral Arterial Disease and The Ankle Brachial Index
    Part 4 - Novel Risk Factors
    16. Lipoprotein(a)
    17. High-Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein
    18. Apolipoprotein B in Primary Prevention: Ready for Time Prime?
    19. Social Determinants of Cardiovascular Health
    20. Stress and Cardiovascular Disease
    21. Polygenic Risk Scores
    Part 5 - Atherosclerosis Imaging as a Tool to Refine Risk Estimates
    22. Coronary Artery Calcium
    23. Cardiac Computed Tomography Angiography for Prevention of Cardiovascular Events
    24. Carotid Intima-Media Thickness and Plaque Assessment.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
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    J. Rick Turner, Dilip R. Karnad, Snehal Kothari.
    The Central Importance of Cardiovascular Safety in Contemporary New Drug Development
    The Biological Basis of Drug Responses
    Cardiovascular Structure, Function, Pathophysiology, & Disease
    The Current Regulatory Landscape
    The "Comprehensive In Vitro Proarrhythmia Assay" Initiative
    The "Early ECG Assessment" Initiative
    The "Submission of Extended Digital ECG Data" Initiative
    Meta-analysis and Meta-methodology
    Current Regulatory Landscapes and their Potential Evolution
    Off-target Blood Pressure Responses to Non-cardiovascular Drugs
    Oncology Drug Development and Therapeutics: Cardiotoxicity Considerations
    Postmarketing Surveillance
    Regulatory Perspectives on General Drug Safety
    Future Directions in Cardiovascular Safety
    Digital Access Springer 2017
  • Digital
    Rui Manuel de Sousa Sequeira Antunes de Almeida, Fabio Biscegli Jatene, editors.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
  • Print
    Raymond E. Phillips.

    v. 1. Circulation.
    Print Access Request
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    Books: General Collection (Downstairs)
    RC669 .P49
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    Anissa Gray.
    Summary: The Mothers meets An American Marriage in this dazzling debut novel about mothers and daughters, identity and family, and how the relationships that sustain you can also be the ones that consume you. The Butler family has had their share of trials, as sisters Althea, Viola, and Lillian can attest, but nothing prepared them for the literal trial that will upend their lives. Althea, the eldest sister and substitute matriarch, is a force to be reckoned with and her younger sisters have alternately appreciated and chafed at her strong will. They are as stunned as the rest of the small community when she and her husband Proctor are arrested, and in a heartbeat the family goes from one of the most respected in town to utter disgrace. The worst part is, not even her sisters are sure exactly what happened. As Althea awaits her fate, Lillian and Viola must come together in the house they grew up in to care for their sister's teenage daughters. What unfolds is a stunning portrait of the heart and core of an American family in a story that is as page-turning as it is important.
    Print Access Request
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    PS3607.R3876 C37 2019
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    Gerri Lamb, PhD, RN, FAAN, Robin Newhouse, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN.
    Summary: Care Coordination : A Blueprint for Action for RNs, [the sequel to the ANA's Care Coordination: the Game Changer] helps today's nurses reclaim this critical practice domain. It explores key issues in care coordination and offers timely, strategic actions nurses can take right now to identify opportunities and overcome barriers. It also includes critical resources for nurse care coordinators. This book will help you: Understand care coordination - past, present, and future - as well as the professional and practice environments in which it occurs; define the activities associated with effective care coordination; recognize the significant need for care coordination and opportunities for nurses Identify and explore issues pivotal to creating new inroads for nursing to adapt and advance this important work; expand the capacity of nurses to deliver care coordination and develop new and better care coordination models. Learn how you and your fellow nurses can advance your important role in care coordination in the current and emerging health care environment. -- Publisher's website.

    Part I. A Care Coordination Blueprint for 21st Century Nurses
    Chapter 1. An Action-Oriented Approach to Care Coordination for Today's RNs
    Chapter 2: Care Coordination in Health Care Today: The Context and Framework for the Blueprint
    Part II. The Blueprint's Six Action Issues
    Action Issue 1. Engaging Patients, Families, and Caregivers in Care Coordination
    Action Issue 2. Demonstrating Competence and Readiness for Care Coordination Practice
    Action Issue 3. Optimizing Teams and Teamwork for Care Coordination
    Action Issue 4. Using documentation and HIT in Care Coordination
    Action Issue 5: Measuring Care Coordination
    Action Issue 6. Understanding Payment in Care Coordination
    Part III. Designing your own Blueprint for Action.
    Digital Access R2Library 2018
    Limited to 1 simultaneous user
  • Digital/Print
    Nicholas Grier.
    Summary: As mental health is a critical but often neglected issue, especially among Black men, this book examines that sensitive topic in conjunction with reflections on race, gender, sexuality, and class to offer a hopeful and constructive framework for care and counseling and to point the way forward to integrating mental and spiritual health.

    Intro; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction
    Part I: Understanding Context
    1. Chronically Dissed
    2. Breathing Racism's, Sexism's, and Classism's Toxic Air
    3. The Urgency for Men to Embody Empathy and Support for Women
    4. Intertwined Worlds in the Mind
    Part II: A Hope to Keep Going Framework for Care and Counseling
    5. Spiritual Hope
    6. A Hope to Keep Going Model of Change
    7. A Hope to Keep Going Model of Change; Conclusion
    Appendix A: Vignettes
    Appendix B: Individual Interview Questions
    Appendix C: Research Participants
    References; Index; About the Author.
    Print Access Request
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    RC451.B53 G74 2020
  • Digital
    Mariecel Pilapil, David E. DeLaet, Alice A. Kuo, Cynthia Peacock, Niraj Sharma, editors.
    Summary: This book addresses the unique healthcare needs of adults with chronic childhood illnesses. It presents a model of primary and secondary prevention for emerging adulthood primary prevention in which all young adults are screened for high-risk behaviors and health needs and secondary prevention in which young adults with chronic childhood conditions are optimized through coordinated care, connections to community resources and social/family support. This book is organized in five parts. Part I provides a detailed overview of the health care transition from pediatrics to adult medicine from both a policy and practice perspective. In Part II, the concept of emerging adulthood as a developmental period is explored and strategies for providing improved comprehensive care for this age group are discussed. Part III reviews specific chronic childhood conditions, such as attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, autism, cystic fibrosis, and diabetes mellitus, and offers clinical cases and summary reports that can be used as a quick guides to each condition. In Part IV, additional clinical considerations that are not necessarily condition-specific but are highly relevant to the care of young adults with chronic childhood conditions are examined. Part V describes the socio-legal issues involved in caring for this population. Care of Adults with Chronic Childhood Conditions provides primary care providers with a new framework for the care of young adults and identifies opportunities to influence patient health outcomes over a life trajectory.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
  • Digital
    edited by Stephen J. Cozza, M.D., Matthew N. Goldenberg, M.D., Robert J. Ursano, M.D.
    An introduction to military service
    Health consequences of military service and combat
    Understanding military families : their characteristics, strengths, and challenges
    Military children and programs that meet their needs
    Military health care system and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs : an overview
    Combat stress reactions and psychiatric disorders after deployment
    Substance use disorders
    The care of combat-injured service members
    Traumatic brain injury
    Suicidal thoughts and behaviors in military service members and veterans
    Collaborative care : mitigating stigma and other barriers to care through mental health service delivery in primary care settings
    Deployment-related care for military children and families
    Children and families of ill and injured service members and veterans
    Caring for bereaved military family members
    Building resilience in military families.
    Digital Access PsychiatryOnline 2014
  • Digital
    edited by Alec Buchanan, Lisa Wootton.
    Society, madness, and control / Nikolas Rose
    UK health policy in relation to mentally disordered offenders in the community / Jane Senior, Adrian Hayes, and Jenny Shaw
    US outpatient commitment in context / Jeffrey W. Swanson, Marvin S. Swartz, and Daniel D. Moseley
    The law in England and Wales on mental health treatment in the community / Jo Beswick and Michael Gunn
    Achieving positive outcomes for justice-involved people with behavioral health disorders / David A. D'Amora, Mai P. Tran, and Fred C. Osher
    Psychiatric disorder and individual violence / Joan Busfield
    Recovery and recidivism reduction for offenders with mental illness / Merrill Rotter, Virginia Barber-Rioja, and Faith Schombs
    Treatment and management of personality-disordered offenders in the community / Nikki Jeffcote and Jackie Craissati
    Treatment with medication / Derek K. Tracy and Fiona Gaughran
    Outpatient psychotherapeutic approaches with mentally disordered offenders / Cleo Van Velsen and Kingsley Norton
    Sex offender treatment / John M.W. Bradford, Giovana V. de Amorim Levin, Adekunle G. Ahmed, and Sanjiv Gulati
    Violence risk in community settings / Alec Buchanan and Michael A. Norko
    Community psychiatric treatment under legal mandates / Alec Buchanan, Steve Kisely, Daniel D. Moseley, Jorun Rugkåsa, Jeffrey W. Swanson, and Marvin S. Swartz
    Lowering legal barriers to transitioning mentally disordered offenders into general mental health care / John Dawson and Tom Burns
    Multiple agencies with diverse goals / James McGuire and Lisa Wootton
    The community mental health team and the mentally disordered offender / Frank Holloway and Tony Davies
    The interface of general psychiatric and forensic psychiatric services / Lisa Wootton, Tom Fahy, Simon Wilson, and Alec Buchanan.
    Digital Access Oxford 2017
  • Print
    Zena Sharman [editor].
    Summary: Follow-up to the Lambda Literary Award-winning anthology: The Remedy : new ways of imagining what LGBTQ+ health care could look like. The Care We Dream Of is not quite an essay collection, and not quite an anthology. It's a hybrid. What if you could trust in getting the health care you need in ways that felt good and helped you thrive? What if the health system honoured and valued queer and trans people's lives, bodies, and expertise? What if LGBTQ+ communities led and organized our own health care as a form of mutual aid? What if every aspect of our health care was rooted in a commitment to our healing, pleasure, and liberation? LGBTQ+ health care doesn't look like this today, but it could. This is the care we dream of. This book weaves together the author's essays on topics like queering health and healing, transforming the health system, kinship, aging, and death, alongside stories, poetry and non-fiction pieces by a diverse group of LGBTQ+ writers including Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha, Kai Cheng Thom, Jillian Christmas, jaye simpson, Carly Boyce, Sand Chang, Blyth Barnow and Joshua Wales. The book also includes interviews with activists, health care workers and researchers whose work offers insights into what liberatory and transformative approaches to LGBTQ+ health can look like in practice. The Care We Dream Of offers possibilities-- grounded in historical examples, present-day experiments, and dreams of the future-- for more liberatory and transformative approaches to LGBTQ+ health and healing. It challenges readers to think differently about LGBTQ+ health and asks what it would look like if our health care were rooted in a commitment to the flourishing and liberation of all LGBTQ+ people. This book is a calling out, a calling in, and a call to action. It is a spell of healing and tranformation, rooted in love.-- Provided by publisher.

    Introduction / Zena Sharman
    Seed / Jillian Christmas
    Queer alchemy : perverting the health system, fighting to win / Zena Sharman
    Pleasure as the baseline / interview with Dawn Serra
    Cripping healing / Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha
    The system isn't broken, it's working as designed / Zena Sharman
    The seven sacred ways of healing / jaye simpson
    Thoughts on an anarchist response to hepatitis C and HIV / Alexander McClelland and Zoë Dodd
    Regrowth in ruins : abolitionist dreams for health system transformation / Zena Sharman
    Putting yourself on the line / interview with Ronica Mukerjee
    Dreaming bigger : body liberation and weight inclusivity in health care / Sand C. Chang
    Revolution through health care / interview with Anita "Durt" O'Shea
    Do you feel empowered by your job? And other questions therapists ask sex workers / Kai Cheng Thom
    Borrowed wisdom : using lessons from queer history and community in suicide intervention / Carly Boyce
    Ritualizing queer care / Blyth Barnow
    Surviving together / Zena Sharman
    Sowing seeds from my ancestors, planting seeds for my descendants / interview with Sean Saifa Wall
    Hungry for possibilities : too many beloved dead, too few elders / Zena Sharman
    The emancipatory potential of aging / interview with Hannah Kia
    Libera me / Joshua Wales
    Put me in the living room and cover me with flowers : queering death / Zena Sharman. - Acknowledgments
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    Ravi A. Chandra, Neha Vapiwala, Charles R. Thomas Jr., editors.
    Career Options in Radiation Oncology
    Foundations for a Successful Career
    Approaching Your Academic Career
    Strategies for Applicants Belonging to Underrepresented Groups
    Informational Interviews / Interviewing for a Position
    Preparing your CV and Cover Letter
    Evaluating Your Contract/Medical Legal Considerations
    Changing Jobs
    Identifying and utilizing mentors
    Conflict Resolution and Interpersonal Strategies
    Aligning Your Goals with Your Colleagues, Department, and Institution
    Working with Staff and Colleagues
    Becoming a Clinician: Organization, Interprofessional Considerations, Documentation, Billing, and Insurance
    Becoming an educator: giving feedback, supervising trainees, formal didactics
    Becoming a researcher: Grants & Budgets; Reviewing and Writing Papers; and the IRB
    Radiation Oncology Career development in an Academic Satellite Network
    When life happens: parental leave, part-time schedules and flexible workplace strategies
    Professionalism: Instincts Below the Surface and Environmental Influences
    Maintenance and Assessment of Skills and Knowledge Over the Career Continuum
    Leadership versus Service: What's the Difference? Is There a Difference?
    Disease Site Leadership
    Role of the Department Chair
    Successful Strategies to Exploit the Intersection Between the Radiation Oncology Department and Cancer Center
    Business Development from Research, Entrepreneurship Within Academic Medicine
    An Approach to the Management of Selected Personnel and Ethical Problems in Academic Radiation Oncology
    Approaching strategic planning
    Handling Burnout
    Preparing for retirement and career transitions
    Personal Finance and Work-Life Balance
    Paying it forward: being a good mentor, steward, and colleague.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
  • Digital
    [edited by] Kathy Malloch, Timothy Porter-O'Grady.
    Intentional sharing of knowledge & wisdom
    Preparation for knowledge & wisdom transfer
    Essential business knowledge
    Essential business relationships
    The art and science of knowledge & wisdom transfer
    Strategies for successful knowledge & wisdom transfer
    Lifelong learning and giving
    Leaving nursing better than you found it.
    Digital Access AccessAPN 2016
  • Digital
    Rodrigo J. Marino, Michael V. Morgan, A. Damien Walmsley, editors.
    Summary: In providing a comprehensive overview of the career paths currently open to oral health professionals, this book will serve as an essential reference guide for anyone considering a career in oral health. It covers, for example, clinical career paths in general dentistry (in private practices, community centers, and hospitals) and each of the various specialties, academically related career paths in both teaching and research, and non-traditional paths (community, government, administration, policy making, government research, and oral health organizations). The authors are from various countries and both academic and non-academic backgrounds. They have been selected for their distinction in particular career paths and include in their contributions insights gained from personal experience. This book will be ideal for readers seeking an introductory portrait of the different career paths in oral health, such as students. It will also be a useful source for those wishing to re-examine the field, e.g., oral health graduates considering their career choices, or to acquaint themselves with contemporary issues and debates.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
  • Digital
    Charalambos Panayiotou Charalambous.
    Summary: The transition from medical school to being a practicing junior doctor is challenging. It requires knowledge and clinical skills but also the ability to efficiently function in the workplace. At the same time postgraduate professional development in gaining clinical experience, passing postgraduate exams, under-taking research or audit, and publishing become essential for career progression. One soon realizes that being a doctor is not just a profession but a way of life. This book presents some well-known ℓ́ℓpearlsℓ́ℓ as how to improve your day to day workplace performance, be efficiently productive, be an inherent part of the team, how to shine and impress. Advice is also given as how to prepare for postgraduate exams, develop essential technical skills, apply for the next post, successfully participate in research and audit, publish, manage, lead, teach, and train. This generic guidance can be of use for those aspiring to become a generalist or subspecialty doctor and can be of value in whichever part of the world you end up practicing in.

    Part I Workplace
    Be time efficient
    Become part of the team
    Let known what you do
    Stick to a system
    Give leading answers
    Respect seniors
    Respect each attachment
    Rights but also obligations
    It?s ok to say you don?t know
    When in doubt ask
    First impressions matter
    Part II Developing Technical skills
    Make it easy
    Learn from the best
    Practice makes better
    Have a plan B
    Part III Passing postgraduate Exams
    Passing written exams.- Passing clinical exams
    How to prepare
    When to sit them
    Part IV Research
    When to undertake research
    How to choose a research supervisor
    What project?.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
  • Digital
    by Charalambos Panayiotou Charalambous.
    Summary: This book presents various skills to help surgeons improve their day-to-day performance and development including professionalism, communication, situation awareness, decision making, leadership, and technical dexterity. It also offers advice on how to organise a surgical theatre list, improve theatre efficiency, prepare for surgical interviews and participate in surgical research and audit. Furthermore, it emphasises the need to strive for safety in surgery and to learn from things going wrong. The complex world of emotions that surgeons may encounter is also discussed. The guidance presented here may be of value to any aspiring surgeon, whatever their surgical specialty, and wherever they choose to practise. The skills highlighted in this book reflect the author's initial experiences as a surgical trainee, the teachings of his senior trainers, as well as his subsequent involvement in supervising multiple junior surgeons as a Consultant in Trauma and Orthopaedics. Much of the material presented is supported by an extensive literature review. This book complements the previously published book "Career Skills for Doctors" by the same author.

    Part 1. Background
    Part 2. Workplace
    Part 3. Developing Technical skills
    Part 4. Safety in surgery
    Operating theatre checks.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
  • Digital
    volume editors, Falk Schwendicke, Jo Frencken, Nicola Innes.
    Pathophysiology of dental caries / G. Conrads, I. About
    Caries epidemiology and its challenges / J.E. Frencken
    Carious lesion diagnosis : methods, problems, thresholds / K.W. Neuhaus, A. Lussi
    Removing or controlling? how caries management impacts on the lifetime of teeth / F. Schwendicke, T. Lamont, N. Innes
    Restoring the carious lesion / G. Göstemeyer, F. Schwendicke, U. Blunck
    Removing carious tissue : why and how? / F. Schwendicke
    Stepwise excavation / L. Bjorndal
    Selective removal of carious tissue / D. Ricketts, N. Innes, F. Schwendicke
    Atraumatic restorative treatment : restorative component / S.C. Leal, C.C. Bonifacio, D.P. Raggio, J.E. Frencken
    Sealing carious tissue using resin and glass-ionomer cements / M. Fontana, N. Innes
    Sealing carious tissue in primary teeth using crowns / R.M. Santamaria, N. Innes
    No removal and inactivation of carious tissue : non-restorative cavity control / A.J.P. van Strijp, C. van Loveren
    Evidence-based deep carious lesion management : from concept to application in everyday clinical practice / S. Doméjean, B. Grosgogeat
    The problem : relevance, quality, and homogeneity of trial designs, outcomes, and reporting / G. Göstemeyer, C. Levey
    An agreed terminology for carious tissue removal / N. Innes, F. Schwendicke, J. Frencken
    Clinical recommendations on carious tissue removal in cavitated lesions / F. Schwendicke, J.E. Frencken, N.P.T. Innes
    Caries excavation : evidence gaps / N. Innes, M. Robertson, F. Schwendicke.
    Digital Access Karger 2018
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    Lisbeth Maria Fagerström.
    Summary: This book introduces readers to the basics of Advanced Practice Nursing (APN), which offers expanded clinical competence that can help improve the quality of health and care services. The book offers a range of perspectives on APN, APN models, APN education, challenges in the implementation of APN in new countries, as well as a description of the APN role, including areas of expertise. These core areas of the Caring APN model (clinical nursing practice; ethical decision-making; coaching and teaching; consultation; collaboration; case management; leadership; research and development) are described, together with the role of APN in acute care and primary healthcare service contexts. The book also explores the connection between epistemology, a three-dimensional view of knowledge (epistêmê, technê and phronesis) and a caritative perspective, as well as central theoretical aspects of nursing, e.g. health, holism and ethics/ethos. All research should be grounded in theoretical perspectives, and here we highlight the value of a caring and person-centered philosophy in advanced practice nursing. Through its specific focus on the central, generic theoretical features of nursing science that deepen the role of APN and the scope of practice and APN research and education, the content presented here will help any researcher, teacher or student understand the importance of epistemological issues for research, education and clinical practice in this field. Moreover, it can be used when designing Master's programs in Advanced Practice Nursing, making the book a valuable resource for the international nursing community.

    Advanced practice nursing : a justified need
    Registered nurses as advanced specialists or advanced generalists
    What is advanced practice nursing?
    Perspectives of knowledge on advanced practice nursing
    A caring advanced practice nursing model
    Theoretical perspectives on advanced practice nursing
    Core competence domains of advanced practice nursing
    Advanced practice nursing in acute care
    Advanced practice nursing in primary care
    The right to prescribe medication as an advanced practice nurse
    Core factors for the sustainable development of advanced practice nursing
    Leading change when introducing advanced practice nursing
    Education for advanced practice nursing.
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    Laura Maria Pigozzi ; foreword by Teddie M. Potter.
    Summary: "This concise and instructive guide outlines the specific challenges faced by the Latino population in US health care, including language barriers, unfamiliarity with the medical system, lack of insurance, access issues, monetary factors, and most importantly the fears surrounding undocumented immigrants. It shows how health care professionals and chaplains can support and care for this population in a way that acknowledges and understands the distinct characteristics of Latino culture. It offers advice on sensitives within this culture, such as health disparities, the importance of the family, and spirituality and religion in Latino culture. This inclusive guide improves cultural competency among non-Latino care staff and offers case studies and practical tips to input straight into practice"-- Provided by publisher.

    Who we are
    Cultural beliefs
    Health beliefs
    The etiology of diabetes : case study
    Botánicas : case study
    Religiosity, spirituality, and mental health
    Preferences for message delivery : case study
    Interpretation, translation, and localization.
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    American Academy of Pediatrics.
    Summary: Most children with ADHD have their first encounter for care within their primary clinician's practice-their "medical home." These tools help you prepare for that encounter and beyond: readying your staff, screening, diagnosis, treatment, ongoing follow-up, and negotiating insurance payments for every step your patients need.
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    Hector Y. Adames, Yvette N. Tazeau, editors.
    Summary: This volume provides a broad and critical presentation of the behavioral and psychosocial treatments of Latinxs with dementia in the United States (U.S.) and across a representative sample of Spanish-speaking countries in the world. The compendium of chapters, written by researchers, practitioners, and policy analysts from multiple disciplines provides a deep exploration of the current state of dementia care for Latinxs in the U.S. and around the globe. The volume is designed to increase and strengthen the collective scientific and sociocultural understanding of the epidemiological and biopsychosocial factors, as well as the overlapping systemic challenges that impact diagnosis and symptom management of Latinxs with dementia. The authors introduce policy options to reduce risk factors for dementia and present culturally-responsive interventions that meet the needs of Latinx patients and their caregivers. Highlighted topics featured in the book include: Contextual, cultural, and socio-political issues of Latinxs with dementia. New meta-analysis of dementia rates in the Americas and Caribbean. Dementia-related behavioral issues and placement considerations. Educational, diagnostic, and supportive psychosocial interventions. Pharmacological, non-pharmacological, and ethnocultural healthcare interventions. Intersectionality as a practice of dementia care for sexual and gender minoritized Latinxs. Prescriptions for policy and programs to empower older Latinxs and their families. Caring for Latinxs with Dementia in a Globalized World: Behavioral and Psychosocial Treatments is a resource thataccentuates and contextualizes the heterogeneity in nationality, immigration, race, sexual orientation, gender, and political realities. It is a key reference for a wide range of fields inclusive of demography, geriatrics, gerontology, medicine, mental health, neurology, neuropsychology, nursing, occupational therapy, pharmacology, psychiatry, psychology, rehabilitation, social work, sociology, and statistics all of which, collectively, bear on the problem and the solutions for better care for Latinxs affected by dementia.

    Chapter 1. Demographics and the Epidemiological Risk Factors for Dementia in Hispanic/Latino Populations
    Chapter 2. Contextual, Cultural, and Socio-political Issues in Caring for Latinxs with Dementia: When the Mind Forgets and the Heart Remembers
    Chapter 3. Meta-Analysis of Dementia Rates in Central America, South America, and the Caribbean
    Chapter 4. Treating Medical Comorbidities Associated with Dementia among Latinos
    Chapter 5. Functional Assessment in Latinos with Dementia: A Review of Tools and Cultural Considerations
    Chapter 6. Latinos with Dementia and Depression: Contemporary Issues and Assessment Challenges
    Chapter 7.Neurological, Psychiatric, and Affective Aspects of Dementia in Latinxs
    Chapter 8. Latino Families Living with Dementia: Behavioral Issues and Placement Considerations
    Chapter 9. Educational, Diagnostic, and Supportive Psychosocial Interventions for Latinos with Dementia
    ^Chapter 10. Cognitive Rehabilitation for Maintenance of Function in Latinos with Dementia
    Chapter 11. Behavioral Symptoms of Dementia in Latinos: Pharmacological, Non-pharmacological, and Ethnocultural Healthcare Interventions
    Chapter 12. Intersectionality as a Practice of Dementia Care for Sexual and Gender Minoritized Latinxs
    Chapter 13. Stress and Coping: Conceptual Models for Understanding Dementia among Latinos
    Chapter 14. Grief, Loss, and Depression in Latino Caregivers and Families affected by Dementia
    Chapter 15. Behavioral and Psychosocial Treatments of Dementia in Mexico
    Chapter 16. Dementia Care in Guatemala, Central America
    Chapter 17. Behavioral and Psychosocial Treatments of Dementia in the Caribbean: Cuba, Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico
    Chapter 18. Dementia Treatment and Health Disparities among Puerto Ricans: The Impact of its Cultural and Political Histories
    ^Chapter 19. Dementia Diagnosis, Treatment, and Care in Colombia, South America
    Chapter 20. Behavioral and Psychosocial Treatments of Dementia in Spain
    Chapter 21. Community Partnerships and the Care of Latinos with Dementia: A Call for Action
    Chapter 22. Latinos and Dementia: Prescriptions for Policy and Programs that Empower Older Latinos and their Families.
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    a joint collaborative project of American Academy of Pediatrics, American Public Health Association, National Resource Center for Health and Safety in Child Care and Early Education.
    Summary: The fourth edition contains guidelines on the development and evaluation of the health and safety of children in early care and education settings. This guide features 10 chapters of more than 650 standards and dozens of appendixes with valuable supplemental information, forms, and tools. -- Provided by publisher.

    Program activities for healthy development
    Health promotion and protection
    Nutrition and food service
    Facilities, supplies, equipment, and environmental health
    Play areas/playgrounds and transportation
    Infectious diseases
    Children with special health care needs and disabilities
    Licensing and community action.
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    Larissa Nekhlyudov, Mita Sanghavi Goel, Jenny J. Lin, Linda Overholser, Kimberly S. Peairs, editors.
    Summary: This book serves to educate and train primary care clinicians to provide high quality care to patients across the cancer care continuum. This guide is divided into six main chapters that follow the trajectory of cancer care: prevention, screening, diagnosis, treatment, survivorship care, and palliative/end-of-life care. Its succinct style, bullet points, tables and figures allow busy clinicians to both develop an overview of the core competencies involved in cancer care and quickly refer to the text in the process of caring for patients. Written by primary care physicians with expertise in cancer care, each chapter covers current recommendations and includes key points for select populations, considerations for the role of team based care, and resources for further learning. This is an ideal resource for primary care clinicians caring for patients along the cancer care continuum.

    Introduction and overview
    Cancer prevention
    Cancer screening
    Cancer diagnosis
    Cancer treatment
    Cancer survivorship
    Palliative care/end-of-life care.
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    Geri-Ann Galanti.
    Summary: Provides healthcare workers with a frame of reference for understanding cultural difference and sound alternatives for providing the best possible care to multicultural communities.

    Basic concepts
    Communication and time orientation
    Religion and spirituality
    Activities of daily living and the body
    Men and women
    Staff relations
    End of life
    Mental health
    Traditional medicine : practices and perspectives
    Improving adherence
    Making a difference.
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    David S. Kroll.
    Summary: Depression is the leading cause of disability in the United States, and the traditional framework for managing depression within a psychiatry practicei.e., a single psychiatrist treating a single patient for up to an hour per weekcomes up painfully short at the level of serving the population even if it can be highly effective for individuals. At the same time, the non-systematic way in which most patients identify the need to see a specialty provider in behavioral health leaves many stranded, regardless of how complex their needs are. Primary care is now often considered the "de facto mental health system" in the United States, and primary care providers have been charged with the impossible task of making up for the dearth of psychiatric specialty providers and somehow correcting the many inequities in access to care that remain. Primary care providers shouldnt have to do this alone. Help can come in many forms, of course, and some primary care practices are lucky enough to have a consulting psychiatrist on-site, available to answer any questions that come up and see patients directly when they need an expert opinion. This is exactly what David S Kroll, MD, an Associate Vice Chair in the Department of Psychiatry at Brigham and Womens Hospital in Boston and an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School, does for a primary care practice that serves more than 17,000 patients with a wide range of medical, social, and psychiatric problems. But most primary care practices dont have this resource. This book replicates the expertise of a consulting psychiatrist in a concise volume that primary care providers can pull off their shelves whenever they have a question about managing depression. It ensures that no one has to do this on their own. Managing Depression in Primary Care contains fourteen chapters that anticipate the questions, problems, and practical challenges that are most likely to come up when managing depression in primary care. It covers the basic skills that are needed for treating depression when it occurs in a vacuum, but it also provides practical guidance on treating depression in the real worldwhere it will inevitably be complicated by other factors. It also covers important associated topics including suicide, substance use, and disability.
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    Mary Hesdorffer, Gleneara E. Bates-Pappas, editors.
    Summary: This book encompasses all areas for mesothelioma care, treatment, and research. Using nurses, social workers, surgeons, oncologist, radiologist and pain specialist to give the reader a comprehensive overview of mesothelioma treatment. Indeed, mesothelioma is a cancer that mainly affects the pleura and peritoneum, usually caused by exposure to asbestos. The number of individuals diagnosed with mesothelioma is increasing world-wide, particularly in developing countries where the use of asbestos remains uncontrolled. In spite of advances in chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and surgical approaches, mesothelioma remains resistant to treatment. According to the International Mesothelioma Interest group, overall survival has not improved; median survival times vary from one month to eighteen months. A small number of patients remain asymptomatic or with minimal symptoms for extended periods, and fewer live three years or more. Mesothelioma is often associated with difficult, intractable symptoms, particularly pain and difficulty breathing. Especially poor prognoses have been reported for those diagnosed with sarcomatoid rather than epithelioid histology, or with advanced disease, poor performance status, or pain and loss of appetite. Despite substantial progress of the last two decades improving the quality of life of patients with cancer, many mesothelioma patients still experience physical, psychological, social, and financial burdens. The development of multimodality treatment and mesothelioma centers has given renewed hope to patients. This book serves as a unique tool for medical professional while providing care for mesothelioma patients.

    Intro; Foreword; Contents; About the Editors; Part I: Mesothelioma Treatment;
    1: History of Pleural Surgical Treatment; 1 Macroscopic Complete Resection (MCR) Surgery; 1.1 Pleurectomy and Decortication; 1.2 Extrapleural Pneumonectomy; 2 Palliative Surgical Procedures; 2.1 Parietal Pleurectomy; 2.2 Pleurodesis/PleurX Catheter; 3 Outcomes; 4 Multimodality Treatment; References;
    2: History Cytoreductive Surgery and Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy for Peritoneal Metastasis and Evolution and Contemporary Application in Peritoneal Mesothelioma; 1 History of Cytoreductive Surgery 2 Mesothelioma Patient Selection for CRS/HIPEC3 Factors in Outcome and Survival in MPM and CRS/HIPEC; 4 Emerging Therapies and Future Direction; References;
    3: Cytoreductive Surgery and Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy for Treatment of Malignant Peritoneal Mesothelioma; 1 The Natural History of Malignant Peritoneal Mesothelioma; 2 Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy Alone for Malignant Peritoneal Mesothelioma; 3 Results of Treatment Combining Cytoreductive Surgery with Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy; 4 Current Standard of Care for Treatment of MPM 5 Recent Results with Cytoreductive Surgery, HIPEC, and NIPEC6 Evolution of Surgical Treatments; 7 Rationale for Peritonectomy Procedures and Visceral Resections; 8 Locations of Malignant Peritoneal Mesothelioma; 9 Electroevaporative Surgery; 10 Abdominal Exposure; 11 Total Anterior Parietal Peritonectomy; 12 Left Subphrenic Peritonectomy; 13 Greater Omentectomy and Possible Splenectomy; 14 Right Subphrenic Peritonectomy; 15 Stripping of Tumor from Glisson's Capsule; 16 Lesser Omentectomy and Cholecystectomy with Stripping of the Hepatoduodenal Ligament 17 Circumferential Resection of the Hepatogastric Ligament and Lesser Omental Fat by Digital Dissection18 Stripping of the Floor of the Omental Bursa; 19 Complete Pelvic Peritonectomy; 20 Resection of Rectosigmoid Colon and Cul-de-sac of Douglas; 21 Vaginal Closure and Low Colorectal Anastomosis; 22 Optimization of Cytoreduction of Small Bowel and Its Mesentery; 22.1 Five Types of Small Bowel Involvement by Cancer; 22.2 Techniques Used in Cytoreduction of the Small Bowel; 23 Follow-Up; References;
    4: Radiation Therapy 1 Integration of Radiation Therapy into Multimodality Management Regimen2 Radiation Therapy; 2.1 Radiation Therapy in the Setting of EPP; 2.2 Adjuvant Radiation Therapy After P/D; 2.3 Other Indications for Radiation Therapy; References; Part II: Therapeutic Treatments: Chemotherapy, Biotherapy, and Immunotherapy;
    5: Chemotherapy and Standard Treatment Options; 1 Background; 2 Chemotherapy Clinical Trials Nursing and Mesothelioma; 3 Chemotherapy Symptoms and Tolerability; 4 The Future of Chemotherapeutic Treatment; References
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    author, American Academy of Pediatrics, Section on Hospital Medicine ; editors, Jeffrey C. Gershel, Daniel A. Rauch.
    Summary: "Fully revised and updated, the second edition of this popular point-of-care manual offers practical, authoritative guidance in the hospital setting for safe, effective inpatient care from initial evaluation through hospital discharge management. Pediatric hospitalists provide proven recommendations for various pediatric inpatient problems, including anaphylaxis; cardiac conditions; dermatologic, ENT and GI issues; infectious diseases; seizure; eye trauma; fractures; physical and sexual abuse; and much more"--Publisher's description

    Adolescent medicine
    Ear, Nose, Throat
    Equipment and Procedures
    Genetics and Metabolism
    Hospitalist Practice
    Infectious Diseases
    Liver Diseases
    Psychosocial Issues
    Sedation and Analgesia
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    author, American Academy of Pediatrics, Section on Hospital Medicine ; editors, Jeffrey C. Gershel, Daniel A. Rauch.
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    Elaine E. Schulte, Robin L. Michaelson.
    Summary: "This comprehensive resource offers trusted parenting advice from a leading adoption medicine expert and the American Academy of Pediatrics, focusing on the physical and emotional well-being of children"--Publisher's description.

    Getting ready to bring your child home
    A new everything! Welcoming your child home
    Your child's first pediatric visit: a comprehensive health evaluation
    Your follow-up visit: how are things going?
    Health issues and conditions
    Attachment: the foundation of connections
    Your child's emotional health: what to watch for and when to worry
    Learning and attention challenges
    Talking about adoption
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    Tanya Altmann, MD, FAAP, editor-in-chief ; David L. Hill, MD, FAAP, associate medical editor ; Steven P. Shelov, MD, MS, FAAP, founding editor, emeritus ; Robert E. Hannemann, MD, FAAP, associate medical editor, emeritus.
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    Shelly Vaziri Flais, MD, FAAP, editor-in-chief, Pediatric Health Associates, Naperville, Illinois, assistant professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, Illinois.
    Summary: "By the preeminent pediatric organization, a fully revised and updated edition of the bestselling children's parenting primer, reflecting the most up-to-date information and statistics about topics ranging from physical development and changing nutritional needs to stress, school issues, screen time, and sibling rivalry. During the years from five to twelve, today's children must master the skills and habits that determine their future health and well-being--from good sleep hygiene to healthy screen usage to nutritious food choices--and parents have a crucial role to play. The organization that represents the nation's finest pediatricians, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), is the standard-setter for best practices in pediatric medicine. This revised edition of one of their flagship titles presents a new wealth of information for parents who want to help their children thrive during these exciting and challenging years. Caring for Your School-Age Child is an essential childcare resource for all parents who want to provide the very best care for their children--and the one guide pediatricians routinely recommend and parents can safely trust"-- Provided by publisher.

    Part 1. Nutritional and physical fitness. Maintaining your child's health
    Healthy nutrition and specific considerations
    Physical fitness and sports
    Part 2. Promoting health and development. Physical development
    Safely : prevention of injuries and substance use
    Emergency preparedness
    Your growing child and sex education
    If your child needs the hospital
    Part 3. Personal and social development. Your child's developing self
    Developing social skills
    Dealing with prejudice
    Part 4. Behavior and discipline. Communication and your child's behavior
    Communicating with your child
    Your child's behavior and discipline
    Managing common behavior problems
    Seeking professional help
    Part 5. Family matters. The importance of family
    Your family routines and dealing with disruptions
    Your development as a parent
    Brothers and sisters
    Sibling rivalry
    Child care
    Responsibilities and chores
    Money skills
    If you choose a summer camp
    When both parents work
    Separation, divorce, and the school-age child
    Single-parent families
    A death in the family
    Part 6. Children in school. Making school choices
    Preparing for a new school year
    Getting involved in your child's schooling
    Problems at school
    Learning disabilities
    Other educational concerns
    If your child is gifted
    School and your child's health
    Part 7. Chronic health problems. If your child has a chronic health condition
    School issues for children with chronic health conditions
    The family's adjustment to a chronic health condition
    Part 8. Medical, mental health, and behavior issues. Abdominal issues and gastrointestinal tract
    Behavior and emotional issues
    Chest and lungs
    Child abuse
    Chronic conditions and diseases
    Ears, nose, and throat
    Environmental health
    Genital and urinary
    Head, neck, and nervous system
    Musculoskeletal problems
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    by Mark Lazenby.
    The challenge of unreasonable demands
    The threat of becoming automatons
    Being good to ourselves
    Creating a civil community
    Being grateful
    Towards a better world.
    Digital Access Oxford 2017
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    Kathleen Sitzman, Jean Watson.
    Summary: This seminal work, based on the philosophy of Watson's Human Caring Theory, is designed to help students and practitioners of nursing to simplify Watson's complex teachings and integrate them into everyday practice. The revised second edition includes an abundance of new micro-practice examples for each of the 10 Caritas Processes®; practical exemplars from Dr. Sitzman's research, enabling readers to cultivate Caritas and mindfulness on a daily basis; and new case studies demonstrating how others have implemented Human Caring Science into everyday life and work. Drawing on the contemplative and mindfulness teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh, the text offers an engaging entry into Human Caring Theory for newcomers and deepens understanding for current practitioners. Clear and simple content supports foundational learning and promotes direct experience related to Watson's work. The book features guided mindfulness activities and artistic practices for each of the 10 Caritas Processes, plus case studies and guided procedures to facilitate learning and internalizing the method. The text also serves as the foundational text for the WCSI online course that provides step-by-step instructions on how to integrate and ground the philosophy and abstracts of Human Caring Theory into practice. -- Provided by publisher.

    Use of Mindfulness to Cultivate Understanding of Watson's Theory of Caring
    Overview of Watson's Theory (10 Caritas Processes®)
    Thich Nhat Hanh's Five Mindfulness Trainings
    Entering the Stream: Understanding and Living Out Jean Watson's Work
    The First Caritas Process®: Embrace Altruistic Values and Practice Lovingkindness With Self and Others
    The Second Caritas Process®: Be Authentically Present, Enable Faith and Hope, and Honor Others
    The Third Caritas Process®: Be Sensitive to Self and Others by Nurturing Individual Beliefs and Practices
    The Fourth Caritas Process®: Develop Helping-Trusting-Caring Relationships
    The Fifth Caritas Process®: Promote and Accept Positive and Negative Feelings as You Authentically Listen to Another's Story
    The Sixth Caritas Process®: Use Creative Scientific Problem-Solving Methods for Caring Decision Making - and Creative Solution-Seeking
    The Seventh Caritas Process®: Share Teaching and Learning That Addresses Individual Needs and Comprehension Styles
    The Eighth Caritas Process®: Create a Healing Environment for the Physical and Spiritual Self That Respects Human Dignity
    The Ninth Caritas Process®: Assist With Basic Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual Human Needs
    The Tenth Caritas Process®: Open to Mystery and Allow Miracles to Enter
    Conclusions and Suggestions for Deepening Study
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    Sara Horton-Deutsch, Jan Anderson.
    Caritas coaching : an overview
    My quest for caritas literacy
    Living a caritas consciousness : a philosophy for our everyday practices as nurse educators
    Creating an essence of compassion : a personal reflection on the journey through caring science
    Caritas coach : a work in progress
    The caritas coach : an instrument of healing
    Living caritas
    Love Is the essence
    Nursing as a sacred act of caring : practicing with an open mind and open heart
    Caritas coach literacy : sustaining loving-kindness for self and others
    Caritas coach reflections
    The learning path of a caritas coach nurse
    Transformation through caring moments
    Caring leadership as a caritas coach
    Creating and sustaining a caritas way of being
    Working with others within the context of caring relationships
    A physician's journey with caritas : a path to healing
    Reflections of a caritas coach
    A global paradigm shift for the caritas coach
    The ever-evolving, introspective, and morally active life of a caritas coach.
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    Norihiko Misawa, editor.
    Summary: This book provides a comprehensive overview of carotenoid biosynthesis by different organisms, including bacteria, archaea, fungi, arthropods, and plants. Carotenoids are thought to provide health benefits in areas such as cancer, diabetes, osteoporosis, NAFLD, NASH, obesity, age-related functional decline, and as a result, they have received an increasing amount of attention. With contributions from leading experts in biology, biotechnology, and chemistry of carotenoid research, this volume discusses the biological functions of carotenoids such as astaxanthin, B-cryptoxanthin, and fucoxanthin, in addition to paprika carotenoids, capsanthin, and capsorubin. It also reveals the technologies behind the commercial production of some functional carotenoids. The book is targeted for academic and industrial readers in biology, biotechnology, nutrient physiology and related fields.

    Preface and Introduction
    Part I: Biosynthetic Approach
    1: Commercial Production of Astaxanthin from the Green Alga Haematococcus pluvialis
    1.1 Introduction
    1.2 Functions and Uses of Natural Astaxanthin
    1.3 Natural Sources for Astaxanthin
    1.4 Life History of H. pluvialis
    1.5 Mass Culture of H. pluvialis
    1.6 Extraction of Astaxanthin
    1.7 Future of H. pluvialis-Derived Astaxanthin
    2: Commercial Production of Astaxanthin with Paracoccus carotinifaciens
    2.1 Introduction
    2.2 P. carotinifaciens 4.4.5 Reduction of Carotenoids with 4-Oxo-[beta]-End Group to 4-Hydroxy-5,6-Dihydro-[beta]-End Group in Spindle Shells
    4.4.6 Oxidative Cleavage of Carbon-Carbon Double Bond at C7′-C8′ in C40 Skeletal Carotenoids to Form 8′-Apocarotenoids
    4.4.7 Novel Carotenoid Pyropheophorbide a Esters from Abalone
    4.5 Carotenoid Metabolism in Arthropoda (Crustaceans)
    4.5.1 Oxidation of [beta]-Carotene to Astaxanthin in Crustaceans
    4.5.2 Racemization of Astaxanthin and Reductive Metabolic Pathways of Carotenoids in Prawn
    4.5.3 Other Oxidative Metabolic Pathways of Carotenoids in Crustaceans 2.3 Improvement of Producing Astaxanthin with P. carotinifaciens
    2.4 Commercial Production of Astaxanthin with P. carotinifaciens
    2.5 Usage Examples of Dehydrated P. carotinifaciens
    2.6 Astaxanthin-Rich Carotenoid Extracts (ARE) Derived from P. carotinifaciens
    3: Production of Carotenoids from Cultivated Seaweed
    3.1 Introduction
    3.2 Cultivation of C. okamuranus Discoid Germlings in Floating Form
    3.3 Production of Fucoxanthin and Fucoxanthin Chlorophyll a/c Protein
    3.4 Cultivation of Various Brown Algae in Microalgal Forms 3.5 Cultivation of Codium intricatum Trichomes in Floating Form
    3.6 Prospects for the Future
    4: Carotenoid Metabolism in Aquatic Animals
    4.1 Introduction
    4.2 Carotenoids in Porifera
    4.3 Carotenoids in Coelenterata
    4.4 Carotenoid Metabolism in Mollusca (Mollusks) and Protochordata (Tunicates)
    4.4.1 Metabolism of Fucoxanthin in Bivalves and Tunicates
    4.4.2 Metabolism of Peridinin in Bivalves and Tunicates
    4.4.3 Metabolism of Diatoxanthin and Alloxanthin in Bivalves and Tunicates
    4.4.4 Oxidation of Carotenoids in Snail 4.6 Carotenoid Metabolism in Echinodermata (Echinoderms)
    4.7 Metabolism of Carotenoids in Fish
    4.7.1 Epimerization of Lutein Through 3-Hydroxy-[beta],E-Caroten-3′-One and Oxidative Metabolisms of Lutein and Zeaxanthin in Cypri...
    4.7.2 Reductive Metabolism Pathway of Astaxanthin in Perciformes and Salmonidae Fish
    4.7.3 Hydrogenation of Double Bond at C7-C8 (C7′-C8′) in Catfish Silurus asotus
    4.7.4 Oxidation of Hydroxy Groups and Retro Rearrangement of Polyene Chain of Zeaxanthin in Tilapia Tilapia nilotica
    4.7.5 Other Unique Structures of Carotenoids in Fish
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    Muhammad Zia-Ul-Haq, Saikat Dewanjee, Muhammad Riaz, editors.
    Summary: Plants produce chemicals as part of their normal metabolic activities. These include primary metabolites found in all plants, such as sugars and fats, as well as secondary metabolites, which can have therapeutic effects in humans and be refined to produce drugs. Plants synthesize a bewildering variety of phytochemicals, but most are derivatives of a few biochemical motifs. Numerous herbal-derived substances have been evaluated for their therapeutic potential. These include alkaloids, coumarins, saponins, plant pigments and flavonoids. Flavonoids, carotenoids and anthocyanins are probably the best known of these substances due to their antioxidant properties. Carotenoids: Structure and Function in the Human Body presents comprehensive coverage of carotenoids. The text covers the scientific literature and clinical significance of this organic pigment, with an emphasis on its therapeutic potential. The authors approach carotenoids from a range of perspectives, from their structural and physicochemical properties to their distribution in nature, interaction with the human metabolism, and use as a coloring agent in various products. The intake, metabolism and secretion of anthocyanins in the human body are covered in-depth, as are the biosynthetic pathways through which these compounds are synthesized in the natural system. Factors affecting stability and extraction are listed, and health-related uses and biological activities are covered in great detail. Present and future trends in carotenoid research are also presented. This book provides a solid background in carotenoids for researchers and professionals in food science, food technology, nutrition, biology, chemistry and medical sciences.

    Historical and introductory aspects of carotenoids
    Chemistry of carotenoids
    Carotenoids synthesis and isomerism
    Role of carotenoids in photosynthesis
    Carotenoids as coloring agents
    Effect of processing on foods containing carotenoids
    Stability of carotenoids
    Analysis of carotenoids
    Carotenoids fortification
    Metabolism of carotenoids
    Carotenoids as antioxidants
    Carotenoids as anticancer agents
    Carotenoids as antidiabetic agents
    Carotenoids as antiparkinson agents
    Role of carotenoids in neurological diseases
    Carotenoids as antiobesity agents
    Carotenoids in liver and lung diseases
    Eye sight and carotenoids
    Carotenoids and cardiovascular diseases
    Carotenoids and bone health
    Carotenoids and periodontal diseases
    Carotenoids and skin diseases
    Application of carotenoids in cosmetics
    Carotenoids in women and infant health
    Provitamin A carotenoids
    Commercialization and marketing potential of carotenoids
    Past, present and future of carotenoid research.
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