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Antiarrhythmic therapy

a pathophysiologic approach

by Members of the Sicilian Gambit.

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Published by Futura Pub. Co. in Armonk, N.Y .
Written in English

  • Arrhythmia -- Treatment.,
  • Arrhythmia -- Pathophysiology.,
  • Arrhythmia -- drug therapy.,
  • Arrhythmia -- physiopathology.,
  • Anti-Arrhythmia Agents -- pharmacology.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 265-319) and index.

    Statementby Members of the Sicilian Gambit who coauthored the volume ; Günter Breithardt ... [et al.].
    ContributionsBreithardt, Günter.
    LC ClassificationsRC685.A65 M45 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 337 p. :
    Number of Pages337
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1089794M
    ISBN 100879935960
    LC Control Number94013905

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Antiarrhythmic Drugs: a practical guide Richard N. Fogoros. 2nd ed. [DNLM: 1. Anti-Arrhythmia Agents. Arrhythmiadrug therapy. QV Fa ] RMF64 dc22 A catalogue record for this title is available from the British Library Set in Meridien 12pt by Aptara, the pattern and File Size: 1MB.

Read chapter 18 of Workbook and Casebook for Goodman and Gilman's The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics online now, exclusively on AccessPharmacy. AccessPharmacy is a subscription-based resource from McGraw Hill that features trusted pharmacy content from the best minds in the field.

Unfortunately, antiarrhythmic drugs may not only help control arrhythmias but also can cause them, even during long-term therapy. Thus, prescribing antiarrhythmic drugs requires that precipitating factors be excluded or minimized, that a precise diagnosis of the type of arrhythmia (and its possible mechanisms) be made, that the prescriber has.

Any therapy in medicine fits one of the following categories: tablets, interventional, surgical and various. In the last category we put now lifestyle and diet, physiotherapy and rehabilitation, and alternative medicine procedures.

As a professor of cardiology, 20 years ago, I was teaching students on therapy of rhythm : Antiarrhythmic therapy book Cinteza. The relative simplicity of antiarrhythmic drug therapy must be balanced against two disadvantages. One is that the drugs must be taken daily and indefinitely.

The other is the risk of side effects. While side effects are a risk of all medication, those associated with antiarrhythmic. Antiarrhythmic agents are a diverse group of medicines that are used in the treatment of cardiac arrhythmias (abnormal heart rates or rhythms).

Cardiac arrhythmias occur when there is a disturbance in the electrical conductivity of the heart. Causes are numerous and may include coronary artery disease, heart attacks, electrolyte disturbances.

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These mechanisms are blockade of sodium channels (class I), blockade of cardiac Antiarrhythmic therapy book receptors (class II), blockade of potassium channels (class III), and blockade of calcium channels (class IV).

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Buy Softcover Book. About this book. This volume reviews current and potential future therapies for arrhythmias. It is a highly practical guide for the use of pharmaceuticals in the management of the discipline, and has been written in a simple quick-access format.

Antiarrhythmic Drugs builds on the current understanding of pathophysiological mechanisms and. The ultimate goal of antiarrhythmic drug therapy is to restore normal rhythm and conduction. When it is not possible to revert to normal sinus rhythm, drugs may be used to prevent more serious and possibly lethal arrhythmias from occurring.

Antiarrhythmic drugs are. If you prescribe for patients with arrhythmias, you will want to keep this valuable paperback close at hand. The Second Edition of this valuable reference responds to changes in the available medications as well as in the way they are currently used.

The book reviews everything you need to understand and prescribe todays antiarrhythmic drugs: mechanisms of cardiac arrhythmias and how. 1) Does the patient need antiarrhythmic drug (AAD) 1,2 therapy for AF.

The first question to address when considering an antiarrhythmic drug (AAD) for any patient with atrial fibrillation (AF) is: does the patient need one. 3 The major purpose for AAD therapy in AF is to reduce symptoms associated with AF so as to improve quality of life of the patient.

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Nevertheless, for the vast majority of patients with cardiac arrhythmias, drugs are, and will continue to be, the mainstay of therapy.

For those of us who are serious about finding new antiarrhythmic drugs for our patients, including those with atrial fibrillation and malignant ventricular arrhythmias, this book is highly valuable.

Procainamide is a medication used to manage and treat ventricular arrhythmias, supraventricular arrhythmias, atrial flutterfibrillation, and Wolf-Parkinson-White syndrome.

It is in the antiarrhythmic Agent Class 1A class of medications. This activity reviews the indications, action, and contraindications for procainamide as a valuable agent in treating these arrhythmias. The past 10 years have seen a remarkable change in the approach to cardiac arrhythmias, from a position of confidence and a feeling of well-being about pharmacological treatment to a situation in which there is now marked uncertainty and general apprehension about the role of antiarrhythmic drugs.

Until relatively recently the prevailing concept in antiarrhythmic therapy was that arrhythmias. Novel Therapeutic Targets for Antiarrhythmic Drugs is a book edited by George Billman and published by John Wiley and Sons in Content.

According to the publisher, the book describes the current state of cardiac arrhythmia treatment, and attempts to identify future directions research may take. Its 21 chapters cover a variety of topics related to cardiac arrhythmia and electrophysiology. offer short-term prophylactic antiarrhythmic therapy, and 19 would give long-term prophylactic therapy if the patient was con-sidered to be at high risk of recurrent AF.

Only 5 of the centres would give long-term prophylactic therapy directly after a rst AF episode. After the failure of the rst rhythm control drug, most centres. Cardiac arrhythmia is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality, and the history of anti-arrhythmic drug therapies has been dismal.

Development of apparently more and more selective and effective antiarrhythmic agents has been a focus of interest for drug research in the past few decades, however, neither the ideal compound, nor an optimal strategy could be demonstrated so far.

Antiarrhythmic medications have been available for nearly years and remain a mainstay in the management of atrial fibrillation (AF). Goals of therapy with the use of these drugs include a reduction in the frequency and duration of episodes of arrhythmia as well an emerging goal of reducing mortality and hospitalizations associated with AF.

  New Arrhythmia Technologies provides a complete discussion of recent, emerging, and future arrhythmia forward-thinking book details successful trials and investigates areas of research that have not yet reached the trial elite panel of authors have explored fresh information on:advances in antiarrhythmic pharmacologis therapy advances in monitoring, risk 5(2).

Beta-blockers. The most effective antiarrhythmic drugs in prevention of AF are considered as beta-blockers. Even though they are mainly used in rate control strategy, in AF caused by thyrotoxicosis, after cardiac surgery or any adrenergically mediated AF, they represent the first-choice : Stefan Simović, Ivan Srejović, Vladimir Živković, Slobodanka Mitrović, Jovana Jeremić, Vladimir Jako.

Antiarrhythmic agents have undergone critical reevaluation during the past 10 to 15 years with the publication of large-scale human studies that brought to light some of the risks and shortcomings of drug therapy for arrhythmias.

1,2 Once more cavalier in their use of these agents, veterinarians and physicians alike are having to analyze. The narrow therapeutic window of antiarrhythmic drugs makes their use clinically challenging. A solid understanding of the mechanisms of arrhythmias and how antiarrhythmics affect these mechanisms is only a preliminary step in their appropriate selection.

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The main therapeutic features of antiarrhythmic therapy drugs may include decreasing or increasing conduction velocity, altering the excitation state of cardiac cells by altering the. or cozy afternoon. " Video shows how a selection of book format, condition, and price, changing to show Antiarrhythmic Therapy|Sicilian Gambit how differing formats and conditions affect price.

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When it is not possible to revert to normal sinus rhythm, drugs may be used to prevent more serious and possibly l lethal arrhythmias from occurring. Advances in Antiarrhythmic Drug Therapy, An Issue of Cardiac Electrophysiology Clinics. by Paul Wang, MD,Amin Al-Ahmad, MD. The Clinics: Internal Medicine (Book Volume ) Thanks for Sharing.

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Sotalol is an antiarrhythmic agent that has effects as a nonselective beta-receptor (beta 1 and beta 2) adrenergic blocker (Class II antiarrhythmic). The action as a Class II antiarrhythmic is similar to propranolol (one-third potency); however, it has beneficial.

In recent years, concerns regarding antiarrhythmic drug efficacy as well as safety have prompted a re-examination of the indications for antiarrhythmic therapy in patients with atrial fibrillation. Advances In Antiarrhythmic Drug Therapy, An Issue Of Cardiac Electrophysiology Clinics, 1e (The Clinics: Internal Medicine)|Gerald V, Térrifiante asie -d'Istambul à la mer du japon|Gosset Pierre Et Renée, Sense of Sentences|Wilbert J.

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It generally occurs secondary to advanced age or structural heart disease but genetic factors can also. Because of their excellent safety profile and effectiveness in treating ventricular arrhythmias, beta-blockers are often first-line antiarrhythmic therapy.

Therapy with beta-blockers is associated with a reduction in adverse cardiac events for long QT syndrome and catecholaminergic polymorphic ventricular tachycardia. Section 9 Pharmacologic, Genetic and Cell Therapy of Ion Channel Dysfunction.

Pharmacologic Bases of Antiarrhythmic Therapy. Pharmacogenomics of Cardiac Arrhythmias. Gene therapy to treat cardiac arrhythmias. Highly Mature Human iPSC-Derived Cardiomyocytes as Models for Cardiac Electrophysiology and Drug Testing. 3 with individual AADs may well be related to disease progression rather than effect of antiarrhythmic therapy per se, and cause(s) of death in these patients is not that clear.

But also, the choice of AADs were carefully selected in individual patients. Fejfar Prague, Czechoslovakia Perspectives in Cardiovascular Research, Volume Clinical Pharmacology of Antiarrhythmic Therapy Edited by Benedict R.

Lucchesi, James V. Dingell, Richard P. Schwatz, Jr. Raven Press, New York () pages, illustrated, ISBN: This is a remarkable little book that admirably summarizes the. Abstract: Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common arrhythmia in clinical practice.

It can occur at any age, however, it becomes extremely common in the elderly, with a prevalence approaching more than 20 in patients older than 85 by:.

In critically ill children, multi-organ-system disease can influence the choice of antiarrhythmic medication. Intravenous therapy is often necessary.

There is a scarcity of paediatric critical-care cases demonstrating the dosing, monitoring, and efficacy of intravenous sotalol. The catheter ablation procedure for Atrial Fibrillation has been around for 20+ years. In a randomized controlled trial, the 5-year CABANA study is the largest to compare the A-Fib treatments of catheter ablation (PVI) and antiarrhythmic drug therapy (AAD).