"The information on management of coronary, carotid, cerebral, and renal disease remains a cornerstone of this handbook. This handbook represents a valuable resource for those new to the catheterization laboratory looking for a firm foundation in the fundamentals and evidence-based medicine."
- Nicholas Hanna, MD, Ochsner Clinic Foundation
5 Star - Doody, March 2013
Very helpful. I am a 167 years experienced critical care nurse. I recently transferred to the Cath lab and believe the book has helped me very much .Published 8 days ago by amy contreras
Was looking for more of an extremity resource this was mostly aorta. And didn't realize it was the same book as the undated version and I bought both accidently. I won't use them.Published 1 month ago by Juls
Highly recommended by all cardiology fellows. I have been using it in my 2nd year of fellowship. Will keep it for lifePublished 18 months ago by John Miller
Good book for first year fellows. Goes into detail of cath lab setup, views, anatomy in each view, etc. Only complaint is the weird shape of the book makes it hard to look at.Published 18 months ago by Mallory Balmer-Swain
This book is written in an easy to read and concise format. It serves as a good introduction to the Cath lab, especially for fellows.Published 23 months ago by VM