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About this book
Sports Cardiology Essentials: Evaluation, Management and Case Studies is a comprehensive resource for any physician responsible for the cardiac health of active or athletic patients. The first section of the book discusses the basics of sudden cardiac arrest in athletes, including screening and echocardiography. The second section is divided into chapters that address particular signs and symptoms, such as shortness of breath or syncope/presyncope. The third section is written to address the needs of athletes with particular cardiac diseases, including: • Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy • Coronary artery anomalies • Marfan syndrome • Congenital heart disease Case studies and illustrations are included throughout the text to facilitate quick application of the information presented into a reader’s daily practice. Sports Cardiology in Practice is sure to be a staple for sports medicine physicians, primary care physicians, cardiologists, or coaches.
Athlete Electrophysiology Heart Sudden Death