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Volume 1

Volume 1

This book is the "standard" if it comes to describe the knowledge on the anatomy and pathophysiology on coronary veins. Interestingly enough this part of the coronary circulation has been neglected for a number of years, although it becomes more and more evident that the disease process in myocardial ischemia and reperfusion influences and is influenced by the coronary veins. This book is a must if you are working on resynchronisation therapy or other innovative coronary sinus interventions. The collection of data keeps you informed on the experience of experts in the field and will improve your knowledge and may stimulate your work in this field.

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Volume 2

Volume 2

The stone heart was the fear of the surgeon in the early days of open heart surgery. This form of ischemia and reperfusion injury plays also a role in modern interventional cardiology. This book gives insight in the knowledge gathered on this subject several years ago. This experience has been made available, because nowadays with the advent of gene expression and stem cell therapy this background has to be considered since many events occur in the venous circulation opening a complex cascade of events leading to completely different exits.

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Volume 3

Volume 3

Did you know that the arterialisation of the coronary sinus dates back to the late 1800 century? Especially in the early days of heart surgery Beck reported on a number of patients with a permanent shunt from the arterial system to the coronary veins. This book gives you insight into the details and why these methods have been abandoned. The knowledge of the early days of coronary sinus arterialisation is necessary for innovators, who plan to use the same pathways and for investors to find out, whether newly advertised methods are a hope or a hype.

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Volume 4

Volume 4

This book gives you a good overview on the different forms of the coronary sinus interventions and the history on their investigation. It formulates also moral standards in clinical research by one of the leading surgeons of the early days Dwight Harken.In addition it shows the development of the society of coronary sinus interventions from an ad hoc meeting during a symposium on myocardial protection via the coronary sinus. It also gives insight in the practical hands on experience with coronary venous interventions including reflexes that occur when working in the coronary venous system.

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Volume 5

Volume 5

No other coronary sinus intervention has influenced standard daily routine. The ease of application of retrograde cardioplegia has saved many lifes and improved surgical outcome. This book gives an overview on the early days of this intervention and sheds light on the fundamentals of retrograde cardioplegia. It shows convincingly that parts of the myocardium cannot be reached by the retrograde approach and that the application has its limits. One should not forget the roots of an daily used intervention to avoid problems and complications.

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Volume 6

Volume 6

Intermittent coronary sinus occlusion and PICSO has substantial benefit in educing myocardial jeopardy both in animals and humans. In this book basic considerations of the mode of action of this procedure as well as results in animal studies and early clinical trials are discussed. After a hiatus of scientific evaluation this form of therapy again draws the interest of the scientific community.

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