Home / Medicine / Wasserman & Whipp's Principles of Exercise Testing and Interpretation

Wasserman & Whipp's Principles of Exercise Testing and Interpretation

Including Pathophysiology and Clinical Applications
9781975136437
ISBN/ISSN
9781975136437
Publication Date
August 12, 2020
2020-08-12
Availability
IN STOCK
9781975136437
Preview link
Rights Link
$ 179.99 USD $179.99
*Final price may vary based on conversion rate.
Quantity

Buy from another retailer

Sorry! Promocode will not apply for this product.

  • Description
    Selected as a Doody's Core Title for 2021!

    Thoroughly revised and updated for today’s clinicians, Wasserman & Whipp’s Principles of Exercise Testing and Interpretation, Sixth Edition, provides a comprehensive, practical overview of cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPET) ideally suited for pulmonologists, cardiologists, anesthesiologists, and others with an interest in clinical exercise testing. Written by authors who are uniquely positioned to convey relevant aspects of research and apply them to clinical contexts, this volume offers in-depth coverage of essential information for conducting CPET, or for utilizing data from this discipline in clinical practice or research.
    • Clearly defines terminology throughout and focuses on the core elements of CPET that are common to all users, ensuring that content is easily accessible to clinicians from a wide variety of backgrounds.
    • Reviews the central aspects of exercise physiology and metabolism important for understanding measurements used in CPET.
    • Identifies core procedures and measurements for conducting tests and laboratory quality control.
    • Outlines systematic, step-by-step approaches to the interpretation of exercise data, including the scientific and technical basis of the methods and analyses.
    • Includes a new chapter on approach to data and interpretation – focused on practical approaches to viewing, summarizing, and reporting results of a test.
    • Illustrates normal and abnormal results of exercise tests through discussion of dozens of actual case presentations.
    • Draws on the extensive experience and expertise of authors from the fields of pulmonary medicine and physiology with experience in research and clinical studies related to cardiology, metabolism, sports medicine, and other areas.

    Enrich Your Ebook Reading Experience

    • Read directly on your preferred device(s),such as computer, tablet, or smartphone.
    • Easily convert to audiobook,powering your content with natural language text-to-speech.
  • Specs
    Edition
    6
    ISBN/ISSN
    9781975136437
    Product Format
    PB-Paperback
    Trim Size
    8 1/2 x 11
    Pages
    600
    Edition
    6
    Publication Date
    August 12, 2020
    Weight
    2.8
  • Kathy E. Sietsema MD
    Professor of Medicine, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA; Division of Respiratory and Critical Care Physiology and Medicine, Associate Professor, General Medicine and Health Services, Department of Medicine, Harbor—UCLA Medical Center, Torrance, CA
    Darryl Y. Sue MD
    Professor of Medicine, UCLA School of Medicine; Medical Director, Department of Respiratory Therapy, Director, Medical Critical Care, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Torrance, CA
    William W. Stringer MD
    Chair, Department of Medicine, Division of Respiratory and Critical Care Physiology and Medicine, Professor of Medicine, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Harbor—UCLA Medical Center, Torrance, CA
    Susan Ward PhD
  • Table of contents
    xi
    Contents
    Preface v
    Kathy E. Sietsema, Darryl Y. Sue, William W. Stringer, Susan A. Ward
    Acknowledgments vii
    Contributors ix
    1 Exercise Testing and Interpretation 1
    Kathy E. Sietsema, William W. Stringer, Darryl Y. Sue, Susan A. Ward
    2 Physiology of Exercise 8
    Susan A. Ward, Harry B. Rossiter
    3 Measurements During Integrative Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing 59
    Susan A. Ward
    4 Pathophysiology of Disorders Limiting Exercise 91
    Darryl Y. Sue, Kathy E. Sietsema
    5 Performance of Clinical Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing 112
    William W. Stringer, Janos Porszasz, Harry B. Rossiter
    6 Approaches to Data Summary and Interpretation 135
    Kathy E. Sietsema
    7 Normal Values 159
    Darryl Y. Sue
    8 Clinical Applications of Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing 189
    William W. Stringer, Darryl Y. Sue
    9 Diagnostic Speci? city of Exercise Intolerance: A Flowchart Approach 223
    Darryl Y. Sue
    10 Case Presentations 229
    Kathy E. Sietsema, Darryl Y. Sue
    Case 1: Normal Man 231
    Case 2: Normal Athletic Man
    Case 3: Normal Woman: Air and Oxygen Breathing Studies 234
    Case 4: Normal Man 239
    Case 5: Fit Cyclist 242
    Case 6: Normal Individual: Cycle and Treadmill Studies 246
    Case 7: Normal Individual: With and Without -Adrenergic Blockade 251
    Case 8: Normal Man With and Without Acute Cigarette Smoking 256
    Case 9: Active Man With Dyspnea at High Altitude 262
    Case 10: Active Woman With Patent Foramen Ovale 267xii Contents
    Case 11: Normal Aging Athletic Man: Serial Tests Between Age 66 and 76
    Case 12: Mild Air? ow Obstruction and Hyperventilation 270
    Case 13: A Submaximal Test 274
    Case 14: A Long Test 278
    Case 15: Chronic Heart Failure With Reduced Ejection Fraction 282
    Case 16: Chronic Heart Failure With Reduced Ejection Fraction 285
    Case 17: Chronic Heart Failure With Reduced Ejection Fraction and
    Pacemaker Dependence 289
    Case 18: Chronic Heart Failure: Oscillatory Ventilation and Gas Exchange 294
    Case 19: Chronic Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction
    (Exercise-Induced Pulmonary Venous Hypertension) 298
    Case 20: Gas Exchange Evidence of Myocardial Ischemia 302
    Case 21: Claudication: Gas Exchange Findings in Peripheral Arterial Disease 307
    Case 22: Exertional Chest Pain With Gas Exchange Evidence of
    Myocardial Ischemia
    Case 23: Exercise-Induced Myocardial Ischemia 310
    Case 24: Myocardial Ischemia With Diffuse Distal Coronary Artery Disease 314
    Case 25: Myocardial Ischemia: Development of Inducible Myocardial Ischemia Over 3 Years 31 7
    Case 26: Atrial Septal Defect and Hemochromatosis 323
    Case 27: Symptomatic Chronic Mitral Insuf? ciency 327
    Case 28: Congenital Heart Disease: Coarctation and Ventricular Septal Defect
    Surgically Repaired 330
    Case 29: Congenital Heart Disease: Transposition of the Great Arteries With Surgical Repair 334
    Case 30: Patent Ductus Arteriosus With Left-to-Right Shunt, Presurgical Closure 337
    Case 31: Patent Ductus Arteriosus With Right-to-Left Shunt
    (Eisenmenger Ductus Syndrome) 341
    Case 32: Bicuspid Aortic Valve With Aortic Regurgitation 344
    Case 33: Surgically Repaired Coarctation of the Aorta With Bicuspid Aortic Valve
    Case 34: Fontan Circulation 348
    Case 35: Ventricular Septal Defect With Eisenmenger Syndrome 352
    Case 36: Tetralogy of Fallot, Surgically Repaired 356
    Case 37: Tetralogy of Fallot, Unrepaired 360
    Case 38: Amyloid Cardiomyopathy 364
    Case 39: Athletic Man With Tachyarrhythmia 368
    Case 40: Heart Rate Impairment Due to -Adrenergic Blockade for
    Treatment of Hypertension 372
    Case 41: Atrial Fibrillation With Rapid Ventricular Response During Exercise 378
    Case 42: Chronotropic Insuf? ciency With Escape Rhythm
    Case 43: Active Older Man With Second-Degree Heart Block 381
    Case 44: Active Man With Cardiac Conduction Defects 385
    Case 45: Early Onset of Exercise Lactic Acidosis: Differentiating Circulatory From
    Muscular Impairment 390
    Case 46: Early Onset of Exercise Lactic Acidosis Suggesting Circulatory Impairment 395
    Case 47: Mixed Connective Tissue Disease With Pulmonary Involvement 400
    Case 48: Pulmonary and Systemic Vasculitis: Air and Oxygen Breathing Studies
    Case 49: Idiopathic Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension 404
    Case 50: Severe Pulmonary Vascular Disease Secondary to Sarcoidosis: Air and Oxygen
    Breathing Studies 408
    Case 51: Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension on Multidrug Therapy 413
    Case 52: Pulmonary Hypertension, Patent Foramen Ovale, and
    Exercise-Induced Right-to-Left Shunt 418Contents xiii
    Case 53: Idiopathic Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension Before and
    After Treatment
    Case 54: Long-Standing Idiopathic Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension:
    Serial Tests Over 17 Years of Treatment 424
    Case 55: Intrapulmonary Right-to-Left Shunt Due to Pulmonary
    Arteriovenous Fistulae 430
    Case 56: Severe Interstitial Lung Disease 434
    Case 57: Sarcoidosis 437
    Case 58: Interstitial Pneumonitis: Before and After Empiric Corticosteroid Therapy
    Case 59: Severe Interstitial Lung Disease : Air and Oxygen Breathing Studies
    Case 60: Mild Pulmonary Asbestosis 441
    Case 61: Severe Pulmonary Asbestosis 445
    Case 62: Pleural and Pulmonary Asbestosis 449
    Case 63: Mild Chronic Bronchitis With Normal Exercise Performance 452
    Case 64: Emphysema With Mild Airway Obstruction 455
    Case 65: Severe Combined Obstructive and Restrictive Lung Disease 458
    Case 66: Severe Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease 462
    Case 67: Emphysema, Untreated 465
    Case 68: Severe Emphysema and Bronchitis: Air and Oxygen Breathing Studies 469
    Case 69: Bullous Emphysema: Before and After Bullectomy 475
    Case 70: A Runner With Obstructive Lung Disease
    Case 71: Mild Obstructive Airway Disease With Disproportionate Exertional Dyspnea 481
    Case 72: Obesity Contributing to Ventilatory Limitation
    Case 73: Extrapulmonary Restriction: Ankylosing Spondylitis 485
    Case 74: Extrapulmonary Restriction: Scoliosis
    Case 75: Interstitial Lung Disease and Hemidiaphragm Paralysis 489
    Case 76: Active Man With Paralyzed Hemidiaphragm 492
    Case 77: McArdle Disease 495
    Case 78: Myopathy With Exertional Rhabdomyolysis 499
    Case 79: Congenital Mitochondrial Myopathy 502
    Case 80: Mitochondrial Myopathy 505
    Case 81: Woman With Multiple Sclerosis and Dyspnea 508
    Case 82: Congenital Myotonia 512
    Case 83: Mixed Disorder: Chronic Bronchitis and Obesity
    Case 84: Mixed Disorder: Peripheral Arterial Disease, Anemia, Carboxyhemoglobinemia, and
    Cardiac Dysfunction 518
    Case 85: Mixed Disorder: Mild Interstitial Lung Disease, Obstructive Airway Disease, and
    Myocardial Ischemia 522
    Case 86: Chronic Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction and
    Obesity Hypoventilation Syndrome 525
    Case 87: Mixed Disease: Aortic Stenosis, Mitral Stenosis, and Obstructive Airway Disease
    Case 88: Mixed Disorder: Obstructive Airway Disease, Talc Pneumoconiosis,
    and Pulmonary Vascular Disease
    Case 89: Mixed Disorder: Peripheral Arterial Disease and Obstructive Lung Disease:
    Cycle and Treadmill Exercise 529
    Case 90: Morbid Obesity and Aortic Valve Disease 534
    Case 91: Morbid Obesity 537
    Case 92: Exercise Testing for Staging and Prognosis in Chronic Heart Failure
    Case 93: Exercise Testing for Preoperative Evaluation for Lung Cancer Resection 541
    Case 94: Exercise Testing for Evaluation of Work Fitness: Morbid Obesity 545xiv Principles of Exercise Testing and Interpretation
    Case 95: Exercise Testing for Assessment Before and After Pulmonary Rehabilitation for
    Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
    Case 96: Evaluation of Unexplained Dyspnea: A Morbidly Obese Asthmatic 548
    Case 97: Evaluation of Unexplained Dyspnea: Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary
    Vascular Disease 552
    Case 98: Evaluation of Unexplained Dyspnea: An Obese Woman at Risk for
    Pulmonary Hypertension 555
    Case 99: Serial Tests: Active Man With CREST Syndrome 558
    Case 100: Serial Tests: Delayed Cardiotoxicity From Chemotherapy 563
    Appendices 568
    Darryl Y. Sue, Susan A. Ward
    Index 582
    To view this case please access the eBook
    bundled with this text. Instructions are located on
    the inside front cover.
  • Features
    • Clearly defines terminology throughout and focuses on the core elements of CPET that are common to all users, ensuring that content is easily accessible to clinicians from a wide variety of backgrounds.
    • Reviews the central aspects of exercise physiology and metabolism important for understanding measurements used in CPET.
    • Identifies core procedures and measurements for conducting tests and laboratory quality control.
    • Outlines systematic, step-by-step approaches to the interpretation of exercise data, including the scientific and technical basis of the methods and analyses.
    • Includes a new chapter on approach to data and interpretation – focused on practical approaches to viewing, summarizing, and reporting results of a test.
    • Illustrates normal and abnormal results of exercise tests through discussion of dozens of actual case presentations.
    • Draws on the extensive experience and expertise of authors from the fields of pulmonary medicine and physiology with experience in research and clinical studies related to cardiology, metabolism, sports medicine, and other areas.


    Enrich Your Ebook Reading Experience

    • Read directly on your preferred device(s),such as computer, tablet, or smartphone.
    • Easily convert to audiobook,powering your content with natural language text-to-speech.
  • Review
  • Questions and Answers

Sorry, we can’t add this product to your cart due to one of the following reasons:

  • This item may already be in your cart.
  • This item can’t be combined with other items in your cart.
  • Only one instance of this product can be purchased at a time.

Would you like us to update your cart with this item and proceed?

9781975136437 Wasserman & Whipp's Principles of Exercise Testing and Interpretation 9781975136437 Home / Medicine / Wasserman & Whipp's Principles of Exercise Testing and Interpretation 1 https://shop.lww.com/Wasserman---Whipp-s-Principles-of-Exercise-Testing-and-Interpretation/p/9781975136437 //cdn-tp2.mozu.com/16833-25855/cms/25855/files/f18c9edd-1702-417e-8965-00ebfc18653a 179.99 179.99 179.99 1

Your cart cannot contain products from multiple regions.
If you click continue, items in the cart from the previous region will be removed. To keep items from the previous region in your cart, click cancel.

This item is not related to current region.

Sorry, we can’t add this product to your cart due to one of the following reasons:

  • This item may already be in your cart.
  • This item can’t be combined with other items in your cart.
  • Only one instance of this product can be purchased at a time.

Would you like us to update your cart with this item and proceed?