The Josephson School: A Legacy of Important Contributions to Electrophysiology

Josephson schoolby Hein J. Wellens (Author, Editor), Alfred E. Buxton (Editor), Francis E. Marchlinski (Editor), Peter Zimetbaum (Editor)

A collection of 50 of Dr. Mark E. Josephson’s groundbreaking journal articles that demonstrate his important contributions as a pioneer and teacher of modern cardiac arrhythmology over the course of 42 years. Each article not only includes a discussion by a peer of the significance of the defining paper, but also includes personal impressions of Dr. Josephson as a clinical scientist, doctor, teacher, role model, and friend.

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Speech Sound Disorders

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Speech Sound Disorders

Speech SoundShelley Velleman
Using highly readable prose enriched by clear definitions, examples, and exercises, the author covers all key concepts, including important topics often not offered in similar books, including evaluating and treating speech sound disorders in young children, those with neurodevelopmental syndromes, and those with prosody issues. In addition, the book helps students see the connection between speech sound disorders and the related motor speech disorders that overlap and complicate assessment and treatment.
Compelling online videos of children with speech sound disorders (supplemented with assignable exercises) bring concepts to life and connect classroom learning with real-life practice.
Considerations for assessment and treatment of children who speak languages other than English are interwoven throughout the text.
Numerous data sets and examples of children with speech disorders provide a real-world context.
Case studies for practice show readers how to apply the concepts and techniques covered.
Assessment and treatment of motor speech disorders in children are covered, including differential diagnosis of dysarthria and Childhood Apraxia of Speech, an area of expertise of the author.
Quick and easy assessment forms for identifying children’s speech strengths and weaknesses are included.
Application to practice elements include integrated coverage of the assessment and treatment options for each subcomponent of speech sound development disorder.
Feature boxes point out “common misconceptions” and “common confusion” areas and explain particularly challenging concepts and innovative approaches.
Author-developed exercises for applying concepts, practicing evaluation techniques, scoring tests, and developing treatment plans give students hands-on practice in applying concepts.
End-of-chapter review questions contain multiple-choice quizzes that allow students to assess their understanding of chapter content.

 

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Essential Concepts of Electrophysiology through Case Studies: Intracardiac EGMs

Essential conceps intracardac egmsby Kenneth A. Ellenbogen (Author), Roderick Tung (Author), David Frankel (Author), Prabal Guha (Author), Reginald Ho (Author)

This volume of intracardiac tracings builds on our first book, Essential Concepts of Electrophysiology and Pacing through Case Studies, that guides the reader in developing and refining the key skill of analyzing electrophysiologic recordings.

Over 60 cases with a focus on intracardiac EGMs are presented as board exam cases and questions. Tracings are framed by a question, followed by annotated tracings, and a discussion of the correct and potential answers. Cases present a full range of difficulty from simple to advanced.

This book will provide a valuable review for a wide variety of professionals physicians, associated professionals, nurses and technicians preparing for certification and re-certification examinations in electrophysiology.

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Lange Q&A Optometry Review : Basic and Clinical Sciences

Ph.D. Freddy W. Chang; M.D. Maria Lourdes Alarcon Fortepiani, Ph.D.; Ph.D. Jeung H. Kim; John S. Sharpe
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“The most thorough and up-to-date review available for the complete optometry curriculum”

“Optometry Review: Basic and Clinical Sciences” provides a complete review of the fundamental basic and clinical science concepts students need to know to excel on optometry exams. This rigorous review includes more than 1,500 exam-style Q&A with detailed answer explanations. The companion CD-ROM enables students to create custom exams and keep track of their scores.

“Optometry Review: Basic and Clinical Sciences” is divided into two sections: Section One covers core areas of basic science in optometry, including neuro-anatomy, embryology, ocular physiology, pathology, nutrition, and biochemistry. Section Two covers core areas of clinical science in optometry, including visual science, monocular sensory aspects, geometrical optics, ophthalmic optics, glaucoma and other ocular diseases, and ocular pharmacology.

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