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The Resource Heart Failure Management

Heart Failure Management

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Heart Failure Management
Title
Heart Failure Management
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eng
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Heart Failure Management
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Heart Failure Management
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Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword -- Contents -- Part I: Current Heart Failure Therapies -- 1: Introduction -- References -- 2: Therapies in Heart Failure, Tomorrow May Be Too Late -- 2.1 The Heart Failure Pandemic and the "Halfway Technology" Swamp -- 2.2 Current Heart Failure Therapy: The Achievements of Yesterday, the Hurdles of Today -- 2.3 Heart Failure Therapy Tomorrow: Looking outside (Beyond) the Current Therapeutic Window -- References -- 3: Atrial Fibrillation, Heart Failure, and the Autonomic Nervous System -- 3.1 Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation in the Heart Failure Population -- 3.2 Autonomic Nervous System and AF -- 3.3 Ganglionic Plexi: Autonomic Modulation in the Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation -- 3.4 Renal Denervation -- 3.5 Alternative Therapies for Neuromodulation -- Conclusions -- References -- 4: Current Therapies for Ventricular Tachycardia: Are there Autonomic Implications of the Arrhythmogenic Substrate? -- References -- Part II: The Autonomic Regulation and Dis- regulation of the Heart: Pathophysiology in Heart Failure -- 5: "The Autonomic Nervous System Symphony Orchestra": Pathophysiology of Autonomic Nervous System and Analysis of Activity Frequencies -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Methodologies -- 5.2.1 General Considerations -- 5.2.2 Muscle Sympathetic Nerve Activity (MSNA) -- 5.2.3 Heart Rate Variability -- 5.2.3.1 Linear Analysis -- 5.2.3.2 Nonlinear Analysis -- 5.2.3.3 Symbolic Analysis -- References -- 6: Autonomic Pathophysiology After Myocardial Infarction Falling into Heart Failure -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 The History -- 6.3 Physiopathology of the Sympathetic Activation -- 6.4 Nerve Sprouting After Myocardial Injury -- 6.5 NGF Changes following an Ischemic Injury: From Short-{u00AD}Term to Long-Term Events -- 6.6 From Acute Myocardial Injury to Chronic Heart Failure through Cardiac Remodeling
  • 6.7 Molecular Pathophysiology of Cardiac Sympathetic Innervation -- Conclusions -- References -- 7: Cardiovascular Serenade: Listening to the Heart -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Heart Rate Variability -- 7.3 Intrathoracic Impedance Measurement -- 7.4 Implantable Hemodynamic Monitoring -- 7.5 CHAMPION Trial -- 7.6 CHAMPION Trial Results: Benefits of Listening to Central Hemodynamic Data -- Conclusions -- References -- 8: Whispering During Sleep: Autonomic Signaling During Sleep, Sleep Apnea, and Sudden Death -- 8.1 The Cardiovascular System and Sleep Architecture -- 9: Cerebral Aging: Implications for the Heart Autonomic Nervous System Regulation -- 9.1 Central Control of Sympathetic Outflow -- 9.2 Gangliar Level Control -- 9.3 Nerve Ending Level: Presynaptic Control and Postsynaptic Signaling -- 9.3.1 Presynaptic Control -- 9.3.2 Postsynaptic Signaling -- 9.4 The Baroreceptor Reflex -- 9.5 Plasticity of the Autonomic Nervous System, the Role of Neurotrophins -- References -- Part III: Modulation of Autonomic Function in Heart Failure -- 10: The Autonomic Cardiorenal Crosstalk: Pathophysiology and Implications for Heart Failure Management -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Measurements of Autonomic Nervous System Activity -- 10.3 Sympathetic Innervation of the Kidney -- 10.4 The Sympathorenal Axis in Heart Failure -- 10.5 Consequences of Congestion and Neurohormonal Activation in the Kidney and in Other Regional Circulatory System in the Abdomen -- 10.6 Autonomic Crosstalk in the Different Types of Cardiorenal Syndrome -- 10.6.1 Cardiorenal Syndrome Type 1 -- 10.6.2 Cardiorenal Syndrome Type 2 -- 10.6.3 Cardiorenal Syndrome Type 3 -- 10.6.4 Cardiorenal Syndrome Type 4 -- 10.6.5 Cardiorenal Syndrome Type 5 -- 10.7 Non-pharmacological Modulation of the Autonomic Cardiorenal Crosstalk in Heart Failure -- 10.7.1 Renal Denervation
  • 10.7.2 Vagal Nerve Stimulation -- 10.7.3 Carotid Baroreceptor Stimulation -- 10.7.4 Spinal Cord Stimulation -- 10.7.5 Developing Therapies -- Conclusion -- References -- 11: Vagal Stimulation in Heart Failure: An Anti-inflammatory Intervention? -- 11.1 Background Leading to Vagal Stimulation in Heart Failure -- 11.2 Experimental Studies on Vagal Stimulation -- 11.2.1 Arrhythmia Models -- 11.2.2 Ischaemia-Reperfusion Models -- 11.2.3 Heart Failure Models -- 11.3 Mechanism of Action of Vagal Stimulation -- 11.4 Inflammation in Heart Failure -- 11.5 Anti-cytokine Therapies -- 11.6 The Cholinergic Anti-inflammatory Pathway -- 11.7 Physiology of the Cholinergic Anti-inflammatory Pathway -- 11.8 Cholinergic Anti-inflammatory Pathway as Therapeutic Target -- 11.9 Cholinergic Anti-inflammatory Pathway and Inflammation in Heart Failure -- 11.10 Clinical Studies with Vagal Stimulation -- Conclusions -- References -- 12: Baroreflex Activation Therapy in Heart Failure -- 12.1 Background -- 12.2 The Baroreflex: A Primary Regulator of Cardiovascular Function -- 12.3 Baroreflex Activation Therapy (BAT) -- 12.4 Basic Science Supporting the Use of BAT in HF -- 12.4.1 Animal Studies -- 12.4.2 Human Studies -- 12.4.3 BAT and Blood Pressure in HF -- 12.5 Clinical Trials of BAT in HF -- 12.5.1 First-in-Man Experience with BAT in HFrEF -- 12.5.2 The Global Barostim HF Randomized Trial in HFrEF -- 12.5.3 BAT in HFpEF with Resistant Hypertension in the Rheos Pivotal Trial -- 12.6 Conclusions and Future Directions -- References -- 13: Renal Reflexes and Denervation in  Heart Failure -- 13.1 Functional Anatomy of the Renal Nerves -- 13.2 Interventions that Reduce Renal Sympathetic Activation in CHF -- 13.3 Afferent Renal Nerve Activation in CHF -- 13.3.1 Renal Denervation Technique -- 13.4 Evaluation of Renal Denervation in CHF Patients
  • 13.5 Heart Failure -- 13.6 Perspectives -- References -- 14: Back to the Future
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