Sex bias or sex disparities among women with arrhythmias? / Jodie L. Hurwitz -- Women in clinical trials / Jeanne S. Poole -- Genetic and hereditary considerations for arrhythmias in women / Ohad Ziv and Elizabeth S. Kaufman -- Sex-specific electrophysiologic properties / Christine Tanaka-Esposito and Mina K. Chung -- Supraventricular arrhythmias / Cevher Ozcan and Anne B. Curtis -- Atrial fibrillation in women / Susan J. Eisenberg and Taya V. Glotzer -- Drug treatment in women / Katherine T. Murray -- Sudden cardiac death in women / Laura M. Gravelin and Rachel J. Lampert -- Implantable cardioverter-defibrillator therapy in women / Andrea M. Russo -- Pacing and cardiac resynchronization therapy in women / Judith A. Mackall and Yong-Mei Cha -- Syncope and pots: are women really faint of heart? / Celina M. Yong and Karen J. Friday -- The road to a successful women's heart clinic / Darcy H. Theisen and Bobbi L. Hoppe -- Taking a look around the world / Uma N. Srivatsa and Amparo C. Villablanca -- Pregnancy and arrhythmias / Lynda E. Rosenfeld -- Lead extraction in women / Ulrika M. Birgersdotter-Green and Margaret A. Lloyd.
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This title draws upon the experience of national leaders in the field of women's heart disease to address the unique aspects involved in the diagnosis and treatment of women with arrhythmias and implantable device therapy. Written by distinguished consultants in the Division of Cardiovascular Diseases of Mayo Clinic, this book provides a concise and up-to-date review of the diagnosis and treatment of atrial and ventricular arrhythmias in women.