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Essential Revision Notes for Cardiology KBA

ISBN: 9780199654901
ISBN: 9780199654901

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  • Mapped exactly to the core curriculum, acting as comprehensive preparation for the Cardiology KBA
  • Clear and immediately accessible layout allows easy access to information whilst revising
  • Reference to the latest guidelines ensures content is fully up to date
  • Edited by a senior cardiology trainee in conjunction with senior consultants, ensuring that the content is balanced and accessible

As the first revision text aimed specifically at the Knowledge-Based Assessment, Essential Revision Notes for Cardiology KBA is the cornerstone of your revision for this new and compulsory examination.

Each chapter exactly maps the core cardiology training curriculum, giving measurable assurance that you are getting the information you need to pass. Each chapter is written by a senior cardiology trainee in collaboration with a senior consultant who has expertise in that specific field, ensuring that the content is both authoritative and accessible. Drawing on the latest guidelines and documents, the concise, bullet-pointed layout allows easy access to and digestion of the key points youll need during revision. Numerous tables, boxes and figures make this the ideal accompaniment to retaining the large and varied amount of information needed to pass the examination.

Readership: Cardiology trainees (SPRs, ST3 – ST8, fellows, LATs & LASs), to support training and knowledge and to structure revision for the KBA. Cardiology consultants, to continue their professional development, help with teaching and refresh knowledge Junior doctors/ cardiac technicians/ nurses, as an easily accessibly reference text.


1: Chest Pain
2: Acute Coronary Syndromes and Myocardial Infarction
3: Heart Failure
4: Cardiomyopathy
5: Valvular Heart Disease
6: Syncope
7: SVT
8: Ventricular Tachycardia
9: Atrial Fibrillation
10: The Pericardium
11: Prevention
12: Hypertension
13: Lipids
14: Adult Congenital Heart Disease
15: Endocarditis
16: Aortic Disease
17: Cardiac Tumours
18: Cardiac Rehabilitation
19: Assessment of Patients with Cardiac Disease Prior to Non-Cardiac Surgery
20: Assessment of Patients with Cardiac Disease Prior to Cardiac Surgery
21: Management of Critically Ill and Hameodynamic
22: Pregnancy
23: Radiation Use and Safety
24: Community Cardiology
25: Pulmonary Hypertension
26: Genetics
27: Nuclear
28: MRI
29: CCT
30: Heart Rhythm
31: Invasive and Interventional Cardiology