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This unique book will help psychiatrists to understand better the risks of cardiovascular illness and cardiologists to appreciate possible pathophysiological links with psychiatric conditions.Β  It describes the common psychiatric conditions, their key features and how they may influence cardiovascular disease, outcomes, and quality of life. It also considers the cardiovascular complications that may arise as a result of mental illness.Β 

In an exciting, collaborative approach, psychiatrists and cardiologists combine their expertise throughout the book to provide guidance on the best way to manage such patients, considering the patient as a whole, not the individual conditions.Content:
Chapter 1 The Interaction Between Psychologic Distress and Biobehavioral Processes in Cardiovascular Disease (pages 1–17): Willem J. Kop and John S. Gottdiener
Chapter 2 Depression and Cardiovascular Diseases (pages 18–33): Kevin B. Kerber and Melvyn Rubenfire
Chapter 3 Depression, Anxiety, Anger, and Heart Failure (pages 34–48): Oliver G. Cameron, Daniel Ehrmann and Bertram Pitt
Chapter 4 Cardiac Surgery (pages 49–61): Rima Styra, Christopher M. Feindel and Marion E. McRae
Chapter 5 Cardiac Transplantation and Left Ventricular Assist Devices: Pre?Assessment and Post?Management (pages 62–76): Rachel Lipson Glic, David Bradley S. Dyke, Moira Kessler and Dayna J. LePlatte
Chapter 6 Psychiatric Aspects of Sudden Cardiac Arrest and Implantable Cardioverter?Defibrillators (pages 77–87): Divy Ravindranath and Frank Pelosi
Chapter 7 Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension: Psychosocial Implications and Treatment (pages 88–98): John M. Wryobeck and Melvyn Rubenfire
Chapter 8 Distinguishing Cardiac from Psychologic Somatic Symptoms (pages 99–105): Nicholas D. Giardino and Michael J. Shea
Chapter 9 Hypertrophic Cardiomopathy (pages 106–115): Moira Kessler, Sara Saberi, Sharlene Day, Tamara Gay, Linda Baty and C. Edward Deneke
Chapter 10 Bipolar Disorder and Reducing Risk for Cardiovascular Disease (pages 116–134): Amy M. Kilbourne and David E. Goodrich
Chapter 11 Sleep and Cardiovascular Disease (pages 135–152): Sanjaya Gupta and Todd Arnedt
Chapter 12 Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Heart Disease (pages 153–164): Leonard A. Doerfler and John A. Paraskos
Chapter 13 Cardiovascular Manifestations of Panic and Anxiety (pages 166–175): Steven M. Schwartz, Oliver G. Cameron and Melvyn Rubenfire
Chapter 14 Genetic Susceptibility and the Relationship between Cardiovascular Disease, Immunology, and Psychiatric Illness (pages 176–193): Sandra Villafuerte, Melvyn Rubenfire and Ziad Kronfol
Chapter 15 Psychological Symptoms Associated with Cardiovascular Drugs; Cardiac Symptoms from Psychiatric Drugs; Drug Interactions (pages 194–210): Steven R. Erickson, Jolene R. Bostwick and Sally K. Guthrie
Chapter 16 Exercise and Depression (pages 211–222): Barry A. Franklin, Justin E. Trivax and Thomas E. Vanhecke
Chapter 17 Psychosocial Interventions: Meditation (pages 223–231): Sandra M. Finkel and Elizabeth A. Jackson
Chapter 18 Smoking Cessation and Substance Use Modification in Cardiovascular Disease (pages 232–240): Gregory W. Dalack and Elizabeth A. Jackson

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  • Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9780470685808,9780470975138

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