Advanced Cardiovascular Medicine

by Seth Ashok, Shrivastava Sameer, Kaul Upendra
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Author/Editor Seth Ashok, Shrivastava Sameer, Kaul Upendra
ISBN 9789351524373
Speciality Cardiology
DOI 10.5005/jp/books/12926
Edition 1/e
Publishing Year 2017
Pages 442
Book Type Professional
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The last 25 years have witnessed unprecedented scientific advancements in the field of cardiology. Every year, new drugs, new devices and new technologies continue to improve outcomes and prolong lives of our patients with heart disease. Every year, robust clinical trials influence our management of life-threatening cardiac conditions to save lives. To the extent that the way, we practice cardiology today, is distinctly superior and different from what we practiced even 3–5 years ago. This book “Advanced Cardiovascular Medicine” brings you the ‘up-to-date’ knowledge of the art and science of management of the most important cardiac conditions, we face in clinical practice. This book ensures that it covers a vast variety of relevant topics, which would be very useful to all physicians and cardiologists in their daily care of patients. Each chapter has been written by acknowledged international and national authorities in the field, who have ensured that their presentation of advanced science and technology is combined with their own vast experience of its applications to the Indian Clinical Scenario. This book comprises of total 43 chapters. Rheumatic fever, pulmonary hypertension, pulmonary embolism, sleep apnea and cardiovascular disease, syncope, hypertension, statin-induced myopathy, atrial fibrillation, drug management of arrhythmias, chest radiography and cardiovascular disease, ambulatory arrhythmia monitoring devices, stress echocardiography, nuclear imaging, optimal medical therapy, myocardial infarction, minimally invasive cardiac surgery, management of advanced heart failure, etc. are the important topics which are covered throughout this book.

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