Illustrated Field Guide to Congenital Heart Disease and Repair - Pocket Sized | Spiral-bound
by Allen D. Everett (Author), D. Scott, M.D. Lim (Author), Paul Burns (Illustrator), Jasper Burns (Illustrator), Marcia L. Buck (Illustrator), Jane E., M.D. Crosson (Illustrator)
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Scientific Software Solutions Inc
April 01, 2011
• Every chapter is full of colorful, easy-to-read diagrams and images that clearly illustrate different aspects of congenital heart disease. • The 3rd Edition now includes 2 new chapters, along with updates to each original chapter. Hundreds of images have been added, with a new and more realistic art style. • All of the information, illustrations, and images has been edited and approved by some of the world's leading pediatric cardiologists. • Handy wire binding allows both the pocket-sized and large format books to lie flat when open. • Every Field Guide has a durable, waterproof laminated cover.
Product Description An indispensable portable teaching tool - it has changed the way congenital heart disease is taught.
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