Heart Failure: A Comprehensive Guide to Pathophysiology and Clinical Care | Hardcover
by Howard Eisen (Editor)
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1st ed. 2017st Edition
March 21, 2017
• Heart Failure A Comprehensive Guide to Pathophysiology and Clinical Care
Product Description This comprehensively covers everything from pathophysiology to the evaluation of patients presenting with heart failure to medical management, device therapy, heart transplantation and mechanical circulatory support, and include relevant cardiac imaging studies such as echocardiograms and magnetic resonance imaging studies which could be seen in their entirety as well as pathology slides, hemodynamic tracings and videos of cardiac surgery such as heart transplants and ventricular assist device implantation. Finally, the book would have videos of patients with heart failure, heart transplants or ventricular assist devices, describing their clinical presentation and experiences. It is structured so that it can be used as a guide by physicians studying for the general Cardiology or Advanced Heart Failure and Cardiac Transplantations Boards.
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