Heart Failure: An Incredibly Easy! Miniguide | Paperback
by Springhouse (Editor)
January 15, 2000
Product Description Witty explanations and amusing illustrations — along with authoritative advice — allow nurses and other health care professionals to quickly sharpen their skills the Incredibly Easy! way. Features an eight-page, color guide to pathophysiology. Contents include understanding heart failure, preventing heart failure, assessing patients with heart failure, treating patients with heart failure, heart failure complications, and teaching patients with heart failure.
This take-anywhere guide uses trademark Incredibly Easy! checklists, cartoons, summaries of key points, quick quizzes, and an eight-page color guide to pathophysiology to create the Incredibly Easy! learning style nurses love. Contents include understanding coronary artery disease, preventing coronary artery disease, assessing patients with coronary artery disease, treating patients with coronary artery disease, coronary artery disease complications, and teaching patients with coronary artery...
An integrated minireview of drug therapy used for congestive heart failure (CHF), illustrated with visually appealing tables and diagrams. Updated with the latest heart failure management guidelines and new drugs like If inhibitor Ivabradine. A quick visual aid for the course study and board review
Clinical practice consensus guidelines for management of heart failure are available from the American Heart Association/American College of Cardiology, Heart Failure Society of America, Canadian Cardiovascular Society, and European Society of Cardiology. The guidelines from these organizations, based on evidence from clinical trials and expert agreement, are largely concordant and provide useful information for practitioners. Yet, the organization of the guidelines may confound efforts by a...
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