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Heart Failure Pocketcard Set | Cards

by Anita D. Szady (Author), Anthony A. Bavry (Author)


List Price: $10.95  


Binding:  Cards
Publisher:  Borm Bruckmeier Pub Llc
Edition:  1st Edition
Page Count:  6 Pages
Publication Date:  June 15, 2009
Sales Rank:  1655821st


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Product Description
The Heart Failure pocketcard Set contains a collection of important information on the pathophysiology, diagnosis and management of heart failure including: * Neurohormonal mechanisms of heart failure and common causes of nonischemic cardio myopathy * Heart failure staging information including stage-specific treatment guidelines * The correct assessment and treatment of acute decompensate heart failure * A PRIDE score- and BNP level-based algorithm for the management and triage of patients with suspected acute congestive heart failure * Instructions on the initial evaluation of patients with heart failure including history and physical and laboratory data information * AHA/ACC/HRS guidelines on cardiac defibrillation and resynchronization therapy * Pharmacologic therapy information including dosage tables for ACE inhibitors, ARBs, diuretics, inotropes, and other drugs commonly used in the management of heart failure

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