372 books (19 pages) in this category
by Hugh D. Allen
<p>The 9th edition of the gold standard in pediatric cardiology offers up-to-date, comprehensive coverage of this challenging and rapidly changing field. New chapters based on reader requests, two new associate editors, new contributing authors,eBook
<p>This book contains memories and accounts of her deep involvement in the field of cardiology and her philosophy about medicine in general. Through the book, she inspires not just women but all those who aspire to know the subject of CardiologyeBook
by Shimizu, Tatsuya
<P>Regenerative therapy has rapidly developed as one of the most promising treatments for patients suffering from severe heart failure. Autologous bone marrow-derived cells and cardiac stem cells have been clinically applied for cell injection ...eBook
by Hunter, Ross J.
<P>The nanosciences are a rapidly expanding field of research with applicability to all areas of health and disease prevention, including cardiology in its broadest sense. This book covers a variety of nano subjects and areas as applied to the ...eBook
by Boiselle, Phillip M.
<P><STRONG>New Techniques in Cardiothoracic Imaging</STRONG> emphasizes emerging methods in computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, positron-emission tomography, and similar technology. Effective use of these tools can facilitate the ...eBook
by Freedman, Jane E.
<P>As the number of patients with thrombosis and thrombolysis increases, there is a critical need for clinicians to learn the latest scientific discoveries and treatment options. This timely <STRONG><EM>Third Edition</EM></STRONG> is a ...eBook
by Wael A. Jaber & Manuel D. Cerqueira
<p>In this second edition of Nuclear Cardiology Review: A Self-Assessment Tool, physicians at the renowned Cleveland Clinical offer a Q & A style approach to preparing for the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology’s Certification Board of ...eBook
by George A. Bray, Patty W. Siri-Tarino, Ronald M. Krauss & others
<p>Nutrition plays a key role in prevention of cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of death worldwide. Diet influences a broad spectrum of cardiometabolic risk factors, notably a cluster including excess adiposity, dyslipidemia, impaired ...eBook
by Lin, Pao-Hwa
<P>Even though enormous advancements have been made in identifying evidence-based lifestyle strategies for hypertension prevention and management, little progress has been made in implementing these proven strategies. <STRONG>Nutrition, ...eBook
by Sinatra, Stephen T.
<P>Despite 40 years of aggressive pharmaceutical and surgical interventions, coronary artery disease (CAD) remains the number one killer of women and men in Western civilization. When it comes to CAD, prevention is easier than cure, and if CAD ...eBook
by Mario Mancini, Gabrielle Riccardi, Paolo Rubba & others
<p>Extraordinary advances in the understanding of the links between nutrition, metabolism, and cardiovascular disease have prompted a systematic reappraisal of knowledge in the field. As a result, it is now imperative that clinicians who care ...eBook
by Robinson, Malcolm K
Although cardiovascular disease remains the leading proximate cause of death in the United States, it is now estimated that obesity may be equivalent to smoking as the leading cause of preventable death in America. In light of these statistics,eBook
by A. Lurie & Lurie
<p>This book aims to provide a comprehensive and clear review of the current knowledge of the relationship between obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and cardiovascular and metabolic diseases, a subject of concern to a wide range of specialists and ...eBook
by Hiram G. Bezerra, Guilherme F. Attizzani & Marco A. Costa
<p>This book, written by premier authors in the field of OCT intravascular imaging, covers the best practices for using OCT to provide high resolution cross-sectional viewing for atherosclerotic plaque assessment, stent strut coverage and ...eBook
by Aggarwal, Rishi
The One Stop Doc books have been designed by medical students for medical students to consolidate their knowledge, subject by subject and system by system. For each area studied there are only so many questions an examiner can ask; they are ...eBook
by Kenneth Kee
<p>This book describes Pacemaker Syndrome, Diagnosis and Treatment and Related Diseases<br /> Pacemaker syndrome is a group of symptoms related to the loss of AV synchrony (i.e. the atria contract at the same time as paced ventricular ...eBook
by Al-Ahmad, Amin
Provides electrophysiologists, fellows, nurses, and cardiovascular technicians involved in the management of cardiac device patients detailed information about the many device algorithms and interactions. ...eBook
by Kenneth Kee
<p>Palpitations are medical symptoms of feelings that the heart is beating irregularly or pounding too hard or too fast.</p><p>These sensations can also be felt in the chest, throat, or neck.</p><p>Palpitations can happen during physical ...eBook
by McManus, Linda M.
<p><i>Pathobiology of Human Disease</i> bridges traditional morphologic and clinical pathology, molecular pathology, and the underlying basic science fields of cell biology, genetics, and molecular biology, which have opened up a new era of ...eBook
An Integrative Approach
by Franklin B. Saksena
<p>Test your knowledge or prepare for Boards with this collection of unusual and challenging patient studies focused on detecting valvular, congenital or vascular disease.</p> <ul> <li>Contains over 90 case histories with self-test questions ...eBook