Molecular Mechanism of Congenital Heart Disease and Pulmonary Hypertension

Molecular Mechanism of Congenital Heart Disease and Pulmonary Hypertension-1

Toshio Nakanishi • H. Scott Baldwin Jeffrey R. Fineman • Hiroyuki Yamagishi Editors 2020 How does the advance in science happen? Is it a sudden phenomenon like an unexpected illumination or a result of collective addition of many small facts? This book is based on the 8th Takao International Symposium on Molecular Mechanism of Cardiopulmonary Disease—New Insight into […]

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Understanding Atrial Fibrillation

Understanding Atrial Fibrillation-1

Peter Spector 2020 Why do we need another book about atrial  fibrillation?Despite the numerous good books available on the topic, there are several reasons I think it is worthwhile writing yet another book about atrial fibrillation (AF). Fibrillation involves elegant physiology that is not widely taught or understood, and as a result there are widespread misconceptions or illconceived beliefs […]

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The ECG Made Easy

The ECG Made Easy-1

John R. Hampton 2013 The ECG Made Easy was first published in 1973, and well over half a million copies of the first seven editions have been sold. The book has been translated into German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Polish, Czech, Indonesian, Japanese, Russian and Turkish, and into two Chinese languages. The aims of this edition are the same as before: […]

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Learn ECG in a Day

Learn ECG in a Day -1

Sajjan M 2013 Present-day cardiology is undergoing immense advancements. ECG still remains the key stone in the clinical management of various cardiovascular and metabolic disorders. Currently, interpreting ECG for medicos is a difficult task. So my efforts into this book endeavor to equip them to interpret ECG confidently and independently. My experience with trying to understand ECG as an undergraduate […]

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Heart Failure

Heart Failure Bench to Bedside-1

José Marín-García 2010 Heart Failure (HF), an endemic problem of great magnitude in the world, is essentially the final and common pathway of cardiovascular diseases that result in cardiac systolic and/or diastolic dysfunction. Common underlying disorders in HF include cardiomyopathy, primary or acquired from previous myocardial infarctions, chronic myocardial ischemia, hypertension, diabetes, valvular defects, dysrhythmias, and congenital heart defects.

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Cardiovascular physiology

CardioVascular Physiology-1

David E. Mohrman, Lois Jane Heller 2018 In this our final edition as primary authors of this text, we have continued our penchant of focusing on the big picture of how and why the cardiovascular system operates as it does. Our firm belief is that to evaluate the importance and consequences of specific details it is essential to appreciate […]

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Clinical Atlas of Cardiac and Aortic CT and MRI

Clinical Atlas of Cardiac-1

Patricia M. Carrascosa · Carlos M. Capuñay Alejandro Deviggiano Gastón A. Rodríguez-Granillo Editors 2019 In the past few decades, cardiac CT and MRI have rapidly shifted from appealing research tools, to adjuvant diagnostic strategies, and ultimately to a fundamental role in a wide range of ischemic and nonischemic diseases. In parallel, structural heart disease, closely related to […]

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L’inertie clinique

Linertie clinique-1

Gérard Reach 2013 Une critique de la raison médicale Il n’est pas surprenant qu’un diabétologue d’expérience, auteur d’un livre de réflexion sur l’observance, se tourne vers un spécialiste de l’hypertension artérielle pour rédiger une introduction sur ce qu’est l’inertie médicale. À la fois maladies et facteurs de risque cardiovasculaire, l’hypertension artérielle et le diabète de type 2 vivent en concubinage […]

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