Cardiac Catheterization: Methods, Diagnosis, and Therapy
Kirk L. Peterson, Pascal Nicod
Saunders, 1997 - Medical - 643 pages
A comprehensive text authored by leading authorities in cardiac catheterization and angiography. Covers both the traditional diagnostic methods and the rapidly expanding diagnostic and therapeutic techniques developed over the past decade. Emphasizes modern techniques * contemporary methods * description of cardiac and pulmonary physiology * more.
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