Assisted Circulation 3

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Felix Unger
Springer-Verlag, 1989 - Medical - 621 pages
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Assisted Circulation 3 is an authoritative review of the progress which has been achieved in the last 5 years since the appearance of Assisted Circulation 2 in 1984. The present book highlights the work of well-known experts on - new indications for assisted circulation, - cardiac assist devices as bridges toward transplantation, - temporary mechanical heart support, - results of long term studies into problems of tissue overgrowth, infection, and physiological regulation of cardiac devices, and - new results on cardiac transplantation and the new immunsuppresive regima. Assisted Circulation 3 is the latest product of an ongoing effort by the editors to keep readers abreast of recent advances in the field on a regular basis.

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Contents

The Present Status of Assisted Circulation Introduction
1
Precedents and Perspectives
15
Stagnation or Evolution
49
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