Basics of Heart Failure: A Problem Solving Approach

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Springer US, Apr 30, 2000 - Medical - 306 pages
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Each year over 400,000 people have a new onset of heart failure in the United States, adding to a current patient population of over 4.8 million Americans. Basics of Heart Failure takes a problem-solving approach to examining heart failure and to providing the reader with an up-to-date account of our knowledge in this area. Chapters on the diagnosis and therapy of heart failure emphasize data from recent multicenter trials.

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Brian E. Jaski, M.D., a graduate of MIT and Harvard Medical School, is the Medical Director of the Advanced Heart Failure and Cardiac Transplant Programs at Sharp Memorial Hospital and an Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Diego. He has practised cardiology for over 15 years. Actively involved in clinical research, Dr. Jaski has regularly published in medical-scientific journals.

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