Eugene Braunwald, Lee Goldman (MD.)
Saunders, 2003 - Medical - 721 pages
This authoritative, practical, and user-friendly presentation helps the non-specialist meet the health care system's evolving need for the management of heart disease by primary care providers. Useful diagrams, flow charts, and algorithms guide the diagnosis, treatment of presenting complaints, and established conditions typical to primary care. This new edition has been completely updated, with special attention paid to the inclusion of evidence-based summaries.
The busier you are, the more you'll appreciate this resource! Leading experts in cardiology and primary care deliver just the right level of detail to help you diagnose, manage, and prevent heart disease...and refer to a specialist when appropriate. - MS 09/2003
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