Hurst's The Heart, Volume 2
McGraw-Hill Medical Publishing Division, 2001 - Cardiovascular system - 2660 pages
Provides the reader with a practical approach to the treatment of patients with cardioavascular disease.
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GENERAL EVALUATION OF THE PATIENT
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