Heart Failure: A Companion to Braunwald's Heart Disease, Volume 436

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Saunders, 2004 - Medical - 812 pages
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World experts in the field offer a focused, clinical approach to heart failure as both a cause and a result of related cardiovascular problems making this an excellent single volume buy. All aspects of this problem are addressed -from its molecular mechanisms through assessment to treatment, including drug therapy, implantable devices, and emerging strategies.

  • Presents detailed, clinically oriented chapters on the management of heart failure patients, from simple to complex.
  • Includes an extensive section on sleep disorders and the management of this chronic problem.
  • Discusses the development and implementation of heart failure guidelines.
  • Details the causes of heart failure as a result of other medical problems.
  • Discusses in detail, how heart failure affects all of the body's systems and organs.
  • Molecular to patient coverage.
  • Detailed discussion of a common related problem, Congestive Heart Failure (CHF).

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