By Emile Daoud, Steven Kalbfleisch
A textual content and atlas precious to all cardiologists despite specialty
Over the prior decade, with the arrival of modalities comparable to MR, CT, and nuclear drugs, cardiology has turn into the most visible of all specialties, and this can be the 1st textual content to handle that truth. Color Atlas and Synopsis of Electrophysiology is a different mixture atlas and textual content that gives step by step administration counsel for sufferers present process electrophysiology reports, plus thousands of state of the art medical, diagnostic, and interventional photos that disguise the total spectrum of electrophysiology.
Color Atlas and Synopsis of Electrophysiology is mainly designed for busy clinicians who want concise sufferer administration directions and a accomplished selection of photographs in a constant find-it-now presentation. every one subject starts with a case situation that provides concerns a medical, real-world point of view and comprises proof scores from the mixed ACC/AHA guidelines.
- Both authors, Dr. Daoud and Dr. Kalbfleisch, have been incorporated on America’s most sensible medical professional list in 2009
- Companion DVD comprises the entire photographs present in the ebook
- Includes greater than 500 images
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Lee, MD Associate Professor of Medicine Director of the Electrophysiology Laboratories and Clinics Cardiac Electrophysiology Section, Division of Cardiology University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine San Francisco, California Yehoshua C. Levine, MD Clinical Fellow in Medicine, Harvard Medical School Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellow Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Boston, Massachusetts Han S. W. McDonnell, DO Medical College of Virginia Richmond, Virginia Thomas McGarry, MD Division of Cardiology, Cardiac Electrophysiology Program Sulpizio Family Cardiovascular Center University of California, San Diego La Jolla, California Greg Michaud, MD Director, Center for Advanced Management of Atrial Fibrillation Brigham and Women舗s Electrophysiology Division of Cardiology Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School Boston, Massachusetts Agnieszka Mochon, MD Fellow, Cardiovascular Diseases Lankenau Heart Institute Wynnewood, Pennsylvania Sanghamitra Mohanty, MD Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia Institute St.
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