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The Human Heart: A Basic Guide to Heart Disease

Posted on: October 1, 2007

The Human Heart: A Basic Guide to Heart Disease by Brendan Phibbs
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (2007-01-01) | ISBN: 0781767776 | 240 pages | 15 MB | CHM


Book Description:
This basic text on the heart and heart diseases is geared to everyone on the cardiovascular care team, including emergency personnel, interns, residents, nurses, patients, and families. The thoroughly updated Second Edition describes current technologies for noninvasive diagnosis and treatment of coronary and vascular disease. Coverage includes a complete description of echocardiographic stress testing and new information on implanted defibrillators, indications for coronary arteriography, new drugs for heart failure, new cardiac resuscitation procedures, and use of ventricular synchronizing pacemakers. Also included are discussions of recently discovered lethal entities such as Brugada’s syndrome, short QT syndrome, and the arrhythmogenic ventricle.

Date: 1999-04-12 Rating: 5
Review:

A Must Read for New Cardiac Care Professionals

I had an opportunity to purchase and read Dr. Phibbs’ latest text, “The Human Heart: A Basic Guide to Heart Disease,” about a year ago. I was impressed with the breadth of the commentary and the organization of the material. I work in the pharmaceutical industry and I read many technical and instructive materials. Dr. Phibbs’ explanations and diagrams were pristine and useful and had helped me to broaden my cardiovascular vocabulary to discuss cardiac complications more clearly. I have recommended this book to others in the industry.

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