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Churchill's In Clinical Practice Series: Acute Coronary Syndromes
Richard Katz, MD, FACC and Henry Purcell, MB, PhD
This title, which contains contributions from Europe in addition to the USA and Canada, distills and organizes the maze of clinical data on the diagnosis, risk stratification, treatment, and prevention of acute coronary syndromes. The book discusses pragmatically how to treat NSTEMI and STEMI, looking at some of the oldest drugs available, such as aspirin, through to the new thrombin inhibitors, lytics and such like. The book flags up many of the developments in the fields of inflammation, infection, reversal of endothelial dysfunction, thrombolysis versus primary angioplasty and so forth, and presents the evidence to support the rapidly evolving guidelines.
Unique design, comprising novel 3D effect artworks
‘Pull-out quotes' included in the margin to provide a novel means of highlighting key information
Includes management algorithms to provide quick reference treatment pathways
Includes Clinical Cases highlighting key issues in the main text
Credible evidence-based sources - when possible, evidence base for practice by reference to primary research or international guidelines
Bullet lists and short tables for clear presentation of key information
Website addresses and other useful contact details
By Richard Katz, MD, FACC, Professor of Medicine, Director of Division of Cardiology, The George Washington University School of Medicine, Washington DC, USA; and Henry Purcell, MB, PhD, Senior Fellow in Cardiology, Royal Brompton Hospital, London, UK
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