The Coronary Care Manual has been designed as a practical manual for the management of the acute coronary patient, and aims to achieve a balance between the large and rapidly changing evidence base and practical application in the CCU, ICU, ED and ambulance.
The book has been written by a group of Australian and international experts for medical, nursing and paramedic staff working in these areas. This edition covers a broad range of coronary care medicine in enough detail to eliminate the need to refer to a larger reference book, providing a portable companion for a night "on call".
Completely redesigned with new artwork, the manual is organized to suit academics and practitioners alike.
• covers a broad range of coronary care medicine • provides specific advice on the management of common clinical problems • eliminates the need to refer to a larger reference book • features a consistent style and focus, with standardised artwork for figures • is now also available as an eBook! A code inside the Coronary Care Manual enables a full text download, allowing you to browse and search electronically, make notes and bookmarks in the electronic files and highlight material
By Peter Thompson, MD FRACP FACC MBA, Cardiologist (formerly Director of Coronary Care at SCGH); Director of Research Development SCGH; Clinical Professor of Medicine & Population Health, UWA
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