Heart Failure: A Companion to Braunwald's Heart Disease E-book, 2nd Edition
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Dr. Douglas L. Mann, one of the foremost experts in the field, presents the 2nd Edition of Heart Failure: A Companion to Braunwald's Heart Disease. This completely reworked edition covers the scientific and clinical guidance you need to effectively manage your patients and captures the dramatic advances made in the field over the last five years. Now in full color, this edition features eleven new chapters, including advanced cardiac imaging techniques, use of biomarkers, cell-based therapies and tissue engineering, device therapies, and much more.
New to This Edition
- Stay current with the latest developments concerning cardiac imaging, use of biomarkers in patient evaluation, device therapy, heart failure in special populations, disease prevention, preserved ejection fraction, cell-based therapy and tissue engineering, managing heart failure with malignancy, cognitive impairment, and much more.
- Confidently treat the whole patient by recognizing the many types of heart failure and how they affect all of the systems and organs in the body.
- Overcome your most difficult cases with the expert guidance of worldwide contributors in cardiology.
- Enhance your review of scientific, diagnostic, and therapeutic concepts with a new, full-color design format.
- Incorporates an enhanced emphasis on surgical outcomes to mirror the growing importance of this topic.
- Delivers new chapters on "Surgical Patient Safety" and "Regenerative Medicine."
By Douglas L. Mann, MD, FACC, Professor of Medicine and Gordon Cain Chair, Section of Cardiology, Director, Winters Center for Heart Failure Research, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX