ABOUT THIS BOOK
- A succinct and up to date review of diagnosis and management guidelines
- Accessible to providers of various levels - medical students, nurses, mid-level providers, residents, fellows, primary care physicians and various subspecialists
- A comprehensive review for non cardiologists, but also a reference guide for trainees
An ever growing population of patients are affected by cardiac disease. Most of these diseases are chronic in nature and require long term outpatient follow up. Subsequently, outpatient providers are finding themselves responsible for an increasing number of patients with cardiovascular issues. Appropriate diagnosis and management of cardiac disease is essential to providing high quality care in an efficient manner. There is a wide spectrum of providers involved in the care of these patients, many of which are not cardiologists.
The Manual of Outpatient Cardiology is written in a practical, didactic format designed to deliver point-of-care information to practitioners of cardiology and assist non-cardiologists with the efficient management of cardiac disease. Highly illustrated with schematics and useful clinical figures, this book is an essential reference to all outpatient cardiology procedures
Content Level » Professional/practitioner
Related subjects » Medicine