Problem Solving in Hypertension will appeal to a wide audience of physicians who routinely see patients with hypertension in clinical practice. This book presents a selection of challenging cases seen in everyday practice, highlighting learning points and recent developments made in the field. Each case is concise and formatted simply, logically leading the reader through clinical presentations, a series questions/learning points, pertinent background information, recent developments and further reading. Quick and easy to read, ideal for dipping in and out during busy clinical practice, Problem Solving in Hypertension is a valuable up-to-date resource for effective strategies to manage primary and secondary hypertension.
Specialists in hypertension, cardiology and internal medicine ▪ GPs and family doctors ▪ Trainee doctors
- Over 40 clinical case-studies enable doctors to apply scientific knowledge to real-life
- Structured for point-of-care reference
- Enables the physician to confidently prescribe for the hypertensive patient
- Content provides database from which sections can be tailored to suit specific educational needs
- L Kennedy, Department of Medicine, James Cook University, Douglas, Australia.