Aimed at doctors with a general interest in cardiology as well as specialists, 'Problem Solving in Cardiology' will appeal to a wide audience of physicians who routinely see patients with cardiovascular complications. 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, with an emphasis on pictorial learning including electrocardiograms, angiograms and algorithms for most cases. A key addition to the series, quick and easy to read, ideal for dipping in and out during busy clinical practice, 'Problem Solving in Cardiology' is a valuable up-to-date resource for effective therapeutic management.
- Over 40 clinical presentations covering the most common yet challenging cases seen by specialists - Pictorial emphasis with electrocardiograms, angiograms and algorithms - Excellent training resource and up-to-date referencing to present recent developments in diagnosis and management.
HS Lim, GYH Lip, Haemostasis Thrombosis & Vascular Biology Unit, University Department of Medicine, City Hospital, Birmingham, UK.
Specialists in cardiology and internal medicine ? General physicians ? Doctors in training
Part 1. Primary prevention.
Part 2. Coronary artery disease.
Part 3. Valvular heart disease.
Part 4. Cardiac arrhythmias.
Part 5. Cardiomyopathy and pericardial disease.
Part 6. Congenital heart disease.
Part 7. Pregnancy and heart disease.
Part 8. Cardiac emergencies and special cases.
Part 9. Cardiac disease and operative risk.