Cardiology: An Illustrated Textbook is the latest edition of this comprehensive
two volume textbook, including revised chapters with the latest advances in
the field of cardiology. This edition is edited by professors from the Carver
College of Medicine, Iowa, and the University of California, San Francisco.
This book is comprised of 120 chapters across fifteen sections. The first four sections cover basic cardiology, cardiovascular pharmacology, diagnosis, and electrophysiology. Subsequent sections cover groups of diseases and conditions, including vascular diseases, heart failure, myocardial and pericardial diseases, coronary heart diseases, valvular heart diseases, congenital heart disease, and secondary disorders of the heart. Each section incorporates new advances and step-by-step diagnosis and treatment.
The closing sections of the book cover current issues in cardiology, preventive strategies for various cardiac diseases, and a final section on ‘evolving concepts’, bringing this edition firmly up to date. Cardiology: An Illustrated Textbook is enhanced by 1600 full colour images and illustrations, many new to this edition, and an accompanying DVD.
- Latest edition of comprehensive two volume textbook
- Previous edition published 2013 (9789350252758)
- 1600 full colour images and illustrations
Barry London MD PhD
Potter Lambert Chair in Internal Medicine, Director, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, Co-Director, Cardiovascular Research Centre, Professor of Internal Medicine–Cardiovascular Medicine, University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, Iowa, USA
Richard E Kerber
Professor of Medicine, The Carver College of Medicine, University of Iowa, USA
Professor, Departments of Internal medicine and
Molecular Physiology and Biophysics, Head, Department of Internal Medicine, Francois M Abboud Chair in Internal Medicine, The Carver College of Medicine, University of Iowa, USA
Clinical Professor of Medicine, The Carver College of Medicine, University of Iowa, United States of America, Emeritus Professor of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, USA