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Cardiology and Cardiovascular System on the Move

Edited by David Dunleavy, Alexandra Marsh, Swati Gupta

Associate Editor: Kevin Channer

CRC Press – 2015 – 288 pages

Series: Medicine on the Move

Purchasing Options:

  • PKEB: $31.95
    978-1-44-417599-8
    August 25th 2015
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Description

This volume helps readers connect with the topics of cardiology and the underlying basic science of the cardiovascular system, to learn, understand and enjoy them, and to cement their knowledge in preparation for exams and future clinical practice. It provides flow charts, diagrams, and summary tables that makes the information easy to find. It accommodates all learning styles and levels and, whether studying the subject for the first time or revisiting it during exam preparation, the book gives students the support they need.

Contents

The ECG. Symptoms. Signs. Coronary Arteries. Heart Failure. Arrhythmia . Pericardium. Myocardium. Valves. Hypertension Aorta. Congenital. Investigations. Pharmacology. Self Assessment MCQs and EMQs.

Author Bio

David Dunleavy, Foundation Doctor, Sheffield, UK

Alexa Marsh, Medical Student, University of Sheffield, UK

Swati Gupta, Medical Student, University of Sheffield, UK

Editorial Advisor: Kevin Channer, general physician and cardiologist to the Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust; honorary clinical senior lecturer in medicine, University of Sheffield Medical School, Sheffield, UK; Professor Channer has a special interest in e-learning and has designed and run a national blended learning two year Diploma of Cardiovascular Medicine for General Practitioners with an interest in cardiology through Sheffield Hallam University, and and authored a new internet based ECG training scheme called ECGskills.net.

Related Subjects

  1. Cardiology
  2. Medicine

Name: Cardiology and Cardiovascular System on the Move (PKEB)CRC Press 
Description: Edited by David Dunleavy, Alexandra Marsh, Swati GuptaAssociate Editor: Kevin Channer. This volume helps readers connect with the topics of cardiology and the underlying basic science of the cardiovascular system, to learn, understand and enjoy them, and to cement their knowledge in preparation for exams and future clinical practice. It...
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