Handbook for Clinicians

By: Elias Hanna, Roberto Quintal, Neeraj Jain

Publication date: October 2013
Print ISBN: 9780982292112
eBook ISBN: 9780982292181


An outstanding addition to the library of the busy clinician, fellow, resident or medical student.

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This compact but comprehensive handbook covers all aspects of cardiovascular medicine. Containing over 300 EKGs, figures, flowcharts and tables with complete references for advanced reading, this book will prove a great resource to all those treating cardiac disorders.

Pages: 576
Publisher: Scrub Hill Press
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Elias Hanna, Roberto Quintal, Neeraj Jain

Books: Cardiology

D. Luke Glancy New Orleans

Elias Hanna has written a book that is remarkable in several ways: First, it is a single- authored text, which is a rarity in the 21st century for a work covering a field as broad as cardiology. Second, true to its title, Cardiology: Handbook for Clinicians provides quick reference to various topics yet covers each in a thorough manner. This makes it user friendly in our world of rapidly expanding knowledge and seemingly shrinking time. Third, the book is an appropriate reference for persons in various stages of learning, from the medical student to the practicing cardiologist a range of interest much desired by authors and publishers, but rarely achieved. The American College of Cardiology and American Heart Association guidelines for the management of different cardiac conditions have unequivocally improved outcomes and have an appropriately prominent place in Cardiology: Handbook for Clinicians. Electrocardiography also occupies a conspicuous position in the text by dint of its noninvasive, inexpensive, diagnostic capabilities that have made it arguably the most important portion of the cardiovascular boardexamination. Elias Hanna has an exceptional grasp of cardiovascular disease, and, with the editorial aid of two of his colleagues in the Section of Cardiology of the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans, he has given us Cardiology: Handbook for Clinicians, packed with easy-to-understand diagnostic and therapeutic information.