Interdisciplinary Concepts in Cardiovascular Health: Volume II: Secondary Risk Factors by Ichiro WakabayashiInterdisciplinary Concepts in Cardiovascular Health: Volume II: Secondary Risk Factors by Ichiro Wakabayashi

Interdisciplinary Concepts in Cardiovascular Health: Volume II: Secondary Risk Factors

byIchiro WakabayashiEditorKlaus Groschner

Hardcover | October 28, 2013

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This book provides an introduction to the principles of both cardiovascular epidemiology and molecular pathophysiology; as a unique aspect, it also outlines and discusses the molecular concepts underlying epidemiological observations. This second volume is focused on all aspects concerning "secondary risk factors" in terms of diseases associated with enhanced risk for cardiovascular events. The book promotes the use of interdisciplinary approaches in the field of preventive medicine based on recent advances in molecular and cellular pathophysiology. The book offers a valuable resource for researchers in basic biomedical fields and clinical scientists alike, as well as guidelines for novel avenues of research in both basic pathophysiology and cardiovascular therapy and prevention.
Prof. Dr. (MD, PhD) Ichiro Wakabayashi, Department of Environmental and Preventive Medicine, Hyogo College of Medicine, Japan Prof. Dr. Klaus Groschner, Associate Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pharmacology and Toxicology, University of Graz, Austria
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Title:Interdisciplinary Concepts in Cardiovascular Health: Volume II: Secondary Risk FactorsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:137 pagesPublished:October 28, 2013Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3319010492

ISBN - 13:9783319010496

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Hypertension and vascular dysfunction.- Obesity and diabetes.- Hyper- and dyslipoproteinemias.- Hyperuricemia.- Proteomics towards biomarkers discovery and risk assessment.