Landmark Papers in Cardiovascular Medicine by Aung MyatLandmark Papers in Cardiovascular Medicine by Aung Myat

Landmark Papers in Cardiovascular Medicine

EditorAung Myat, Tony Gerschlick

Hardcover | November 30, 2012

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Landmark Papers in Cardiology provides a detailed summary of the most important trials and studies in cardiology, which have paved the way for breakthroughs in the clinical management of the entire spectrum of cardiovascular disease. Each chapter is written by a prominent internationalcardiologist in that particular field, making this book essential reading for all cardiologists and cardiovascular trainees. The text enables all cardiology trainees to apply evidence-based medicine to real-world clinical scenarios and the management of patients in everyday practice. It can also be used as a revision aid for trainees preparing for in-training assessments and exit exams. For established cardiologists andother allied healthcare professionals with an interest in cardiovascular medicine, this book will act as an easily accessible reference text and a benchmark guide to the clinical trials and developments in basic science and clinical cardiology, from which current patient management strategies havebeen derived.
Dr Aung Myat is currently a BHF Clinical Research Training Fellow in Coronary Physiology working in The Rayne Institute at St Thomas' Hospital, King's College London. He is a Specialist Registrar in the West Midlands Deanery Cardiology Training Programme but has taken time out of formal training to undertake a postgraduate PhD degree. ...
Title:Landmark Papers in Cardiovascular MedicineFormat:HardcoverDimensions:384 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0 inPublished:November 30, 2012Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0199594767

ISBN - 13:9780199594764


Table of Contents

1: Coronary Heart Disease1. Dr Kim Smolderen, Dr Amit Amin, Dr Suzanne Arnold, Dr Donna Buchanan, Dr Paul Chan, Dr David Cohen, Dr Mikhail Kosiborod, Dr Nestor Mercado, Dr Adam Salisbury, Dr Lakshmi Venkitachalam and Professor John Spertus: Epidemiology, Outcomes and Quality of Care2. Dr Adie Viljoen and Dr Anthony Wierzbicki: Lipids and Cardiovascular Disease3. Dr Kalpa De Silva and Dr Divaka Perera: Physiology of Myocardial Ischaemia4. Dr Paul Gurbel, Dr Dean Kereiakes and Dr Udaya Tantry: Thrombosis, Haemostasis and Platelet Biology5. Dr William Moody and Professor Bernard Gersh: Medical versus Invasive Management of Coronary Heart Disease6. Dr Nalyaka Sambu and Professor Nicholas Curzen: Percutaneous Coronary Intervention7. Dr Richard Varcoe and Dr Robert Henderson: Percutaneous Coronary Intervention versus Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Surgery2. Cardiac Electrophysiology and Heart Rhythm Disturbances8. Dr Fu Siong Ng and Professor Nicholas Peters: Epidemiology and Molecular Foundation9. Dr Luke Tapp and Professor Gregory YH Lip: Atrial Fibrillation10. Dr James Harrison, Dr Nick Linton, Dr Matthew Wright and Dr Mark O'Neill: Percutaneous Intervention11. Dr Boon Lim and Dr Pier Lambiase: Anti-Arrhythmic Drug Therapy3. Heart Failure12. Dr Kaushik Guha and Professor Theresa McDonagh: Epidemiology13. Dr Jamal Khan, Dr Tania Pawade and Professor John Cleland: Medical Management14. Dr Ricardo Petraco, Dr Larry Mulligan and Dr Francisco Leyva: Cardiac Resynchronisation Therapy15. Dr Julian Ormerod and Professor Michael Frenneaux: Non-Ischaemic Cardiomyopathy16. Dr William Davies and Dr Jayan Parameshwar: Cardiac Failure and Transplantation4. Hypertension17. Dr Kaleab Asrress and Professor Bryan Williams: Systemic Arterial Hypertension18. Dr Christopher Valerio and Dr Gerry Coghlan: Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension5. Valvular Heart Disease19. Dr Hasan Jilaihawi, Dr Natalia Briceno, Dr Joerg Seeburger and Professor Friedrich Mohr: Epidemiology and Intervention20. Dr James Harrison and Dr Bernard Prendergast: Endocarditis6. Cardiac Imaging21. Dr Christopher Steadman and Professor Mark Monaghan: Echocardiography22. Dr Manish Motwani, Dr Roy Jogiya and Dr Sven Plein: Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance23. Dr Srikanth Iyengar and Professor Carl Roobottom i: Cardiac Computed Tomography7. Congential Heart Disease24. Dr Alexander Opotowsky, Dr Angela Yetman and Professor Gary Webb: Congenital Heart Disease8. Obstetric Cardiology25. Dr John Fryearson and Dr Dawn Adamson: Obstetric Cardiology9. Cardiac Rehabilitation26. Dr Randal Thomas, Dr Aung Myat, Dr Tushar Kotecha and Dr Ray Squires: Cardiac Rehabilitation