Hypertension: A Clinician´s Guide to Diagnosis and Treatment
Vydavateľstvo: Hanley & Belfus
Rok vydania: 1999
Nárok na dopravu zdarma
This book was written for the busy clinician. It was designed to serve as a quick and up-to-date reference for physicians who evaluate and treat patients with essential and secondary hypertension. In fact, new information is included up until the very week the book goes to press. The new manuscript was initially developed by one of the authors (BIS) to answer questions po sed by clinicians at various symposia and lectures. With the aid of the coauthor, it subsequently grew into a book designed to meet the needs of clinicians who do not have time to look up specific clinical questions related to hypertension in encyclopedic textbooks.
This newedition incorporates all the recent advances in the treatment of hypertension in an accessible, quick and easy reference Numerous tables and appendices provide valu able current information on diagnosis, treatment options, medications, dosages, side effects, and more. The text also provides recent references for detailed information about specific topics. We trust you will find this approach useful and we1come suggestions from readers for the next edition.