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Drugs in the Management of Heart Disease (Current Status of Clinical Cardiology) epub

by A. Breckenridge


Drugs in the Management of Heart Disease (Current Status of Clinical Cardiology) epub

ISBN: 0852007248

ISBN13: 978-0852007242

Author: A. Breckenridge

Category: Medical Books

Subcategory: Medicine

Language: English

Publisher: Springer; 1985 edition (November 30, 1984)

Pages: 240 pages

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Start by marking Drugs in the Management of Heart Disease as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In any textbook, basic scientific knowledge, and the art of clinical practice should be brought together in a rational manner and this volume on cardio- vascular therapy attempts to achieve this aim. It deals with five selected areas - hypertension, angina and coronary artery disease, heart failure and anticoa- gulant therapy.

disease management: current status. Giuseppe MC Rosano1,2. related to the degree of heart rate reduction with ivabradine. ventricular remodeling. 16 Also, a study17 showed that the.

Heart failure (HF) is a major public health concern affecting as many as 23 million people worldwide. There has been substantial progress in the management of HF with drugs. Furthermore, the hospitalisation rate and costs of care are enormous. The goals of treatment in patients with HF are to improve their clinical status, functional capacity and quality of life, prevent hospital admission and reduce mortality.

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Management of patients with congenital heart disease (CHD) and .

Management of patients with congenital heart disease (CHD) and infants and children with valve disease are not addressed here. The document recommends a combination of lifestyle modications and medications that constitute GDMT. Both for GDMT and other rec-ommended drug treatment regimens, the reader is advised to conrm dosages with product insert material and to carefully evaluate for contraindications and drug–drug in-teractions.

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In any textbook, basic scientific knowledge, and the art of clinical practice should be brought together in a rational manner and this volume on cardio­ vascular therapy attempts to achieve this aim. It deals with five selected areas - hypertension, angina and coronary artery disease, heart failure and anticoa­ gulant therapy. Clearly not all branches of cardiovascular therapeutics could be included; a separate section on anti-arrhythmic drugs is noticeably absent but it is proposed that this omission will be rectified in other volumes in the series. In general, textbooks on therapeutics tend to be ephemeral; as new discoveries are made and evaluated, medical practice changes. This volume then summarizes current opinion up to mid 1984 and gives, we believe, a reasoned account of present views. The contributors are all clinical pharma­ cologists with a wealth of clinical experience. The therapeutic advice given is well founded and the underlying scientific basis is clearly explained. The book is aimed at postgraduates, but should the undergraduate care to dip into it, we hope he will be informed and thereby educated. A. Breckenridge vii Series Editor's Note The last few decades have seen an explosion in our knowledge of cardiovas­ cular disease as a result of research in many disciplines. The tempo of research is ever increasing, so that it is becoming more and more difficult for one person to encompass the whole spectrum of the advances taking place on many fronts.