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Yale University School of Medicine Heart Book

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Yale University School of Medicine Heart Book
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Publisher: William Morrow & Co
ISBN/ASIN: 0688097197
ISBN-13: 9780688097196
Number of pages: 432

Description:
Zaret, Moser and Cohen, in one of the most comprehensive looks yet taken at cardiovascular health, leave no stone unturned in their quest to educate the public in this user-friendly, browsable volume. Here one finds easy-to-understand descriptions of heart disease and other cardiovascular maladies--heart attacks, hypertension, strokes, cardiac arrhythmias, rheumatic heart disease. In addition to explanations of the various tests and procedures for evaluating and monitoring cardiovascular conditions, tables detail what the most commonly prescribed drugs can and cannot do.

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