Understanding Heart Disease

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Understanding Heart Disease

Publisher: University of California Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0520065603
ISBN-13: 9780520065604
Number of pages: 325

Written in clear, accessible language, this book presents an authoritative and balanced picture of how heart diseases are recognized and managed. From his many years of experience, Dr. Selzer believes a well-informed patient can cooperate more successfully with a physician, and his book includes information vital to anyone confronting heart problems and cardiac emergencies.

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