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Ventricular Assist Devices by Jeffrey Shuhaiber

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Ventricular Assist Devices
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789533071640
Number of pages: 212

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The assist devices will continue adding a large number of years of life to humans globally and empower the medical society to optimize heart failure therapy. While expensive and cumbersome task, the foundation provided in this book reflects a contemporary product of original research from a multitude of different experts in the field.

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