By Jayanthi N. Koneru MD, Lance W. Weathers MD, Michael Lesch MD (auth.), Mun K. Hong MD, Eyal Herzog MD, FACC (eds.)
Acute coronary syndrome (ACS) impacts hundreds of thousands of sufferers each year and calls for speedy prognosis and remedy. severely, given the getting older worldwide inhabitants, ACS is decided to develop into a fair higher clinical challenge, not just for the emergency room and cardiology physicians, yet for all experts treating the older inhabitants vulnerable to ACS. Advances within the remedy of ACS can justifiably be one in every of the good achievements of recent medication. The evolution of therapy techniques represents a amazing fulfillment, yet there's an pressing have to train these experts treating the high-risk inhabitants. This useful algorithm-based guide addresses the prognosis and remedy of those sufferers and is designed for the clinical group of workers fascinated about the triage and administration of ACS patients.
Acute Coronary Syndrome: Multidisciplinary and Pathway-Based Approach bargains scientific counsel to all trainees and non-medical experts and gives a framework for more matured employees to regulate ACS sufferers successfully. The authors have compiled a wealth of clinically helpful instruments and data drawn from their adventure at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt medical institution middle in long island, making this booklet a accomplished evidence-based source that enables readers to extend their wisdom and allows fast prognosis and remedy of sufferers with ACS.
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Acute Coronary Syndrome: Multidisciplinary and Pathway-Based Approach by Jayanthi N. Koneru MD, Lance W. Weathers MD, Michael Lesch MD (auth.), Mun K. Hong MD, Eyal Herzog MD, FACC (eds.)