By John Hamer (auth.), Dr John Hamer MD. Ph.D F.R.C.P. (eds.)
This booklet is the end result of a heart specialist switching to medical pharma cology in mid-career and will be noticeable as representing the interface among the 2 disciplines. during this moment version i haven't attempted to be encyclopaedic, yet have requested the individuals to offer a quick account of present perform, in order that it represents the current nation of cardiac thera peutics. even if a few participants are from Bart's, i've got attempted to unfold my web extensively and convey a common view from the English talking international. i am hoping this can be sufficient to attract teeth of my colleagues who will react instantly to claim that 'this isn't really what we do at Bart's. ' a few chapters, as a rule the early ones, are drug oriented and describe the use and homes of person teams of gear. different later chapters are sickness oriented and describe using quite a few teams of substances in several stipulations, equivalent to angina or high blood pressure. This inevitably results in a few overlap, yet i haven't attempted to provide a uniformity of view, yet were content material with Chairman Mao 'to allow 100 plants bloom'. i'm thankful to my cardiological colleague, Professor A. John Camm for his support and suggestion on present cardiological perform. to enhance the stream of the textual content i've got constrained the references to key guides, instead of attempting to quote the entire papers released on each one topic.
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Drugs for Heart Disease by John Hamer (auth.), Dr John Hamer MD. Ph.D F.R.C.P. (eds.)