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The Year in Hypertension 2002

     
 
Price: £59.99
 
     
 
Benefits:
· Evaluation and critical appraisal of the full range of published literature in the field · Key papers for practice identified and summarised · Single user-friendly volume · Draws on the experience of one of the world's leading centres of expertise in hypertension
Authors:
Gregory YH Lip; WK Lee, University Department of Medicine, City Hospital, Birmingham B18 7QH, UK
Description:
This is the third issue of the very popular single-volume overview of the current literature in hypertension, which identifies the papers published in the past eighteen months that have potentially changed practice, or that predict probable future developments. The aim is to provide the reader with an up to the minute summary of recent research findings, and their implications for clinical management. What the reviewers said about previous issues: "For those interested in hypertension, this book is an incredibly useful source of information based on original articles reviewed and commented on by experts. It is superb reference 'bank' to broaden our knowledge and understanding of arterial hypertension including the most recent concepts." British Journal of Anaesthesia, February 2001 "It is quite clear that The Year in Hypertension 2001 offers a lot of interesting reading, especially to clinicians, who for obvious reasons finds it difficult to keep up with the enormous output of new knowledge in this very research-intense field of medicine. This book can be strongly recommended and one can only hope that the authors will find it possible to keep up this fine initiative for many years to come." Blood Pressure 2002
Readership:
Specialists in hypertension, cardiology and internal medicine ▪ Doctors in training

Book Details:
ISBN:
978 1 904392 00 2
368pp; 234 x 156mm; Illustrations; Hardback;
Publication Date: November 2002

 
 
     
 
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