Clinical Pearls in Cardiology

By Hemanth IK/Shafeeq Mattummal

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A pocket-sized quick reference guide

• Presents the essentials of cardiology in a simple and compact style

• Provides a concise collection of vital information on the signs and symptoms of heart diseases

• Includes more than 200 questions and answers on clinical aspects of cardiology and enhanced by 36 illustrations

• Divided into 10 chapters, covering history taking and general examination, pulse and blood pressure, the precordium, heart diseases and radiology

• Analyses the common symptoms of heart diseases with pathophysiological explanations and different and differential diagnoses of each symptom, i.e. chest pain, shortness of breath, palpitations, dizziness and leg swelling.

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The book details the common symptoms of the cardio-vascular disorders, such as chest pain, shortness of breath, palpitations, dizziness and leg swelling and provides the pathophysiological explanations to the signs and symptoms of heart diseases with the differential diagnoses. A thorough reading of the book would make the student more competent in the clinical examination of the cardiovascular system and elicitation of the relevant clinical signs. Even though the book is meant mainly for the undergraduate medical students, it is also an invaluable quick reference guide for the postgraduates, subspecialty candidates and the teachers involved in imparting clinical knowledge to their students as it contains the essentials of clinical cardiology that are covered in multiple textbooks of clinical medicine. This is an excellent book for cardiology.

Additional Info

Additional Info

Author Hemanth IK/Shafeeq Mattummal
ISBN 9789351524366
Publisher Jaypee
Year of Publication 2017

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