Third edition is quick and easy read yet comprehensive and up-to-date. Key points are grouped appropriately for easy recall. Download the FREE app and view selected topics (Approximately 10% of the content is viewable in the free app and tapping on the locked topic will launch the in-app purchase screen).
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Third edition is quick and easy read yet comprehensive and up-to-date. Key points are grouped appropriately for easy recall. Diagrams are easy to follow and maintain a level of simplicity suitable for those at various levels of training. Most importantly, the information is current and based on the guidelines that drive daily practice
Based on: 3rd Edition
Author: Phillip S. Cuculich, MDAndrew M. Kates, MD
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Packed with information, The Washington Manual: Cardiology Subspecialty Consult, 3rd Edition places the field of cardiovascular disease at your fingertips. Designed for the busy practitioner, student, or resident, this edition captures cardiologys latest findings and treatments in an easy-to-read format. In a fast-advancing field that welcomes new biomedical discoveries and novel therapeutics, this resource delivers top treatment recommendations for your patients. If youre a busy clinician committed to exceptional, cost-effective patient care, The Washington Manual: Cardiology Subspecialty Consult is the guide for you.
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