Diagnosis and Therapy of Coronary Artery Disease (Paperback)Peter F. Cohn (editor)
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Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Number of pages: 517
Weight: 1009 g
Dimensions: 254 x 178 x 28 mm
Edition: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 198
The New England Journal of Medicine, 314:15 (1986)
`Each chapter is a thorough treatment of its subject... The entire book is so thoroughly researched and concisely presented, as well as indexed, that it would seem to be an excellent reference for the practicing physician ...it will contribute significantly to our understanding of coronary artery disease and how it can be managed or prevented.'
Annals of Internal Medicine
`Dr. Cohn and his contributors have rendered conspicuous service to patients with coronary artery disease and to the physicians who treat them by effectively summarizing our current knowledge, by pointing out areas of controversy, and by identifying areas of ignorance concerning the most serious life-threatening illness in the industrialized world.'
Eugene Braunwald, MD (From the Foreword to the Second Edition)
`Dr. Cohn and his contributors have rendered an important service to patients with ischemic heart disease and to all who are involved in their medical evaluation and treatment, for the book is a timely, well written, and informative summary of contemporary diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to the management of this important cardiovascular problem.'
The New England Journal of Medicine (on the First Edition)
`Dr. Peter F. Cohn and the other contributors to Diagnosis and Therapy of Coronary Artery Disease have undertaken a most ambitious task in organizing and assimilating the many new developments in the field. Chapter after chapter, the reviewer is impressed by the comprehensiveness and lucidity of the coverage of this common - and perhaps most important - cardiovascular disorder ... Dr. Cohn and his contributors have accomplished their goal admirably in updating current developments in coronary artery disease for the practicing cardiologist, internist, and primary care physician.'
Journal of the American Medical Association
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