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Biomedical Sciences - Molecular Medicine | Heart Rate and Rhythm - Molecular Basis, Pharmacological Modulation and Clinical Implications (Reviews)

Heart Rate and Rhythm

Molecular Basis, Pharmacological Modulation and Clinical Implications

Tripathi, Onkar N., Ravens, Ursula, Sanguinetti, Michael C. (Eds.)

2011, XXII, 678 p.

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From the reviews:

“Heart Rate reigns as one of 2011’s best. Here, physicians are presented with an acute review of how changes in heart rate can be used as a marker to assess patients in the clinical setting. … the writers also extend their treatise to practicing clinicians and ways that the information can be used to better treat patients. Noted for its clear delineation of complex data; with skilled use of illustrations and graphs that re-enforce key points chapter-by-chapter.” (John Aiello, The Electric Review, July, 2011)

 

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