Heart failure is pandemic amongst industrialized nations. It is a disease with stark implications markedly reducing life-expectancy and diminishing the quality of life. The past few years have witnessed revolutionary changes in the understanding of the pathophysiologic mechanisms and management of heart failure. This book has been designed for the readers seeking a comprehensive overview of all aspects of the disease entity. This highly illustrated book covers heart failure in detail with the discussion focusing on our current understanding and the recent advancement that is happening at a fast pace in the field. The chapters have been organized in such a way that all the aspects of heart failure are covered. The initial chapters discuss the global burden of heart failure and the challenges involved in diagnosing it. A special emphasis on systolic and diastolic heart failure has been made highlighting its pathophysiology diagnosis and therapeutic options. Further chapters focus on conditions associated with heart failure such as anemia hyponatremia and cardiorenal syndromes and acute heart failure syndromes.

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PublisherJaypee Brothers Medical Publishers
BindingPaper Back
Publish YearJanuary 2014