Hypertension Principles And Practice
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A wealth of information has accumulated on the subject of hypertension, and the number of publications dedicated to topics in this field of study continues to increase. It has become nearly impossible for medical professionals to absorb all of the diverse information and to gather the information into a coherent theoretical concept and practical approach to treating the disease, even for those of us who are actively involved in this research specialty on a daily basis. It becomes a still greater challenge for the many health care providers whose primary focus is clinical practice or for scientists who are doing research in basic science but whose work is relevant to the subject of hypertension.
Our goal for Hypertension:
Principles and Practice has been to compile and present information about the most relevant
underlying principles of hypertension and apply them to clinical practice. It takes facets of basic research and applies these concepts to bedside management. This concomitant emphasis on principles and practice confers a novel and distinctive quality to the book.
This reference is designed for use by primary care physicians, cardiologists, endocrinologists, nephrologists, vascular
specialists, hypertension specialists, pharmacologists, scientists, nurses, students, and others, who want to obtain accurate, comprehensive, and up-to-date information on all aspects of hypertension in an attractive and easily readable format. The editors, contributors, and publisher envision this book as a new international platform for up-to-date information for the interested reader.
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