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Acute Coronary Syndrome with Comorbidities: A Therapeutic Challenge
Author: Gurunath Parale, Virupaksha Joshi MD DM FACC FCSI FICP,MBBS DMRD

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Edition 1/e
Publish Year2020
Size 6.25" x 9.5"
Cover TypePaper Back
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FormatTwo Color
Weight (Grams) 265
Quick Overview
The primary focus of the book is on the practical difficulties one often faces when dealing with patients with acute coronary syndrome and specific comorbidities. It provides clear solutions to each problem, based on a thorough but succinct review of the state-of-the-art and the latest guidelines. Every chapter can guide one when faced with “associated comorbid conditions with acute coronary syndrome”. It is unique compilation of challenging case scenarios and dilemmas in cardio-vascular medicine. It discusses each case/topic, its complexity in a most lucid manner with extensive coverage of the relevant literature. The selection of cases and the topics explore those areas of cardiology which remains untouched in textbooks, journals and even conferences.
Key Features
• This book looks at some of the ignored aspects in the management of coronary artery disease associated with comorbid conditions. • Most chapters start with a prologue of real-life dilemmas that one encounters, and covers one condition per chapter. • In the middle part of the chapter, an extensive review of scarce literature available is discussed. • Most chapters conclude with an epilogue which gives some suggestions regarding management of an individual patient/comorbid condition. • The ACS with comorbid conditions discussed are the ones commonly encountered and yet pose challenge in management like ACS with stroke, with renal failure, with liver disease, with hematological disorders, etc.
Target Audience
• Backed by vast experience of the author, this book attempts to guide students, physicians and cardiologists to deal with complex clinical situations.
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