The Medicine on the Move series provides fully-flexible access to subjects across the curriculum, in this cardiology and cardiovascular medicine, in a unique combination of print and mobile formats. The books are ideal for the busy medical student and junior doctor, irrespective of individual learning style and whether they are studying a subject for the first time or revisiting it during exam preparation, providing the right information whenever and wherever it is needed. Readers can choose from the book and the ebook to suit different situations, enabling them to benefit from learning medicine on the move.
Table of Contents
The ECG. Symptoms. Signs. Coronary Arteries. Heart Failure. Arrhythmia . Pericardium. Myocardium. Valves. Hypertension Aorta. Congenital. Investigations. Pharmacology. Self Assessment MCQs and EMQs.
David Dunleavy, Registrar, Leeds, UK
Alexa Marsh, Foundation Doctor, University of Sheffield, UK
Swati Gupta, Foundation Doctor, University of Sheffield, UK
Kevin Channer, general physician and cardiologist to the Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust; honorary clinical senior lecturer in medicine, University of Sheffield Medical School, Sheffield, UK; Professor Channer has a special interest in e-learning and has designed and run a national blended learning two year Diploma of Cardiovascular Medicine for General Practitioners with an interest in cardiology through Sheffield Hallam University, and and authored a new internet based ECG training scheme called ECGskills.net.
"This is an invaluable resource for medical students and junior physicians in clinical cardiology. The book is well written by medical students and junior doctors, drawing upon personal experiences, and easy to understand for the target audience. The information is up to date and the ebook provides a quick and easy search platform." - Parham Parto, MD, MPH(Ochsner Clinic Foundation), Doody's Book Review Service