Clinical Evidence: Cardiovascular Disorders

Clinical Evidence Cardiovascular Disorders Designed to make the best available evidence easily accessible to practitioners and students working in the field of cardiology The content is drawn from the very successful multidisciplinary edition

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  • Title: Clinical Evidence: Cardiovascular Disorders
  • Author: Stuart Barton
  • ISBN: 9780727917201
  • Page: 483
  • Format: Paperback
  • Designed to make the best available evidence easily accessible to practitioners and students working in the field of cardiology The content is drawn from the very successful multidisciplinary edition and maintains the same high standards of rigorous quality control and ease of access to relevant evidence For each condition covered, the literature has been thoroughly searDesigned to make the best available evidence easily accessible to practitioners and students working in the field of cardiology The content is drawn from the very successful multidisciplinary edition and maintains the same high standards of rigorous quality control and ease of access to relevant evidence For each condition covered, the literature has been thoroughly searched, appraised and condensed into concise, but comprehensive, summaries written by practicing clinicians who are experts in the topic area.

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