Cardiovascular medicine : practice and management / edited by Richard C. Becker and Joseph S. Alpert Alpert, Joseph S

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Alpert, Joseph S
Subjects
Cardiology.; Cardiovascular Diseases.; Cardiovascular system - Diseases.
Contents
  • Cardiovascular disease prevention
  • International aspects of coronary heart disease: epidemiology
  • Primary prevention of cardiovascular disease: helping patients change lifestyle behaviors
  • National efforts to reduce coronary disease-related mortality
  • Women's health initiative: focus on risk factors and diagnostic approach to suspected coronary artery disease
  • Urgent and emergency management of cardiovascular disorders
  • Emergency department
  • Emergency department approach to acute myocardial infarction
  • Observation units, clinical decision units, and chest pain centers
  • Critical care
  • Recognition, evaluation, and management of hypotension and cardiogenic shock
  • Management of complicated myocardial infarction
  • Initial evaluation and management of non-penetrating cardiac trauma
  • Management of pulmonary emergencies
  • Cardiac arrest and sudden cardiac death
  • Renal-cardiac patient
  • General cardiology
  • In-patient services
  • Cardiovascular patient: initial evaluation
  • Critical pathways for acute coronary syndromes
  • Principles of hematology, hemostasis, and coagulation monitoring in patients with cardiovascular disease
  • Diagnosis and management of inherited and acquired thrombophilias
  • In-hospital management of antithrombotic therapy: prevention and treatment guidelines
  • Fibrinolytics, anticoagulants, and platelet antagonists in clinical practice
  • Evaluation and management of patients with heart failure in clinical practice
  • Atrial fibrillation: current management
  • Treatment of endocarditis and endovascular infections
  • Clinical approach to preoperative risk stratification and management
  • Reducing hospital length of stay for cardiovascular disease states: cost-effective evaluation and treatment
  • Out-patient services
  • Evaluation of cardiovascular diseases in competitive athletes
  • Out-patient management of thrombotic disorders
  • Clinical approach and diagnostic evaluation of patients with hypertension
  • Comprehensive management of hypertension and its complications
  • Advanced practice nursing
  • Advanced practice nursing: establishing a program and expanding roles in the current health care environment
  • Integrating managerial and clinical leadership: a successful nursing management model
  • Post-hospital management strategies
  • Cardiovascular rehabilitation
  • Visiting nurse programs, subacute care, and home health care: the expanding paradigm
  • Coordinated anticoagulation services and home management programs
  • Establishing an out-patient (home) deep vein thrombosis treatment program using low-molecular-weight heparin therapy
  • Medicolegal and ethical issues
  • Medicolegal and quality of care implications of consensus statements
  • Ethical and legal issues in a managed medical care system
  • Medical education
  • Clinical decision making and information management in the era of managed care
  • Use of continuous quality improvement to increase utilization of proven therapies for acute myocardial infarction
  • National certification program for anticoagulation therapy providers
  • Advanced medical education in the managed care era.
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