High blood pressure is a common chronic medical problem encountered in primary care, yet it is commonly under diagnosed. ABC of Hypertension is a long established, practical guide to the investigation, treatment and management of hypertensive patients.
The second edition of this textbook builds on the success of the original version by incorporating the latest developments in the clinical evidence base for cardiac rehabilitation whilst also aligning with the wider agenda in terms of commissioning and other national guidance.
Simplifies and explains the heart and how it works. This book explains the principles of ECG interpretation to help students understand ECG rhythm and its relationship to cardiac electrophysiology. It features over 100 NCLEX[registered] examination-style questions and provides 2-3 rhythm strips at the end of most chapters.