Encyclopedia of Heart DiseasesBy
- M. Gabriel Khan
Cardiologists, pharmacologists, hematologists, geneticists, pathologists
Hardbound, 680 Pages
Published: December 2005
Imprint: Academic Press
âThe book is a great resource for medical students and persons with limited or no medical background who may have research interests in specific topics and wish to learn more. The entries are written in plain language, and the author explains complicated medical terms and concepts succinctly and thoroughly. â¦each chapter features an excellent bibliography for those seeking more detailed information.
Encyclopedia of Heart Diseasesis well illustrated, with figures and tables that complement the text and clearly depict concepts that are complex for the novice. Khanâs vast experience and knowledge of the cardiovascular system are evident throughout. Overall, the book is a well-written, thoughtfully organized, comprehensive compendium that will serve readers well. Targeted towards non-medical professionals working in fields related to heart disease, it would also be useful for medical students and residents who wish to learn more about the cardiovascular system.â - Ritesh Gupta, MD, MPH, University of Alabama at Birmingham for JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association) 2006 "...a thorough and easy-to-navigate guide to the diseases that kill more than 12 million people worldwide each year. A valuable resource for sales teams, brand teams, and researchers alike, this text includes in-depth analysis of even the least common and rare heart conditions." -PHARMAVOICE, Sept-Nov 2006