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  • Author(s) Peter J. Zimetbaum; Mark E. Josephson
  • Edition2
  • Published09252017
  • PublisherWolters Kluwer Health
  • ISBN9781496371119
Now completely revised and in brilliant full color, Practical Clinical Electrophysiology, 2nd Edition, provides a clinically focused, highly readable approach to the diagnosis and management of arrhythmias. Co-authored by Dr. Peter Zimetbaum, Dr. Alfred Buxton and Dr. Mark Josephson, all affiliated with Harvard University, this practical reference offers concise coverage of the major arrhythmia disorders encountered in the clinic as well as the electrophysiology lab, including pharmacologic treatments. It’s an ideal resource for internists, cardiologists, cardiology fellows, and physician extenders who need a complete understanding of electrophysiology but who do not specialize in this area.

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  • Author(s) Peter J. Zimetbaum; Mark E. Josephson
  • Edition2
  • Published09252017
  • PublisherWolters Kluwer Health
  • ISBN9781496371119
Now completely revised and in brilliant full color, Practical Clinical Electrophysiology, 2nd Edition, provides a clinically focused, highly readable approach to the diagnosis and management of arrhythmias. Co-authored by Dr. Peter Zimetbaum, Dr. Alfred Buxton and Dr. Mark Josephson, all affiliated with Harvard University, this practical reference offers concise coverage of the major arrhythmia disorders encountered in the clinic as well as the electrophysiology lab, including pharmacologic treatments. It’s an ideal resource for internists, cardiologists, cardiology fellows, and physician extenders who need a complete understanding of electrophysiology but who do not specialize in this area.
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