COVID-19 and the Heart: A Case-Based Pocket Guide

COVID-19 and the Heart: A Case-Based Pocket Guide

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Healthcare providers around the world have been faced with the most challenging pandemic of their lifetime.  As of the writing of this post, there have been over 200,000,000 cases of COVID-19 across the world with over 4,000,000 associated mortalities.  Healthcare providers, scientists, and researchers have worked endlessly to seek treatments and develop vaccines against the relentless virus, yet cases and mortalities continue to rise.

COVID-19 and the Heart: A Case-Based Pocket Guide is a first edition text that seeks to guide the medical practitioner in making adequate clinical judgement quickly with respect to the cardiac manifestations of COVID-19 disease. The book is divided into chapters based on genuine clinical cases with a proposed approach for each case. 

This text offers 10 robust, real-world case scenarios focusing on cardiac manifestations of COVID-19, with a depth and richness of context not offered by other competitors.  Examples of cases include: COVID-19 and Cardiac Arrhythmias, COVID-19 and Cardiogenic Shock, and COVID-19 and Acute Coronary Syndrome.  In efforts to promote end-user engagement and access to the best resources in medicine, we are making this text freely available for a limited time.

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