Cardiac issues are a number one explanation for dying after surgical procedure. This all-inclusive advisor examines the epidemiology, pathophysiology, analysis, and remedy of perioperative myocardial damage and infarction, and gives knowledgeable evaluation of the most recent equipment and techniques for the optimum care of those sufferers.
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