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by J M B Hughes,Nick W Morrell

ePub Pulmonary Circulation: From Basic Mechanisms to Clinical Practice (Cardiopulmonary Medicine from Imperial College Press) download
Author:
J M B Hughes,Nick W Morrell
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978-1860942655
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1860942652
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Imperial College Pr; 1 edition (February 1, 2002)
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Medicine
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Pulmonary Circulation book. Published December 10th 2001 by Imperial College Press (first published January 1st 2001).

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Pulmonary Circulation : From Basic Mechanisms to Clinical Practice

Pulmonary Circulation : From Basic Mechanisms to Clinical Practice.

Cardiopulmonary medicine from Imperial College Press. Pulmonary circulation: basic mechanisms - Historical introduction - Vascular structure and function - Development, growth and injury - Pulmonary blood flow - Endothelium - Smooth muscle - Hypoxia - Genetics of pulmonary vascular disease - Clinical practice - Bronchial circulation in health and disease - Methods of investigation - Pulmonary hypertension. Pulmonary oedema - Intrapulmonary shunting.

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Pulmonary Circulation" is well illustrated with figures, tables and Learning Points highlighted at the end of each chapter. There are two main sections: "Basic Mechanisms" and "Clinical Practice".

Despite this progress, under-awareness persists within the practicing pulmonary, cardiovascular, and general internal medicine communities.

Hughs JMB and Morrell, NW, Pulmonary Circulation: From basic mechanisms to clinical practice. eds) Hypoxic Pulmonary Vasoconstriction. Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine, vol 252. Springer, Boston, MA. London: Imperial College Press, 2001. 1007/1-4020-7858-7 1.

Pulmonary hypertension (PH) in clinical practice is most commonly secondary to chronic cardiac or pulmonary . This study sought to determine whether a percentage of patients seen in a respiratory medicine clinic continued to smoke while denying.

Pulmonary hypertension (PH) in clinical practice is most commonly secondary to chronic cardiac or pulmonary disease. PH secondary to left heart disease, Group 2 PH, can result from heart failure with reduced ejection fraction, heart failure with preserved ejection fraction, valvular heart disease, among others. doing so. One hundred twenty-five subjects were studied consecutively.

This new book with 35 chapters is a comprehensive account of the important features of the pulmonary circulation which will appeal to (1) clinical and non-clinical students who want a broad-based introduction to the subject, (2) postgraduates involved in or contemplating research on the pulmonary circulation, (3) specialists in chest medicine, cardiology and intensive and critical care whose clinical work concerns diseases affecting the pulmonary blood vessels.Pulmonary circulation is well illustrated with 132 figures, 43 tables and learning points highlighted at the end of each chapter. There are two main sections: “Basic Mechanisms” and “Clinical Practice”. All the important features of the pulmonary circulation are reviewed — genetics, cell biology, vascular remodelling, anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, pulmonary hypertension, pulmonary oedema, etc.