Every year, more Americans fall victim to cardiovascular disease, and more drug therapies become available. Which drugs are right for your patients? Where will you turn for guidance when creating a therapeutic plan?Optimize care and find life-saving solutions quickly with Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy: A Point-of-Care Guide, by Michael Crouch. This concise reference is designed with the busy practitioner, resident, and student in mind. It provides a quick way to access necessary clinical and therapeutic information that has the potential to improve the lives of patients suffering from cardiovascular disease.Inside you’ll find: Quick reference elements such as tables and flow figures Assessments of pharmacological and non-pharmacological considerations Selected guideline statements from leading organizations Evidence-based treatment algorithms Recent clinical controversies In addition, the book features a point of care drug table with essential details for clinic or bedside reference, such as monitoring parameters, known interactions, and common advrese drug events. As a free bonus, you’ll receive access to a website updated by the book’s editor, which features a quarterly newsletter, printable drug monographs, and even Shockwave presentations to help you stay up-to-date on all the guidelines, news, and drug classifications. For more information, visit www.ashp.org/cardiovascular.
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