Exercise and Sports Cardiology

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Paul D. Thompson (M.D.)
McGraw Hill Professional, Jan 1, 2001 - Science - 504 pages
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This unique guidebook gives physicians a trusty resource in the management of cardiovascular disorders of patients who participate in sports and athletic activity. Issues such as the role of exercise in coronary artery disease, EKG findings in athletes, syncope in athletes, and more, are reviewed in full. Coverage of specific guidelines detailing diagnosis, management, and prevention along the latest epidemiological data.

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Contents

NORMAL EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY
8
OVERVIEW OF THE ATHLETIC HEART SYNDROME
30
ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC FINDINGS IN ATHLETES
43
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