, 2nd Edition edited by Marshcall S. Runge, George A. Stouffer, & Cam Patterson, 2010. Provides a concise overview of cardiovascular anatomy, pathophysiology, diagnosis, and management in addition to images in the Netter tradition. Downloadable pdfs of each chapter are also available.
PHYSIOLOGY: Physiology of the Heart
, 5th Edition by Arnold M. Katz, 2011. This edition provides a comprehensive overview of the physiological and biophysical basis of cardiac function, including structure, biochemistry, biophysics, and pathophysiology in arrhythmias, ischemia, and heart failure. The interrelationships of basic processes among the cell, cardiac muscle function, and the biophysics of contractile and electrical behavior are particularly emphasized. Cardiovasuclar Physiology
, 7th Edition by David E Mohrman and Lois Jane Heller, 2010. Targets beginning medical students and seeks to enhance their understanding of the basic princples of the cardiovascular system. Also included are study questions
at the end of each chapter!
CLINICAL INFORMATION & GUIDELINES:Hurst's the Heart
, 13th Edition by Valentin Fuster, Richard A. Walsh, & Robert A. Harrington, 2011. Features a comprehensive overview of cardiovascular topics, including clinical advances in cardiology, evidence-based medicine, health outcomes, and health care quality.
Current Diagnosis & Treatment: Cardiology
, 3rd Edition by Michael M. Crawford, 2009. Provides the essetial knowledge for diagnosing and managing cardiovascular disease and covers the major diseases and their challenges.The AHA Guidelines and Scientific Statements Handbook
edited by Valentin Fuster, 2009. From the American Heart Association, this eBook guides practitioners through the key AHA guidelines, statements, and performance measures. Rapid Interpretation of EKGs
, 6th Edition by Dale Dubin, 2000. This essential text covers the basic principles of interpreting EKGs, including recording, heart rhythm and rate as well as monitoring for conditions such as hypertrophy and infarction and in premature infants.