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Wiley-Blackwell and the American Heart Association present new book series

Boston, MAApril 8, 2009The American Heart Association has partnered with Wiley-Blackwell to publish a new series of medical references, The American Heart Association Clinical Series, designed to help physicians translate scientific and technological advances into better patient care.

Each hardcover volume focuses on one urgent topic, with leading clinicians writing on their areas of individual expertise under the careful editorial guidance of Series Editor Elliott Antman, MD, FAHA, Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Director of the Coronary Care Unit at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston. The first four titles have been well received by the medical community and the next four titles in this series are publishing throughout 2009:

  • Cardiovascular Genetics and Genomics edited by Dan M. Roden (Vanderbilt University School of Medicine)
    ISBN: 9781405175401
    April 2009
    This book provides a comprehensive presentation of genetic factors in relation to therapeutic techniques, as well as an outline of key pharmacogenetic concepts.

  • Adult Congenital Heart Disease edited by Carole A. Warnes (Mayo Clinic)
    ISBN: 9781405178204
    May 2009
    This new reference profiles the most common congenital cardiac anomalies and addresses practical diagnostic and treatment issues.

  • Cardiogenic Shock edited by Judith S. Hochman (New York University School of Medicine) and E. Magnus Ohman (Duke University Medical Center)
    ISBN: 9781405179263
    June 2009
    Cardiogenic shock causes over half of the deaths among patients hospitalized with ST-elevation myocardial infarction worldwide. The goal of this important volume is prevention.

  • Metabolic Risk for Cardiovascular Disease edited by Robert H. Eckel
    ISBN: 9781405181044
    October 2009
    Addresses the deep risks involved with cardiovascular disease in relation to metabolic diseases, diabetes, and obesity.


Contact: Bethany Carland-Adams

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