Sunday, December 10, 2006

Cardiovascular Physiology (Lange Physiology Series)

Thoroughly revised, this text provides a concise yet complete presentation of the basic principles of cardiovascular physiology for beginning medical and physiology students. This book places particular emphasis on describing how the operation of the intact cardiovascular system is governed by the basic principles of cardiovascular physiology. New material covered is on the cardiovascular effects of aging; fetal circulation and changes at birth; cardiac membrane ion channel gating mechanisms; and cardiovascular adaptations to zero gravity. The book's successful format utilizes learning objectives and study questions to encourage self-sufficiency in mastering the material.
CLEAR, CONCISE, AND UP TO DATE Here is a direct, highly-readable way for students to gain a fundamental knowledge and basic understanding of cardiovascular physiology. Experienced practitioners will find this versatile reference to be the perfect refresher course and a convenient way to stay up-to-date on the latest research and developments in this ever-changing field.

Book details:
Author:David E. Mohrman
Publisher:McGraw-Hill Medical


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