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Manual of Hypertension

Manual of Hypertension
titolo Manual of Hypertension
Autori , , , , , ,
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Editore Churchill Livingstone
Formato Libro
Pagine 736
Pubblicazione 2001
ISBN 9780443061950
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This practical, quick-reference manual gives the reader clearly defined guidelines on how to treat hypertensive patients and associated diseases. It deals extensively with the various clinical aspects of hypertension in a well-illustrated, easy-to-read format. Expertly edited chapters streamline the authoritative contributions made by renowned physicians and researchers into one cohesive source. It will be a "bench book" on hypertension, in which its various aspects are dealt with from a clinical perspective. Careful attention will be paid to page design and to the use of graphical devices to optimise presentation and facilitate "navigation": the book will be easy to refer to and learn from.
 

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Introduction: How to use this book The Editor Section 1. Epidemiology Julius 1.1 Hypertension as a cardiovascular risk factor Dr W Kannel 1.2 Results of intervention trials Professor R Fagard Section 2. Etiology and Pathophysiology Julius 2.1 The animal modes of hypertension Professor A Ferrari 2.2 Hypertension as a genetic disease Professor P Hamet 2.3 Salt and other dietary factors Dr I Puddey 2.4 The renin-angiotension system Professor M Nicholls 2.5 Neural factors Professor M Esler 2.6 Hormones and other humoral factors Dr O Carretero 2.7 Cell membrane abnormalities Dr A Semplicini Section 3. Blood pressure measurement Mancia 3.1 Office assessment of blood pressure Dr M Weber 3.2 Home blood pressure Professor J Mallion 3.3 Ambulatory blood pressure Dr G Parati 3.4 Special blood pressure measuring devices Professor E OBrien Section 4. Specific (secondary) causes of hypertension Saruta 4.1 Renovascular hypertension Professor J Pohl 4.2 Renal parenchymal hypertension Professor M Epstein 4.3 Phaeocromocytoma Dr G Grassi 4.4 Cortico-adrenal hypertension Professor J Whitworth 4.5 Rare forms of secondary hypertension Professor R Gordon 4.6 Hypertension from exogenous substances Dr Y Saruta Section 5. Essential hypertension Weber 5.1 Diagnosing essential hypertension 5.2 Excluding secondary causes of hypertension Dr A Morganti 5.3 Routine assessment of end-organ damage Dr L Hansson 5.4 Special measurer of end-organ damage Dr T Pickering Section 6. Antihypertensive drugs Chalmers 6.1 Diuretics 6.2 Beta-blockers Dr B Prichard 6.3 Calcium antagonists Professor F Meredith 6.4 ACE inhibitors Professor D Clement 6.5 Alpha-blockers Dr H Elliot 6.6 Angiotensin II receptor antagonists Dr J Reid 6.7 Central agents Professor P van Zweiten 6.8 Other drugs Professor A Pessina Section 7. Treatment strategies selecting the proper Weber therapeutic agent 7.1 Goal blood pressure Professor A Zanchetti 7.2 Life-style changes Dr L Beilin 7.3 The step-care approach Dr B Materson 7.4 The substitution and other approaches Professor P de Leeuw 7.5 The pros and cons of fixed combinations 7.6 The problem of compliance to treatment Dr B Waeber Section 8. Treatment in special conditions Ferrari 8.1 Hypertension in children and adolescents Dr B Falkner 8.2 Hypertension in the elderly Professor F Messerli 8.3 Hypertension in blacks Dr K Jamerson 8.4 The patients with multiple risk factors Dr G Jennings 8.5 The diabetic hypertension patient 8.6 Hypertension in pregnancy Dr M Brown 8.7 Hypertension in transplant patients Dr A Mimran 8.8 Resistant hypertension Dr K Rahn Section 9 Changing aspects of hypertension Chalmers 9.1 Malignant hypertension Dr Y Seedat 9.2 Impact of guidelines in the clinical practice Professor J Chalmers 9.3 Failure of antihypertensive treatment in the population Dr S Oparil Assessment of cost-benefit of antihypertensive Prof E Ambrosioni treatment 9.5 Isolated office hypertension Professor G Mancia

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