ACE Inhibitors : Medical Uses, Mechanisms of Action, Potential Adverse Effects & Related Topics -- Volume 1 Hardback
Edited by Macaulay Amechi Onuigbo
This book, published in two volumes, Volume 1 and Volume 2, respectively, represents the most comprehensive and up-to-date collection of current literature on angiotensin inhibition and related topics in medicine, nephrology and cardiovascular medicine ever compiled.
Top experts in the various fields of nephrology, hypertension, cardiovascular medicine, pharmacotherapeutics and related fields from all five continents have contributed essays, original papers, reviews and editorial opinions to this volume.
This book has turned out to be the most authoritative reference source on ACEIs, with contributions made by leading experts in their various fields of medicine, from the USA, Europe, including the United Kingdom, South America, Australia-New Zealand, Asia including Japan, and Africa.
Critically vital clinical topics are covered in this book by top world-renowned experts in different subspecialties, including classic topics such as the efficacy of ACE inhibition as an antihypertensive among the various ethnicities and races, as written from American, African, Caribbean and European perspectives.
This volume should indeed serve as a major literature reference text for physicians in general, internists, researchers, cardiologists and hypertension specialists, and especially the practitioners of the art of nephrology in all the countries around the world.
Medical students and various physician training programs should reach for a copy of this volume as a research and teaching tool for many years to come.
There is also a place here for research scientists in the pharmaceutical industry to review current and newly emerging indications for angiotensin inhibition and the future of reno-protection.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 264 pages
- Publisher: Nova Science Publishers Inc
- Publication Date: 01/12/2013
- Category: Pharmacology
- ISBN: 9781629483832