Braunwald’s Heart Disease Practice Guidelines for iPhone® and iPad™
Access the most useful, clinically actionable and evidence-based cardiology clinical practice guidelines today!
The joint cardiovascular practice guidelines of the American College of Cardiology (ACC) and the American Heart Association (AHA) have become important documents for guiding cardiology practice and establishing benchmarks for quality of care. In each edition of Braunwald’s Heart Disease, the market-leading global clinical textbook of cardiology, authors and editors summarize all the latest ACC/AHA practice guidelines and transform them into clinically actionable points presented in an easily accessible, bulleted format.
Braunwald’s Heart Disease practice guidelines have long been one of the most popular features of this classic “bible” of cardiology both in print and online. For the first time the guidelines have been streamlined for mobile presentation and available for download by cardiologists and all related health care professionals who want mobile access to this clinically actionable information in a high-yield, bulleted format. Visit www.braunwalds.com for information on how to obtain the full text reference online via Expert Consult.
•Adapted from the brand-new, 9th Edition of Braunwald’s Heart Disease publishing in 2011
•Based on the latest published evidence
•Contains clinically actionable points presented in an easily-digested, bulleted format
•Quickly browse by topic or category
•Personalize your results
•Bookmark relevant guidelines for even faster reference
•Make and save notes
•Available for iPhone® and iPad™
•Exercise Stress Testing
•Appropriate Use Criteria: Echocardiography
•Appropriate Use Criteria: Nuclear Cardiology
•Appropriate Use Criteria: Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance
•Appropriate Use Criteria: Cardiac Computed Tomography
•Management of Heart Failure
•Ambulatory Electrocardiographic and Electrophysiological Testing
•Cardiac Pacemakers and Cardioverter-Defibrillators
•Treatment of Hypertension
•Management of Patients with ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction
•Unstable Angina and Non-ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction
•Chronic Stable Angina
•Percutaneous Coronary Intervention
•Management of Valvular Heart Disease
•Pregnancy and Heart Disease
•Reducing Cardiac Risk with Noncardiac Surgery
Guidelines are woefully incomplete. As an example, STEMI guidelines only address when pacing is appropriate. Nothing concerning meds, PCI, testing etc. Emails to company get no response. Get the cardio source/ skyscrape apps for free.... Much better
This app, for $24, packages a number of ACC guidelines that can be had for free through the Skyscape reader app. Associating itself with the Braunwald name (a standard Cardiology text) might lead one to expect (as it did me) that some encyclopedic or instructional content would be included. But such is not the case.
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