Acute Coronary Care 1986

  • Robert M. Califf
  • Galen S. Wagner

Part of the Acute Coronary Care Updates book series (ACCU, volume 1)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Coronary Care: The Pre-Hospital Phase

  3. Coronary Care: The Post-Admission Phase

  4. Coronary Care: The Coronary Care Unit Phase

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 89-89
    2. David G. Harrison, Robert F. Wilson, Carl W. White
      Pages 91-102
    3. Richard D. White, Martin J. Lipton, Charles B. Higgins
      Pages 145-162
    4. Robert M. Lester, Raphael Bloomgarden
      Pages 173-192
    5. Phyllis S. Ellenbogen, Andrew G. Wallace
      Pages 219-232
  5. Coronary Care: The Pre-Discharge Phase

  6. Coronary Care: The Convalescent Phase

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 293-293
    2. Charles A. Simonton, Kanu Chatterjee
      Pages 305-320
  7. Back Matter
    Pages 333-339

About this book


The concepts of acute coronary care are changing so rapidly that it is appropriate that the volume ACUTE CORONARY CARE: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE, published early in 1985, would have yearly updates. The process of rapid production of camera-ready manuscripts has added new capability to the exchange of information. ACUTE CORONARY CARE 1986 is the first of a series of yearly updates in this important area of cardiology. Materials published during the fall of 1984, including abstracts for the November American Heart Association meetings were reviewed by the editors to identify the areas of new information and the authors making important contri­ butions. Manuscripts were completed and edited during the spring of 1985 and the final camera-ready versions were delivered to Martinus Nijhoff by mid-July. The broad area of coronary care is divided into its five time sectors: Pre-hospital, Post-admission, Coronary Care Unit, Pre-discharge, and Conva­ lescent. As patients are more frequently encountered in the pre-hospital phase, it has become evident that alterations in the autonomic nervous system have a great impact on the clinical situation. The chapter by Ron Victor emphasizes the important interactions between the nervous system and the cardiovascular system in this critical situation.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Robert M. Califf
    • 1
  • Galen S. Wagner
    • 1
  1. 1.Duke University Medical CenterDurhamUSA

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