The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Heart Failure by Randall Starling MD MPH
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Expert medical advice from the #1 heart center in America for 14 years in a rowFor the 5 million people with heart failure, there's new reason for hope: recent medical advances have revolutionized how this condition is managed. In The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Heart Failure, Dr. Randall Starling, one of the foremost authorities on heart health, provides authoritative advice to help people survive heart failure and enjoy a good quality of life. This comprehensive resource gives readers the cutting-edge medical guidance Dr. Starling offers his patients, including: ·Insight into what causes heart failure ·The latest breakthrough studies - and what those discoveries mean for the future of this disease ·Reliable guidance on diagnostic tests and treatment options ·Personal stories of those who have triumphed over the disease ·Plus, advice on how to live well with a chronic illnessCleveland Clinic's Heart Center has been ranked #1 for heart care in the United States for 14 years in a row, by USNews & World Report. Patients travel from more than 100 countries to receive care.

About Randall Starling MD MPH

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Randall Starling, MD, MPH, is Head of the Section of Heart Failure and Cardiac Transplant Medicine, the Medical Director of the Kaufman Center for Heart Failure and a Staff Cardiologist in the Cleveland Clinic Department of Cardiovascular Medicine. He also serves as Vice Chairman of Cardiovascular Medicine, Operations. He specializes in congestive heart failure, cardiac transplantation, cardiomyopathy and mechanical circulatory support devices. Dr. Starling was appointed to the Cleveland Clinic in 1995 as a Staff Physician and Director of the Heart Transplant Medical Services. He has a joint appointment as a Staff Physician in Cleveland Clinic’s Multi-Organ Transplant Center. He is board-certified as a Diplomate in internal medicine and in the subspecialty of cardiovascular disease. In addition, he is certified by the National Board of Medical Examiners.
Published June 2, 2009 by Kaplan Publishing. 208 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting.

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