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if anyone had told me earlier that entire cardio-vascular therapeutics could be packed into a small pocket-size book of 500 pages, i would have been amused... that is until i read m.gabriel khan's cardiac drug therapy when this amusement changed into amazement. not only this is an excellent, concise and upto-date book on treatment, but it is so easy to read and digest that it appears to be a thriller akin to perry masons's exploits.
his views on beta-blockers and calcium channel blockers are very important and in broad agreement with us.
i think it is by far the most precise and unambigous handbook on cardiovascular treatment i have ever come across.