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Professor Meier draws upon one of the world's finest collections of illustrative material to demonstrate the practical application of interventional procedures in managing coronary artery disease. Focusing on ten primary procedures, the author, joined by an expert team of contributors, describes the key stages of each procedure, the possible complications and contra-indications and how they should be managed. Additional tables and diagrams support the text and present the reader with a 'master class' on the most important techniques, as given by one of the world's leading authorities in the field. These features make this the most authoritative, useful, and current resource on this subject available.
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Bernhard Maier (born 1963 in Oberkirch (Baden)) is a German professor of religious studies, who publishes mainly on Celtic culture and religion.
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