* Pathophysiology * Diagnosis, risk stratification and decision-making * Coronary revascularization * Unstable angina/non-ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction * ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction * Secondary prevention of coronary artery disease * Developments.
"Very comprehensive and up to date, including clear diagrams and pathophysiology and pharmacology aspects that are often overlooked. Its simplicity allows the reader to gain a clear understanding of the complex principles that surround patients presenting with ACS." -- Valentino Oriolo "A unique summary of current research fields and evidence-based guidelines on acute coronary syndromes for both fellows and consultants who want to acquire or maintain an up-to-date knowledge on this disease. Overall, it is clear, concise, precise and up to date with cutting edge science." Dr Laurent Bonello, Intensive Care Unit and Cath Lab, Hospital Nord, Marseille, France, April 2014 "Very happily reading Fast Facts: ACS at Changi airport. It reads well. Great work." David A Bollinger, Consultant Anaesthetist, Sydney Anaesthetic Services, NSW, Australia, June 2013 "... a quick and easy read, while presenting comprehensive and up-to-date information. ... Particularly well thought out and explained chapters include diagnosis, risk stratification, decision making, and unstable angina/NSTEMI. ... the practicality for use as a pocket sized reference guide for ACS management is clearly evident. Key points are clustered appropriately and intended for easy recall. Diagrams are easily understandable and maintain a level of simplicity suitable for those in various levels of training. Most importantly the information is up to date and takes into consideration those guidelines that drive our daily practice." Dr Parham Parto, Ochsner Clinic Foundation, USA, for Doody's Review Service, April 2014