The ESC Textbook of Intensive and Acute Cardiac Care Online The European Society of Cardiology Textb
The ESC Textbook of Intensive and Acute Cardiovascular Care
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The working group on Acute Cardiac Care revised its mission statement last year. Originally when it was created about 10 years ago, the working group was intended to define and defend the role of the cardiologist in managing acute cardiac patients in the intensive acute cardiac care unit ICCU. In its revised mission, the working group has extended its scope far beyond the walls of the ICCU. The new objective is to improve the quality of care and outcome of patients with acute cardiovascular diseases. The scope of the working group now encompasses the care of the patient with an acute cardiovascular disorder from the first medical contact in the pre-hospital phase up to the end of first week of hospitalization Figure 1.
Never before has the ESC publication portfolio been so diverse and all-encompassing, and we are delighted to work with the European Society of Cardiology again to showcase the portfolio on the global stage. ESC books are also available to access and read online. Explore the interactive image below to see how ESC books online can support your learning and training in cardiovascular medicine. Look out for textbooks in: cardiovascular medicine, preventive cardiology, acute cardiovascular care, cardiovascular imaging, and echocardiography. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. Journals Skip to main content.