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By Roberto Manfredini, MD
Copyright 2017$114.99, Hardcover, Reference
A title in the The Clinics: Internal Medicine Series.
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This issue of Heart Failure Clinics, edited by Dr. Roberto Manfredini, will cover an array of topics related to Chronobiology and Cardiovascular Diseases. Topics include, but are not limited to Clock genes, metabolism and cardiovascular risk; Cardiac clocks and preclinical translation; Chronobiology of arterial blood pressure; Circadian periodicity of ischemic heart disease; Seasonal periodicity of ischemic heart disease and heart failure; Chronobiologic aspects of venous thromboembolism; Chronobiologic aspects of acute aortic diseases; Circaseptan periodicity of CV diseases; Gender and periodicity of CV disease; Chronopharmacology of CV drugs; Chronotherapy of Hypertension; and Chronoprevention of CV diseases.
Heart Failure Clinics
Chronobiology and Cardiovascular Diseases
Preface: A Journey into the Science of Cardiovascular Chronobiology
Clock Genes, Metabolism, and Cardiovascular Risk
Cardiac Clocks and Preclinical Translation
Circadian Periodicity of Ischemic Heart Disease: A Systematic Review of the Literature
Seasonal Periodicity of Ischemic Heart Disease and Heart Failure
Chronobiologic Aspects of Venous Thromboembolism
Chronobiology of Acute Aortic Syndromes
Circaseptan Periodicity of Cardiovascular Diseases
Sex and Circadian Periodicity of Cardiovascular Diseases: Are Women Sufficiently Represented in Chronobiological Studies?
Signal Transduction and Chronopharmacology of Regulation of Circadian
Cardiovascular Rhythms in Animal Models of Human Hypertension
Bedtime Blood Pressure Chronotherapy Significantly Improves Hypertension Management
Bedtime Chronotherapy with Conventional Hypertension Medications to Target Increased Asleep Blood Pressure Results in Markedly Better Chronoprevention of Cardiovascular and Other Risks than Customary On-awakening Therapy
By Roberto Manfredini, MD, University of Ferrara, Azienda Ospedaliera-Universitaria 'S.Ann