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Best Cardiology Books Everyone Should Read

Looking for the best Cardiology books? Browse our list to find excellent book recommendations on the subject.

1. Clinical Cardiology Made Ridiculously Simple (Rapid Learning and Retention Through the Medmaster) (2018)

 Best Cardiology Books Everyone Should ReadA clear, concise, highly practical and enjoyable overview of all of clinically relevant cardiology. History, physical, ECG (ECG interpretation taught in just 40 pages), radiology, noninvasive and invasive diagnostic tests, and therapy (both pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic). For medical students, house officers, cardiac fellows, practicing physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and other health care professionals.Includes interactive download with heart sounds, ECG interpretation, chest x-rays, echocardiography, cases, and…
Author(s): Michael A. Chizner

2. Mayo Clinic Cardiology: Concise Textbook (Mayo Clinic Scientific Press) (2012)

 Best Cardiology Books Everyone Should ReadThe fourth edition of IMayo Clinic Cardiology: Concise Textbook continues the tradition of all previous editions: a succinct yet comprehensive teaching and learning textbook rather than an overwhelming reference work. This new edition continues to bridge the gap between currently available texts: more than a bare-bones compilations of lists of facts that do not address the fundamental concepts of the practice of cardiology and not so encyclopedic a tome that it goes into the minute detail of a traditional reference work.Organized to present a comprehensive overview of the field of cardiology in an accessible, reader-friendly…
Author(s): Joseph G. Murphy, Margaret A. Lloyd

3. Current Diagnosis and Treatment Cardiology, Fifth Edition (Current Diagnosis & Treatment) (2017)

 Best Cardiology Books Everyone Should ReadA concise, authoritative compilation of the essential knowledge needed to diagnose and manage cardiovascular disease • 37 chapters cover the major disease entities and therapeutic challenges in cardiology today• Chapters on major management issues such as pregnancy and heart disease, the use of anticoagulants in heart disease, and the perioperative evaluation of heart disease patients• Each chapter written by experts in that area, without losing the readability or coherence found in single-author texts• Logically organized into six sections: Prevention of…
Author(s): Michael H. Crawford

4. Pathophysiology of Heart Disease: A Collaborative Project of Medical Students and Faculty (2015)

 Best Cardiology Books Everyone Should ReadSpecifically designed to prepare medical students for their initial encounters with patients with heart disease, this award-winning text bridges basic cardiac physiology with clinical care. Written by internationally recognized Harvard Medical School faculty and select medical students, provides a solid foundation of knowledge regarding diseases of the heart and circulation. Under the experienced editorial guidance of Dr. Leonard S. Lilly, this best-selling monograph has an outstanding reputation among medical students and faculty worldwide.Student-friendly features of the Sixth Edition include a new, full-color design and…
Author(s): Lilly MD, Leonard S.

5. Cardiology: Handbook for Clinicians (2009)

 Best Cardiology Books Everyone Should ReadAn outstanding addition to the library of the busy clinician, fellow, resident or medical student. This compact but comprehensive handbook covers all aspects of cardiovascular medicine. Containing over 300 EKGs, figures, flowcharts and tables with complete references for advanced reading, this book will prove a great resource to all those treating cardiac disorders….
Author(s): Elias Hanna, Roberto Quintal, et al.

6. Cardiology Secrets (2017)

 Best Cardiology Books Everyone Should ReadFor more than 30 years, The Secrets Series® has provided students and practitioners in all areas of health care with Cardiology Secrets, 5th Edition, features the Secrets’ that also includes lists, tables, and an easy-to-read style – making reference and review quick, easy, and enjoyable. and provide a fast overview of the secrets you must know for success in practice. makes it easy to carry with you for quick reference or review anywhere, anytime. on peripheral vascular and cerebrovascular disease, venous thromboembolic disease, and specific populations and conditions, plus a dedicated chapter on new…
Author(s): Levine MD FACC FAHA, Glenn N.

7. Manual of Cardiovascular Medicine (2018)

 Best Cardiology Books Everyone Should ReadAn ideal reference for residents, fellows, practitioners, and nurse practitioners, is a concise, up-to-date overview of key topics in cardiology. Using a practical, outline format, this best-selling title presents evidence-based approaches to cardiovascular diagnosis, diseases, and treatment – perfect for daily practice or exam preparation. Enhance Your eBook Reading Experience…
Author(s): Griffin MD FACC, Brian P.

8. Nuclear Cardiology Review: A Self-Assessment Tool (2017)

 Best Cardiology Books Everyone Should ReadIn this second edition of Nuclear Cardiology Review: A Self-Assessment Tool , physicians at the renowned Cleveland Clinical offer a Q & A style approach to preparing for the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology’s Certification Board of Nuclear Cardiology (CBNC) exam. Featuring three new contributors, the book includes questions that cover the technical, interpretative, and clinical application of nuclear cardiology, so that test takers are adequately prepared for their exam.Features Your book purchase includes a complimentary download of the enhanced eBook for iOS, Android, PC & Mac.Take…
Author(s): Jaber MD FACC FAHA, Wael A., Cerqueira MD FACC FASNC, Manuel D.

9. Cardiology Board Review: ECG, Hemodynamic and Angiographic Unknowns (2019)

 Best Cardiology Books Everyone Should ReadCardiology Board Review lays the groundwork for board exam success with its instructive and easy-to-read explanations of the pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment of patients with cardiovascular disease. Breaking topics down into case unknowns, this innovative revision aid provides examples of everyday cardiological issues and then explains how best to address the problem at hand. All content is complemented by clinical images and illustrations, as well as helpful summaries and key points. Featuring 56 different cases, this essential text: Cardiology Board Review offers fellows a fresh and engaging…
Author(s): George A. Stouffer

10. 1133 Questions: An Interventional Cardiology Board Review (2018)

 Best Cardiology Books Everyone Should ReadWith two new editors and hundreds of new questions, this comprehensive new edition of continues to serve as the perfect study aid for anyone taking the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) interventional cardiology board exam, either for the first time or to recertify. You’ll have everything you need—detailed answers and explanations for each question and plenty of relevant images—to pass the exam and improve your ability to provide effective and evidence-based patient care. Enhance Your eBook Reading Experience:…
Author(s): Mukherjee M.D., Dr. Debabrata, Dr. David Moliterno, et al.

11. Cardiology: A Practical Handbook (2016)

 Best Cardiology Books Everyone Should ReadThere has been an exponential increase in the amount of information available on the pathophysiology and management of heart diseases. Meanwhile, understanding of the underlying pathology and physiology has deepened and broadened with new methodologies to monitor cardiac structure and function. These developments have led to an overwhelming amount of information available to students, trainees, and physicians. What is in short supply is a comprehensive yet concise and clear description of the important cardiac conditions and disorders, an approach to their management, and an easily…
Author(s): David Laflamme

12. Cardiac Drugs Made Ridiculously Simple (2019)

 Best Cardiology Books Everyone Should ReadCardiac drugs are the cornerstone of modern cardiovascular therapeutics. The number of cardiac drugs used for the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease continues to grow at an unprecedented rate. Practitioners often feel overwhelmed trying to keep pace with the plethora of cardiac drugs and the difficult decisions of which drugs to choose for which conditions. Cardiac Drugs Made Ridiculously Simple provides a lucid, practical summary of current cardiovascular drug therapy. It distills basic clinical concepts to a concise, clear minimum, while…
Author(s): Michael A. Chizner, Ryan E. Chizner

13. The Washington Manual of Cardiology Subspecialty Consult (The Washington Manual Subspecialty Consult Series) (2014)

 Best Cardiology Books Everyone Should ReadSmall, mighty, and packed with information, The Washington Manual: Cardiology Subspecialty Consult, 3e places the field of cardiovascular disease at your fingertips. Designed for the busy practitioner, student, or resident, this pocket-sized edition captures cardiology’s latest findings and treatments in an easy-to-read format. In a fast-advancing field that welcomes new biomedical discoveries and novel therapeutics, this resource delivers top treatment recommendations for your patients. If you’re a busy clinician committed to exceptional, cost-effective patient care, The…
Author(s): Cuculich MD, Phillip S., Kates MD, Andrew M.

14. Crash Course Cardiology (2019)

 Best Cardiology Books Everyone Should ReadCrash Course – your effective every-day study companion PLUS the perfect antidote for exam stress! Save time and be assured you have the essential information you need in one place to excel on your course and achieve exam success. A winning formula now for over 20 years, each series volume has been fine-tuned and fully updated – with an improved full-colour layout tailored to make your life easier. Especially written by senior students or junior doctors – those who understand what is essential for exam success – with all information thoroughly checked and quality assured by expert Faculty Advisers, the result are books…
Author(s): Foster MBChB BMedSci (Hons), Thomas, Shen MBChB, Jasmine, et al.

15. Concise Cardiovascular Disease Board Review: Key Concepts for Success (2018)

 Best Cardiology Books Everyone Should ReadA study guide for practicing cardiologists preparing for ABIM recertification as well as fellows preparing for initial certification.Complements in-depth texts by summarizing the key facts necessary for success with an emphasis on ACC/AHA guideline recommendations. Maximizes your study time by focusing exclusively on high-yield material explicitly geared for the ABIM Cardiovascular Disease Exam….
Author(s): Thomas J. Sawyer

Best Cardiology Books Everyone Should Read

We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Genesis and download some cardiology books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.

ASPC Manual of Preventive Cardiology

Author(s): Nathan D. Wong, Ezra A. Amsterdam, Peter P. Toth
ID: 2861698, Publisher: Springer, Year: 2021, Size: 17 Mb, Format: pdf

Clinical Cases in Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary Hypertension

Author(s): William R. Auger, Deepa Gopalan
ID: 2467792, Publisher: Springer International Publishing, Year: 2020, Size: 8 Mb, Format: pdf

Bioethical Controversies in Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery

Author(s): Constantine Mavroudis; J. Thomas Cook; Constantine D. Mavroudis
ID: 2528970, Publisher: Springer Nature, Year: 2020, Size: 2 Mb, Format: epub

Please note that this booklist is not absolute. Some books are truly chart-busters according to The Wall Street Journal, others are composed by unknown authors. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant links you could recommend? Drop a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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