The Metabolic Syndrome in Clinical Practice

The Metabolic Syndrome in Clinical Practice

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The Metabolic Syndrome in Clinical Practice addresses the issues & interactions surrounding metabolic syndrome, obesity, diabetes & cardiovascular disease. Metabolic syndrome is known to increase cardiovascular disease & is presently a hot topic. Due to its value in predicting type 2 diabetes & its association with cardiovascular risk, the therapeutic implications cannot be over emphasized. The contents of the book are carefully selected & are of immense clinical value.

Type Book
Number Of Pages 272
Item Height 10 mm
Item Width 127 mm
Item Weight 339 Gram
Product Dimensions 127 x 10 x 201
Publisher Springer London
Format Paperback | 272

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The author's stated purpose is to provide a practical approach to the understanding of insulin resistance, obesity, hypertriglyceridemia and the subsequent proinflammatory and prothrombic states. ... This is a reference for medical students through attending physicians as well as anyone who wishes to study or obtain additional information on the metabolic syndrome. This book is written at an understandable level for all levels of scientific students of physiology. ... the book is comprehensive and an important library addition. (Vincent F. Carr, Doody's Review Service, February, 2008)

Dr Satish Mittal MBBS is a General Medical Practitioner and former General Practice Principal, East Molesey, East Surrey Health Authority, Surrey, UK; and Clinical Governance Lead and Chairman of Clinical Governance Committee, East Elmbridge Primary Care Group, Esher, Surrey, UK. He previously worked as a registrar in cardiology and general medicine. He also previously published books entitled Coronary Heart Disease in clinical Practice (Springer), Heart Disease and its Risk Factors (Ajanta International), 501 Women's Questions Answered (Ajanta), Everyday Child Care (Ajanta), and Women and Their Health Clarewood).