This book contains proceedings of the International Satellite Symposium of the 59th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Japanese Circulation Society held in April, 1995 in Nagoya, Japan. The symposium integrates the widespread recent advances on the electropharmacology of the heart from single channels to human patients. Expert researchers in basic physiology, pharmacology, clinical cardiology, and heart surgery discuss their opinions in four areas of cardiac drug and therapy development:molecular morphology and regulation of potassium channels
mode of actions and potential usefulness of specific bradycardic agents as well as potassium channel openers
cellular and clinical pharmacology of amiodarone and new Class-III antiarrhythmic drugs
advantages and disadvantages of newly introduced non-pharmacological therapy of arrhythmias such as implantable cardioverter defibrillators, catheter ablation, and surgery
Recent Progress in Electropharmacology of the Heart is a valuable reference for medical students and residents, senior investigators and researchers, and cardiologists who need an up-to-date source on the current drug treatment of arrhythmias and ischemic heart disease.
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