Preface
Asymptomatic individuals – risk stratification in the prevention of coronary heart disease
Clinical presentation and diagnosis of coronary artery disease: stable angina
Non-invasive investigations
Invasive investigations and revascularisation
Inflammatory mechanisms
Unstable angina: the first 48 hours and later in-hospital management
The acute management of myocardial infarction
Later management of documented ischaemic heart disease: secondary prevention and rehabilitation
What is the optimal medical management of ischaemic heart failure?
Diabetes
Non-surgical treatment of patients with peripheral vascular disease
Ischaemic heart disease presenting as arrhythmias
Angiogenesis, protein and gene delivery
Stent development and local drug delivery
Laser revascularisation
Minimally invasive therapy and robotics
Neuromodulation for chronic refractory angina