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Increasingly, physicians have been involved in the planning phases of complicated medical facilities. This has generally required interdisciplinary interchange involving engineers, nurses, hospital administrators and architects. It is probably quite apt that this guide to the planning and design of cardiac care facilities has been written by two members of the School of Architecture of the University of Michigan. There has been appropriate contribution to their efforts by well-recognized cardiologists.
While there are concise reviews of the historical development of coronary care and accurate statements of the major medical problems involved, the thrust of the book is in planning for
Planning for Cardiac Care. A Guide to the Planning and Design of Cardiac Care Facilities.. Ann Intern Med. 1975;82:127. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-82-1-127_2
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