Michael Bristow Antiadrenergic Therapy of Chronic Heart Failure : Surprises and New Opportunities

@inproceedings{Bristow2003MichaelBA,
  title={Michael Bristow Antiadrenergic Therapy of Chronic Heart Failure : Surprises and New Opportunities},
  author={Michael Bristow},
  year={2003}
}
The great British-American scientist-philosopher Alfred North Whitehead divided progress into three stages, the second of which was termed precision, in which the “right ways and wrong ways” of an original idea are elucidated.1 During this period, reinterpretation of the basic idea occurs and is essential to progress. Whitehead’s message is that important ideas are dynamic instruments that are constantly changing as new and usually unexpected information becomes available. This is why tests of… CONTINUE READING