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Branch of Cardiology:
It is a branch of cardiology that deals with Catheter Based Treatment of Structural Heart Diseses
It involves Cardiac Cathetrization and procedures like Angioplasty and stents placement and following procedures
Valvuloplasty dilation of valves
Congenital Heart Defect corection like ASD, VSD&PDA
Percutaneous Valve Repair or Repacement
Vast Scope ...Read more
Consult: The Cardiologist and his/her staff will talk with you to get a medical history, do a physical exam (not a complete one like when you get an annual physical), and some simple tests may be done during that first visit. Based on what is found, further tests may be ordered. Be prepared to ask questions and get all your concerns addressed. ...Read more
Helps Both Sides: A biv (biventricular pacemaker) helps coordinate 2 of the hearts 4 chambers proper heart beat so they can pump more effectively. This implanted device is placed in patients with advanced heart failure. Sequential pacing helps move blood through the heart in a stronger progression. Improves quality of life, ability to exercise, decreases hospitalizations, can lengthen life. ...Read more
Littman: Stethescopes.Get a more detailed answer ›
What are some different types of medical tech jobs in cardiology that I could consider as a career?
Cardiology My first 3 echocradiogram read IAS intact, then change in 2011 to IAS no trans septal flow detected. What dose it mean? Can not get answer
No change: These are 2 ways of saying the same thing. They both say that the septum (wall) between the two atria (upper chambers of heart) is not allowing any blood to flow through it. This is normal. ...Read more
Advice on best cardiology in the s. Have debilitating chestpainandpressure. 32f. Tests ok. Anxiety ok. Pah, mvd. Ruining my life. Need outsidebox help?
Sometimes it is more important to know where the pain is not coming from. In your case, they told you it is not the heart and that should be reassuring.
There are multiple reasons for chest pain and it may be difficult or impossible to find the one. Discuss it again with your pcp or cardiologist because pain is still pain but if it is not the heart, it is unlikely to be dangerous. ...Read more
Consult: A cardiology consultation usually consists of a history and physical exam with the cardiologist. The Doc will review in detail any records and data available on the patient. Generally the Doc will discuss the findings and what the Doctor believes needs to be done for the patient. Additional testing or examinations may be recommended and specific treatments may be recommended. ...Read more
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This is a decent start but your cardiologist will be able to provide you with more resources. ...Read more
What could it mean if an ejection fraction was 55% 8 years ago and is %75 now? (cardiology did not have old report to compare
Ok, to be an interventional cardiology what kind of learning to do we learn. What practices to we do? Give examples please. Thank you?
Training: College degree -> mcat -> medical school -> internal medicine residency (3years) -> cardiology fellowship (3years) learning basics of all aspects of cardiology, including performing many heart catheterizations, a learning/performing many non-invasive cardiac tests -> finally, subspecialty fellowship in interventional cardiology (1 year). ...Read more
I have chest pain for two years. This pain is in the right side. What can I do? I went to the cardiology and I did test and is ok. Please help me
Where can I get free and in online cardiology books, magazines, articles, and more but let it be about interventional cardiologist or just cardiology?
Library: Try a medical school library. If you need good basic info for a project try cardiosmart. Org. ...Read more
As I said the other day, I have costochondritis and the dr is in cardiology and she said that the colchicine 0.6mg might help for the pain for costo?
Transposition: Transposition of the great arteries a kind of congenital heart disease. Occurs when the pulmonary artery that carries blood from heart to lungs comes from the left side of heart (abnormal) instead of right (normal); and the aorta which carries blood from heart to rest of body comes from the right side of heart (abnormal) instead of the left (normal). ...Read more
Peds Card: A pediatric cardiologist is an expert in childrens' hearts. They treat birth defects involving the heart, heart rhythm problems, hypertension, syncope, high cholesterol, etc... An appointment is like any other dr, except they will probably get an electrocardiogram and/or echocardiogram. These are specialized tests to evaluate the heart. ...Read more
Radiation exposure: There most certainly is radiation exposure with nuclear cardiology stress testing whether it is with thallium, sestamibi, or any of the pet imaging agents. The exposure is minimal but real and the risk vs. Benefit to the patient needs to be considered before ordering the study. Pregnant women should not have these studies and young women can have a very small but increased risk of breast cancer. ...Read more
Look up dr mazin ghanim.
Many cardiologists in houston with both ut and baylor medical schools, and the texas heart institute. ...Read more
Yes: There is a great need for pediatric cardiolology abroad. Congenital heart defects affect 1 in every 100 kids. Other issues that these doctors are experts in include heart rhythm problems, syncope, hypertension, etc... And in 3rd world countries they see diseases like rheumatic fever which affects heart valves. There is also a shortage of pediatric heart surgeons. ...Read more
Kid's Heart doctor: A pediatric cardiologist is a heart doctor for children. When your child sees this doctor, then they will likely be evaluated for heart problems. A heart doctor usually gets an ultrasound of the heart (echo) to look at the anatomy of your child's heart and to see if its pumping (functioning) okay. Sometimes the electrical properties of the heart will also be looked at with an ekg. ...Read more