Examples of cardiology in a Sentence
a doctor who specializes in cardiology
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This is one of the few studies in cardiology in which a sham procedure was given to controls who were then compared to patients receiving the actual treatment.
Excessive cardiac imaging unnecessarily exposes patients to radiation, the cardiology group says.
In 2011, Louis Teichholz, Hackensack’s chief of cardiology, in collaboration with the hospital’s pharmacy services department, launched a meds-to-beds program that targeted recent stent patients.
Proceeds from Scoop Night will benefit CCMC's cardiology division.
Services include cancer care and robotic surgery, a level III neonatal intensive care unit for high risk infants and cardiology services.
Preliminary research presented at a cardiology conference in April found that taller and bigger women are nearly three times as likely to develop atrial fibrillation, a dangerous heart rhythm disorder.
The 38,400-square-foot, two-story medical office building will offer primary care, obstetrics, gastrointestinal care, orthopedics, cardiology, neurology, neurosurgery, ophthalmology and specialty care programs.
Three cardiologists have joined the Heartwell cardiology group at its Kendall locations.
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The Heart of cardiology
The root card- (closely related to cord) shows up in many heart-related words. Cardiologists frequently find themselves studying cardiograms, the charts of heart activity, made by machines called cardiographs. Heart attacks, and deaths caused by them, have both declined as a result of better medical emergency procedures, cholesterol-lowering drugs, and a decline in smoking. But the factors likely to actually improve heart health, such as better diets and more cardiovascular exercise (exercise, such as running, that improves the heart and blood vessels), haven't made any progress at all. So we should all be prepared to perform *cardiopulmonary resuscitation * (an emergency procedure done on someone whose heart has stopped, to get the heart and lungs working again).
Origin and Etymology of cardiology
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