Examples of cardiology in a Sentence
a doctor who specializes in cardiology
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Neag and his wife, Carole, also gave millions to cancer, cardiology and orthopedics programs at UConn Health, the School of Nursing and the British literature program.
But the company that ran the study was sold, and the buyer shut down its cardiology division.
Because his father had heart disease, Dr. Holland originally gravitated toward a career in cardiology.
In 1928, his family moved to a rowhouse on East 36th St. when his father came to Johns Hopkins Hospital to practice cardiology.
His father was a judge who suffered from heart disease, leading a young Dr. Holland to initially pursue cardiology, and his mother was a homemaker who yearned to become a nurse.
But now the clinic has expanded services to the surrounding community, offering primary care and specialty care services via telemedicine, including neurology, cardiology and diabetes education.
Mortara Instrument invents and manufactures medical devices for diagnostic cardiology and patient monitoring.
Assigned to teach flight surgeons how to interpret electrocardiograms, Dr. Moss read up on the subject and embraced cardiology.
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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).
CARDIOLOGY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cardiology for English Language Learners
medical : the study of the heart and of diseases that affect the heart
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