Examples of cardiology in a Sentence
a doctor who specializes in cardiology
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Down one flight sits a primary care and cardiology clinic with 11 exam rooms and one procedure room spread over 7,620 square feet.
The probe examined 32,000 cardiology appointments from Oct. 1, 2014, to Feb. 26, 2016, finding that about 15 percent were canceled.
For the 23rd straight year, U.S. News ranked the Clinic the No. 1 hospital for cardiology and heart surgery.
The groom, 30, is a cardiology fellow at Staten Island University Hospital.
Tall and wiry, Poulter had a solidly middle-class upbringing as the son of a cardiology professor in the prosperous London neighborhood of Hammersmith.
Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston ranked first in cardiology and heart surgery.
The largest cardiology practice in North Alabama has a new leader.
The list breaks down the top 50 children’s hospitals in 10 pediatric specialities, including cancer, cardiology, heart surgery, diabetes, and gastroenterology.
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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
First Known Use: 1847See Words from the same year
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