Cardiology

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  • The Human Heart Of Cardiology

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    Cardiology The human heart has a special characteristic, it has its own electrical impulse, which allows it to beat normally outside of the human body as long as it has sufficient oxygen levels. The term cardiology refers to the medical branch which focuses on disease and irregularities of the heart. A cardiologist focuses on the individual area of the body that is the heart and these doctors focus on preventing and treating illnesses of the whole heart or single vessels or arteries. Technology

  • The Medical Science Of Cardiology

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    Young 1 The Medical Science of Cardiology Have you ever felt your heart race after a run, or when you watch a movie, your heart stops? Well, your heart is an incredibly important organ within the human body that keeps you alive and helps run your body. The heart is such an important component of the body. If something goes wrong, it needs to be taken care of immediately; this urgent job is given to cardiologists. Cardiology is the medical science of treatment of the heart. This science is

  • Cardiology and Coronary Artery Disease Essay

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    is being a doctor. There are various types of medical fields that one can choose to study. Nowadays, when one wants to major in a medical field, their automatic medical field is to study Neurology or Cardiology. Both of these medical fields are extremely important and well known, especially Cardiology. According to current researchers, cardiac-related diseases are the most deadly and most occurring compared to other diseases. “As of 2008, 17.3 million or 30% of the global deaths were related to cardiovascular

  • The Electrocardiograph. Modern Day Cardiology Traces Its

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    The Electrocardiograph Modern day cardiology traces its roots from the complex study of the heart’s electrical impulses. This was made possible through the electrocardiograph or the EKG, a device created to capture and record the heart’s bioelectrical activity. Developed in the early 20th century, this apparatus became one of the most influential technologies in clinical medicine and an invaluable tool for many physicians. John Burnett of the London Science Museum, considered the electrocardiograph

  • Cardiology Is The Leading Cause Of Death For Men And Young Adults

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    Cardiology Did you know about 610,000 people die of heart disease in the United States every year that’s 1 in every 4 deaths… WOW! Also, did you know heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. More than half of the deaths due to heart disease in 2009 were in men. A career in cardiology is important because this field can help save someone’s life. A career in cardiology can be beneficial to society today

  • Dr. Osama Khayat : An Introduction About The Hospital And Cardiology Department

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    In the first week of elective, we met Dr. Osama Khayat who gave us an introduction about the hospital and cardiology department, and he asked us some questions about our university and in which year we are. After that pleasure meeting with Dr. Osama, he also introduced us to the medical team, which consist of a consultant, residents, interns and nurses at the Coronary Care Unit (CCU). After that, we started the ward rounds with them in the CCU. We began in room one, there was a 56-year-old male patient

  • Heart Failure : The American Heart Association ( Aha ) / American College Of Cardiology Guidelines1 Essay

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    In the American Heart Association (AHA)/American College of Cardiology guidelines1, heart failure (HF) is defined as a complex clinical syndrome that can result from any structural or functional cardiac disorder that impairs the ability of the ventricle to fill or eject blood. A normal healthy heart is a muscular organ with four chambers, two on the right and two on the left, that pumps blood to the lungs and rest of the body2. The two upper chambers are called atria and the two lower chambers

  • Medicine and Cardiology

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    Cardiology is mainly perceived as a study of the functions and disorders of the heart. However, it is really much more than that. Since 13,000 B.C. medicine has been a thriving area of study. Even more specifically than that, the heart has been a thriving area of study. As a result of the heart being the organ that keeps one alive, numerous physicians from the past and the present strived to decipher the heart. Since the heart has yet to be completely figured out, cardiology proves to be a promising

  • Cardiology : The Essence Of Life

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    The Essence of Life Cardiology has always been known as merely the study of the functions and issues of the heart. However, cardiology is an extreme in depth topic that is overlooked by many. The journey of medicine began around 5000 years ago by Egyptians who were the first known people to record the practice of organized medicine. The practice of medicine has a lengthy and prestigious background that outlined the creation of the majority of specialties and fields in the medical world. Of these

  • The Heart Of The Cardiology Hallway

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    “CODE BLUE! COLD BLUE”! I feel the adrenaline rush through my whole body as I pick up my legs and start to run down the Cardiology hallway. All I can think is please God, don’t let this patient die, please. As I make it around the corner and into the room, I grab a pair of gloves and secure my spot in line to relieve the person doing compressions. “STOP”, I here. My body freezes. The doctor shocks the patient and then analyzes them to see if there is a pulse. Once it is determined that there is

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