cardiology

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Words related to cardiology

the branch of medicine dealing with the heart and its diseases

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The faculty are world renowned experts in the field of cardiovascular medicine, who have been providing this extensive review for the last 20 years in Rochester, Minnesota.
Clinton Hospital welcomed physicians from the UMass Memorial Heart and Vascular Center of Excellence as they joined the hospital's cardiovascular medicine program.
His demand for perfection in every aspect of cardiovascular medicine, research, teaching and clinical care set the standards which are followed to this day.
Under Eric's leadership, the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine has seen tremendous growth and gained significant national and international recognition for its leading-edge practices and groundbreaking research," said Delos "Toby" M.
The activity combines the review of established principles with state-of-the-art changes and novel concepts in the rapidly advancing broad field of cardiovascular medicine.
William Abraham, chief of cardiovascular medicine at Ohio State and co-principal investigator of the national trial.
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Professor Francisco Fernandez-Aviles, professor of cardiovascular medicine and chief of cardiology service at HGU G Maranon, and Dr.
Gibbons serves on the Editorial Boards of several major journals in the field of cardiovascular medicine and imaging.
Results from this pilot study promote the potential benefits of supplementing chromium picolinate and biotin with one's daily diabetes care regimen," said Gregory Singer, MD, lead author and cardiovascular medicine specialist at Yale University School of Medicine.
Approximately 60 percent of Baxter's European revenue comes from products for renal therapy, cardiovascular medicine and blood therapy, which generally occupy the number 1 or 2 positions in the market.
Vaughan, MD, FACC, Chief, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, and at Texas Heart Institute at St.
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