The Cardiologist

Kuchna, John; de Gennaro, Renee
November 2007
Pharmaceutical Representative;Nov2007, Vol. 37 Issue 11, p32
The article presents the third part of a series on cardiology, the role of cardiologists, and its related key resources. It is inferred that a cardiologist specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of defects and diseases of the cardiovascular system which includes the heart and blood vessels. Furthermore, the author averred that a cardiologist could have a short- or long-term relationship with their patients, and some of their unique characteristics include making sound clinical judgments.


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