heart surgeon

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Noun1.heart surgeon - a specialist in cardiologyheart surgeon - a specialist in cardiology; a specialist in the structure and function and disorders of the heart
medical specialist, specialist - practices one branch of medicine
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heart surgeon

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A PIONEERING engineer and a cardiac surgeon will be among the line-up of experts at innovation conference VentureFest Tees Valley at Wynyard Hall on September 13.
Summary: Dubai Healthcare City Authority suspends licence of cardiac surgeon after inquiry finds mismanagement
LAHORE -- By the personal efforts and special initiative taken by the Secretary Specialized Healthcare and Medical Education Department Punjab, Najam Ahmad Shah, the Cardiac Unit of Mayo Hospital has become fully operationalized, where Cardiac Surgeon Dr.
And it is Harvard University trained, internationally acclaimed Cardiac Surgeon and Healthcare Economist Dr Mukesh Hariawala.
Once the cardiac surgeon and other supporting staff is also appointed, cardiac surgery facilities can also be made available.
In coming years, primary care physicians and cardiologists may find it increasingly difficult to refer patients to a cardiac surgeon of excellent quality.
However, studies that have examined other potential benefits hint at a role for the drug in conditions including chronic heart failure and fetal-growth restriction, according to cardiac surgeon Shahzad G.
The consultant cardiac surgeon was suspended last year while a review of her work was carried out.
A cardiac surgeon from outside the Broadgreen hospital has been looking into a number of her cases involving patients who were treated since October 2002.
The doctor who saved a man's life by performing open heart surgery on a pub floor "did just the right thing", a leading cardiac surgeon said yesterday.
Fontana knew about the technique, a minimally invasive approach to heart surgery, because he has used it in his work as a cardiac surgeon at Cedars Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles.
The main reasons for this according to Dr Yadava are the six to nine years of arduous training that goes into making a cardiac surgeon, the long and punishing working hours, and also the fact that the individual programmes in this stream are often personality driven.