Cardiology №1: Nurse (Senior)
Cardiology №1: Doctor's office (Post 1)
Cardiology №1: Doctor's office (Post 2)
Cardiology №2: Nurse (Senior)
Cardiology №2: Doctor's office (Post 1)
Cardiology №2: Doctor's office (Post 2)
Cardiology №2: Post
Cardiology is an extensive section of medicine that studies the human cardiovascular system: the structure and development of the heart and blood vessels, their functions, and diseases, including studying the causes of their occurrence, development mechanisms, clinical manifestations, diagnostic issues as well as developing of effective methods for their treatment and prevention.
The main causes of cardiovascular diseases are impaired functioning of the heart and blood vessels. A cardiologist is involved in the treatment of all cardiovascular diseases. Self-medication or correction of treatment is completely unacceptable.
A cardiologist should be consulted at the slightest sign of a heart or vascular disease, because a common feature of almost all cardiovascular diseases is the progressive nature of the disease. The earlier the stage of the disease reveals upon examination by a cardiologist, the easier it is to treat. When contacting a cardiologist, you will receive a full range of examinations according to clinical protocols. The disease often develops completely imperceptibly for the patient and deviations from the norm can be established only during the examination by a cardiologist. Therefore, preventive visits to a cardiologist with a mandatory ECG are necessary at least once a year.