cardiac assessment

car·di·ac as·sess·ment

(kahr'dē-ak ă-ses'mĕnt)
The appraisal of the cardiovascular system by a health care provider.
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But based on a cardiac assessment, Jackson said his overall health "is excellent".
According to Dr Badr, the Heart Failure Clinic is equipped with state-of-the-art medical equipment, including an electrocardiograph, radiography and ultrasound equipment, as well as cardiac assessment and re-evaluation devices.
Badr, the Heart Failure Clinic is equipped with state-of-the-art medical equipment, including an electrocardiograph, radiography, and ultrasound equipment, as well as cardiac assessment and re-evaluation devices.
Caption: A cat who becomes lethargic for no apparent reason might need a cardiac assessment.
We present a case of one year old boy who was referred from a peripheral hospital for cardiac assessment to rule out CHD because of h/o increase work of breathing since birth and intermittent cyanosis specially on crying.
If these conditions are not present (and an immediate referral is not required), you can turn your attention to the cardiac assessment.
A transthoracic echocardiogram was performed but the patient had a poor echocardiographic window that precluded an adequate structural and functional cardiac assessment.
SADS UK has urged government to introduce cardiac assessment at the GP surgery to question family and personal medical history to identify people at risk.
Our findings give support for cardiac assessment in people with reduced bone mineral density and warrant further exploration of underlying biological mechanisms," said lead author, Dr.
Quality Systems Division, and Is responsible forthe Cardiac Assessment Control Products.
Services including GP practices, urgent care and treatment, cardiac assessment, renal dialysis, out-patients, dedicated children s department, X-ray and imaging will be located on the ground floor.
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