cardiothoracic


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cardiothoracic

/car·dio·tho·rac·ic/ (-thah-ras´ik) pertaining to the heart and the thorax.

cardiothoracic

(kär′dē-ō-thə-răs′ĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to the heart and the chest.

cardiothoracic

Pertaining to the heart and the chest cavity and its contents.
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Founded in 1964, the Society of Thoracic Surgeons is a non-profit organization representing more than 7,100 cardiothoracic surgeons, researchers, and allied healthcare professionals worldwide involved with surgeries of the heart, lung and esophagus as well as other procedures within the chest.
The Cardiothoracic Surgery department has four consultant cardiac surgeons and two consultant thoracic surgeons.
Currently, the use of these robots for complex cardiothoracic procedures is increasing very rapidly worldwide.
Buckingham Palace said: "Following tests at Papworth Cardiothoracic Hospital in Cambridge this evening the Duke of Edinburgh was found to have a blocked coronary artery which caused his chest pains.
The good doctor earlier served two years on active duty in the Navy as assistant chair of the cardiothoracic surgery department at Balboa Naval Medical Center in San Diego and on assignment in Adak, Alaska; he received an honorable discharge with the rank of lieutenant commander.
Damascus, (SANA) - The 1st conference of the Arab Association for Cardiothoracic Surgery on Sunday kicked off at al-Bassel Heart Center.
My wife, family and myself cannot praise Mr J Parmar,cardiothoracic surgeon and his clinical team enough for my successful operation and I would also like to praise all the staff, including the tea and cleaning ladies who also play their part in the Cardiothoracic Unit, Ward 11, for all the care and kindness shown to me during my stay in hospital.
Commissioned on 22 May 1973, Air Marshal Ganguly did his MBBS from Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Pune in 1972 and specialized in Cardiothoracic Surgery in 1989.
Complications in cardiothoracic surgery; avoidance and treatment, 2d ed.
It was performed using the names of specialist surgeons who have practised cardiothoracic surgery in South Africa (SA), universities in SA that have departments of cardiothoracic surgery, academic teaching hospitals, cities in which the university teaching units are found, and the word 'cardiothoracic'.
He planted a tree outside what used to be called the Cardiothoracic Centre in Braodgreen.