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  • care
  • Developed in response to the Department of Health's Modernising Scientific Careers programme (aimed at training expert NHS Healthcare Scientists), this course will enable you to provide the highest standard of patient-centred care. (mdx.ac.uk)
  • Xaioping Meng, MD, a cardiologist in the Jilin province and former research associate of Sperling's, wanted to establish a cardiac rehabilitation program closely aligned with Emory Healthcare's model of care due to the growing need for heart disease and stroke patients in the area. (emory.edu)
  • In the spirit of Christ and the example of Francis of Assisi, the Mission of OSF HealthCare is to serve persons with the greatest care and love in a community that celebrates the Gift of Life. (osfhealthcare.org)
  • The proposed Wearable Wireless Cardiac Monitoring (WiCard) system, aims to bring home state-of-the-art health care for people living in rural Indian villages, where thousands of death occur each year due to lack of experts and facilities. (amrita.edu)
  • Ask your doctor if you're eligible for cardiac rehabilitation at one of our acute-care locations. (hartfordhealthcare.org)
  • Written by experienced clinicians, Cardiac Care: An Introduction for Nurses takes readers step by step through the patient journey, from initial prevention through the critical period to rehabilitation or palliative care. (wiley.com)
  • A fundamental resource for all those new to cardiac care, the book provides a basic grounding in the underlying pathophysiology of the disease as well as an understanding of available treatments and provides an accessible update on the latest research and trends in the cardiac specialty. (wiley.com)
  • Accessible and interesting update on the latest research and trends in the fast-moving specialty of cardiac care. (wiley.com)
  • The book has been designed so that the reader can 'dip in' at any point, to find out about a particular aspect of cardiac care. (wiley.com)
  • 1. The context of cardiac care (Tom Quinn). (wiley.com)
  • 2. The history of cardiac care (Tom Quinn). (wiley.com)
  • It may be that we can publish more detailed information about cardiac care at St George's in the near future and we are discussing those possibilities. (stgeorges.nhs.uk)
  • diagnosis
  • The role of the healthcare scientist sits at the forefront of the medical profession, making a vital difference to the diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions. (mdx.ac.uk)
  • You will learn to execute specialist procedures in cardiac science including: echocardiography (using ultrasound to image the heart to aid diagnosis), pacemaker implantation and follow up (measurements and programming pacemaker devices), and exercise stress testing (monitoring blood vessels supplying the heart). (mdx.ac.uk)
  • The type of the diagnosis is the most important since cardiac arrhythmia is a very complex problem, having several different characteristics that need to be considered before reaching a safe diagnosis. (igi-global.com)
  • Making progress in cardiac diagnosis and treatment, including modern and wide-range surveillance, is potentially beneficial to whole societies and countries. (igi-global.com)
  • patients
  • While there, Emory faculty rounded on cardiac rehabilitation patients and were also invited speakers at the first China-U.S. Cardiac Rehabilitation Forum at the 7th Jilin Provincial Atherosclerosis Conference. (emory.edu)
  • Here's how cardiac rehabilitation works: A team of experts works with patients to track their exercise tolerance as well as factors that reflect lifestyle, diet and exercise adherence and reduction in other cardiac risk factors. (hartfordhealthcare.org)
  • To protect patients and address industry concerns about patient radiation exposure, GE Healthcare wanted to drastically reduce the scanner radiation dose. (hpe.com)
  • And while more cases of patients with co-morbidities add additional pressure on the system 3 , ultimately the goal of healthcare providers remains the same. (philips.cz)
  • The editors and contributors have years of experience caring for patients with cardiac disorders. (wiley.com)
  • sudden
  • The sudden cardiac arrest and consequent complete impairment of blood transportation function causes irreversible mortal changes in cells in the first two minutes. (igi-global.com)
  • Monitoring
  • The main disadvantage of wearable cardiac monitoring system is the introduction of Motion Induced Artifacts (MIA), which could mimic a cardiac event. (amrita.edu)
  • services
  • GE Healthcare provides transformational medical technologies and services to meet the worldwide demand for increased access, enhanced quality and more affordable healthcare. (hpe.com)
  • The GE Healthcare Systems division delivers a wide range of technologies and services, including diagnostic imaging systems such as X-ray, digital mammography, magnetic resonance and low-dose computed tomography (CT). (hpe.com)
  • Expertise
  • Our specialist degree will equip you with the expertise and confidence to execute specialist cardiac science procedures. (mdx.ac.uk)
  • practice
  • The module introduces you to the basic principles of both physics and mathematics that are related to healthcare and ensures that you have a good range of the mathematical and statistical skills that underpin the practice of healthcare science. (mdx.ac.uk)
  • Imaging
  • Healthcare Systems division provides diagnostic imaging solutions including low-dose computed tomography. (hpe.com)
  • Additionally, combination modalities, originally developed for cancer detection and imaging, have also been applied to cardiac imaging to provide both perfusion and anatomic data (e.g. (wa.gov)
  • stress
  • The most common tests of cardiac function include the stress-electrocardiogram (EKG or ECG), or treadmill test, which measures cardiac activity via electrical signals, and the stress-echocardiogram (ECHO), which uses ultrasound to measure myocardial perfusion using 2-dimensional imagery. (wa.gov)
  • organization
  • The problem is particularly observed in developed countries with a significantly longer life expectancy (Japan, Canada) and leading in healthcare organization and research. (igi-global.com)
  • treatment
  • Cardiac tamponade can be treated, but it can return after treatment. (stdavids.com)
  • The ability to diagnose (or rule out) an arrhythmia as a symptom of cardiac disease is an important step in the treatment process. (chcf.org)
  • state-of-
  • To meet rising worldwide demand for more and better CT scanners, GE Healthcare aimed to advance the state of the art on several fronts. (hpe.com)
  • aims
  • The module aims to provide you with basic knowledge and understanding of the biology related to healthcare, with a solid foundation upon which to build the knowledge and skills required to work as a Healthcare Science Practitioner. (mdx.ac.uk)
  • provides
  • As increasing numbers have access to cardiac CT scanners, this book provides all the relevant information on this modality. (asianhhm.com)