Cardiologist Monmouth County NJ

Cardiologist Monmouth County NJ are qualified to treat heart attacksheart failureheart valve diseasearrhythmia, and high blood pressure. Cardiologists work in hospitals as well as private practices. To make a diagnosis, cardiologists may give physical exams, order tests — such an electrocardiogram (EKG), blood tests, exercise stress tests — as well as interpret tests. They may also prescribe medicine, recommend lifestyle changes such as diet, exercise, reducing stress levels and managing weight. Cardiologists can perform procedures such as implanting a pacemaker or inserting a cardiac catheter. Cardiologists may teach at universities and do research within labs to develop new treatments.
These doctors have trained specifically in the field of cardiology. Cardiologists go through medical school before focusing on heart-related specialties.
A typical cardiologist undergoes at least 10 years of medical training. This includes four years of medical school and three years of training within internal medicine. Finally, a cardiologist must undergo three additional years of medical training specific to cardiology. They must then pass a cardiovascular disease exam given by the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM). When you visit the cardiologist, they will talk with you to learn more about your symptoms and your habits. They may also perform a series of tests to identify specific cardiovascular conditions. Testing on cardiologist patients may include: These tests will evaluate your overall heart health. Once the cardiologist analyzes your test results, they will diagnose your condition and recommend a treatment plan. Common cardiology conditions include congenital heart diseasecoronary artery disease, and vascular disease. Cardiologist treatment plans may include prescriptions or advice about diet and lifestyle changes. More serious conditions may require heart surgery of varying degrees.

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