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  • n. Plural form of cardiologist.

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Examples

  • What we have here, for you non-cardiologists, is a failure to communicate.

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  • My dealings with the cardiologists are a whole 'nother topic.

    Medpundit

  • So, at that point, we immediately moved him back into intensive care services, to the trauma section, and called the cardiologists, which came in immediately and evaluated him and subsequently led to his cardiac health (ph).

    CNN Transcript Feb 14, 2006

  • The cardiologists were the first to flag concerns five years ago about a type of implantable defibrillator made by Guidant Corp., which was since acquired by Boston Scientific.

    Features from Minnesota Public Radio

  • It spent $16.6 million on charity care last year and another $16.2 million to subsidize specialists, such as cardiologists, who wouldn't otherwise work in the neighborhood because reimbursements are so low.

    Pursuing Charitable Mission Leaves a Hospital Struggling

  • Unlike psychiatrists, the real doctors such as cardiologists talk about disease diagnoses in terms of causes (coronary artery disease), rather than symptoms (hurty chest disease).

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  • Prof Odell warned if cardiothoracic surgery should decline, the ripple effect would be an additional exodus of other associated disciplines such as cardiologists, pathologists, technologists and intensive care nurses.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Regional Medical Center, signed on several specialists such as cardiologists, psychiatrists and a plastic surgeon and worked to revamp the hospital's financially troubled image.

    Corpus Christi Caller Times Stories

  • And as more specialists - such as cardiologists, endocrinologists and neurologists - join the exodus from private practice, hospitals face tougher competition in attracting new specialists and retaining the ones already working in the hospital.

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  • Brown isn't a radiologist but he's been trained on the point of care technology, as it is called, which is also attracting interest from all kinds of medical specialists such as cardiologists, obstetrician/gynecologists, general surgeons and even family doctors.

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