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  • A neighbor directed Maricel to a woman who performs abortion by "catherization" - inserting

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  • My husband had a "pre-existing" condition (had a heart catherization showing no problems) and the cost for him alone would have been over $2000.00 a month.

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  • I had an endoscopy and a heart catherization last year.

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  • Thursday I go and get a heart catherization done so they can get a decent pic of the heart.

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  • With myocardial infarctions heart attacks, ERs have to document their average time for getting patients through the ER and into the heart catherization laboratory.

    YOU The Smart Patient

  • AGATSTON: Absolutely and I know Dr. Shah's work and in one of the proteins he worked with, called the Milano protein that they injected in humans and could see on ultrasound that it actually shrunk plaque in a matter of weeks and one of the exciting things is they had to document this at catherization with an invasive test, the intravascular ultrasound.

    CNN Transcript Feb 11, 2006

  • In a latest development, University of Idaho president White was admitted to hospital after complaining of chest pains and underwent emergency heart catherization.

    Drawing a Line in the Academic Sand - The Panda's Thumb

  • It is true that the number of deaths per capita has gone down, but bear in mind that today millions of Americans are saved from coronary deaths each year only by such sophisticated medical interventions as by-pass surgery, balloon catherization, and a medicine cabinet stocked with prescription drugs.

    Trans Fats

  • Most doctors consider the angiogram, also called the heart catherization really as a pre-operative test when you really think that the patient you're ordering test on needs the operation.

    CNN Transcript Sep 8, 2004

  • OZ: Well, although we think the stress hormones, as you alluded to earlier, are very important in immune function and dealing with stress, the reality is that when we have tried to measure Cortisol levels in meditation studies in the catherization laboratory, people who are about to have something big done to their heart, it's very difficult to correlate that with recovery and wellness.

    CNN Transcript Nov 2, 2003

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