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catheterizations

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  • n. Plural form of catheterization.

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Examples

  • We provide: more than 20,000 outpatient visits per year at the main campus in Philadelphia and Specialty Care Centers in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. more than 50,000 tests per year, including electrocardiograms, echocardiograms and cardiac MRI, to diagnose and monitor patients. more than 1,000 cardiac catheterizations per year. consultations for infants and children at affiliated hospitals in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

    Cardiology

  • As one of the nation's largest pediatric cardiac care facilities, we perform more than 2,000 cardiac catheterizations and surgeries a year.

    Nursing

  • This technique facilitates children's catheterization and has provided autonomy for many adolescent patients to allow them to perform their own catheterizations.

    Reconstructive urologic surgery in children

  • More than 1,000 cardiothoracic surgeries, including 500 open heart procedures and more than 1,000 cardiac catheterizations per year

    About the Cardiac Center

  • Third year fellows attend fetal echocardiography clinic, observe cardiac catheterizations and surgeries, and participate in the management of neonates in the CICU.

    Neonatal-Perinatal Fellowship Curriculum

  • Jack had two heart catheterizations after his second surgery.

    Jack's Story

  • Surgeons used to perform all cardiac catheterizations; now cardiologists do many of them.

    Gowns, Germs and Steel

  • A spokeswoman for St. Joseph's said Dr. Midei's privileges remain suspended and he hasn't performed any cardiac catheterizations on patients there since May 12, 2009.

    Heart Treatment Overused

  • Currently only about 8% of cardiac catheterizations performed in the U.S. use the radial approach, says Sunil Rao, a Duke University cardiologist who favors the technique.

    Wrist May Be Route to Safer Heart Treatment

  • Mr. Woodall, who has had two heart attacks, says he has undergone about 10 cardiac catheterizations in the past decade, the last two of which were through the wrist.

    Wrist May Be Route to Safer Heart Treatment

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