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  • n. Plural form of cath.


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  • Now we have heart caths and pacemakers and stents and bypass surgery.

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  • He couldn't stand to be away from his baby when she went through her frequent heart caths, and surgeries.

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  • Nearly everyone who doesn't have a doctor who admits to the hospital needs a hospitalist, including patients that need cardiac caths and surgeries, so, it's in the hospital's best interest to keep everyone happy by providing easy access to an internist for everyone so the patients can get admitted and out of my department....

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  • Otherwise, you'd have invasive cardiologists running the ED between caths.

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  • New Mobility magazine did a story last December on urinary catheters and Medicare only paying for four caths per month.

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  • I had a return check-up at my doctor's office after all the stress tests, heart caths, MRIs, etc.

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  • There were males participating in practice breast and pelvic exams, practice caths by male students supervised by male doctor, surgery, prep, and post op care.

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  • Murray, I think a Cardiologist, to practice Anesthesia and Pain Management specialities, he was practicing outside his chosen realm and should have stuck to heart caths.

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  • Our services include primary care centers, homecare/hospice, behavioral health, PET-scan, cardiac caths and open-heart surgeries. - News

  • We think such a technique can potentially improve outcomes in coronary and general vascular caths, by improving the precision and duration of these procedures.



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