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Word: cardiologist

Definition: doctor specializing in ailments of the heart


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Born in Poona, India, two years after India’s independence from British rule, Chopra was inspired from a young age to follow his father, Krishan Chopra (1919–2001) a renowned Indian cardiologist. Krishan Chopra was a Fellow of the Royal Hospital of Physicians and served as head of the Department of Medicine and Cardiology at Mool Chand Khairati Ram Hospital, New Delhi, for over 25 years.
He also secured funding from a somewhat unlikely partner: Phil Romano, an entrepreneur who founded restaurant chains such as Fuddruckers and The Macaroni Grill, offered to put up $250,000 in exchange for a stake in the product, which Palmaz began co-developing with Dr. Richard Schatz, a cardiologist at Brooke Army Medical Center.
His son, named Risteárd Mulcahy, was for many years a cardiologist in Dublin.
His son, Rok Accetto, is a renown Slovenian cardiologist.
In 1980 his brother, cardiologist Michael J. Halberstam, was murdered during a burglary.
José Maria Moreira do Bonfim (priest); Dr. José Maria Bonfim Morais (Cardiologist); Dr. Hideraldo Dwight Leitão (Teacher); Rosa Ferreira de Morais (Teacher); Antonio dos Santos Cavalcante ( Deputy); Expedito Machado and Sérgio Machado (Business Man); José Lins de Albuquerque (Politic) and Dr. João Afonso Almeida Vale Filho, (Writer, Teacher and Economist).
Samuel Albert Levine (1891-1966) was an influential American cardiologist. The Levine scale, Levine's sign and Lown–Ganong–Levine syndrome are named after him.
The IBM 5880 was designed to analyze electrocardiograms, measurements of the electrical activity of the heart, and provide diagnostic advice to the same standards as a cardiologist. Similar programs already ran on mainframe computers, but the 5880 was the first version that could be placed in a cart and taken into hospital conditions.
This collection of clinical findings was unknown until the explanation of the sickle cells in 1910 by a Chicago cardiologist and professor of medicine James B. Herrick (1861–1954), whose intern Ernest Edward Irons (1877–1959) found "peculiar elongated and sickle-shaped" cells in the blood of Walter Clement Noel, a 20-year-old first-year dental student from Grenada, after Noel was admitted to the Chicago Presbyterian Hospital in December 1904 suffering from anaemia.
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