Around 23,000 Cardiologists across US.
In the US, a medical license is required.
Cardiologists specialize in dealing with the disorders of the heart. @ a hospital
Yes cardiologists do perform surgery.
Cardiologists specialize in the cardiovascular system.
Cardiologists work in hospitals, private offices/clinics. Interventional cardiologists work in the cath lab, and clinics. Electrophysiologists work in the cath lab, hospitals, and clinics.
A pericardial cyst is an uncommon congenital anomaly. These are benign cysts that are treated by cardiologists and pediatric cardiologists.
a job of responsiblity
Depends where they work.
Cardiologists don't generally perform surgery. Cardiovascular surgeons work together to perform certain surgeries.
Cardiologists earn anywhere from $418,000 to over $537,000 annually. Cardiologists diagnose and treat diseases and disorders of the heart and circulatory system.
Pediatric cardiologists have a medical background in pediatrics and cardiology. Also, cardiologists tend to address heart disease while pediatric cardiologists are more familiar with congenital issues. See :http://www.thic.com/pediatriccard.htm
Cardiologists specialize in the heart.
If you primary care doctor has recommended you to a cardiologist I would ask him for a referral. You can also look online for cardiologists in the New York City Area.
Cardiologists don't have any values. They cut out human heart's and devour them. Cardiologists are just fancy names for medical vampires, or, M.V.
There are many types of doctors. Some of the different type of doctors include chiropractors, surgeons, internists, cardiologists and neurologists.
I dont know. Ask your mom
like 50,000$ i guess