I think he/she is called a cardio-vascular surgeon or pulmonary surgeon. Either one is applicable, if I remember correctly.
Simple answer is a cardiologist. That is, a heart doctor.
A nurse can only help perform surgery with a doctor. Therefore, no a nurse cannot perform surgery, unless accompanied by a doctor.
a local doctor
An open heart surgery.
The Russian cardiac surgeon, Dr. Vasilii Kolesov, was the first doctor to perform bypass surgery in the United States on May 2, 1960. The surgery was successful.
"A doctor who would perform a gastric bypass surgery would be a surgeon. You need a special license to perform surgery on someone, like extra medical school."
An optometrist is just a general eye doctor that can do anything but perform surgery. An ophthalmologist can perform surgery.
The first doctor to perform a cornea transplant was Dr. Eduard Zirm. The patient that had this surgery was Alois Gloger. The surgery was performed on December 7th 1905.
Only ophthalmologists (eye doctors) are allowed to perform Lasik eye surgery. they must have has the necessary training and be certified before being allowed to perform the surgery.
It is unlikely that they would perform surgery if they knew you had an infection. Either way your doctor will probably prescribe antibiotics.
It all depends on which doctor you have because every doctor prefers to perform the surgery at a different time period. It also depends on what stage your heart problems has advanced to.
An otolaryngolist would be the doctor to see for a deviated septum. They perform surgery of the head or neck.
There is probably no doctor in SC who will perform sex-reassignment.
Doctor Bradley Lamm in Baltimore MD
Certainly, if a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine decided to pursue a residency in cardiothoracic surgery and passed the appropriate board certification examination, then yes, they can definitely perform open heart surgery.
Yes, a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) can perform surgery after obtaining their medical license and if they completed a surgical residency.
A surgery doctor is a doctor who performs surgery in a specific area.
It depends on what type of neck surgery. Endocrinologists handle thyroid issues (the thyroid is in the front of your neck) or a orthopedic doctor also does neck surgery. Some neurosurgeons also perform neck surgery if it's related to nerves.
A prenatal cardiac surgeon -- rather a rare specialty.
Your family doctor should have a copy of Hospital letter with details of the surgery. Alternatively you can contact the Hospital and they can give you this information.
A person who prescribes Ayurvedic remedies (which is what I assume you mean by an 'Ayurvedic doctor') is not a doctor in a legal medical sense, which means they should not be performing surgery. However, a medical doctor who happens to also practice Ayurvedic medicine can perform surgery. (Although in the UK, if your surgeon still has the prefix 'Doctor', you should be worried since this means they are not qualified. When a surgeon qualifies, their 'title' goes back to "Mr/Mrs/Ms" until they become a Professor, when it goes to "Prof.")
Finding a doctor to perform this surgery will be based on where you are located. Youc an visit the website hipreplacement.zimmer.com/ for tips, and FAQs about the surgery in general.
It depends on the doctor's training and where the plastic surgery is to be done. A DDS would be interested in facial plastic surgery. If you are unsure, ask about his qualifications. They do have to pass board exams.