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Cardiologists In Sacramento

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Business Listing   Achtel Robert A MD - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 452-5391

Business Listing   Allen Robert H MD - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 733-6850

Business Listing   Amsterdam Ezra A MD Cardiolgy UC Davis Medical GRP - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 734-3761

Business Listing   Arvin Arthur M D Inc - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 452-2011

Business Listing   Byrd Robert M MD Pedtrcs UC Davis Medical Group - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 734-3112

Business Listing   Chang Michael L MD - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 688-5551

Business Listing   Electrophysiology of Sacramentio - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 452-8291

Business Listing   Flamm M Daniel Jr MD Inc - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 733-1788

Business Listing   Ho Hung S MD Surgery-Gastrointestinal UC Davis Medic - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 734-2680

Business Listing   Medclinic Medical Group - Medclinic Downtown- Cardiology - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 733-3344

Business Listing   Perinatal & Pediatric Specialists Medical Grop Inc - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 454-3333

Business Listing   Regional Cardiology Associates - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 564-3040

Business Listing   Sacramento Heart & Vascular Medical Associates - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 688-1600

Business Listing   UC Davis Medical Group - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 734-5513

Business Listing   Wolff Larry J MD - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 451-3400

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Helpful Definition for: Cardiologists

Cardiologists in Sacramento are medical specialists dealing with disorders of the human heart and blood vessels. They diagnose and treat congenital heart defects, coronary artery diseases, heart failures, valvular heart disease and specialize in electrophysiology. They are concerned with the normal functionality of the heart and deviations from a healthy heart. The popular procedures used to counter coronary diseases are interventions through angioplasty, stenting, coronary artery bypass surgery, and enhanced external counterpulsation. The devices used are stethoscope, pacemakers, defibrillator, heart-lung machine, ventricular assist device and intra- aortic balloon pump. The diagnostic tests and procedures are blood tests, echocardiogram, cardiac stress test, and electrocardiogram.

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