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General anesthesia for cardiac MRI follows the same principles as any other anesthetic technique in children with heart disease. High-risk inherent risk imaging in patients with medical or health risks, imaging with equipment risks, and imaging with procedure risks such as MRI-guided surgery and minimally invasive procedures. Patients who have undergone previous cardiac surgery can have an MRI. Patients with pacemakers and defibrillators are absolute contraindications. An in newborn infants, infants, and small children, MRI requires deep sedation or general anesthesia. MRI challenges include limited access to the patient and equipment, a low ambient temperature with the risk of hypothermia, and a noisy unfamiliar environment due to the remote location from the operating room. Anesthesia for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in the form of moderate sedation, deep sedation, monitored anesthesia care, general anesthetic, or ventilator and critical care support.



Cardiovascular Toxicology is a branch of toxicology that focuses on the harmful effects of toxic chemicals on the heart and blood systems. It compiles safety data on the detrimental effects of new cardiovascular medications. Endothelial cell pharmacology deals with the modifications of endothelial cells and the vasculature, which play a crucial role in the pathogenesis of a wide range of the most dreadful of human diseases, as endothelial cells play a vital role in the maintenance of patent and functional capillaries.

Patients with varied cardiovascular problems are treated by nurses who specialize in cardiac nursing. Under the supervision of a cardiologist, cardiac nurses assist in the treatment of conditions such unstable angina, cardiomyopathy, coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, myocardial infarction, and cardiac dysrhythmia. A surgical unit's postoperative care, stress test evaluations, cardiac and vascular monitoring, and health evaluations are all responsibilities carried out by cardiac nurses. Coronary care units (CCU), cardiac catheterization, intensive care units (ICU), operation theatre, cardiac rehabilitation facilities, clinical research, cardiac surgery wards, cardiovascular intensive care units (CVICU), and cardiac medical wards are just a some of the situations where cardiac nurses work.


Cardiovascular surgery, also known as thoracic surgery, is a branch of medicine that involves the surgical treatment of organs inside the thorax and is performed on the heart or major vessels by cardiac surgeons. There are five different types of cardiac surgery. Heart bypass surgery Modern cardiothoracic surgery Transplantation of the heart Coronary artery bypass surgery Minimally invasive surgery and surgeries are performed to treat the complexity of ischemic heart disease, correct congenital heart disease, or treat vascular heart disease caused by a variety of causes such as endocarditis, rheumatic heart disease, and atherosclerosis. Advances in cardiac surgery and cardiopulmonary bypass techniques have greatly reduced the mortality rates of these procedures. To avoid complications, the surgery necessitates postoperative care. Laceration care is required to avoid infection and scarring. As previously stated, swelling and loss of appetite are common. The most common type of heart surgery is coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG). CABG increases the flow of blood to the heart.


Congenital heart disease is a heart abnormality that takes place at birth. Cardiac abnormalities are mainly caused by abnormal development of the heart and circulatory system before birth. Several factors, including infection and the mother's use of certain drugs during pregnancy, can cause abnormal development. Some congenital cardiac abnormalities are genetic and can be transferred through generations as autosomal or sex-linked traits.



A cardiology clinical case report provides an appropriate convention for all cardiologists by rendering their important clinical cases of late occurrence. Learning from medical cases is a valuable experience for clinicians, students, and paramedics. Rare medical reports and conditions discovered using cutting-edge examination methods are energized. Furthermore, studying diagnostic methods from medical cases and symptom interpretation is important for training and developing thought processes used in the clinical field.



Cardiology conferences raise awareness about risk factor modification for heart disease. Cardiovascular services can help with the prevention, management, and treatment of cardiovascular diseases. It primarily reduces premature death in people at risk of cardiovascular disease. The primary treatment of cardiovascular disease can be accomplished by focusing on diet and lifestyle interventions.Early diagnosis of the condition increases the likelihood of effective treatment. An examination of ethnic and socioeconomic disparities in heart disease and the risks associated with it.



Cardiovascular Medicine is the most widely used provider of cardiovascular services, specialized in the detection, management, treatment, and prevention of various cardiovascular diseases. Cardiovascular medicine focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the heart and blood vessels, also known as the vascular system, such as coronary artery disease, heart rhythm disorders, heart failure, congenital heart defects, heart valve disease, heart muscle disease, and vascular system disorders such as aorta and other vessels.



Cardiovascular diseases related to diseases of the blood vessels or the heart. Coronary artery diseases such as myocardial infarction and angina pectoris are examples of cardiovascular disease. They also include stroke, heart failure, hypertensive heart disease, cardiomyopathy, arrhythmias, congenital heart failure, vascular heart disease, cordites, aortic aneurysms, and thromboembolic disease.



Cardiac surgery, also known as heart surgery, is a type of surgery performed on the heart to diagnose life-threatening conditions. Depending on the condition to be corrected, the surgery can be either open-heart surgery or surgery. The goal of cardiac surgery is to improve the patient's quality of life and to extend the patient's lifespan.



Clinical cardiology is the branch of internal medicine that deals with heart disorders and diseases in humans and animals. The field includes heart failure diagnosis and treatment, congenital heart defects, coronary artery disease, vascular heart disease, and electrophysiology. It is entirely dependent on the circulatory system, also known as the cardiovascular system. During the circulation process, blood carries oxygen and nutrients from your heart to the rest of your body via a complex network of arteries, arterioles, and capillaries, while deoxygenated blood returns to your heart via venules and veins. Cardiologists are physicians who have specializing in this field. Cardiothoracic surgeons, also known as cardiac surgeons, are general surgeons who have specializing in cardiology. Clinical Cardiology is critical in the coordination of research in medical diagnosis, cardiovascular medicine, and cardiovascular surgery.



Echocardiography, also known as an echo test or heart ultrasound, is a test uses sound waves to take "moving pictures" of the heart. It isn't surgery. Echocardiography creates images of the heart using standard two-dimensional, three-dimensional, and Doppler ultrasound. It is one of the most widely accepted diagnostic tests used in cardiology. It can provide a wealth of useful information, including the size and shape of the heart (quantification of internal chamber size), pumping capacity, and the location and extent of any tissue damage. Cardiomyopathies such as hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, dilated cardiomyopathy, and others can be detected using echocardiography. Cardiovascular imaging is an important part of cardiology. Cardiovascular imaging is the action or process of producing an image, particularly of a body part (the heart), using radiographic techniques. Cross-sectional imaging studies of the heart and vascular system are interpreted. Echocardiography (Echocardiography), chest x-rays, CT, MRI, and various radionuclide techniques are examples of standard imaging tests (Radionuclide Imaging). 'Conference Series LLC Ltd collaborates with CED, a Joint Accreditation Provider, to provide CME Credits for Cardiology Meetings attended by physicians, cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, scientists, professors, and young researchers.



Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is a serious medical condition. It usually happens when the force of the blood pumping through your arteries is too strong. When your heart beats, it pushes blood through your arteries to the rest of your body. When the blood pushes harder against the walls of your arteries, your blood pressure rises. Your blood pressure may fluctuate throughout the day. It is usually higher when you first wake up, after you exercise, or when you are stressed. It is normal to have elevated blood pressure for brief periods of time. However, if your blood pressure is consistently high, it can lead to serious health problems.


After the invention of angioplasty by interventional radiologist Charles Dotter, which focuses mainly on the catheter-based treatment of structural heart diseases, Andreas Gruen zig became known as the father of interventional cardiology. By catheterization, a lot of procedures can be done out on the heart, the most frequent of which is the insertion of a sheath into the femoral artery and cannulating the heart while it is being seen on an X-ray (fluoroscopy). The radial artery can also be used for annulation, and this technique has many benefits, including easy artery accessibility in most patients, easy bleeding control even in anticoagulated patients, improved relief because patients can sit and walk right after the procedure, and a nearly total absence of clinically significant squeal in patients with a normal Allen test. The disadvantages of this methodology include artery spasm and pain, the use of larger catheters during some procedures, and more radiation exposure.



Molecular cardiology is a new and rapidly growing area of cardiovascular medicine that aims to use molecular biology practices for the diagnosis, prevention, treatment, and mechanistic investigation of cardiovascular disease. As a new field, it has altered our understanding of disease etiology, pathophysiology, and cardiovascular improvement. It has paved the way for a better understanding and monitoring of cardiovascular disease. With the rapid development and application of molecular biology techniques, scientists are getting closer to curing heart diseases that were thought to be incurable 20 years ago. To endorse the progression of stem cell therapy and gene therapy for heart diseases, a thorough understanding of the molecular mechanisms of cardiovascular diseases is obviously required.


Any surgery performed on the heart muscle, valves, arteries, or the aorta and other large arteries connected to the heart is considered heart surgery.

During "open heart surgery," you are connected to a heart-lung bypass machine, also known as a bypass pump.

While you are connected to this machine, your heart stops.

While your heart is stopped for surgery, this machine performs the functions of your heart and lungs. The machine oxygenates your blood, circulates it through your body, and removes carbon dioxide.

The following are examples of common types of open-heart surgery:

Cardiovascular bypass surgery (coronary artery bypass graft — CABG)

Heart valve replacement

Surgery to correct a birth defect in the heart.