Cardiology Core Curriculum: A Problem Based Approach
Contents: History and physical examination, ECG, CSR; non-invasive imaging and stress testing; catheterisation diagnostic and therapeutic uses; hypertension primary and secondary; atherosclerosis epidemiology, risk factors, lipoprotein abnormalities, diagnosis and treatment; acute coronary syndromes; chronic ischaemic heart disease; arrhythmias; cardiac arrest and resuscitation; heart failure and cardiac transplantation; congenital heart disease; valvular heart disease and infective endocarditis; pericardial disease, diseases of the aorta, heart tumours; pulmonary embolism and pulmonary hypertension; non-cardiac surgery in patients with heart disease; heart disease and pregnancy; cardiovascular pharmacology; arterial vascular disease
Table of Contents
Cardiac non-invasive imaging and stress testing.
Acute coronary syndromes.
Chronic ischemic heart disease.
Sudden cardiac death and resuscitation.
Heart failure and cardiac transplantation.
Congenital heart disease.
Valvular disease and infective endocarditis.
Pericardial disease, disease of the aorta, and heart tumours.
Pulmonary embolism and pulmonary hypertension.
Non-cardiac surgery in patients with heart disease.
Heart disease in pregnancy.
Arterial vascular disease
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