Pediatric Cardiology

For rising and evolving people, pediatric cardiology is a sub-specialty in pediatrics concerned with heart disease.

Pediatric cardiologists are physicians who diagnose and treat children with heart disease, including • congenital heart disease• infant cardiovascular collapse • infant and child cardiac insufficiency • neonatal cyanosis • children with heart murmur • artery transposition • children and adolescents with chest pain• cardiovascular disorders• fetal heart murmur • artery transposition • children and adolescents with chest pain • cardiac defects•

• Management of critically ill children with heart problems Different procedures and procedures include: • Electrocardiogram (ECG) • Advanced imaging – CT / MRI • chest x-ray • exercise testing • pediatric cardiac transplantation • cardiac event recording • balloon atrial septostomy • cardiac ultrasound scans.

All pediatric cardiologists must complete specialized training in one of the following areas: • advanced imaging (CT / MRI) • advanced echocardiography • adult congenital heart disease • fetal cardiology • therapeutic catheterization • invasive electrophysiology • pulmonary hypotension • heart failure and cardiac transplantation



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