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  • Finnerty was a thirty-seven-year-old cardiologist who taught medicine at Georgetown University.†   (source)
  • He was a cardiologist.†   (source)
  • He must have been very impressive, to be head of cardiology.†   (source)
  • After all, said one sage from cardiology, why in the world would anyone with a French passport actually choose to live in Israel at a time like this?†   (source)
  • As soon as we landed in Rawalpindi we were taken by ambulance with another military escort to a hospital called the Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology.   (source)
    cardiology = the branch of medicine dealing with the heart and its diseases
  • She is a cardiologist specializing in heart rhythm disturbances.
  • Stuart, the young Canadian cardiologist, discovered that his crampons didn't even fit his new boots.†   (source)
  • But the nurse said something about a cardiologist.†   (source)
  • Despite a job offer in cardiology at a hospital in her hometown, she'd taken a job with Drs.†   (source)
  • Stuart Hutchison-the young Canadian cardiologist-and I were assigned to one tent; Rob, Frank, Mike Groom, John Taske, and Yasuko Namba were in another; Lou, Beck Weathers, Andy Harris, and Doug Hansen occupied a third.†   (source)
  • The cardiologist stared at me.†   (source)
  • Cook County at that time had eight beds in its coronary care unit, and another twelve beds in what's called intermediate coronary care, which is a ward that's a little less intensive and cheaper to run (about $1,000 a night instead of $2,000) and staffed by nurses instead of cardiologists.†   (source)
  • You know he's a cardiologist, right?"†   (source)
  • He was a cardiologist.†   (source)
  • Then why is he seeing a cardiologist?†   (source)
  • As the baby cooed, Dr. Bender's voice floated toward her: "In cardiology, everything is an emergency and your patients always seem to get sicker, no matter what you do.†   (source)
  • One of the things Reilly did early in his campaign at Cook, for instance, was to put together twenty perfectly typical case histories of people with chest pain and give the histories to a group of doctors—cardiologists, internists, emergency room docs, and medical residents—people, in other words, who had lots of experience making estimates about chest pain.†   (source)
  • The nurse responded patiently that she had already given Amanda all the information she had: Jared had been admitted, he was being seen by a cardiologist, and the doctor knew they were waiting.†   (source)
  • Dr. Bender had failed to mention one critical point: In cardiology, you dealt with a patient who came to the office because he or she wanted or needed to; in pediatrics, you dealt with a patient who was often under the care of neurotic, know-it-all parents.†   (source)
  • Dr. Bender, a gray-haired medical veteran who never stopped smiling and knew practically every child in Sumter, South Carolina, convinced her that while cardiology might pay better and seem more glamorous, there was nothing quite as rewarding as holding newborns and watching them develop over the critical first years of life.†   (source)
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