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  •    Home » Articles » VeterinaryCare » How Veterinary Cardiology Can Benefit Your Labrador

    How Veterinary Cardiology Can Benefit Your Labrador

     

    It is commonly known that human beings can suffer from cardiology problems. From heart attacks to blocked arteries and heart murmurs, there are an endless amount of serious cardiac problems that can afflict men and women throughout the world. It is for this reason that many doctors choose to specialize in one specific area of medicine: cardiology. This allows them to become an expert in the field so that they can better treat people with these diseases. But this important branch of medicine is not limited to humans - many veterinarians choose to specialize in veterinary cardiology too.

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    Manís Best Friend Needs Veterinary Cardiology

    These days, manís best friend seems to have an unlimited number of perks. From people who purchase clothing for their pooches, to people who walk their cats on a leash, it seems that there is nothing an animal lover wouldnít do for their pet. Which is why it should come as no surprise that veterinary cardiology has become an important new branch of veterinary medicine. Like humans, animals can also suffer from various heart conditions, and experts are needed to diagnose and treat them.

    Commonly Occurring Diseases Treated by Veterinary Cardiology

    Animals suffer from various heart conditions, just like humans do. This is why there is a need for veterinary cardiologists. Some common heart afflictions that animals suffer from include: Patent Ductus Arteriosus, Pulmonic Stenosis, Aortic Stenosis, Hole in the Heart, Chronic Valvular Disease, Myocardial Disease, Pericardial Disease, and Arrhythmias. There diseases require expertise beyond what a typical veterinarian could offer and this is why a specialist is needed to deal with these conditions.

    How to Specialize in Veterinary Cardiology

    If you are interested in specializing in veterinary cardiology, you will need to attend veterinarian school at an accredited college. Then, you will need to make sure that the school you have chosen offers a cardiology program. Many veterinary cardiologists are required to complete a residency for at least three years in order to gain experience in the field.

    As a resident, you will have many duties reminiscent of those of an actual doctor. You will make daily hospital rounds with the professional veterinarians. You will also have the opportunity to participate in hospital seminars and discussions having to with cardiology. You will also have the opportunity to receive, diagnose, evaluate, and treat animals that are afflicted with cardio problems; though, this aspect of your residency will be supervised by a professional veterinary cardiologist.

     

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