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Le cœur est l’un des organes les plus essentiels du corps humain. Un muscle sensible à nos modes de vie, à nos habitudes de consommation, et qui bat en moyenne 100 000 fois par jour.
La scintigraphie cardiaque est un examen radiologique permettant d'étudier les artères coronaires et la vitalité du cœur. Elle aide à diagnostiquer un infarctus ou une diminution de l'apport sanguin dans une partie du cœur.
In consultation, the midwife sometimes uses a device called a "cardiotocogram".
This device records the heart sounds of your baby and measures the contractions over a given period of time.
This examination is completely painless and safe for you and your baby.
The Cardiovascular Center is involved in several research projects. One of them involves Cardiology in a broad sense and explores the sensitive atherosclerosis problem that affects an increasing number of patients with often serious consequences.
Cardiovascular surgery is the specialty that deals, in particular, with the surgical treatment of diseases affecting the circulatory system, which is made up of the heart, arterial system, venous system, as well as the lymphatic system.
Cardiovascular surgery is for all age groups, from newborns to elderly patients. In children, it consists more commonly of correcting or providing palliative care for congenital malformations, as well as acquired valve diseases, particularly those of a rheumatic origin.
The medical specialties represented in the center are the following: