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Cardiology jobs are occupations for healthcare Physicians who diagnose and treat conditions of the coronary heart and blood vessels. They are called cardiologists. Cardiologists have obtained a medical degree, undertaken specialist training, and received certification in the area.

Jobs of Physicians working in cardiology contain the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of patients suffering from problems relating to the heart and blood vessels. There are many different situations a cardiologist with work with, such as coronary heart disease, cardiac arrhythmia, peripheral arterial disease, high blood pressure and coronary heart failure. Cardiologists make use of regular tests and tools like electrocardiograms to assess a patient and make a diagnosis they encourage patients to make lifestyle modifications such as exercise or dietary adjustments to reduce their risk of coronary heart assault or stroke. They may use treatments such as pacemakers and balloon angioplasty to treat patients with certain heart conditions. Cardiologists do not perform main surgeries. Cardiac surgeons and cardiothoracic surgeons perform major surgeries in patients who need surgery to treat their heart condition In addition to patient care and management, cardiology jobs can involve research and publication relating to cardiology topics, which may be affiliated with hospitals or universities.

There are different forms of cardiology jobs. There are cardiologists who focus on coronary heart conditions that are common in adults and see adult patients. There are also pediatric cardiologists who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of coronary heart conditions in children there are cardiac surgeons and cardiothoracic surgeons who perform surgery in individuals with heart conditions.

Cardiology jobs require years of training and certification. Immediately after attaining a degree in healthcare school, cardiologists in training need to undertake a three years residency in internal medicine, since cardiology is a sub specialty of internal medicine. This internal medicine training is then followed by a two to five year fellowship in cardiology training. Pediatric cardiologists are required to have undertaken a three year residency in pediatrics and a three year fellowship in pediatric cardiology. Cardiologists obtain board certification in internal medicine and cardiology, and pediatric cardiologists receive certification for pediatric and pediatric cardiology. Further specialization in the area of cardiology requires additional years of training, such as is in the case of intervention list cardiologists and cardiac surgeons.

Cardiology jobs are available in a range of settings Cardiologists and cardiac surgeons can work in solo practitioners in their own practice, or they can work with team of medical Physicians in a joint medical practice. There are cardiology jobs in hospitals too, as well as in medical school and quite a few health organizations.

The salaries of Cardiology jobs lie within a high range. A cardiologist's and cardiac surgeon's salaries are one of the highest paid amongst healthcare specialties. Having said that, the salary of an individual who works in cardiology depends on their experience, specialty, and the facility they work at and place.

The implications of Obamacare adjustments to cardiology jobs are significant, but the job outlook for cardiology remains positive. Health care alterations brought by Obama include cuts to health care spending in specialties including cardiology. This has meant that with less funding, cardiology jobs may need to be restricted than before. Having said that, cardiology jobs are still quite a few in numbers and retain a high salary.