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Cardiology is a branch of medicine that specializes in analysing and treating diseases of the heart, circulatory system and blood vessels. These diseases include Heart rhythm problems, Coronary artery disease, Heart failure and Electrophysiology. A physician who deals in this field of medicine are called Cardiologists.
Cardiovascular medicine, there are a few studies that incorporate mAbs, such as therapy of cardiac necrosis with myosin-specific mAbs and intoxication of reverse digitalis with digoxin-specific antibodies. In clinical cardiology, four core antibodies are used: OKT3, Myoscint, Digibind, and 7E3. Each of these has great ability for antibody treatments in clinical cardiology
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Hilaris Conferences is cordially inviting all the participants from all over the world to attend "International Conference on Cardiology and Cardiovascular Medicine” on May 04-05, 2023 at Amsterdam, Netherlands. Cardiology conference aims to assemble the Researchers, investigators, experts, and researchers working under academia and health care industry, Delegates, Scientists, YRF and students across the globe to present an international forum for practical experiences.
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Universities in USA
Harvard University Cambridge (U.S.)
Columbia University (New York City)
Duke University Durham (North Carolina, U.S.)
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (New York City)
Stanford University (Stanford)
Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore)
University of Washington (Seattle)
North-western University (Evanston)
University of Texas South-western Medical Center— (Dallas)
Boston University (Boston)
Universities in Canada
University of Toronto (Toronto)
Laval University (Quebec City)
University of Montreal (Montreal)
McGill University (Montreal)
University of British Columbia (Vancouver)
University of Alberta (Edmonton)
University of Ottawa (Ottawa)
Western University London (Canada)
Queen's University Kingston (Canada)
Universities in Europe
Imperial College London (London) (U.K.)
University of Glasgow (Glasgow)
University of Oxford (Oxford)
University of Edinburgh (Edinburgh)
University of Birmingham (Birmingham)
St George's University of London (London) (U.K.)
University of Cambridge (Cambridge) (U.K.)
Queen Mary, University of London (London) (U.K.)
King's College London (London) (U.K.)
University of Bristol (Bristol)
Universities in Germany
Humboldt-Universität zu (Berlin).
Freie Universität (Berlin).
Technical University of Munich.
University of Munich.
Universitats Herzzentrum Freiburg.
University of Hamburg.
Hannover Medical School.
Associations related to cardiology
American Heart Association.
Association of Physician Assistants in Cardiology.
Heart Failure Society of America.
American College of Cardiology.