Sports Cardiology

Sports Cardiology will give you firsthand experience with cardiovascular evaluation of elite athletes, cardiac screening of athletes, managing athletes with heart disease, cardiac rehabilitation, and emergency response planning in sporting environments. An electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG), a non-invasive test that assesses the electrical activity of the heart, is used to analyse the majority of the diseases that cause sudden cardiac death in young athletes. Athletes who have been diagnosed with or are at risk for cardiovascular disease have specific aims and objectives in mind. They want to keep doing their sport while remaining extremely safe. The Sports Cardiology Center's major mission is to assist every athlete, from professional athletes to recreational exercisers to weekend warriors, in achieving their goals.


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