Appropriate diagnostic technology in the management of cardiovascular diseases: report of a WHO expert committee
World Health Organization, WHO Expert Committee on Appropriate Diagnostic Technology in the Management of Cardiovascular Diseases
World Health Organization, 1988 - Medical - 41 pages
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Availability of diagnostic technology at various levels of health care
abnormalities adequate Ambulatory ECG angiocardiography angiography apparatus APPROPRIATE DIAGNOSTIC TECHNOLOGY arrhythmias arterial disease assessment blood ﬂow blood pressure cardiac arrhythmias Cardiac catheterization Cardiology cardiovascular diagnosis cardiovascular disease catheterization laboratory catheters Centre chest clinical history Computed tomography contrast medium coronary arterial costs Department of Cardiology developing countries diagnostic procedures diseases Report Doppler drugs echocardiography electrocardiographic equipment evaluation Exercise testing expensive Expert Committee expertise factors ﬁeld ﬁrst ﬁrst-level health care system heart disease Hospital identiﬁcation India International justiﬁed level of health limited management of cardiovascular Medical monitoring myocardial ischaemia needs P.O. Box paediatric patients perfusion physical examination physicians pressure measurement primary health Professor programmes pulmonary recording referral reﬂects Report ofa requires Scientiﬁc Group signal signiﬁcance sphygmomanometer Study Group technique therapy third-level facilities tracer trained transducer two-dimensional echocardiography utilization valvular vascular Vector Biology venous ventricular tachycardia World Health Organization X X X X-ray