Skill: md , mbbs , dnb; Exp: 1-6 years; “RADIOLOGIST”A radiologist is a medical doctor who is trained in executing and interpreting medical images such as X-rays, CT scans, ultrasounds, and MRIs and using them to treat health problems in patients. Radiologists perform image-guided procedures but do not normally handle the general medical needs of a patient. Instead, a radiologist is a specialist who uses the tools of his or her trade to make a diagnosis for a patient, then presents the results to the patient’s physician.The most common tool a radiologist uses is the X-ray. An X-ray is an image taken by using a machine to beam radiation through a patient’s body onto a radiation-sensitive plate after carefully covering other portions of the patient’s body with lead shields.Other devices that radiologists use in their work include computer tomography (CT) scanners, which take cross-sectional X-ray pictures of the human body and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machines.”CARDIOLOGIST”Potential cardiologists must complete a bachelors degree before entering medical school. While no specific major is required, most choose to focus their studies in either premedical or one of the life sciences, such as chemistry or biology. Medical school follows undergraduate education, and is a four-year educational commitment. In medical school, students typically devote the first two years to classroom and laboratory education and the final two years to completing rotations in medical specialties, including cardiology. After medical school, an aspiring cardiologist spends three years in internal medicine residency training, followed by an additional three to six years of fellowship training in cardiology.
Anaesthetist | Cardiologist | Radiology
Degree: MD/ MS (Medicine)
Function: Medical / Health / Fitness