Recommended Reading | Cardiac Critical Care – An(other) Emerging Subspecialty to Consider?
The field of cardiology has grown tremendously in the past two decades. No longer are cardiology fellows only pursuing the traditional subspecialties of intervention, electrophysiology or heart failure. Now they are actively creating their own niches, and the newest area of interest that has caught the attention of budding cardiologists is cardiac critical care.
In a recent Cardiology article, Barinder "Ricky" Hansra, MD, Fellow in Training at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, MA, describes advanced training in critical care and encourages fellows to consider this emerging subspecialty. Read more.
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