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What Should I Bring to My Cardiology Visit?

What Should I Bring to My Cardiology Visit?

This week, I want to take a break from our series on cardiac disorders and turn to a more general and practical discussion of how you can get the most out of a cardiology consultation. Let’s assume you’ve made an appointment to see a new cardiologist—perhaps you’ve been having chest pain. Or shortness of breath. Or palpitations. Or you have had a cardiologist previously…

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