CARDIOLOGIST Interview Questions and Answers pdf :-
1. What do you mean by Dysrhythmia?
Dysrhythmia is an abnormal, irregular, defective and disturbed heart rhythm which is demonstrated by the Electrocardiographic tracing.
2. What do you mean by Blood Tracing?
Blood Tracing is the process of tracing of the all capillaries, veins, arteries going from the right ventricle to the abdominal visceral organs and back up to the heart.
3. What do you mean by Cardiomyopathy?
Cardiomyopathy is a heart muscle disease which occurs after the failing and weakening of the function of the myocardium i.e. the actual heart muscle. It is an abnormal heart condition in which the heart is dilated i.e. having the poor pumping power, preventive i.e. impaired capability of the heart to fill, and hypertrophic means enlarged heart.
4. What do you mean by Cardiac Pacemaker?
A Cardiac Pacemaker is the Electrical System of the heart. It is initiated by the chemical impulses and controls the rhythms of the heart. It directly controls the heart rate.
5. What are the diseases of the Blood Vessels?
There are several diseases of the Blood Vessels. They are:
Vaculitis, Aneurysm, ECS i.e. Economy Class Syndrome, Varicose veins, Atherosclerosis, Diseases of the Aorta and Carotid Arteries.
6. Name the diseases of Aorta and Carotid Arteries.
the diseases of Aorta is Coarctation of aorta, Aortic dissection and Aortic aneurysm and the diseases of Carotid Arteries are Carotid artery disease and Carotid artery dissection.
7. What are the various types of Diagnostic tests?
They are: Blood tests, Echocardiogram, Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance, Cardiac Stress test and Listening with the Stethoscope i.e. Auscultation. It also includes ECG or EKG i.e. Electrocardiogram.
8. What are the devices used to maintain the Blood Pressure?
they are Artificial Heart, Heart Lung Machine, Ventricular Assist Device and Intra Aortic Balloon Pump.
9. Finally, we want to ask that why you have chosen the field of Cardiologist?
I chose the area of Cardiologist because of my interest in this field. I wanted to be capable enough to think about the people in need specially those died due to the heart diseases. I chose this because I identified myself devoted in this area to serve people.
10. What are the various duties of a Pediatrician?
he provides all types of immediate health care duties. He acts as a promoter for the children in approving the public education, entrance to the health care and services to the children. These procedures have guided to better development and health of young people or children as well as a dwindling of morbidity and mortality rates.
11. What is your area of specialization and why you have chosen this area for your specialization?
I have done my specialization in the field of Cardiology and Surgery and Diseases of Special Organs and Systems. I have chosen this area because I love to accompany with the children. I also know that if an infant is cured at the early age there will be a dream world free from the diseases.
12. What is the difference in the Adult and Pediatrics Medicines?
there are so many differences. It depends upon the size of the body and the physiology of the adult and children. A major difference between a Pediatric and an adult medicine is that the children are minors and in most of jurisdictions they cannot make any decisions for themselves. Therefore, the issues of the responsibility, seclusion, legal responsibility and informed permission must always be considered. In a sense, Pediatricians have to ask their parents before treating the children.
13. What do you mean by Cardiomyopathy?
Sir, Cardiomyopathy is a kind of heart muscle disease which occurs after the failing and weakening of the function of the myocardium i.e. the actual heart muscle. It is an abnormal heart condition in which the heart is dilated i.e. having the poor pumping power, preventive i.e. impaired capability of the heart to fill, and hypertrophic means enlarged heart.