View Of Thorax Palpation And Apex Beat Analysis In The Field Medical Practice

Research Article

Author(s): Traore-Kissima Abdoulaye, Cénac Arnaud*

Published: September 20, 2021     DOI: 10.33552/OJCR.2021.05.000617

Abstract: Despite The Extraordinary Performances Of Contemporary Methods Of Investigation (echocardiography, Scanner, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Etc.), Clinical Examination Retains All Its Importance In Cardiology, Particularly In Extra-hospital Settings. The Authors Have Experience Of Cardiological Diagnosis In France And In French-speaking African Countries [1-4]: Benin, Mali, Niger, Senegal And For One (CA) In Vietnam (Hanoi And Danang). They Have Also Taught And Supervised Medical Students, Either As Permanent Residents (Mali, Niger), Or During Official Educational Missions. They Were Able To Observe The Attraction Of Students And Young Doctors For Modern Techniques, Because Training Takes Place In Hospitals, Places Where These Techniques Are Practiced. The Diagnoses Are Discussed In Front Of Imaging Results Displayed On Computer Screens.

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