Cardiac Clinical Physiology – Information for Health Professionals.
A Clinical Physiologist (Cardiac) commonly see patients with suspected/known angina from coronary artery disease, heart rhythm disturbances, shortness of breath, suspected structural heart abnormalities or dysfunctions, and patients with implantable cardiac devices
- Electrocardiography (ECG - resting and overtime): including Exercise Stress Testing, Ambulatory Monitoring (Holter/Event) and Tilt table testing
- Cardiac Catheterisation haemodynamic monitoring: coronary angiography, right heart catheterisation, PTCA, structural
- Cardiac Rhythm Management: Pacemaker and Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators (ICDs) (advanced areas of practice)
- Echocardiography: (advanced areas of practice)
- Electrophysiology: (advanced areas of practice)