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10 Interesting Facts about Your Heart

1. The average human heart beats more than 100,000 times each day.

2. The heart actually has an electrical pulse, which means that it could be taken out of the human body and it will still beat until the oxygen supplying it runs out.

3. When you listen to music the heart actually lines up its beats to go along with the musical rhythm you’re listening to.

4. In 70 years, around the average human lifespan, the heart will pump almost 1.5 million barrels of blood, which could fill up 200 train tank cars.

5. You would have to leave a water faucet blasting at full power for 45 years to equal the amount of blood that the human heart pumps in one lifetime.

6. Laughing causes a spike in the blood that your heart pumps by about 20%.

7. Generally speaking, a woman’s heart beat’s faster than a man’s by about 8 beats per minute (70x/78x)

8. One to five watts of power are generated by the heart at any given time.

9. The sound of the heart beating is caused by the leaflets of the valve opening and closing.

10. Research shows that if you own down by over a third.


Contractions and Slang you Might Get Acquainted with During Cardiology Fellowship

  • Fellowship: Post-residency training that is performed to become a subspecialist. Fellowships are especially common in Internal Medicine, where they are the norm. Most fellowships are 2-3 years in length. Example: To become a Cardiologist you must complete a 3 year Internal Medicine residency and then a 3 year Cardiology fellowship.
  • Attending: A board-certified physician who is responsible for supervising residents, interns, and medical students in the hospital or in the clinic.

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  • Intern: The internship is the first year of post-graduate medical training and interns are usually the most overworked, most harassed, and least happy people in the hospital. Sometimes referred to as “’terns.”
  • Resident: A physician who is still in post-graduate training but who has completed his intern year.
  • Moonlighting: The common practice of working extra shifts in low acuity settings (e.g. in an Urgent Care) during residency to earn extra income.
  • Wards: A term for the regions of the hospital that are devoted to specific services. Example—“I work on the surgical wards, which is why I hate my life.”
  • Psych: Psychiatry.
  • FP or FM: Family Medicine. The classic general practitioner/jack of all trades.
  • OB/GYN: Obstetrics (dealing with pregnant women) and Gynecology (anything else that has to do with the female reproductive tract).
  • Gen Surg: Pronounced “jen” surg and sometimes used as shorthand for General Surgery. General surgery = surgery on anything that isn’t covered by another surgical specialty (e.g. neurosurgery/brain and spine; orthopedics/bones; vascular surgery/blood vessels and heart; etc.).

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  • Peds: Pediatrics
  • ER: Emergency Medicine
  • Derm: Dermatology.
  • Ortho: Orthopedic Surgery.
  • Path: Pathology.
  • Ophtho: Ophthalmology.
  • Rheum: Rheumatology (pronounced “room”). A subspecialty of Internal Medicine that focuses on the treatment of autoimmune diseases.
  • ID: Infectious Disease. A subspecialty of Internal Medicine that deals with infectious diseases that are especially difficult to treat (e.g. HIV, tuberculosis, and Fever of Unknown Origin).
  • Nephro: Nephrology. A subspecialty of Internal
  • Pulm: Pulmonology. A subspecialty of Internal Medicine that specializes in the treatment of lung diseases, including patients who require mechanical ventilation.

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  • Neurosurg: Neurosurgery. Sometimes also referred to simply as “neuro,” much to the consternation of neurologists (a neurologist is essentially an internist who specializes in the central nervous system, even though they are now days a separate specialty from internal medicine).
  • TEETH – “tried everything else, try homeopathy”
  • Dance – v. the process of tying a surgical gown behind the surgeon’s back; involves a 180-degree spin by the surgeon. “Shall we dance?”

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