The course involves an advanced study of the intricacies of cardiothoracic surgery. Although the cardiovascular system is inextricably linked to blood, this course is relatively unconcerned with hematology and its diseases. This course’s curriculum covers latest advances in cardiology care, assessment of new interventional and medical heart failure therapies, review of the most frequent life-threatening afflictions that can be diagnosed using electrocardiography, commonly misdiagnosed ailments and specialization in treating heart diseases using catheterization. It also has the study of heart disease symptoms such as thrombosis and thermogenesis. DM Cardiology course teaches animal studies, to illustrate treatment methodology and effects, effects of radiation on the human body, chronic symptoms and the impacts of radiation on the body, radiation safety for both patients and staff in nuclear medicine and administrative, biological and legal aspects of the medical use of radiation.