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The Evolution of Veterinary Cardiology

Frank Meyer

Veterinary cardiology has witnessed remarkable advancements over the years, mirroring the progress made in human cardiology. This abstract provides an overview of the evolution of veterinary cardiology, tracing its development from its early roots to its current state of sophistication. Beginning with the recognition of cardiovascular diseases in animals, we delve into the historical milestones that have shaped this field. We explore the pivotal role played by pioneers in veterinary cardiology, whose contributions paved the way for modern diagnostic and treatment modalities. The transition from rudimentary auscultation techniques to state-of-the-art imaging technologies, such as echocardiography and cardiac MRI, is highlighted. Additionally, we discuss the emergence of interventional cardiology procedures in veterinary medicine, including angioplasty and stent placement. The integration of pharmacological therapies, alongside surgical interventions, has expanded treatment options, offering improved outcomes for animals with cardiac conditions. Furthermore, this abstract touches upon the growing importance of multidisciplinary collaboration between veterinary cardiologists, surgeons, radiologists, and pathologists, fostering a comprehensive approach to cardiac care. The role of research in advancing our understanding of cardiovascular diseases in animals and the translation of findings from human cardiology to the veterinary realm is also explored. As we traverse the timeline of veterinary cardiology’s evolution, it becomes evident that this field has made remarkable strides, transforming the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disorders in animals. These advancements not only enhance the quality of life for our beloved animal companions but also contribute to the broader understanding of cardiac diseases in both veterinary and human medicine.