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  • Answer: It is not necessary. To become a cardiovascular surgeon, a physician must hold the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) degree or the Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree, be a licensed physician, and complete specialized residency and fellowship training. A plain old DO or MD with the proper training in cardiovascular surgery (residency/fellowship) is what you need. The D.O./Ph.D. and M.D./Ph.D. dual degrees are more research-oriented.
  • Answer: the courses that you need to take to become a nurse would have to be:biology, chemistry and other courses that have to do with science and other types that have to do with nursing
  • Answer: pe and strength because they need strength to wrestle other people... hope this helps.
  • Answer: Only the courses that a college deems necessary for you get accepted. However, then you need to do well enough to get into a law school once you receive you undergraduate degree, then you need to pass the bar test in the state you want to practice in.
  • Answer: First a minimum of 90 credit hours of university/college education are required to be eligible to apply for chiropractic college. Following this, chiropractic college last 3 or 4 years, depending on which school you choose to attend. The World Health Organization has stated that to become a doctor of chiropractic a student must attend no less than 4200 hours of schooling in a chiropractic college after their undergraduate degree. Some schools squish this all into 3 years, others spread it over 4 years.

    The chiropractic program at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) is 4 full-time years and courses include cell biology, microbiology, biochemistry, histology, embryology, anatomy, neuroanatomy, physiology, immunology, neuroscience, pathology, pharmacology, nutrition, biomechanics, functional rehab., clinical diagnosis, orthopedics, nutrition, radiography, radiology, research methods, clinical education, ethics and chiropractic principles and techniques in the first two years. The anatomy and neuroanatomy courses include about 200 hours of human cadaver dissection.
    The third year involves a little more basic science but primarily the theoretical application of this knowledge.
    The fourth year is in a clinical setting as an intern with real-life application of this knowledge. Students treat real patients with musculoskeletal conditions in clinics and/or hospitals to gain hands-on experience in diagnostic, prognostic and treatment skills.

    Lastly, before a student that graduates from chiropractic college can practice they must pass regional and/or National board exams to prove their competancy. Successful passing of board exams will permit a chiropractor to attain a license to practice.
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  • Answer: You need to take as much science as you can in high school. You also will have 4 years of med. school and 1 year of internship, 4 years of residency in Radiology department.
  • Answer: a lot of math is needed
  • Answer: Yes, you do need maths for sports. Sports players have to keep certain stats of themselves as in how many kms. they ran, goals scored, salry increase, bonuses, buy out clauses etc. You at least need the basic stuff
  • Answer: math is needed in medicine because when you become a doctor who will have to know how much medicine you will have to inject into a person if they are really sick.
  • Answer: I do believe that you should have math if you are going to become a surgon.
  • Answer: To be a surgeon, a medical degree from an accredited medical schoolsuch as a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) degree, Doctor ofMedicine (M.D.) degree, or if earned outside of the United States,a Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS/MBChB) degree isrequired. After earning one of these medical degrees, a residencyin surgery must be completed and board certification examinationsmust be successfully passed to be a board-certified surgeon.

What are the math courses needed to become a Cardiovascular surgeon?

  • addition subtraction multiplication division

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