Coronary heart disease functional imaging

Austria, Europe
2017
EANM, European Association of Nuclear Medicine
aee1a5aa76ef36d981450ff04a00740a.jpg

European Association of Nuclear Medicine: Heart catheterizations for assessing coronary heart disease are often unnecessary and can be replaced with functional cardiac imaging techniques. This is the result of a large-scale study recently conducted in the UK. “Functional cardiac imaging is less risky and less costly while providing accurate and reliable results. It is a good diagnostic starting point that should serve as gatekeeper for angiography.

A good nuclear power program for the world - 2

Cities, states would lose voice on model energy code updates

A layman's musings on climate change

Summary of CO2, Climate Change, Fossil Fuels, Nuclear Power

Cyclotrons What are they


  • About Us
  • Contact
  • Privacy Policy
  • Terms of Use

Subscribe to our newsletter

Copyright 2021 - All About Energy