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  • NC Cardiology 1: Practical Approach to Patient-Centered Imaging

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 12/10/2014

    The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology (ASNC) bring you the first in a series of complimentary webinars on Wednesday, December 10, 2014 at 9 PM (Pacific Time). This free live webinar on “Best Practices in Nuclear Cardiology” is designed to increase cardiologists, radiologists and nuclear medicine physicians’ knowledge on the “Practical Approach to Patient-Centered Imaging.”

    The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology (ASNC) bring you the first in a series of complimentary webinars on Wednesday, December 10, 2014 at 9 PM (Pacific Time). This free live webinar on “Best Practices in Nuclear Cardiology” is designed to increase cardiologists, radiologists and nuclear medicine physicians' knowledge on the “Practical Approach to Patient-Centered Imaging.”

    Speaker Dr. Milena Henzlova will provide an overview of “Practical Approach to Patient-Centered Imaging” and will discuss individualized SPECT imaging protocols and speaker Dr. W. Lane Duvall will cover “Myocardial Perfusion Imaging: Tracer Dose Reduction” and discuss approaches to achieve desirable tracer dose reduction.

    This live webinar offers an interactive format that stimulates clinical practice. Participants will be able to evaluate, assess their skills and expand their knowledge of Patient-Centered Imaging and Tracer dose reduction in Myocardial Perfusion Imaging. No CME or CE credit is provided for this event.

    Dr. Milena Henzlova

    Patient-Centered Imaging

    W. Lane Duvall
    Myocardial Perfusion Imaging
    Tracer Dose Reduction

    No CME or CE credit is provided for this event.

  • MPI 6: Radiation Safety in Nuclear Cardiology

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 12/04/2013

    ASNC and IAEA bring you the sixth in a series of FREE online webinars* on Myocardial Perfusion Imaging (MPI) on Wednesday, December 4th at 9:00 p.m. (Pacific Time). This free live webinar on “Radiation Safety in Nuclear Cardiology” is designed to increase cardiologists, radiologists, and nuclear medicine physicians’ knowledge of MPI and radiation safety in clinical practice.

    ASNC and IAEA bring you the sixth in a series of FREE online webinars* on Myocardial Perfusion Imaging (MPI) on Wednesday, December 4th at 9:00 p.m. (Pacific Time). This free live webinar on “Radiation Safety in Nuclear Cardiology” is designed to increase cardiologists, radiologists, and nuclear medicine physicians' knowledge of MPI and radiation safety in clinical practice.

    Speaker Andrew J. Einstein, MD, PhD (Columbia University Medical Center) will provide an overview of "Radiation Exposure from Cardiac Imaging: Why We Should Be Concerned and What We Can Do About It," and speaker Manuel D. Cerqueira, MD, FACC, FAHA, FASNC (Case Western Reserve University / Cleveland Clinic) will discuss "Practical Approaches to Dose Reduction in Nuclear Cardiology."

    Andrew J. Einstein, M.D., Ph.D.

    Victoria and Esther Aboodi Assistant Professor of Medicine
    Herbert Irving Assistant Professor of Medicine (in Radiology)
    Director, Cardiac CT Research
    Co-Director, Cardiac CT and MRI
    Columbia University Medical Center
    Department of Medicine, Division of Cardiology

    Manuel D. Cerqueira, M.D., FACC FAHA FASNC
    Professor of Radiology and Medicine, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University
    Chairman, Department of Nuclear Medicine, Imaging Institute
    Staff Cardiologist, Heart and Vascular Institute Cleveland Clinic

  • MPI 5: Coronary Anatomy and the Physiologic Basis of Hyperemia and Coronary Flow

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/30/2013

    An overview of coronary artery anatomy will be reviewed in a live, interactive format that simulates clinical practice.

    An overview of coronary artery anatomy will be reviewed in a live, interactive format that simulates clinical practice.

    Learning objectives include:

    •Better understand coronary artery anatomy and its variations
    •Correlate perfusion defects with specific coronary artery distributions
    •Better understand exercise and pharmacologic measures that result in hyperemia to cause perfusion defects
    •Better understand use of the hybrid pharmacologic and exercise stress testing to induce optimal hyperemia in those unable to achieve adequate exercise stress

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    Greg Thomas, MD, MPH, FASNC

    Medical Director
    MemorialCare Heart and Vascular Institute
    Long Beach Memorial Medical Center

  • MPI 4: Tracers and Stress Modalities for MPI

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 07/31/2013

    This live webinar offers an interactive format that simulates clinical practice. Participants will be able to evaluate and assess their skills and improve their knowledge of MPI and its applications and value in cardiac diagnosis and prognosis. No CME or CE credit is provided.

    IAEA and ASNC bring you the fourth in a series of free MPI webinars. This webinar is designed to increase cardiologists, radiologists, and nuclear medicine physicians' knowledge of myocardial perfusion imaging (MPI). This session will cover stress modalities, including: 1)exercise, 2)pharm stress, 3) hybrid protocols, and 4) investigational agents and protocols. It will also describe how to perform the studies properly and discuss how to combine stress findings with perfusion findings and gated SPECT to optimize diagnostic and prognostic utility. Stress tracers, both SPECT and PET, will also be covered and include a discussion of investigational F-18 agents.

    This live webinar offers an interactive format that simulates clinical practice. Participants will be able to evaluate and assess their skills and improve their knowledge of MPI and its applications and value in cardiac diagnosis and prognosis. No CME or CE credit is provided.

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    Jamshid Maddahi, MD, FACC, FASNC
    Professor of Molecular & Medical Pharmacology (Nuclear Medicine) and Medicine (Cardiology)
    David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
    Director, Biomedical Imaging Institute


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    David Wolinsky MD FACC FASNC
    Heart and Vascular Insitute
    Cleveland Clinic
    Weston, FL
  • MPI 3: Perfecting the Stress Test: Common Pitfalls & Managing Artifacts

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/29/2013

    ASNC and IAEA bring you the third in a series of free MPI webinars. This webinar is designed to increase cardiologists, radiologists, and nuclear medicine physicians’ knowledge of myocardial perfusion imaging (MPI). Randall Thompson, MD, FASNC, Attending Cardiologist, The Mid America Heart Association

    ASNC and IAEA bring you the third in a series of free MPI webinars. This webinar is designed to increase cardiologists, radiologists, and nuclear medicine physicians' knowledge of myocardial perfusion imaging (MPI). Randall Thompson, MD, FASNC, Attending Cardiologist, and The Mid America Heart Association.

    Professor of Medicine, University of Missouri - Kansas City; and James A. Case, PhD, Cardiovascular Imaging Technologies, will review the clinical interpretation in the presence of artifacts: diagnosis and prognosis.

    Offered as part of a joint educational series between ASNC and IAEA, this live, interactive format allows participants to evaluate and assess their skills and improve their knowledge of MPI and its applications and value in cardiac diagnosis and prognosis. Register Today!

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    Randall Thompson, MD, FASNC
    Attending Cardiologist, The Mid America Heart Association and
    Professor of Medicine, University of Missouri - Kansas City

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    James A. Case, PhD
    Cardiovascular Imaging Technologies

  • MPI 2: The Value of MPI

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 03/27/2013

    Offered as part of a joint educational series between ASNC and IAEA, this live, interactive format allows participants to evaluate and assess their skills and improve their knowledge of MPI and its applications and value in cardiac diagnosis and prognosis. No continuing medical education credits are provided.

    ASNC and IAEA bring you the second in a series of free MPI webinars. This webinar is designed to increase cardiologists, radiologists, and nuclear medicine physicians' knowledge of myocardial perfusion imaging (MPI).

    Offered as part of a joint educational series between ASNC and IAEA, this live, interactive format allows participants to evaluate and assess their skills and improve their knowledge of MPI and its applications and value in cardiac diagnosis and prognosis. No continuing medical education credits are provided.

    Learning Objectives:

    • How does the information from an MPI help inform patient management decisions?
    • How do you evaluate the selection of MPI when also considering other imaging modalities?
    • When are referrals appropriate?
    • How does MPI fit into the cardiac testing continuum?


  • MPI 1: The Basics of MPI

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/30/2013

    IAEA and ASNC bring you the first in a series of free MPI webinars. This first webinar is designed to increase cardiologists, radiologists, and nuclear medicine physicians’ knowledge of myocardial perfusion imaging (MPI).

    IAEA and ASNC bring you the first in a series of free MPI webinars. This first webinar is designed to increase cardiologists, radiologists, and nuclear medicine physicians' knowledge of myocardial perfusion imaging (MPI).

    Gregory S. Thomas MD, MPH, FASNC, Medical Director, Heart and Vascular Institute, Long Beach Memorial, Howard C. Lewin MD, FASNC, President/Medical Director, Cardiac Imaging Associates, and April Mann, CNMT, RT(N), NCT, FASNC, Manager, Non-Invasive Cardiology, Hartford Hospital will review the basic elements related to the patient selection, protocol selection, and image acquisition and processing.

    An overview of the critical elements of MPI will be reviewed in a live, interactive format that simulates clinical practice. Participants will be able to evaluate and assess their skills and improve their knowledge of MPI and its applications and value in cardiac diagnosis and prognosis.

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    Gregory S. Thomas MD, MPH, FASNC
    Medical Director, Heart and Vascular Institute, Long Beach Memorial


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    Howard C. Lewin MD, FASNC
    President/Medical Director, Cardiac Imaging Associates

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    April Mann, CNMT, RT(N), NCT, FASNC
    Manager, Non-Invasive Cardiology, Hartford Hospital