Cardiac Imaging News

Cardiac Screening Programs Are Not Always The Best, Study…

Based on a new British study, reviewing patient records to determine patients with high risk of suffering cardiac disease has the same effectiveness, yet with much lower costs, of screening all adults aging between 40 and 74. The study was published in the British Medical Journal. It is raising concerns about an annual screening program started by the British government back in 2008. The screening program costs about a 250-million-pound ($387 million) every year. The ... Read more

Complete Revascularization Lowers The Rate Of …

A new study carried out by cardiologists from the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation and the University of Minnesota shows that patients with Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) and are completely revascularization had a better rates and outcomes than ... Read more

Non-invasive Coronary CTA Cost-effective Alternative, …

In a study by Thomas Jefferson University (TJU), non-invasive coronary computed tomography angiography (CTA) is a cost-effective alternative to invasive cardiac catheterization in the care of patients who have positive stress test results but a less ... Read more

A New Blood Test Identifies The Risk Of Heart Attack…

Researchers at Oregon Health & Science University have a simple blood test that can identify people at risk of a heart attack even for those who don't have high cholesterol. This new test measures gamma-prime fibrinogen, a component of the ... Read more

XDX IMAGE Clinical Trial Results to Be Discussed at A …

The XDX Invasive Monitoring Attenuation's results through Gene Expression (IMAGE) trial will be discussed by Dr. Michael X. Pham, Stanford University Medical Center at the International Society for Heart & Lung Transplantation 30th Anniversary ... Read more

New Cardiac CT Method Developed for Advanced Image …

Virginia Tech and GE Global Research Center developes new cardiac computed tomography (CT) architectures and methods. This new CT method includes a newly patented approach to a challenge in local CT image reconstruction (Patent 7,697,658 ... Read more

Vital Images to Develop Vitrea Pediatric Cardiac …

Vital Images announced collaboration with Arkansas Children's Hospital of Little Rock,  in order to develop a Vitrea® pediatric cardiac application, which will be demonstrated at The Society for Pediatric Radiology 2010 Annual Meeting, ... Read more

Hormonal disorder linked to heart diseases in women, a …

According to a new study, researchers from Adelaide, Australia, said that there is evidence of a link between a common hormonal disorder in women and heart disease. They are currently looking for women candidates in order to make a new study to ... Read more

PET would help doctors in planning treatment against …

According to a new study, an imaging technique, positron emission tomography (PET) with the imaging agent fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) would help patients with heart failure. This would take place by offering doctors the information they require while ... Read more

Servier-Gulf Organizes GHA Annual Cardiovascular …

Servier-Gulf will organize the 8th GHA Annual Cardiovascular Conference this month, as it is the founding member and main sponsor of the Gulf Heart Association. The conference will takle the newest technology and practice dedicated to improving ... Read more

Qtel Provides Support For GCC Heart Conference…

Qtel will provide full sponsorship for the 8th GCC Heart Conference, which is  held under the patronage of H.H. Emir of Doha, Qatar. HMC organizes the conference in order to investigate key issues related to cardiology and health. There will be ... Read more

Ultrasound on carotid artery would help in detection …

According to a new study, performing a simple ultrasound scan on the carotid artery significantly enhances the prediction of heart disease, helping cardiologists for better identifying of patients having high risks for heart attack. The study was ... Read more

Bioheart to Conduct A Clinical Trial on Heart …

Bioheart plans to conduct the FDA-approved study, called "Regen", on patients, who suffer from congestive heart failure with a genetically-modified process in Jordan Hospital. “The results of Regen pre-clinical studies using modified ... Read more

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