ASNC2020 Highlights 65+ Abstracts in ePoster and Young Investigator Sessions

Nearly 70 original basic science and clinical research abstracts will be presented during the ASNC2020 Main Program. The ePoster sessions will be held on Friday, Sept. 25, at 9:00 AM (EDT). Competitors for ASNC's Young Investigators Award will present during a special session the same day at 10:15 AM (EDT).
On behalf of the ASNC2020 Program Committee, the Society is pleased to announce that more than 65 original basic science and clinical research abstracts were accepted and are now published in the Journal of Nuclear Cardiology.

Here's a small sample of the abstracts to be presented in ASNC2020 ePoster sessions on Friday, Sept. 25, at 9:00 AM (EDT): 
  • Buccal Caffeine Strips for Reversal of Adverse Symptoms of Vasodilator Stress 
  • Myocardial FDG Suppression in Patients with Suspected Cardiac Sarcoidosis: Effect of Timing and Immunotherapy in Monitoring Therapy Response 
  • Reducing Occupational Radiation Exposure: An Additional Benefit of Transitioning from SPECT to PET MPI 
  • Comparison of Three Commercially Available Software Packages for Measurement of Myocardial Blood Flow and Flow Reserve Studied by N-13 Ammonia PET/CT; QPET vs. CORRIDOR 4 DM vs. SYNGO MBF
  • Development and Validation of a Diagnostic Model for Transythyretin Cardiac Amyloidosis 
  • Integration of Rubidium-82 PET-Derived Regional MBF Quantification in the Diagnosis of Coronary Artery Disease  
  • Misclassification of Severe Ischemia on SPECT vs. PET Myocardial Perfusion Imaging: Results from a Same-patient Simultaneous Imaging Protocol 
Use your ASNC2020 All-Access Pass to attend the ePoster sessions and the Young Investigators Awards competition