How Would You Handle This Practical Dilemma?
Your patient has a calcium score of zero but presented with recurrent chest pain. Would you reassure the patient or recommend more tests? What other factors would you consider?At “Nuclear Cardiology Today 2018: Best Practices for Today, Innovations for Tomorrow,” you'll join faculty and other attendees in focused discussion of this and other scenarios that often occur in daily practice but are rarely discussed in didactic lectures.
Your patient was referred for MPI but she had a pacemaker implanted yesterday and was instructed not to raise her left arm above her head. How would you proceed? How would you handle the patient's concerns?
NCToday2018 Course Directors Dennis A. Calnon, MD, MASNC, and David G. Wolinsky, MD, MASNC, have gathered practical dilemmas like this from program faculty, past attendees and this year's registrants. Join them at NCToday as they drill down on the day-to-day questions, concerns and headaches that challenge today's clinicians.
You don't have attenuation correction. Should you do prone imaging on all of your patients? What are your options?
NCToday2018 will be held April 20-22 at the Loews Chicago O'Hare Hotel. When you register by March 31, you'll take advantage of early-bird discounts and have plenty of time to send your practical dilemmas to ASNC. Drs. Calnon and Wolinsky want to hear from you!
“At Nuclear Cardiology Today, everyone learns together,” says Dr. Calnon. “That's how you take your lab to the next level, by sharing your dilemmas and hearing how others have tackled them. So, bring the issues that have you stumped or keep you up at night. That's what NC Today is all about.”
View NCToday2018 agenda