AUC for Cardiac PET and How to Incorporate Into Your Practice
Sponsored By: CDL Nuclear Technologies
Dr. Vasken Dilsizian
Dr. Dilsizian has been a professor of radiology and medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine since 2001, and chief of the division of nuclear medicine since 2007. He served as the President of the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (2019-2020). He received the Hermann Blumgart Award for his innumerable contributions to the science of nuclear cardiology. He served as the Vice-Chair of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) Advisory Committee on the Medical Uses of Isotopes (ACMUI; 2021-2022), and a member of the Board of Scientific Counselors of the National Institutes of Health, Clinical Center (2018-2022). His has published over 280 original, peer-reviewed manuscripts and invited editorials/articles, 12 books, and 51 book chapters.
Dr. George Basu
Dr. Basu received his undergraduate degree from McGill University, B.Sc. in Physiology. He then, completed his medical degree at the Ohio State University and did heart failure research at the Cleveland Clinic. He completed Internal Medicine training at Baylor College of Medicine and general and interventional cardiology at the Texas Heart Institute. He’s been part of Houston Cardiovascular Associates and an associate professor at the University of Texas-Houston since finishing training in 2006. In addition to running a clinical practice, he is currently the chair of the clinical governance board of Houston Cardiovascular. He is Strategic Chief Medical Officer of US Heart and Vascular. He has leadership positions on QM committees at Houston Methodist hospital and the alternate payment committee of the Texas Medical Association.
Outline the clinical benefit and appropriate use criteria for the utilization of Cardiac PET
Speak to the clinical and economic impact Cardiac PET has had within a practice and share how they implemented PET as a new modality for their patients
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