Coronary CTA in the Emergency Department: Evidence and Controversies

In this abridgement, Harold I. Litt, MD, PhD, Chief of Cardiovascular Imaging at Penn Medicine, reports on the application of coronary CT in the Emergency Department, the issues attending chest pain in the ER, the evidence (and controversies) identified with the use of CT in the context of emergency medicine, and how to set up an emergency department coronary CT program.

This video is an abridgement of Coronary CTA in the Emergency Department: Evidence and Controversies, a Health e Galaxy CME program available for download or DVD purchase at www.heboards.com.

 

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August 24, 2015

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