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Wednesday, 15 June 2016

Dr T Ruddy New Cardiac Tracers



Episode 63 Dr T Ruddy New Cardiac Tracers


This video podcast features an interview with Dr T Ruddy about new cardiac tracers. This was recorded at the SNMMI 2016.

The first part will come as medium quality video for iphones or ipads or Audio



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Dr T Ruddy New Cardiac Tracers audio


Episode 63 Dr T Ruddy New Cardiac Tracers

This audio podcast features an interview with Dr T Ruddy about new cardiac tracers. This was recorded at the SNMMI 2016.

The first part will come as medium quality video for iphones or ipads or Audio

Please let me know what you think about the video versions of the podcast.

I am also looking for new material so please get in touch with me if you can contribute
with an interview.
Direct link to itunes
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You can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com and http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com/.

The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com/
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Monday, 24 November 2014

James Rudd on the topic of Na F PET imaging in cardiac disease. VIDEO


This video podcast features an interview with James Rudd on the topic of Na F PET imaging in cardiac disease. More information here http://www.cambridgecancercentre.org.uk/users/jhfrudd



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Sunday, 23 November 2014

James Rudd on the topic of Na F PET imaging in cardiac disease


This audio podcast features an interview with James Rudd on the topic of Na F PET imaging in cardiac disease. More information here http://www.cambridgecancercentre.org.uk/users/jhfrudd



The first part will come as medium quality video for iphones or ipads or Audio

Please let me know what you think about the video versions of the podcast.

I am also looking for new material so please get in touch with me if you can contribute
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You can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com and http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com/.

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Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Remembering Fukushima Video


Remembering Fukushima Video

This podcast features an interview with Dr Ito, Dr Mitsuo and Dr Sasaki at ICNC Amsterdam where the podcast has the only interview with the first doctor, a nuclear cardiologist, on site at Fukushima. 

This emotional interview occurred only weeks after the events at the reactor.


The first part will come as medium quality video for iphones or ipads or Audio

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I am also looking for new material so please get in touch with me if you can contribute
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PART 1

Remembering Fukushima Audio


Remembering Fukushima Audio

This podcast features an interview with Dr Ito, Dr Mitsuo and Dr Sasaki at ICNC Amsterdam where the podcast has the only interview with the first doctor, a nuclear cardiologist, on site at Fukushima. 

This emotional interview occurred only weeks after the events at the reactor.


The first part will come as medium quality video for iphones or ipads or Audio

Please let me know what you think about the video versions of the podcast.

I am also looking for new material so please get in touch with me if you can contribute
with an interview.
Direct link to itunes
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You can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com and http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com/.

The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com/
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Sunday, 24 March 2013

PETMR with Dr Cherry


This Video podcast features an interview with Prof. Cherry  on the topic of new PETMR



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Sunday, 13 November 2011

The IAEA with Dr Maurizio Dondi Audio

The IAEA with Dr Maurizio Dondi
This podcast Features an interview with Dr Maurizio Dondi discussing the IAEA and the work that it does The IAEA human health website


Further upcoming episodes will look at more from ICNC and the EANM and The IAEA
The first part will come as medium  quality video for iphones or ipads or Audio

Please let me know what you think about the video versions of the podcast.

I am also looking for new material so please get in touch with me if you can contribute
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The IAEA with Dr Maurizio Dondi Video

The IAEA with Dr Maurizio Dondi
This podcast Features an interview with Dr Maurizio Dondi discussing the IAEA and the work that it does The IAEA human health website

Further upcoming episodes will look at more from ICNC and the EANM and The IAEA
The first part will come as medium quality video for iphones or ipads or Audio

Please let me know what you think about the video versions of the podcast.

I am also looking for new material so please get in touch with me if you can contribute
with an interview.
Direct link to itunes
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You can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com and http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com/.

The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com/
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Tuesday, 18 October 2011

PET MRI camera from Siemens with Dr Georgi audio

This podcast Features an interview with Dr Georgi From Siemens discusses the challenges and success of building the new PET MRI, how does it work?
What new applications does this open up?

Further upcoming episodes will look at more from ICNC and also an interview with the first doctor on site at Fukushima reactor accident.

The first part will come as medium quality video for iphones or ipads or Audio

Please let me know what you think about the video versions of the podcast.

I am also looking for new material so please get in touch with me if you can contribute
with an interview.
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You can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com and http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com/.

The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com/
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PET MRI camera from Siemens with Dr Georgi Video

PET MRI camera from Siemens with Dr Georgi Video

This podcast features an interview with Dr Georgi From Siemens discusses the challenges and success of building the new PET MRI how does it work?
What new applications does this open up?

Further upcoming episodes will look at more from ICNC and EANM and also an interview with the first doctor on site at Fukushima reactor accident.

The first part will come as medium quality video for iphones or ipads or Audio

Please let me know what you think about the video versions of the podcast.

I am also looking for new material so please get in touch with me if you can contribute
with an interview.
Direct link to itunes
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You can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com and http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com/.

The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com/
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Thursday, 15 September 2011

Cardiac Fusion with Dr Kaufmann video version


Dr Philipp A. Kaufmann, from University Hospital Zurich video version

This podcast Features an interview with Dr Philipp A. Kaufmann, from University Hospital Zurich and looks at image fusion of both Myocardial perfusion SPECT and PET with different and combined hardware something Dr Kaufmann has been using clinically for many years.

Further upcoming episodes will look at more from ICNC and also an interview with the first doctor on site at Fukushima reactor accident.

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Please let me know what you think about the video versions of the podcast.

I am also looking for new material so please get in touch with me if you can contribute
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You can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com and http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com/.

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Cardiac Image Fusion with Dr Philipp A. Kaufmann audio version

Dr Philipp A. Kaufmann Image Fusion audio version

This podcast Features an interview with Dr Philipp A. Kaufmann from Zurich who has been using fusion of both myocardial perfusion SPECT and PET to CT clinically for several years.

Further upcoming episodes will look at more from ICNC and also an interview with the first doctor on site at Fukushima reactor accident.

The first part will come as medium quality video for iphones or ipads or Audio

Please let me know what you think about the video versions of the podcast.

I am also looking for new material so please get in touch with me if you can contribute
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You can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com and http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com/.

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Wednesday, 3 August 2011

Dr Gordon DePuey Choosing Reconstruction clinical perspective audio version

Dr Gordon DePuey Choosing Reconstruction clinical perspective audio version

This podcast Features an interview with Dr Gordon DePuey and looks at tips for Choosing Reconstruction from clinical perspective looking at both software and hardware.

Further upcoming episodes will look at more from ICNC and also an interview with the first doctor on site at Fukushima reactor accident.

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Dr Gordon DePuey Choosing Reconstruction clinical perspective

Dr Gordon DePuey Choosing Reconstruction clinical perspective

This podcast Features an interview with Dr Gordon DePuey and looks at tips for Choosing Reconstruction from clinical perspective looking at both software and hardware.

Further upcoming episodes will look at more from ICNC and also an interview with the first doctor on site at Fukushima reactor accident.

The first part will come as medium quality video for iphones or ipads or Audio

Please let me know what you think about the video versions of the podcast.

I am also looking for new material so please get in touch with me if you can contribute
with an interview.
Direct link to itunes
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You can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com and http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com/.

The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com/
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Saturday, 21 May 2011

Mummies with cardiovascular disease audio edition

Mummies with cardiovascular disease audio edition
This podcast Features an interview with Gregory S Thomas MD, MPH, Adel H Allam MD, Randall C Thompson MD

Allam, et al. Journal of the American College of Cardiology: CVImaging 2011;4:315027


The first part will come as medium quality video for iphones or ipads or Audio

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Mummies with cardiovascular disease video edition

Mummies with cardiovascular disease video edition
This podcast Features an interview with Gregory S Thomas MD, MPH, Adel H Allam MD, Randall C Thompson MD

Allam, et al. Journal of the American College of Cardiology: CVImaging 2011;4:315027


The first part will come as medium quality video for iphones or ipads or Audio

Please let me know what you think about the video versions of the podcast.

I am also looking for new material so please get in touch with me if you can contribute
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The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com/
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Saturday, 14 May 2011

Rapidscan Part 2

Rapidscan Part 2
Please contact me Rob williams if you are going to ICNC the week of 16/5/2011

Features an interview with Brent K Blackburn, PhD, Founder and CEO of rapidscan a new cardiac stressing agent.

http://rapidscanpharma.com/

This podcast is the second part of the previous podcast it is audio only.

The first part will come as 720P high quality video for iphones or ipads or as low quality video for ipods or as audio you can also watch in 1080P high quality via this link 1080P HD VIDEO

Please let me know what you think about the video versions of the podcast.

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Tuesday, 26 April 2011

Rapidscan Part 1 medium quality video

Rapidscan Part 1
Features an interview with Brent K Blackburn, PhD, Founder and CEO of rapidscan a new cardiac stressing agent.

http://rapidscanpharma.com/

This podcast will be in two parts with the second part audio only.

The first part will come as 720P high quality video for iphones or ipads or as low quality video for ipods or as audio you can also watch in 1080P high quality via this link 1080P HD VIDEO

Please let me know what you think about the video versions of the podcast.

I am also looking for new material so please get in touch with me if you can contribute
with an interview.


Interesting news link re Japan http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/opinion/radiation-activists-and-other-hazards/story-e6frg6zo-1226044176093

Direct link to itunes 

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Also I have updated our links and you can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com
And http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into itunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com or http://www.molcast.com. The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com and the feed at http://cardiac.molcast.com.



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Rapidscan Part 1 Audio only version

Episode 43 Rapidscan Part 1
Features an interview with Brent K Blackburn, PhD, Founder and CEO of rapidscan a new cardiac stressing agent.

http://rapidscanpharma.com/

This podcast will be in two parts with the second part audio only.

The first part will come as 720P high quality video for iphones or ipads or as low quality video for ipods or as audio you can also watch in 1080P high quality via this link 1080P HD VIDEO

Please let me know what you think about the video versions of the podcast.

I am also looking for new material so please get in touch with me if you can contribute
with an interview.


Interesting news link re Japan http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/opinion/radiation-activists-and-other-hazards/story-e6frg6zo-1226044176093


Direct link to itunes 

Direct link to itunes, download itunes, install, then click this link to subscribe to podcast




Also I have updated our links and you can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com
And http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into itunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com or http://www.molcast.com. The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com and the feed at http://cardiac.molcast.com.



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Monday, 25 April 2011

Rapidscan Part 1 720p quality video

Rapidscan Part 1
Features an interview with Brent K Blackburn, PhD, Founder and CEO of rapidscan a new cardiac stressing agent.

http://rapidscanpharma.com/

This podcast will be in two parts with the second part audio only.

The first part will come as 720P high quality video for iphones or ipads or as low quality video for ipods or as audio you can also watch in 1080P high quality via this link 1080P HD VIDEO

Please let me know what you think about the video versions of the podcast.

I am also looking for new material so please get in touch with me if you can contribute
with an interview.
Interesting news link re: Japan and Chernoble
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/opinion/radiation-activists-and-other-hazards/story-e6frg6zo-1226044176093


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Also I have updated our links and you can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com
And http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into itunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com or http://www.molcast.com. The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com and the feed at http://cardiac.molcast.com.



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Sunday, 6 March 2011

Radio-Isotope Supply into the future

Radio-Isotope Supply into the future
Features interviews with Dr Neil Petry From Duke in the USA, and Dr James Ballinger from Guys and St Thomas in London UK

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Also I have updated our links and you can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com
And http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into itunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com or http://www.molcast.com. The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com and the feed at http://cardiac.molcast.com.



Please pass on information about this podcast to your colleagues and to your CPD provider.
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Monday, 30 August 2010

VQ SPECT new developments LV Failure

Episode 40 VQ SPECT new developments
This podcast features an interview  with Professors from Lund Sweden Bacj and Jonson
at the BNMS meeting

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Also I have updated our links and you can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com
And http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into itunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com or http://www.molcast.com. The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com and the feed at http://cardiac.molcast.com.



Please pass on information about this podcast to your colleagues and to your CPD provider.
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Sunday, 11 July 2010

Prof Ora Israel The Utility of Hybrid Imaging

Prof Ora Israel The Utility of Hybrid Imaging
This podcast an interview with rof Ora Israel on the The Utility of Hybrid Imaging
She discusses guided biopsy, PET with high fat diet for cardiac and much more.
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Also I have updated our links and you can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com
And http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com or http://www.molcast.com. The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com and the feed at http://cardiac.molcast.com.



Please pass on information about this podcast to your colleagues and to your CPD provider.
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Thursday, 25 February 2010

CardiArc

CardiArc
This podcast an interview with Lisa Hazen CNMT, FSNMTS, from Cardiarc. Discussing a new type of cardiac gamma camera.
Cardiarc website


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Take the Quiz on episode 17 and
Take the Quiz on episode 18
free.

Also I have updated our links and you can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com
And http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com or http://www.molcast.com. The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com and the feed at http://cardiac.molcast.com.



Please pass on information about this podcast to your colleagues and to your CPD provider.
Remember you can get the podcast but going to itunes and entering the search term nuclear medicine best the way to subscribe is via this link


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Dual isotope with a difference



Direct Imaging of Exercise-Induced Myocardial Ischemia With Fluorine-18–Labeled Deoxyglucose and Tc-99m-Sestamibi in Coronary Artery Disease

This podcast features and interview with Dr Jain from Philadelphia. It looks at Direct Imaging of Exercise-Induced Myocardial Ischemia With Fluorine-18–Labeled Deoxyglucose and Tc-99m-Sestamibi in Coronary Artery Disease.

Note this is NOT using FDG for viability


Try this podcast also ASNC 2007

for those that want to try a quiz for our recent podcast they can go direct to Take the Quiz on episode 17 and
Take the Quiz on episode 18
without registering but if you are interested in getting CPD point for listening to the podcast please email me at
rob@nuccast.com so I can send you a login code. This is a beta-test program and completely free.

Also I have updated our links and you can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com
And http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com or http://www.molcast.com. The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com and the feed at http://cardiac.molcast.com.


You can get text of the podcasts from
Podzinger


Please pass on information about this podcast to your colleagues and to your CPD provider.
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Most importantly of all please help this podcast by contributing your opinions, Sound files, emails or phone calls details below:

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1. Call toll-free anytime 24/7 in the USA at 1-888-65-GCAST (888-654-2278). If outside USA: +1-305-437-8719.
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Saturday, 14 February 2009

molly supply

Molly Supply
This podcast features an interview with Dr Christoper O'Brien
from Canada on the origins, issues and actions around the supply of Molybdenum


Take the Quiz on episode 17 and
Take the Quiz on episode 18
free.

Also I have updated our links and you can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com
And http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com or http://www.molcast.com. The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com and the feed at http://cardiac.molcast.com.


You can get text of the podcasts from
Podzinger


Please pass on information about this podcast to your colleagues and to your CPD provider.
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Most importantly of all please help this podcast by contributing your opinions, Sound files, emails or phone calls details below:

You click on the little bird icon below and it will allow you to send me a voice mail from your computer.
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1. Call toll-free anytime 24/7 in the USA at 1-888-65-GCAST (888-654-2278). If outside USA: +1-305-437-8719.
2. Enter the phone number 207-099-2527
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3. Record your message, don’t worry it wont go straight into the podcast unless you ask me too.
Please leave your name and email address in your message so I can get back to you.
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Send Me A Message
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