Sunday, 21 October 2007
The Inspire trial
This podcast features and interview with Dr Mahmarian from Houston Texas. It looks at the implications of the INSPIRE trial which used myocardial perfusion imaging to manage pre-exisitng cardiac disease.
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Posted by The Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Medicine Podcast at 18:13