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roentgenographic examination of arteries

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Clouse will present on coronary artery calcification, CT coronary arteriography.
We have already demonstrated in a private cardiology practice, that the routine use of PET in properly selected patients results in a 50% reduction in the use of coronary arteriography and bypass surgery with improved clinical outcomes for the patient, and a 25% reduction in coronary disease management costs for third party payors, using a Positron PET system and Bracco Rubidium 82 infusion system.
Complications of selective percutaneous transfemoral coronary arteriography and their prevention.
Iopamidol Injection, USP is indicated for angiography throughout the cardiovascular system, including cerebral and peripheral arteriography and coronary arteriography, as well as contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CECT) of the head and body, and adult and pediatric intravenous excretory urography.
In another study involving 1,707 consecutive patients undergoing coronary arteriography, 985 were found to have severe coronary artery disease.
Prognostic value of coronary calcification and angiographic stenosis in patients undergoing coronary arteriography.
Coronary arteriography, the ultimate clinical arbiter, demonstrated atherothrombotic occlusion in the middle portion of a dominant left circumflex coronary artery.
The total cholesterol was elevated in 73% pre- and only 25% post-scan * The low density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL) was elevated in 84% pre- and 31% post-scan * 25% were on statin (cholesterol lowering) therapy pre- and 58% post-scan * 75% reported lifestyle changes in diet, exercise and weight reduction * 30% reduced their total and LDL cholesterol by lifestyle changes alone * 69% then had treadmill tests for further evaluation and 10% of these (9 patients) required further intervention -- coronary arteriography with stenting or coronary bypass surgery.
Merhige's study demonstrates that invasive procedures such as coronary arteriography, coronary bypass surgery and stent implantation are over utilized in the United States, contributing to unnecessary health care expense without improved patient outcomes.
Coronary arteriography revealed total occlusion of the right coronary in its mid portion and 90% narrowing of the left circumflex beyond a large first obtuse marginal branch.
1993), examined the use of coronary arteriography, PTCA, and CABG, using Medicare data from 1988.
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