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Scientists produce medical isotopes using X-rays

ASNC SmartBrief | Nov 19, 2014

A team of scientists has generated medical isotopes using X-rays, a breakthrough that could help ease worries about supplies of medical isotopes used for diagnostic purposes. Two or three facilities like the one led by Mark de Jong that uses the Canadian Light Source synchrotron could meet all of Canada's need for the isotopes, de Jong says. Toronto Star, The (11/14)


FDG-PET shows potential in diagnosing prosthetic valve endocarditis

ASNC SmartBrief | Nov 24, 2014

Complimentary webinar series starts Dec. 10: Best Practices in Nuclear Cardiology

ASNC SmartBrief | Nov 19, 2014

Study links mother's BMI, later heart risk for children

ASNC SmartBrief | Nov 19, 2014

Online tool assesses cardiovascular disease risk

ASNC SmartBrief | Nov 19, 2014

Advances in Nuclear Cardiology and Cardiac CT course in Los Angeles this January

ASNC SmartBrief | Nov 24, 2014

US plus transthoracic echo maximizes efficiency of CVC placement, evaluation

ASNC SmartBrief | Nov 19, 2014

Report: U.S. hospitals make progress on heart care quality

ASNC SmartBrief | Nov 24, 2014

6 tools that are advancing digital health

ASNC SmartBrief | Nov 24, 2014

Model heart made with 3D printing aids congenital repairs

ASNC SmartBrief | Nov 24, 2014


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