ASIR coronary CTA technique reduces radiation dose by 27 percent A new low-dose coronary computed tomography angiography technique known as adaptive statistical iterative reconstruction can decrease the radiation dose associated with coronary CTA by 27 %, according to a study in the September problem of the American Journal of Roentgenology while reducing the radiation dose. Related StoriesAngiography and MPI: an interview with Professor Mauro Magnani University of UrbinoIdentifying obstructive coronary artery disease in females: an interview with Dr More information here . Ladapo, NYU College of MedicineThe large multicenter study included 574 sufferers going through coronary CTA at three imaging centers.
A version of the Bloodstream journal app for Android devices will be available. The Blood journal app was developed by Dartmouth Journal Providers and The Sheridan Technology Group with support from a subcommittee of the following ASH people: Patrick Gallagher, MD, Yale University Stratford May, MD, PhD, University of Florida Menaka Pai, MD, McMaster University Georgia Vogelsang, MD, The Johns Hopkins University At release, ASH is offering a free of charge 90-day time trial of the Bloodstream journal app to everyone. After 90 days, Blood ASH or subscriber member credentials will be asked to continue steadily to access full-text content articles using the app.