The new survey, developed by the American College of Cardiology, included input from program directors throughout the United States.
Brian Ghoshhajra, MD, division chief, cardiovascular imaging, Massachusetts General Hospital, explains what specialized training is needed to perform coronary computed tomography angiography (CCTA) as interest rapidly rises in this field.
The virtual reality training sessions were designed to feature "the same sights, sound and sensations a surgeon would encounter during real procedures."
The screening, carried out with handheld ultrasound devices, can lead to quicker diagnoses and better patient care.
The document, published in numerous journals, was designed to help trainees improve their understanding of cardiovascular computed tomography.
“The association between surgeon experience and operative outcomes has been the subject of debate," the researchers explained.
Two companies serving medical imagers just had products cleared for marketing in the U.S.
Defendants in the case allegedly defrauded CMS for millions of dollars that were spent on luxury vehicles, real estate and more.
Surgeons at NYU Langone Health successfully transplanted two genetically engineered pigs hearts into recently deceased humans in June and July.