[ RadSafe ] How 64-slice CT saved my life: An administrator's story

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	ksparth at yahoo.co.uk wrote: Friends, I am sending this report
which Auntminniefeatures published today. (I consider that it is a very
useful portal).This is a typical instance in which some professionals
try to influence symptomless persons to undergo cardiac CT. Seasoned
physicians who support evidence -based medicine may not accept this
approach. In fact, medical specialists by and large criticize the
anecdotal approach of those who practice alternate medicine. Without
prejudice, do you have any views on this?. K.S.Parthasarathy 	

How 64-slice CT saved my life: An administrator's story
Coronary CT angiography (CTA) saved the life of Jim Pittman. Pittman, an
administrator at Bedford Regional Medical Center in Indiana, shares his
story with AuntMinnie.com -- how he decided to volunteer to undergo CTA
on his hospital's new 64-slice CT scanner for technologist training, and
how his decision ended up saving his life.

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