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

Steven Dapra sjd at swcp.com
Thu Feb 28 21:01:06 CST 2008

Feb. 28

         These links do not take you to the article.  It appears that one 
must be a member of Aunt Minnie to read anything on 'her' website.

Steven Dapra

At 05:21 PM 2/28/08 -0700, AuntMinnie.com wrote:
>ksparth at yahoo.co.uk sent you this article from AuntMinnie.com
>  <http://www.auntminnie.com/index.asp?sec=def&wf=1236>
>[Home <http://www.auntminnie.com/index.asp?sec=def&wf=1236> ]
>         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.
>Click here to read this article

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