Education

Education

Educational resources for a successful Cardiac PET practice

The decision to start a Cardiac PET program may be considered a daunting task for some facilities given the many considerations and decisions associated with moving forward. To make this process more manageable, IONETIX is offering a webinar series, Considerations for Starting and Implementing a Successful Cardiac PET Program, to serve as a guide for getting started and being successful.

This webinar series has been developed to provide a review of all aspects and considerations, both technical and administrative, for starting and implementing a successful Cardiac PET program.

The series will begin with an overview of the clinical advantages of Cardiac PET compared to other modalities, technical consideration including radiopharmaceutical, imaging protocols and camera optimization, application of myocardial blood flow and administrative considerations including reimbursement, marketing, and training for physicians and technologists. View the webinar playback links below.

IONETIX Case Study Series

On Demand Presentations

Experience with N13 Ammonia Myocardial Perfusion Imaging after 2000 Studies: A Case Review

Presenter: Thomas L. Rosamond, MD, MSc, FAHA, FACC, FASE, Division Director, Cardiovascular Imaging Services and Advanced Cardiovascular Imaging (CT, Nuclear, PET, CMRI), Associate Professor of Medicine – Cardiology, University of Kansas Health System, Kansas City, Kansas

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Thomas L. Rosamond, MD, MSc, FAHA, FACC, FASE

Why N13 Ammonia PET/CT-MPI?

Presenter: Dr. Thomas Rosamond, MD, FACC, FAHA, Associate Professor of Medicine – Cardiology, Director of Nuclear Cardiology, University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, KS

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N-13 Ammonia PET/CT Myocardial Blood Flow Assessment: Technical Considerations and Clinical Value

Presenter: Dr. Sharmila Dorbala, Director of Nuclear Cardiology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Associate Professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School

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Sharmila Dorbala N-13 Ammonia

Considerations for Implementing a Successful Cardiac PET Program Part I: Overview of the Clinical Advantages of Cardiac PET

Presenter: Joe Oliverio, VP Clinical Affairs, Ionetix Corporation and April Mann,VP Clinical Development, Ionetix Corporation

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Cardiac PET Series Part 1

Considerations for Implementing a Successful Cardiac PET Program Part 2: Camera and Radiopharmaceuticals

Presenter: Dr. Robert Bober, MD, Director, Molecular Imaging & Nuclear Cardiology, Ochsner Health

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Cardiac PET Series Part 2

Considerations for Implementing a Successful Cardiac PET Program Part 3: Considerations for Performing Myocardial Blood Flow

Presenter: Dr. Robert DeKemp, Head Imaging Physicist, Cardiac Imaging, University of Ottawa Heart Institute

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Cardiac PET Series Part 3

Considerations for Implementing a Successful Cardiac PET Program Part 4: Interpretation and Reporting Considerations for Cardiac PET MPI

Presenter: Presenter: Dr. Richard L. Weinberg, MD, PhD. Cardiologist, Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute of Northwestern, and Assistant Professor, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL

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Cardiac PET Series - Part 4

Considerations for Implementing a Successful Cardiac PET Program – Part 6: Considerations for Other Non MPI Imaging (Inflammation and Infection Imaging)

Presenter: Panithaya Chareonthaitawee, M.D.  Director, Nuclear Cardiology, Mayo Clinic, Associate Professor of Medicine in the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Rochester, MN

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Considerations for Implementing a Successful Cardiac PET Program – Part 6: Considerations for Other Non MPI Imaging (Inflammation and Infection Imaging)

Considerations for Implementing a Successful Cardiac PET Program – Part 7: Utilizing N13 Ammonia for Cardiac PET

Presenters: April Mann, MBA, CNMT, NCT, RT(N), Ionetix Corporation

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Cardiac PET Series 7

Stress, CFR, or Both?: Coronary Flow Capacity by PET/CT to Predict Outcomes

Presenter: Dr. Nils Johnson, Associate Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine, McGovern Medical School, The University of Texas Health Science Center of Houston

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Nils Johnson Coronary Flow Capacity

What to Consider When Starting a Cardiac PET Program

Presenter: Dr. Robert Bober, Director of Molecular Imaging and Nuclear Cardiology, Ochsner Health

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Robert Bober Cardiac PET

Value of Cardiac PET During COVID-19, Combining MPI and Flow Quantitation

Presenter: Dr. Munir Ghesani, Mount Sinai Health System, Vice President-Elect of SNMMI

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Munir Ghesani Value of Cardiac PET