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Improving Care for Cardiac Patients is Centerpiece of American Society of Nuclear Cardiology Meeting
Date:7/8/2009

BETHESDA, Md., July 8 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American Society of Nuclear Cardiology (www.asnc.org) will host its 14th Annual Scientific Session October 1 - 4, 2009 in Minneapolis, MN. Imaging specialists from around the world will gather at ASNC2009 to discuss the meeting's theme - "Quality and Patient-Centered Outcomes in Cardiac Imaging."

With original scientific abstract poster sessions, dynamic lectures, and late-breaking clinical trial presentations, the ASNC Annual Scientific Session is critical to advancing best practices and new research in the field of cardiovascular imaging. More than 1,000 physicians, scientists, technologists, and nurses will attend this year's meeting, which will feature lectures from esteemed faculty such as Dr. Manuel Cerqueira of the Cleveland Clinic, Dr. Robert Bonow of the Mayo Clinic, and Dr. Jack Lewin of the American College of Cardiology.

"It is an exciting time for cardiovascular imaging," said ASNC President Jennifer Mieres, MD, FASNC. "ASNC2009 showcases how far we've come as a profession and the new research and technology that are helping advance our field and enable us to provide optimal care to our patients. We have been working diligently to improve efficacy and patient outcomes of cardiovascular imaging. This conference provides us with an opportunity to step back, assess the progress we've made, and identify and discuss the challenges that remain."

For a full program agenda, scientific abstracts, and registration materials, please visit www.asnc.org/ASNC2009.

The American Society of Nuclear Cardiology (ASNC) is the leader in education, advocacy, and quality for the field of nuclear cardiology. Serving more than 5,000 individuals in over 50 countries, ASNC is the only professional association dedicated to the dynamic subspecialty of nuclear cardiology.


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