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Monday, December 17, 2007

Episode 21 The real effect of stress




This podcast features and interview with Dr Verona from Italy.

The real effect of stress

for those that want to try a quiz for our recent podcast they can go direct to Take the Quiz on episode 17 and
Take the Quiz on episode 18
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Also I have updated our links and you can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com
And http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com or http://www.molcast.com. The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com and the feed at http://cardiac.molcast.com.


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Sunday, November 18, 2007

20 Dual isotope with a difference



Direct Imaging of Exercise-Induced Myocardial Ischemia With Fluorine-18–Labeled Deoxyglucose and Tc-99m-Sestamibi in Coronary Artery Disease

This podcast features and interview with Dr Jain from Philadelphia. It looks at Direct Imaging of Exercise-Induced Myocardial Ischemia With Fluorine-18–Labeled Deoxyglucose and Tc-99m-Sestamibi in Coronary Artery Disease.

Note this is NOT using FDG for viability


Try this podcast also ASNC 2007

for those that want to try a quiz for our recent podcast they can go direct to Take the Quiz on episode 17 and
Take the Quiz on episode 18
without registering but if you are interested in getting CPD point for listening to the podcast please email me at
rob@nuccast.com so I can send you a login code. This is a beta-test program and completely free.

Also I have updated our links and you can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com
And http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com or http://www.molcast.com. The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com and the feed at http://cardiac.molcast.com.


You can get text of the podcasts from
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Please pass on information about this podcast to your colleagues and to your CPD provider.
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Sunday, October 21, 2007

Episode 19 The INSPIRE trial



The Inspire trial

This podcast features and interview with Dr Mahmarian from Houston Texas. It looks at the implications of the INSPIRE trial which used myocardial perfusion imaging to manage pre-exisitng cardiac disease.

for those that want to try a quiz for our recent podcast they can go direct to Take the Quiz on episode 17 without registering but if you are interested in getting CPD point for listening to the podcast please email me at
rob@nuccast.com so I can send you a login code. This is a beta-test program and completely free.

Also I have updated our links and you can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com
And http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com or http://www.molcast.com. The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com and the feed at http://cardiac.molcast.com.


You can get text of the podcasts from
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Please pass on information about this podcast to your colleagues and to your CPD provider.
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Saturday, September 08, 2007

Episode 18 Myocardial Perfusion Imaging and Diabetes


Myocardial Perfusion Imaging and Diabetes
This podcast features and interview with Dr Franz Wakers from Yale on the DIAD trial on the use of myocardial perfusion screening in asymptomatic diabetics.

For those interested in getting CPD point for listening to the podcast please email me at
rob@nuccast.com so I can send you a login code. This is a beta-test program and completely free.

Also I have updated our links and you can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com
And http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com or http://www.molcast.com. The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com and the feed at http://cardiac.molcast.com.


You can get text of the podcasts from
Podzinger


Please pass on information about this podcast to your colleagues and to your CPD provider.
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Sunday, August 12, 2007

Episode17 Chemical Stress


This episode features an interview with Dr Glover on New chemical methods of stressing. Especially new types of adenosine.

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Sunday, June 17, 2007

Episode 16 Dr Strauss on vulnerable plaque


Interview with Dr Strauss on vulnerable plaque
This podcast is part of series of podcasts on Nuclear Medicine

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Monday, May 28, 2007

ep 15 Collimator Choice and Reconstruction algorithm


Collimator Choice and Reconstruction algorithm
This podcast is part of series of podcasts on Nuclear Medicine
this episode features an interview with Dr Kaspersky from UCL on his research into finding optimum reconstruction algorythmns and how that affects collimator choice.


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Monday, May 07, 2007

Episode14 ED function and Dysponea


ED function and Dysponea
Show notes
This podcast is part of series of podcasts on Nuclear Medicine this episode features an interview with Dr Clements from the mayo clinic on ED function and Dysponea

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There is a new subset podcast where you can subscribe to just the cardiac issues of the Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Medicine podcast.

You can subscribe to it here via this link
link Cardiac nuclear medicine feed

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Saturday, March 31, 2007

Podcast 13 Choline PET and prostate cancer


Choline PET and prostate cancer
Show notes
This podcast is part of series of podcasts on Nuclear Medicine
this episode features an interview with Dr Werner Langsteger on PET choline in prostate cancer.


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Sunday, February 25, 2007

Episode 12 Cardiac Nuclear Medicine in the UK


Show notes
Two interviews focusing on cardiac disease in the UK
With Professor Richard Underwood
And Dr Eric Lim

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