Turner Talks with Cheryl Turner and guests Dusty York and Dr. Richard Fleming Discuss the Quantification Methods

  Nov 26th, 2019   -     1.0 CE Credit, Podcast   -  

(1.0 CE Credit) | This discussion is about the ideas and theories of Dr. Richard Fleming regarding the need for quantification in nuclear imaging. The group will talk about the differences between qualitative vs quantitative results and how this impacts patient diagnosis and treatment. Dr. Fleming will explain the sophistication of nuclear imaging, while discussing the consequences of relying solely on qualitative imaging and the critical need to update current methods. The panel will look into diagnosis and treatment of cancer and heart disease, measured quantitatively, and will talk about the value of data in the patient care process.

Program Overview & Objectives

  • Discuss the difference between qualitative vs quantitative results
  • Talk about various nuclear imaging technologies
  • Understand how the camera can lose information
  • Recall methods of measuring flow in cardiac studies
  • Describe the measurement of treatment effectiveness for heart disease and cancer

Program link to get CEs: https://rad-cast.com/turner-talks-with-cheryl-turner-and-guests-dusty-york-and-dr-richard-fleming-discussing-the-quantification-methods/

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