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CTCA NICE Guidelines

The recently published National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) clinical guideline on ‘Chest pain of recent onset: assessment and diagnosis (CG95)‘, suggests Computer Tomography Coronary Angiography (CTCA) as the first line investigation for patients with stable chest pain if clinical assessment indicates typical or atypical angina, or a non-anginal chest pain with ECG changes suggesting underlying coronary artery disease.

CTCA is a relatively new technique and therefore the number of professionals currently trained in its acquisition and reporting is limited.

The British Society of Cardiovascular Imaging has recently published a report outlining the challenges these new guidelines may post to Trusts.

If you are now scanning in accordance with these guidelines and need some support with reporting, we have a fully trained team of cardiologists and radiologists who can help you, including our clinical leads Dr Anna Herrey and Dr Marina Hughes who are Level 3 Accredited Practitioners.

We care about patients, understanding the positive difference our reporting can make. This is remote radiology reporting, your way. As and when you need us.

For more information about this service you can contact our Business Development team – info@4waysdiagnostics.co.uk / 01442 868774

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