Clinicians practicing nuclear cardiology are constantly faced with updated technology. Over the past decade, there have been significant advances in hardware, software, and scanning protocols. Staying up to date with these advances can be challenging, yet it is critical to provide the highest-quality service at the lowest possible cost. Meeting this challenge requires nuclear cardiologists to constantly learn about new developments so these advances can be implemented in a reasonable manner. The fourth edition of Clinical Nuclear Cardiology by Barry Zaret and George Beller serves this critical need for physicians, technologists, and physicists seeking to stay abreast of the latest research to provide optimal patient care.
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