Webinar | Computed Tomography (CT)| October 07, 2015

Webinar: Benefits of Using Model-based Reconstruction for CT Cardiac Imaging and TAVR Planning

Imaging Technology News Webinar Series – Supported by an educational grant from Phillips Healthcare  

Claudio Smuclovisky

Claudio Smuclovisky

This webinar provides an overview of the use and purpose of next generation model based reconstruction for cardiac computed tomography (CT) imaging and transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) planning and provide strategies to apply this to practice.

This webinar took place Nov. 12, 2015. Click here to access the online archive version of this webinar

Statement of Purpose/Need:

This webinar will provide physicians, technologists and administrators an overview of the use and purpose of next generation model based reconstruction for cardiac CT imaging and TAVR planning, and provide strategies to apply this to practice.

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to:

Describe the technology benefits of next generation model reconstruction

Apply next generation model reconstruction for cardiac CT imaging and TAVR planning

Intended Audience:

This webinar is intended for cardiovascular imagers, radiologists, cardiologists, CT technologists and administrators.


Claudio Smuclovisky, M.D., FACC, FSCCT

Smuclovisky is the director of the South Florida Medical Imaging Cardiovascular Institute, at Holy Cross Hospital. He is an expert in cardiovascular CT and has authored textbooks on the subject and scores of articles. He was a founding member of the Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography (SCCT).

There is no CME for the archive version of this webinar.

Register to view the archive version of this webinar

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