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Morton Kern, MD
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Laurie Gustafson
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Rebecca Kapur
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Editorial Correspondence

Rebecca Kapur, Managing Editor, Cath Lab Digest
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September 2002

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This is your publication, and we’re grateful for your interest and contributions. Without you, we are not of much use! Cath Lab Digest always attempts to reflect the dedication and intelligence of our readers. If CLD makes a mistake or doesn’t live u…
Medcon Provides Cardiac Image Management and Archiving for The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia has selected Medcon Telemedicine Technology as a provider of cardiac image management and archiving solution…
I have been given the task of defending the position of early invasive therapy against that of early conservative therapy. My goal is to take the clinical trial data and incorporate it into our everyday practice. I believe that the concept of early i…
Long-Term: Abciximab & Tirofiban Similar A recent study clarifies the differences between tirofiban and abciximab. This study looked at outcomes for 4,809 people six months after they had coronary-artery angioplasty with stent placement. They fo…
Use of eMedcon is focused around a facility-individualized website developed and hosted by Medcon. eMedcon software uploads angiographic and echo images for online access. Users might be referring physicians who wish to send images to tertiary care f…
Use of eMedcon is focused around a facility-individualized website developed and hosted by Medcon. eMedcon software uploads angiographic and echo images for online access. Users might be referring physicians who wish to send images to tertiary care f…
Why did you choose to work in the invasive cardiology field? I love invasive cardiology because the work is never routine. It’s direct contact with the patients that depend on your skills and knowledge. I love the fact that interventional cardiology…