Genomic testing to take on unnecessary coronary angiography? | theheart.org

March 6, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

It’s no secret that a high percentage of the two million coronary angiographies performed in the US each year are unnecessary—analysis of the ACC database published 2010 in NEJM concluded that more than 60% of tests showed no significant coronary disease. How do we stop the waste and the needless radiation exposure? There’s a new genomic test for that.

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