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Dr Warrick Bishop's new book Have you planned your Heart Attack is available online

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I have an enthusiasm about, and belief in, the technology of cardiac CT and what it can offer… From a practical as well as a logical perspective, cardiac CT imaging’s contribution to improved patient care is markedly under-utilised. …I believe this book demonstrates that there is ample observational data available to support the up-take of the technology... …the person most interested in being aware of what is available is the patient: YOU! This book has been written specifically to provide information which will allow you, should you be a patient, to engage with your general practitioner and your specialist in a more detailed and robust exchange around what screening, treatment and/or management might be appropriate for you.
Wishing you good health.

Warrick Bishop; from the Epilogue, pages 227-228