The April 26, 2022, session of Duke Medicine LEADS featured Robert William Harrison, MD presenting on "Cardiology Updates: Contemporary Approach to Evaluating Chest Pain."
Atypical chest pain should no longer be used. Rather, chest pain should be described by the likelihood that it is cardiac or non-cardiac.
Anatomical testing with coronary CT angiography or coronary calcium scoring has an emerging role in the evaluation of chest pain.
Duke Medicine Learning, Education, and Discussion Series (LEADS) takes place each Tuesday at 12 p.m. Learn more and see schedule of upcoming sessions.