Here's how this new technology diagnoses heart failure in 8 minutes
Researchers make use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to develop detailed four-dimensional (4D) flow images of the heart with the help of super-fast method called 'Kat-ARC' that only take eight minutes, unlike the conventional MRI which takes up to or more than 20 minutes.
A unique technology has been developed to diagnose patients with heart failure at half time than usual which can also be useful in providing more effective treatment to patients. Researchers at the University of East Anglia (UEA), UK, developed this innovative technology, according to the news agency PTI.
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