The addition of IQ-SPECT to SPECT-CT studies may lead to new risk stratification algorithms and work-ups for patients with suspected CAD.
What does NERS stand for?
NERS stands for New Risk Stratification (cardiovascular medicine)
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We have 21 other meanings of NERS in our Acronym Attic
- Nuclear Energy Reactor Review Team
- National Emergency Response and Rescue Training Center (Texas Engineering Extension Service and National Domestic Preparedness Consortium)
- Nano Electronic Receiver Switch (Hansen Hobbies)
- National Electricity Registration Scheme (UK)
- National Emergency Response Structure
- National Emergency Response System (Canada)
- Neutral Earthing Resistor (electricity)
- New England Regional Symposium (Emergency Nurses Association)
- New England Rug Society (Boston, MA)
- New Enhancements Request System
- North Atlantic European Routing Scheme
- North of England Rat Society (UK)
- North of England Refugee Service (UK)
- Northeast Region Stranding Network (marine animal science)
- Northeast Resins and Silicones (Southington, CT)
- Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences
- Nurses Evaluation Rating Scale (psychiatric nursing)
- (European Fast Reactor Power Station)
- National Energy Regulator of South Africa
- North East Regional Science Association (est. 1970; Binghamton, NY)
Samples in periodicals archive:
New Risk Stratification Tool for Heart Failure and Acute Coronary Syndrome Patients SAN DIEGO -- Critical Diagnostics announced today that it has received CE (Conformite Europeenne) Mark for its high sensitivity Presage ST2 Assay and is commencing commercialization in Europe.
Investigators in the International Study on Syncope of Uncertain Etiology 2 (ISSUE2) trial used a new risk stratification and treatment strategy to identify which patients with neurally mediated syncope can benefit most from an implantable device and experience a reduction in fainting episodes.