Zero Coronary Calcium a 'Gatekeeper' Screen in Acute Chest Pain?

07:21 EDT 7 Aug 2017 | Medscape

Among patients presenting to the ER with acute chest pain and a low- to intermediate-risk of acute coronary syndrome, a coronary artery calcium score of 0 had a high negative predictive value for CAD.
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