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John Tobias Nagurney M.D. is an attending physician at the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine. He is also an Associate Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School.
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Dr. John T. Nagurney, attending physician at the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine, received his M.D. from Cornell University Medical College. He also has a MPH from Harvard University School of Public Health. Dr. Nagurney completed his residency at The New York Hospital- Cornell University Medical Center and the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Hospital. He also completed a fellowship in Public Health and General Internal Medicine and Ambulatory Care at The New York Hospital's Cornell University Medical Center.
Dr. Nagurney is the Research Director for the Department of Emergency Medicine. In this capacity he oversees and conducts significant research regarding many aspects of emergency care, and he assists other principal investigators in study design, human subject considerations, and research methodology. He has also developed a curriculum in research methodology and teaches approaches to research for the Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency program.
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Incorporating coronary CT angiography into the initial evaluation of low-risk patients coming to hospital emergency departments with chest pain appears to reduce the time patients spend in the hospital without incurring additional costs or exposing patients to significant risks.
Cardiac CT gives emergency physicians the ability to predict major adverse cardiac events (MACE) in patients presenting with chest pain, according to a study published in the May issue of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
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