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Cardiovascular (invasive and non-invasive) imaging is developing at ultrafast pace. In this edition, we present to you 25 companies which are at the forefront of revolutionizing cardiac imaging. 


These "imaging leaders" are truly impacting the future of cardiac care by bringing in wide range of innovations from artificial intelligence to deep learning algorithms, from 3D image rendering to advanced real-time visualization. As you browse through the pages, you will see how these companies are introducing innovations for different imaging modalities such as echo, CT, MRI, and nuclear.


These companies will continue to break new grounds, offering providers and patients with life-changing insights into a variety of heart conditions that may be hard to detect without the aid of technology. In the following pages, as we present you the stories of new league of "imaging leaders", we hope you will be exited with the potential future of cardiac imaging. 


From a clinical perspective, several practicing leaders share their thoughts and wisdom on topics ranging from stress echocardiography, cardiac MRI, cardiac CT, AI in nuclear cardiology, molecular imaging to image-guided therapy. Experts also share the joys and tribulations of a career in cardiovascular imaging, as they reflect on their own career.


We hope you will enjoy reading this special edition as much as we did putting it together. Despite the success stories of use of innovative solutions in cardiac imaging, we are only at the beginning of a journey. The future will be about integration of different technologies and modalities. Happy reading!


John Mathews

editor@cardiology2.com

Exponentially Exploding Imaging Applications