Are you ready for the Nuclear Cardiology boards? While you’ve likely spent much of your medical career with your head in a textbook, there are many benefits to studying through this traditional medium. In addition to taking practice test questions, reading will give you a leg up as you study.
There are many resources available to complement your review. We’ve narrowed down the top 5 books to help you pass the Nuclear Cardiology board certification exam.
- According to those who’ve recently taken the Nuclear Cardiology Board exam, Nuclear Cardiology: Practical Applications by
- The counterpart to the Practical Application book would be Nuclear Cardiology: Technical Applications by Gary Heller
- Known as the “Gold Standard” by many students, Nuclear Cardiac Imaging: Principles and Applications by Pro Tip: Buy one copy of this book, and split up the chapters with you and your classmates. Each of you can then make notes of the chapters you review so you don’t have to spend too much time reading through the book cover to cover.
- The Atlas of Nuclear Cardiology by
- The last book on our list (although there are many more to choose from) is Nuclear Cardiology Review: A Self-Assessment Tool by
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