The lack of modern computer scanners and knowledgeable radiologists have caused thousands of deaths because patients with chest pain have not been able to get the recommended checks, experts have warned.
Notwithstanding the NHNC guidelines, at least 56,289 patients with hormone hormone access to CT were not allowed in the past year, despite the fact that breast pain should be offered to all patients, according to the Royal Radiologists (RCR) patronage.
In some parts of the UK, test scoring lists and RRR estimates for the past 26 weeks are capable of controlling 132,000 patients with severe CT scanners with a number of scanners last year.
Early scanning can save life. The former major medical practice has reduced the mortality and heart attack by about two times in 2018 from 3.9% to 2.3% in the previous five years.
Dr. Andrew Bili, Medical Director of the Redcollectic Clinic, said: "It will save thousands of heart attacks and deaths every year, and this will reduce the number of people." Independent.
Physicians involved in modern equipment prefer people who need surgery and control, and those who need surgical interventions to eliminate arteriosclerosis. But the negative effect also has significant advantages.
"I can say that I can not go home without this problem effectively," D. said. "It's not up to their mind, it's impossible to control the hospital and the GP, and you can stop the medication if you tell them you will not attack the heart for the next five years."
Angina, which is a result of heart failure, usually does not endanger life, but increases the risk of cardiovascular disease.
From 2016, the National Health and Health Institute (NICE), which advises English NHS treatment, should present computed tomographic coronary angiography (CTCA) to all patients with symptoms of angina.
However, nowadays, CT scanner numbers in the UK are relatively smaller than those of Hungary with only nine per 100,000 people, and 100 to 35 in Germany.
According to Dr. Beale, nearly a half of CT scanners allow for the NICE bid. Also, there is a fact that "Breckside helped" in the UK when the least number of roentgenologists in every country was low.
Wales scanned 4854 Anguilla patients with the largest disadvantages, including 78 percent of the estimated RRC, followed by Scotland (73 percent) and Northern Ireland (58 percent).
Although England is the best performer, Nice is the only country to use, and RCR estimates 69,865 people in the CTCA scan – 37 percent of the total angina.
It is designed to reduce budgetary funds and to replicate NHS's sophisticated budget budgets, equipment for maintenance, equipment for hospitals with daily money.
Independent The trends identified in October amounted to £ 3bn, and have increased in the most upscale repair and modernization of equipment considered to be a serious threat to patients.
"We do not know what the chance of carrying out front-end trials for anyone with a chest pain," says Dr. Giles Rhoditti, President of the British Society for Cardiovascular Diagnostics. RCR.
"Instead, in many hospitals, it is easier for a runner to scratch the magnetic resonance scalp, which is at the heart of the heart attack to get the patient's CTCA.
"Cardiac deaths are not permitted because they can not properly deliver these scanners in the UK".
Professor Ser Nilesh Samani, British British Heart Foundation and Charity Medical Director, said: "There is no diagnosis of life-threatening life-saving heart disease in the UK, where CT-therapy is not available.
"BHF-assisted studies have shown that patients with angina symptoms are less likely to be involved in CT-scanning or heart attack as part of their assessment."
Representative of the Department of Health and Social Security: "We want patients to receive world-class medical care and provide NHS employment and training talented professionals. We have invested $ 3.9 billion into new capital investments. We have announced the tenge and in addition to 2023/24 we have added 20.5 billion tenge. A long-term long-term long-term plan for the NHS that supports the dollar carries out long-term health care services on a regular basis.
"The number of clinical radiologists in Britain is 29 percent since 2010, but we want to continue to grow. This is the reason why we will be able to specialize in clinical radiology for the next three years. "