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IAC Vascular Testing
IAC program for facilities applying for accreditation in vascular testing.

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IAC program for facilities applying for accreditation in adult or pediatric echocardiography.

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IAC program for facilities applying for accreditation in nuclear cardiology, nuclear medicine or PET imaging.

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IAC program for facilities applying for accreditation in diagnostic computed tomography (CT).

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IAC program for practices applying for accreditation in Maxillofacial CT.

IAC Vein Center
IAC program for facilities applying for accreditation in superficial venous treatment and management.

IAC Cardiac Electrophysiology
IAC program for accreditation in cardiac electrophysiology (EP).

IAC Cardiovascular Catheterization
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