Cardiovascular Interventional Technology


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Welcome to the Cardiovascular Interventional Technology Program

In this challenging role, you’ll work with sophisticated fluoroscopic equipment to take images of the heart and surrounding blood vessels. You will assist with procedures such as angioplasty, stenting, thrombolysis, embolization, ablation, and biopsies.

To earn postprimary credentials in Cardiac Interventional Radiology, you must first be certified and registered in Radiology by the ARRT. You must maintain compliance with the ARRT’s Standard of Ethics, fulfill additional requirements in structured education and clinical experience, and successfully complete the Cardiac Interventional Registry Examination. The full credentialing process can be reviewed on the Student Resources page.

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Cardiovascular Interventional Technology Updates

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    The ACC Early Alert Referral System (EARS) is a new resource hub for ACC students seeking assistance with Academics, Health Care, Child and Family Care, Mental Health, Transportation, Civil Rights, Food Assistance, and more. Click here to visit the website.

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  • CI Program Application Status

    Fall 2019 applications for the Cardiovascular Interventional Technology Program are now being accepted. The deadline to apply is June 15, 2019 at 5 p.m. For more information, please visit the Application Process page.

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