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The authors would like to thank James Papademas (Industry Professor, College of Computing, Illinois Institute of Technology) and Will Brickner (Software Engineer) for their assistance in developing the mobile application used in this study.
This study was funded by the RSNA Research & Education Foundation Research Medical Student Grant.
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Lap-Heng Keung reports funding from RSNA Research & Education Foundation Research Medical Student Grant. Sarah White reports research support funding from Siemens, Guerbet, and Insight, is a consultant for Cook, Guerbet, and Penumbra, and receives grant funding from Focused Ultrasound Foundation. Eric Hohenwalter reports research support from Siemens. Other authors declare no conflict of interest.
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Keung, LH., White, S.B., Dominguez, D. et al. Development of an Interventional Radiology Specific Algorithm for Pre-Procedural Laboratory Testing. Cardiovasc Intervent Radiol (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00270-021-02941-y