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1) Man files wrongful death suit against Intuitive, says da Vinci robot burned hole in wife's intestine

Suit says defects in device led to woman's injury during colon cancer surgery

2) US health systems call for universal recall communication platform

As technology advances, recall notifications methods are stuck in the past

3) Irish hospital audits hundreds of scans performed by locum radiologist after errors are found

Over one-third contained errors

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Radon Medical Imaging announces 5-year medical imaging asset management agreement with Vandalia Health
May 17, 2024
Carestream introduces Image Suite MR 10 software to enhance imaging experience for CR and DR imaging systems
May 17, 2024
KA Imaging's Reveal Mobi Pro gets Canadian medical device license from Health Canada
May 17, 2024
RayCare 2024A interoperable with Varian TrueBeam
May 17, 2024
St. Vincent’s Private Hospital, the largest acute private hospital in Dublin, chooses AGFA HealthCare’s enterprise imaging
May 16, 2024
Varian announces exclusive US distribution agreement with Innova Vascular for new innovative thrombectomy solutions
May 16, 2024
Rapid Medical completes successful ischemic stroke procedures with the world’s first robotic thrombectomy device
May 16, 2024
Butterfly Network enters bladder scanning market with first specialty product, iQ+ Bladder
May 15, 2024
Using MR, engineers have found a way to detect light deep in the brain
May 15, 2024
Shimadzu Medical Systems USA announces integrated financing program with tailored payment solutions
May 15, 2024

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US health systems call for universal recall communication platform
As technology advances, recall notifications methods are stuck in the past
Man files wrongful death suit against Intuitive, says da Vinci robot burned hole in wife's intestine
Suit says defects in device led to woman's injury during colon cancer surgery
Getinge buys Healthmark Industries for $320 million
Acquisition bolsters presence in sterile reprocessing and infection control consumables
Violence has no place in our hospitals
To protect patients and employees, healthcare providers need to get serious about security
Inadequate PPE puts female radiology workers at greater risk of developing breast cancer
Axillary shields, capped sleeves decrease exposure by 99%
Falls top Joint Commission's annual adverse event report again
Quantifying the patient safety events logged in 2022
Brazilian lawyer dies after gun goes off in MR suite
Detectors and staff training are key to preventing MR adverse events
The server has been infected with ransomware — now what?
Provider best practices for mitigating the threat of ransomware
Recalled at-home devices top ECRI's annual hazards list
Manufacturers, providers do not proactively notify patients of recalls
FDA warns Olympus to fix endoscopy production issues at Japanese facilities
Did not meet requirements for ensuring quality and performance
GE HealthCare to add Ordr equipment monitoring to its CARESCAPE network
Enables providers to locate devices and monitor utilization
Almost 6% of patients misdiagnosed in the emergency department
U.S. EDs see an estimated 7.4 million misdiagnoses annually
House of Representatives introduces bill to create patient safety agency
Pre-pandemic medical errors cost over $17 billion, made worse by COVID