Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) provides information useful for prognosis after acute spinal cord injury.
ASTRO provides informative patient brochure.
Legislation would help avert collapse of primary care; enable better care through a patient-centered "medical home."
Delegates advocate educational levels, adopt practice standards for profession.
Anton N. Hasso, MD is president of the American Roentgen Ray Society.
System made by DexCom, Inc., San Diego, Calif.
Industry association commends Bush Administration.
Company will continue building its pipeline of innovative products, such as the first PET/CT system.
Society of Nuclear Medicine announcements highlight improved patient management and include increased global adoption of PET/CT time-of-flight technology, sustainable SPECT system, and a new preclinical system.
Product joins new CARESCAPE portfolio of products designed to help clinicians make decisions faster, more easily.
Effort to link clinical oncology information with patient electronic medical records.
ORBIS helps healthcare providers improve clinical outcomes and delivery of patient care; also introduces iPlan appointment scheduling tool in Canada.
Former Kodak Health Group taps international leadership.
Companies to offer innovative solution to efficiently store, protect and access clinically relevant information from multiple healthcare systems.
Software integrates scheduling, referrals, prescriptions, reports, and imaging functions.
Top image shows gene-brain-behavior relationship of male aggression; announced at the Society of Nuclear Medicine's 54th Annual meeting this week in Washington, D.C.
Alexander J. McEwan takes office as President of the Society of Nuclear Medicine for 2007-2008; David Gilmore begins term as Technologist Section President.
Imaging changes management for 59 percent of women with proven or suspected recurrent ovarian cancer, Australian researchers say.
Magnetic resonance-guided focused ultrasound surgery (MRgFUS) safely and noninvasively shrinks uterine fibroids and significantly relieves fibroid symptoms in women.
Physicians will be forced to limit new Medicare patients.
Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine covers the bases on CEUS.
Masimo CEO to serve as Chairman, AngioDynamics CEO as Vice Chairman.
Nearly half of intensive care unit adverse events are preventable, ECRI Institute finds.
Group advises on national research efforts.
Nuclear medicine technologist from Northwestern Memorial Hospital recognized at this week's SNM annual meeting.
Intensity modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) is a specialized form of radiation therapy that allows the radiation to be more exactly shaped to fit the tumor.
A correction of last week's story on Southeast Nuclear Electronics.
Coincides with SNM 54th Annual Meeting June 2-6 at Washington Convention Center.
ACR suggests that radiologists get to know administrative details like Ambulatory Patient Classification groups reported to Medicare.
Inexpensive device removes bacteria, viruses.
The Bryan Cervical Disc is designed to alleviate pain and preserve motion and flexibility while replacing a diseased disc that is removed from a patient's cervical spine.
Experimental procedure uses an endoscope to fix perforation.
U of C scientists unveil the virtual human CAVEman useful in studying genetic diseases, surgical training.
UCLA research used functional MRI (fMRI) to arrive at surprising results.
Spot Vital Signs ® and Propaq ® LT devices extend Masimo SET read-through motion SpO2 monitoring capabilities to more settings.
Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital & Medical Center is first customer to install ProtocolWatch portable wireless monitoring system.
Prototype MR-PET technology expected to provide new insights into brain disorders and neurological stem cell therapy.
Bob Cooke to lead Fujifilm's global Synapse® PACS business.
Pressman elected President of the American College of Radiology.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission appoints Bruce R. Thomadsen, Ph.D.
AHA statement on Medicaid moratorium contained in the Iraq Supplemental Bill.
ASRT presents 2007 Widger and Silverman Awards.
Study of soccer players shows value of the technology.
The imaging technologies help predict which patients would be optimal candidates for liver transplantation.
Interactive Capitol Hill exhibit features ophthalmic technologies that detect and treat retinal diseases.
Julie Cohen on board at medical device makers' member association.
Recall affects Complete MoisturePlus Multi Purpose Solution manufactured by Advanced Medical Optics of Santa Ana, Calif.
Preemies do best in neonatal intensive care facilities that care for a high volume of new-borns.
Agency asks manufacturers to include a new boxed warning on the product labeling of all gadolinium-based contrast agents which are used to enhance the quality of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).