Four-day mid-winter educational symposium to be held Feb. 15-18 in San Antonio, Texas; joint meeting with American College of Nuclear Physicians.
New alarm technology, Ferroguard, warns personnel before metal object is brought into MRI room.
Wireless glucose meter holds significant promise.
MR can make a difference for ankle pain patients, a new study finds.
Combination of technologies shows promise for imaging cartilage, researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology find.
Inexpensive double duty for x-rays reported by University of Manchester, England.
Study appears in Annals of Internal Medicine.
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke makes senior staff appointment.
Research on new tracer shows future possibilities for use in diagnosing, staging prostate cancer, reported in January Journal of Nuclear Medicine.
Helps patients control breathing during CT-guided biopsies.
ECRI helps hospitals weigh purchase considerations. Read how this promising technology can help manage your bottom line.
Adaptive scanning optical microscope automates challenging laboratory tasks.
Mayo Clinic advances breast imaging in collaboration with Gamma Medica and GE Healthcare.
Low-cost MRI machines top the list of predicted superconductivity-based breakthroughs for 2007, according to the experts at HYPRES.
Customers rank overall satisfaction with GE Life Support Systems products, field-service support and technical training at 96-100%.
Family-owned business benefits from two generations of experience.
Senior scientist to chair Global Harmonization Task Force.
NIH researchers publish finding on Osteogenesis Imperfecta.
Research report on Risks and Benefits of Medicines and Medical Devices is revised.
Resource explores different uses of cancer glucose metabolism imaging in clinical practice.
Partial breast irradiation with brachytherapy offers benefits over total breast irradiation in treating early-stage cancer in some women.
Mrs. Ford's openness about health changed public approach to illnesses, says AMA president.
Companies and people lose phone, online service from Japan and Taiwan to Southeast Asia.
Full-service medical imaging equipment provider and technical service company serves North, Central and South America.
Speech solutions harmonize the region's IT infrastructure and increase report efficiency.
Study will measure the safety of one of the first imaging biomarkers designed to differentiate Alzheimer's disease from other forms of dementia.
The filings are part of Kodak’s plan for obtaining regulatory approval in Canada for its KODAK DIRECTVIEW CR Mammography Feature for CR 850/950/975 Systems.
Upgrades include new measurement and pre-operative tools for pediatric, adult patients.
Delivers state-of-the-art DR rooms with leading image quality and productivity results.
Agfa HealthCare is named preferred supplier of Computed Radiography (CR) solutions for Premier's 1,700 member hospitals and 43,000 other healthcare delivery sites.
Mishap at Los Angeles International Airport occurred when a woman put an infant in a screening bin for carry-on bags. Radiation dose not considered dangerous, LA Times reports.
Radiologists can use magnetic resonance imaging to identify cardiovascular disease that is not yet causing symptoms.
Congress addressed NIH reform, HIV/AIDS, SCHIP funding, bio-terrorism preparedness, J-1 visa requirements, dietary supplements adverse event reporting and underage drinking.
Randall Lutter appointed Acting Deputy Commissioner for Policy.
Treats babies with brain injury caused by low levels of oxygen.
GE's PET/CT technology installed at Saint John Regional Hospital, in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.
Submits updated 510(k) pre-market notification.
Cherryl Farnsworth ends nine-year tenure at National Coalition for Quality Diagnostic Imaging Services.
Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine elects Charles E. Kahn Jr, MD.
DOTmed Certified distributor sells used and new equipment.
Sony Electronics has introduced an optical HD recorder to capture and store high-definition video of medical procedures in1440 x 1080i resolution.
Health Canada issues Medical Device Licence to Advanced Research Technologies for SoftScan system.
International effort with FDA aimed at reducing regulatory barriers to device approvals.
Actions constitute a Class I recall.
Drugs, biologics, and devices offered for R&D.
Thomas E. Lorentzen to serve Region IX, based in San Francisco, Calif.
Higher raw material costs blamed by Kodak's Health Group for triggering second worldwide price hike in 2006. The current round of increases range from 8 percent to 12 percent.
Premier extends its CR, PACS, Film and Image agreements with Fuji for another three years.
Agfa HealthCare's hospital-wide information system will enable the Belgian hospital's staff to access a single Electronic Patient Record (EPR).
Prior screens aid in reducing false positives by up to 44 percent.