Couples received comprehensive diagnosis and treatment for Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).
A new report from Harvard Medical School explains how and why the swine flu virus is threatening humans and describes what to do if the infection reaches your community.
Some signs of the outbreak waning south of the border even as cases rise in the U.S. Get links to the best resources.
Accuweather meteorologist Henry Margusity explains the role of weather in the Swine Flu outbreak and why the disease can spread in warm weather.
Research presented at this week's ARRS meeting validates radiation dose reduction technology.
Molecular Imaging Week highlights importance of advanced imaging procedures and therapies for health.
The FlexVision XL is a new viewing concept with a 56 inch (125 cm) LCD screen
Philadelphia-based executive has deep experience in business services and healthcare to inform his leadership as CEO of GS1 US, Inc.
Several confirmed cases in California and Texas. The report that started it all.
Researchers have described how a common genetic variation may be involved in the development of prostate cancer.
Annals of Internal Medicine Publishes a collection of its most influential studies from the past 80 years.
Home medical sector will work with Congress to eliminate flawed competitive bidding program.
Physicians should use appropriate imaging when screening for coronary artery disease.
A market in peril puts patients at risk.
Read a DOTmed Business News exclusive on this state-of-the-art cancer therapy.
Recent Washington event mixed strategies with programmatic ideas. Read a DOTmed exclusive report and analysis.
Web-based portal allows users to quickly resolve technical support inquiries 24/7.
Association of Air Medical Services stresses need for funding of low-altitude infrastructure, airport improvements.
Department of Defense investigation relates to a military contract, according to the Company spokesperson. Details are sketchy, check with DOTmed Online News later today and tomorrow for updates on this evolving story.
To address the small patient size and fragile skin challenges pediatric electrosurgery poses, the Pediatric Mega Soft® reusable return electrode is now available from Megadyne.
New telescopic nose pencil, filter and patented E-Z clean cautery tips offer ease of use and unmatched protection from harmful vapors.
Medical equipment website reaches another milestone.
Philips Healthcare has placed the first Achieva 3.0T TX magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) system into several hospitals around the world.
New Illinois proton therapy center on track to treat patients with cancer in 2011.
Read DOTmed's exclusive interview with Lester Boeh, Vice President of Emerging Technologies at Varian Medical Systems.
The International Association of Medical Equipment Remarketers and Servicers (IAMERS) is holding its 2009 Annual Meeting April 30-May 2 at the Intercontinental Hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
ECRI Institute launches new nomenclature for medical technology service.
Guidance on technologies and methods.
QStar adds two experienced Plasmon veterans to their team.
Device trials cited.
Funds support U.S. universities in collaboration with low-and middle-income countries.
14 communities funded to reduce rates of hospital re-admissions and "fragmentation of care" across health care settings.
UCLA cancer researchers can tell after a single cycle whether chemotherapy drugs are working.
New service portfolio has three tailored plans: RapidCare, QualityCare and ValueCare™.
A prototype chest simulator is the first control implemented to ensure consistency across multiple imaging sites.
A unique gathering designed for networking.
An online march on Washington brings together molecular imaging supporters.
A powerful tool for evaluating patients with a high risk of having breast cancer.
Physicians should review a patient's CT imaging history and cumulative radiation dose when considering whether to perform another CT exam.
Healthcare members can access objective, evidence-based approaches to improving patient care and health technology decisions.
Financial results cited as the cause.
The National Institutes of Health and the National Air and Space Administration are partnering to conduct biomedical experiments that astronauts could perform on the International Space Station.
Aaron Caswell joins the business.
Council Will Hear Public Comments on Comparative Effectiveness Research Priorities in the Recovery Act.
New AMA disaster journal studies suggest discharging non-critical patients.
This year's conference was held last week in New York. Read the first of DOTmed's exclusive reports.
The premier global provider of used and refurbished medical imaging systems, parts and services, opens Japanese subsidiary, Nihon Block Imaging KK., in Tokyo.
International Medical Equipment & Service, Inc. and its parts division MedicalPartsProvider.com are moving soon to a new office and warehouse facility.
Drug Information Association replaces Takatoshi Sato, who has been appointed Director, DIA Japan LLC.
Not-for-profit has a vision to help a billion people.