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With the rising obesity problem in the U.S., transporting larger patients around hospitals has become more difficult and presents liability issues for the healthcare facilities, and a safety issue...

February 2008 - Ken Willis, RT (R)(CV), is the radiology informatics PACS engineer for Baptist Health in Montgomery, AL. His healthcare system recently completed its first installation of LCDs in...

February 13, 2008 – MEDRAD Inc. delivered the 10,000th Mark V ProVis Angiography Injection System, which is used worldwide for live imaging during therapeutic interventions and diagnostic...

Foremost on the minds of many radiologists today is how to reduce radiation dose when using computed tomography (CT) without compromising image quality.

When it comes to collecting patient data, the ability to manage that information often becomes more crucial than the speed at which it is collected. But ensuring that the right data gets to the...

When cardiologists send their high-risk patients home, they may be protected with a host of tools, including implantable cardiac devices and pacemakers and strict regimens of medications.
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Delivering vivid and insightful CT images of the coronary vessels directly into the cardiac catheterization laboratories (cath labs) has proven very effective by helping save staff from re-...