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The 30-inch wide Action G2 Bariatric Pad is tested clinically effective to 500 pounds. The Shear Smart surface of Akton ...

Time June 25, 2006
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The Compu•cutter III is less than half the size of its predecessor without sacrificing quality and accuracy. It is ...

Time June 25, 2006
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The Matrox MED4mp display controller board was rolled out at SCAR 2006, bringing more of its Matrox MED Series software ...

Time June 25, 2006
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The CONDOR Control System for Operating Rooms is a surgical command center that puts medical staff in control of the ...

Time June 25, 2006
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Eclipse radiotherapy treatment planning software speeds up the process of planning complex radiotherapy treatments. It ...

Time June 25, 2006
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The next-generation Vitrea solution from Vital Images features the seamless integration of R2 Technology’s ImageChecker ...

Time June 25, 2006
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CIVCO Medical Solutions is introducing a newly re-designed bracket compatible with the S317 transducers on the GE Healthcare LOGIQ 500 and LOGIQ 200 ultrasound systems. The bracket offers a more secure fit onto the transducer, providing added safety and accuracy for the imaging professional. The multiangle bracket has biopsy depths of 4, 6 and 8 cm.

Time June 25, 2006
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Clearview Exact Influenza A & B is a rapid, simple and accurate test to detect influenza A & B viral antigens. The test ...

Time June 25, 2006
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MVision, from Siemens Medical Solutions, is a volumetric in-line target imaging solution and the natural next step in ...

Time June 25, 2006
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The HLL-404 hand-held “Woods” magnification light is a dual-purpose light effectively used for illumination of ...

Time June 25, 2006
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The NovaPACS OR Viewer from NovaRad Corp. allows physicians to compare old and new images side by side and view images ...

Time June 25, 2006
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Feature | Steven R. Renard

It is no surprise that during the past several years, the number of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and computed ...

Time June 22, 2006
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Feature | Maureen Leahy

For most of us, handheld devices put the “fun” in functional. In the medical world, these tools do much more — they help save lives.

Time June 22, 2006
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Feature | Kim Phelan

When mechanical ventilation is initiated for surgical and acute-unit patients, protecting the fragile lungs while ...

Time June 22, 2006
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Feature | rick dana barlow

Editor’s Note: This is the result of a “virtual” roundtable discussion on image-guided radiation therapy (IGRT) with Drs ...

Time June 22, 2006
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Feature | Daniel J. Valentino, Ph.D.

Digital imaging is now ubiquitous in medicine. Contemporary imaging modalities are generating an ever-increasing amount ...

Time June 22, 2006
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Feature | John Hall

Few medical devices are credited with preventing death and are used so rarely as automated external defibrillators (AEDs ...

Time June 22, 2006
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Feature | Cristen Bolan

Chest pain is a common complaint among ED patients, yet failure to diagnose acute myocardial infarction in the trauma ...

Time June 22, 2006
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ACT: What are some of the scenarios — decisions or investments — in which a hospital might want to consider doing a ...

Time June 22, 2006
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Feature | Rick Dana Barlow

Talk to the purveyors and supporters of digital radiography (DR) and you’ll hear that it’s the wave of the future and ultimately where the technology is headed – arguably replacing its earlier generation sibling, computed radiography (CR). However, raise that prospect with the CR crowd and you’ll likely hear something dramatically different.

Time June 22, 2006
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