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Among the array of clinicians that Outpatient Care Technology covers and reaches, oncologists arguably are the most ...

Time December 03, 2006
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The MC675M Motorized Stretchair is a self-contained transportation system capable of functioning in both chair and ...

Time December 03, 2006
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The iCR7200 Dual Bay CR from iCRco is designed to scan phosphor screens (CR plates) using patented technology, and is ...

Time December 03, 2006
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In today’s world, it’s hard to understand that a regimen of surgical resection followed by radiation and chemotherapy – ...

Time December 03, 2006
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Brit Systems' clinical context object workgroup-enabled workstation, Brit Lite, uses vendor-independent HL7 CCOW standards to enable the viewing of medical images and reports within a patient context set by disparate clinical applications at the point of care.

Time November 30, 2006
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Efforts to include more private insurers in Medicare may be costing the agency more money, new research shows. On ...

Time November 30, 2006
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Ziehm’s Object Detected Dose Control feature for the Vision line of C-arms purportedly improves image quality with a low dose while also making the system easier to handle. The new real-time image control covers the whole field of view and provides independent object positioning within the field.

Time November 30, 2006
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More than a third of doctors who sit on the review boards that oversee the integrity of clinical trials have financial ...

Time November 30, 2006
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Brit Systems' Roentgen Router is reportedly compatible with any vendor’s DICOM-compliant PACS or teleradiology system. The router provides auto-routing and prefetching of DICOM studies triggered by information in the exam order or study.

Time November 30, 2006
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NEC Display Solutions of America Inc.'s 57-inch MultiSync LCD5710 wide-screen monitor is one of the largest commercial LCDs available.

Time November 30, 2006
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Two whistle-blowers sued the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Newark, alleging that senior officials ...

Time November 30, 2006
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Eizo Nanao Corp. introduced the largest monitor in its RadiForce series, the 30-inch RadiForce RS410, which boasts a screen size and native resolution of 4 megapixels and a 16:10 widescreen format — equal to a pair of 2-megapixel monitors in portrait mode, but without the bezels.

Time November 29, 2006
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A new ultrasound technique allows radiologists to distinguish benign from malignant breast lesions. Using elasticity ...

Time November 29, 2006
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Eastman Kodak's DirectView DR 9500 features a ceiling-mounted U-arm that contains both a tube and detector for increased mobility and operational flexibility. It allows technologists to capture images of the left and right side of the body without moving the patient.

Time November 29, 2006
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A web-enhanced telephone conference co-sponsored by NACVA and Reardon Consulting on Thursday, December 14 from 2-4 p.m ...

Time November 29, 2006
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Agfa HealthCare's CR 30-X is a tabletop computed radiography solution. The compact digitizer offers comparable efficiency and image quality that users expect in full floor-size models, the company said.

Time November 29, 2006
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Radiologists have developed a remote-control mechanism that allows an experienced off-site operator to control an MRI ...

Time November 29, 2006
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Toshiba America Medical Systems Inc. showcased the first floor-mounted, multi-axis, bi-plane vascular X-ray system at the Radiological Society of North America’s annual meeting in Chicago this week. The Infinix VFi/BP has a 12- by 16-inch flat-panel detector that allows unprecedented clinician access and anatomical coverage of the patient, the company said.

Time November 29, 2006
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A new study gauging the brain's response to product branding, presented today at the Radiological Society of North ...

Time November 29, 2006
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Eastman Kodak Co. has released the In-Vivo Multispectral imaging system, designed to assist in advanced research applications. The system is capable of identifying molecular abnormalities that are the origin of disease at a very early stage.

Time November 29, 2006
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