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Mayo Clinic has announced it has developed a series of MRI devices that make it easier to diagnose injuries and diseases ...

Time May 23, 2006
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The notion of breast positioning has been turned upside down with the Horizon Prone Breastboard. Unlike other bulky ...

Time May 23, 2006
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The ORBIT PT automates the patient transport process by allowing one-nurse, one-button and no-lifting transfer of ...

Time May 23, 2006
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IntegradWeb PACS has integrated with at least eight unique hospital information systems and 27 unique radiology ...

Time May 23, 2006
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EIZO's RadiForce R23 is a 2MP 21.3-inch color TFT, dual-domain IPS LCD monitor with accurate display of color and ...

Time May 23, 2006
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Welch Allyn has introduced a new aneroid to complete its line of sphygmomanometers featuring DuraShock technology, the ...

Time May 23, 2006
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Panasonic Computer Solutions' reportedly durable, reliable computing device is specifically designed to support e-Health initiatives, improve clinical care and enhance business performance. The new Panasonic Toughbook Wireless Display complements the company’s full line of durable, reliable mobile computing devices for healthcare.

Time May 23, 2006
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SpeechMagic 6.1 boosts speech recognition accuracy and scalability, and has been raised to up to 15,000 users per ...

Time May 23, 2006
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Feature | John Hall

Picture archiving and communications systems (PACS) are capable of finally realizing the full potential of digital ...

Time May 22, 2006
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Just like the Intel chips that power PCs (and now finally Apple Macintoshes, too!), treatment planning software represents the engine that drives accuracy and effective functionality in radiation oncology equipment used to fight cancer. Consequently, it’s nearly impossible to dismiss the software’s importance and impact on cancer treatment delivery.

Time May 22, 2006
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PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico, March 9, 2006 — The increasing role and mainstreaming of breast MRI in hospitals and breast ...

Time May 22, 2006
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One of the key trends we noticed at RSNA 2005 was the increased emphasis on connectivity between imaging and information ...

Time May 22, 2006
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Although healthcare budgets are tight, needs are expanding. Clinical facilities are continuously looking for ways to ...

Time May 22, 2006
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Acclaimed stage and screen actor Avery Brooks playfully demanded to know “where are the flying cars” in that insurance ...

Time May 22, 2006
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Where are the synergies of bringing together Elekta and IMPAC? The synergies are numerous, but all converge on our ...

Time May 21, 2006
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Prior to the mid-1990s, clinicians could choose from a limited number of devices to biopsy palpable and nonpalpable ...

Time May 21, 2006
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Feature | Kim Phelan

One of the best strategies Greg Martin uses to make friends is to find his enemies — at least when it comes to fostering ...

Time May 21, 2006
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Feature | Kim Phelan

Riding along in the car recently, my 13-year-old son told me that viewing a Holocaust dramatization and then meeting ...

Time May 21, 2006
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Feature | John S. Koller, Garrett W. Lindemann, Ph

With all new technologies come new challenges. As imaging has evolved within the pathology domain from analog to digital, causing radiology and pathology imaging to crossover, the devices that generate the digital images pose several challenges.

Time May 21, 2006
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Feature | Ryan Hiett

It’s like a never-ending battle — that’s how Lena Napolitano, M.D., describes the recent and sharp rise in nosocomial ...

Time May 21, 2006
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