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Prof. Jordi Rello, MD, PhD.

Nosocomial Pneumonia

This review discusses some of the key advances from the 2005 ATS / IDSA...

Ao. Univ. Prof. Claus Krenn, MD

Omitting Routine Chest Radiographs in Intensive Care Units

The Economic ImpactWe studied the economic impact of omitting routine chest...

 Filip Deferme

Controlling Patient Workflow in a Radiology Department

For the purpose of protecting patient safety and upholding quality standards...

 Rowland Illing

CT Dose Management: A Pan European Strategy

Computed Tomography (CT) ranks as one of the top five medical developments...

Prof. Johan G. (Hans) Blickman, MD

Point-of-Care US: A New Service Delivery Model

Medical care in the Netherlands is organised through a gatekeeper, the...

Radiology and Imaging
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Fatty Liver, Heart Disease Link in Obese People

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) can increase risks of cardiovascular disease and heart failure in obese individuals, according to a... Read more

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Robotic Biopsy Combines MRI and US

MRI and Ultrasound is being combined in a robot, in research being conducted at the University of Twente in the Netherlands. The project shows... Read more

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Imaging for Chest Pain - New Recommendations

The American College of Cardiology and American College of Radiology have released new recommendations for diagnosing chest pain in the emergency... Read more

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Screening in Older People - When Not To

Researchers in the U.S. have found that nearly 16 percent of individuals 65 years or older may have received non-recommended screenings for breast... Read more

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US Can Improve Ovarian Cancer Diagnosis

Ovarian cancer tends to be diagnosed late and currently lacks effective screening tests, unlike breast cancer. Newly published research reports... Read more

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Surge in CT for Minor Injuries in California

A new study shows increased use of CTs in patients with non-serious injuries, such as fractures or neck strain, treated in emergency departments... Read more

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Screening Recommendations

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) has published final recommendations on screening for breast cancer following an in-depth review... Read more

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New Materials Promise Safer, Faster MRI Scans

A new technology that includes the use of metamaterials can make MRI scans quicker, more accurate and safe for patients, according to a new study... Read more

Kimberley Geissler, PhD, Assistant Professor of Health Policy and Management, UMass Amherst

High-Deductible Plans Linked to Lower Use of Imaging Tests

Results of a new study indicate that high-deductible health plans may reduce all diagnostic imaging rather than helping physicians and patients... Read more

Joy Melnikow, Professor and Director of the Center for Healthcare Policy and Research at UC Davis

Which Modality for Which Breast Density?

A systematic review of available data on dense breasts has found that determinations of breast density can be unreliable and that as many as... Read more

Diana Miglioretti, Professor of Biostatistics at UC Davis School of Medicine

Making Breast Screening Even Safer

Digital mammograms pose only a small risk of radiation-induced breast cancer for most women, based on a modelling study conducted by an international... Read more

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Fujifilm in Bidding War for Toshiba Medical Subsidiary

Fujifilm Holdings is tipped as a main contender for a medical equipment subsidiary of Toshiba increasing the likelihood of a bidding war for... Read more

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Does Cancer Screening Really Save Lives?

Amidst growing appreciation of the harms of cancer screening, advocates still claim that it “saves lives". However, this assertion is based on... Read more

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Communicating Significant Radiology Findings: UK Survey

An audit of communication of significant radiology findings reveals wide variation in practice across the UK with regard to the communication... Read more

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HealthManagement.org: Top Management Tips, 2016: No. 4

HealthManagement.org publishes the latest on cutting edge practice in healthcare management across our Imaging, ICU, Admin, IT and Cardiology... Read more

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Are You Still Sitting Down?

Sedentary occupations have received increasing attention recently, with some countries even starting campaigns to encourage fitter workplaces,... Read more

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8 Simple Strategies for Charismatic Leaders

We all know charisma when we see it, but when it comes to leadership, is charisma the result of natural ability or training? When contact with... Read more

Shouyi Wang, Assistant Professor at UT Arlington

More Precise Lung Cancer Imaging, Radiation Results

To improve precision of lung cancer imaging, researchers have developed a new technique that uses mathematical modelling to capture images of... Read more

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Ruling out CT for Minor Head Trauma

Combinations of history and physical examination features in clinical decision rules can identify patients with minor head trauma at low risk... Read more

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Study: US Breast Cancer Detection Rate Comparable to Mammography

A new study shows that breast cancer detection rate with ultrasound (US) is comparable with mammography, with a greater proportion of invasive... Read more

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