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Executive Health Management

EUROSON 2019 welcomes world of ultrasound

2019 22 May

Initiatives to expand the meeting globally   Prof. Sidhu, talks to Healthmanagement.org about EUROSON 2019 and EFSUMB initiatives in the pipeline.   EFSUMB and FESUMB welcome the imaging and ultrasound community to Granada for EUROSON 2019. This year EUROSON will be held simultaneously with the XXX Annual Meeting of AEED (Asociación Española... Read more

Executive Health Management

Future of ultrasound: where are we going?

2019 22 Feb

CEUS for children, ultrasound simulation and gamification models for training and education, EFSUMB initiatives.   Prof. Sidhu, EFSUMB president, talks to Healthmanagement.org about his ECR 2019 presentations: using ultrasound simulation models as tools for training and education, the greatest potential in combining ultrasound with contrast-enhanced... Read more

Executive Health Management

Clinical ultrasound in the age of artificial intelligence

2019 22 Feb

The foremost expert in critical care ultrasound on the value of natural vs artificial intelligence in medicine.   Ultrasound is a tool like no other in medicine. Most importantly, because it is a work of the hand and the eye, combining the art of reasoning, common sense (that is, intelligence), it provides a unique opportunity for the physician... Read more

Executive Health Management

The “One Stick Standard” for vascular access

2019 22 Feb

The role of ultrasound guidance in achieving a new safety goal   US visualisation: one-stick standard and how the practice can significantly reduce- or even eliminate- dangerous complications.   Obtaining vascular access is one of the most common procedures performed in U.S. hospitals, with more than 5 million central venous catheterisations... Read more

Executive Health Management

Critical analysis of MRI-based classification systems for sport muscle injuries

2019 22 Feb

Critical review   A critical review of eight identified cases of muscle injuries in professional FCB players from the club’s annual muscle injury database in 2017.   Abstract   In cases of suspected muscle injury, sports medicine professionals use imaging methods such as ultrasound (US) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) to confirm... Read more

Executive Health Management

A multimodal system for the diagnosis of breast cancer: the SOLUS project

2019 21 Jan

SOLUS is developing a multimodal breast imaging system involving diffuse optics and ultrasound. The SOLUS project develops a novel multimodal system that significantly improves the characterisation of breast lesions. Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers in the world. It is estimated that about one in eight women in Europe... Read more

ICU Management

2016 07 Mar

Prof. Daniel Lichtenstein is a medical intensivist and visiting Professor, who has worked at the medical ICU, University Hospital Ambroise-Paré in Paris, since 1989. This ICU, previously chaired by Prof. François Jardin, is believed to be the first ICU that had ultrasound onsite for cardiac purposes.In 1991 Prof. Lichtenstein defined critical ultrasound,... Read more

IMAGING Management

Robotic Biopsy Combines MRI and US

2016 26 Jan

MRI and Ultrasound is being combined in a robot, in research being conducted at the University of Twente in the Netherlands. The project shows promise in improving diagnosis of both breast cancer, by reducing false negatives, and muscle diseases. Foad Sojoodi Farimani, one of the project leaders of the European research project MRI and Ultrasound... Read more

IMAGING Management

US Can Improve Ovarian Cancer Diagnosis

2016 19 Jan

Ovarian cancer tends to be diagnosed late and currently lacks effective screening tests , unlike breast cancer. Newly published research reports a promising model to aid diagnosis. An algorithm for the assessment of adnexal masses with ultrasound allows quantification of the risk of malignancy, according to work published in the American Journal... Read more

Health Management

Volume 15 - Issue 4, 2015

2015 30 Dec

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