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Fewer Beds Lead to More Effective ICUs

According to an opinion piece published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, fewer beds in intensive care units (ICUs) could help curb disparity in service use. Intensive care accounts for around 3 percent of healthcare spending and almost 1 percent of gross domestic product (GDP), wrote Rebecca Gooch, M.D., of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and Jeremy M. Kahn, M.D., of the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health. ... Read more

Innovative Endoscope Could be Ultimate Minimally …

Stanford University engineers have developed a high-resolution endoscope that is as thin as human hair, but has a resolution four-times stronger than previous endoscopes of a similar design. According to an article published in the journal Optics ... Read more

New MRI Technology Could Lead to Faster Disease …

The use of a new MRI-type of technology called magnetic resonance fingerprinting could lead to the use of full-body MRI scans that could quickly and easily detect heart disease, certain cancers and other diseases before they become difficult to ... Read more

Study: Too Many Seniors Undergoing Colonoscopy…

Elderly Americans may be getting too many colonoscopies, according to a study published last week in JAMA Internal Medicine. Since prostate cancer takes such a long time to progress, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommends ... Read more

Dual Source CT to Expand Cardiac, Bariatric and …

The University Hospital of North Tees, part of the North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust, has ordered a SOMATOM® Definition Flash from Siemens Healthcare. The Dual Source CT system is due to be installed in the main X-ray department ... Read more

In Men With Localized PCa, Surgery Is Superior To …

Surgery offers better survival benefit for men with localised prostate cancer, according to a large observational study, conducted by a group of researchers in Sweden and the Netherlands. The study won the second prize for best abstract in oncology ... Read more

EMIS and TPP Share Data

EMIS and TPP are working on a data-sharing agreement to allow clinicians to see information held in each other’s systems.The GP IT companies plan to deliver one-to-one local health community data-sharing for clinical commissioning group areas ... Read more

New Audio-Video Technology Reduces Stress for Patients …

With the addition of a new audio-video entertainment system at Geisinger-Gray’s Woods Clinic, patients undergoing MRI scans may feel more at ease, and that could help produce more accurate results. Cinemavision was installed at the Gray’s Woods ... Read more

EHR Implementation in Malawi Brings Additional …

Implementing an electronic medical records system in Malawi included the usual challenges, such as having tech staff available, selling clinicians on its value and training them to use it. But there were additional challenges, including power ... Read more

Telemedicine as Beneficial as in-person Visits for …

New research published online this week in JAMA Neurology aims to address the problem of the prevalent burden of neurological disorders paired with limited access to care by testing home telemedicine for patients with Parkinson's' disease. The ... Read more

Jimmy’s Welcomes New MRI System to its Siemens …

St. James’s Institute of Oncology, part of St. James’s University Hospital in Leeds affectionately known as ‘Jimmy’s’, has recently installed a MAGNETOM® Aera 1.5 Tesla MRI system from Siemens Healthcare. The hospital is one of Europe’s ... Read more

Aycan Invited to Participate in Face-off at European …

aycan’s imaging workstation, OsiriX PRO delivered excellent results for Post ProcessingRochester, New York, March12, 2013:  aycan, a recognized worldwide leader in medical imaging, was invited again this year to participate in the European ... Read more

Ultrasound Useful for Early Detection of Lung …

Italian researchers have found that ultrasound can be used in the early detection of fluid in dialysis patients' lungs, which could prevent the development of fatal heart problems. The researchers, led by Carmine Zoccali, M.D., director of the ... Read more
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