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Friday 22nd September 2017

Ancient mummy, dinosaur skulls scanned for a peek into the past

Primary Asset: Body:  The mummified remains of a 2,000-year-old infant boy and the skulls of two triceratops were scanned using computed tomography (CT) to obtain information on the infant mummy’s diet, lifestyle, habits, etc., and the dinosaur’s brain development.The project included collaboration between the St. Louis Science Center and the Washington University School of Medicine....

Toshiba to showcase large-bore CT for rad-onc planning

Toshiba will showcase the applicability of its Aquilion LB (for large-bore) CT system to planning radiation therapy for cancer patients at the annual meeting of the American Society of Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) in San Diego Sept. 24 to 26, the company has announced.

X-ray reads of long-dead Londoners relevant to healthcare today

Radiology has much to offer in establishing general levels of h

Thursday 21st September 2017

Reduced breast compression during DBT produces same results as standard compression

A new study in the American Journal of Roentgenology found that a reduction in

Doximity, Epic integrate to improve patient-provider communication

Doximity, the largest social network for American physicians, has announced a partnership with Epic, the most widely used electronic health record (EHR) system, to provide physicians with the ability to call patients directly and securely through Epic’s mobile EHR.

Labyrinth chip separates cancer cells from blood for improved personalized treatment

Researchers from the University of Michigan have developed a labyrinth chip capable of separating circulating cancer cells from other cells in the body. Explained in Cell System, the chip aims to provide physicians with a tool to personalize cancer treatment and monitor genetic changes.

'Smartfoam' detects potential concussions in real time

Engineers from Brigham Young University have developed a 'smartfoam' capable of detecting a sport-caused concussion in real time.

Changes in brain connectivity correlates with Parkinson’s symptoms

By using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to study the organization of the brain’s connectome, researchers have shown certain alterations in the brain’s connectivity correlate with symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease (PD), such as motor disturbances.

Wednesday 20th September 2017

Alexa has earned its PhD in first aid

Body:  Alexa, Amazon’s voice-activated digital assistant, has learned how to dispense first aid information in the event of a medical emergency from Minnesota’s Mayo Clinic.Moving past answering questions about the newest restaurant in town, Mayo Clinic has enabled Alexa to tell users first aid practices in the event of an emergency with their free Mayo Clinic First Aid program. The hands...

Sepsis Power Hour bundle decreases patient mortality by 45%

Sepsis remains a leading cause of death around the world, but early detection could save patients and costs. Virginia Mason Institute’s “Sepsis Power Hour” bundle, a way of detecting early signs of sepsis and improved the time taken to treat patients, has reduced patient mortality due to sepsis by 45 percent.

Patient-provider communication guidelines remain outdated

The growth of patient-provider electronic communications has advanced faster than associated guidelines, according to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association.

Military scientists use PET/CT to shed longitudinal light on Zika

Scientists with the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infec

Bone-removal algorithm opens a window into trauma-induced brain bleeds

Researchers have demonstrated an automated bone

61% of healthcare professionals rate ROI of EHRs as 'poor,' 'terrible'

Following the implementation of the electronic health record (

Technologist educators could do more to get students active in professional orgs

Students training to become radiologic technologists in the U.S. could and probably should join at least one professional societ

AI detects Alzheimer’s-related brain changes 10 years before symptoms appear

A team of researchers have developed an algorithm that can spot structural changes in the brain related

Tuesday 19th September 2017

71% of hospitals allow 'BYOD' and 8 other findings

Bring your own device (BYOD) has become increasingly popular as technological security improves. Now, 71 percent of healthcare leaders allow BYOD in some form, according to a recent survey by Spok.

Closed-loop control improves glycemic control in type 1 diabetic teens

Adolescence with type 1 diabetes (T1D) using closed-loop control (CLC) experienced improved glycemic control and reduced risk of hypoglycemia during exercise, according to a study published in Diabetes Care.

Major research underway on Hispanics’ susceptibility to early Alzheimer’s

Body:  Why do Hispanics develop cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease sooner in life than other ethnic subpopulations in the U.S.? That’s the question fueling a $12 million study launched earlier this month at the University of North Texas.The research team will include members from several other medical schools, and study leaders hope to attract volunteer participation from 1,000 ...

PET/CT a dependable differentiator of types, origins of space-occupying brain lesions

PET/CT with fluorine-18-fluorodeoxyglucose (18F-FDG), the most commonly used radiotracer for PET neuroimaging and

Hologic introduces breast biopsy system, claims improved efficiency

Hologic’s new Brevera breast biopsy system with CorLumina imaging technology is now available in the U.S.

Pain panel: Don’t use brain imaging as a medicolegal ‘lie detector’

A task force convened by the International Association for the Study of Pain is warning

Monday 18th September 2017

Paper sensor patch measures glucose during exercise

Researchers from the State University of New York at Binghamton have developed a non-i

Common molecule arms itself to fight cancer, influenza

Researchers from the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom have developed a genetically engineered common molecule capable of being

Children’s ERs choosing ultrasound over CT for tummy pain; general ERs encouraged to follow suit

Pediatric patients with nontraumatic abdominal

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