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Wednesday 22nd November 2017

Nuclear MRI moves science 1 step closer to imitating ‘Fantastic Voyage’

Body:  Scientists in China are working on a way to magnetize a type of algae called spirulina, which is already in use as a dietary supplement, and then track its movements in the body using nuclear magnetic resonance.They’ve shown this can work in the bellies of rats and hope it can one day work in humans, perhaps for delivering anticancer drugs. On that score, the technique’s promise is...

Patients likely to be flummoxed by online emergency-radiology resources

Very few online resources aimed at patients who wish to learn about an emergency

AI robot passes medical licensing exam

Body:  An artificial intelligence-powered robot in China has taken and passed the national medical licensing exam.Developed by the Chinese AI company iFlytek to capture and analyze patient data, the robot called Xiaoyi passed the with a score of 456, which is 96 points above the required mark.“We will officially launch the robot in March 2018. It is not meant to replace doctors. Instead, it...

Scanner developed in Scotland is 'like 100 MRIs in one'

Primary Asset: Body:  Ten years in the making, a new scanner that has been called "100 MRIs in one" is now being used on patients in Scotland by a team of reserachers at the University of Aberdeen.According to a recent report by BBC News, this "fast field-cycling magnetic resonance imaging equipment" is able to extract more information than a traditional

How to make the most of Twitter at RSNA 2017—and all radiology meetings after

For some organizers as well as attendees of

Tuesday 21st November 2017

New MRI research discovers depression, anxiety change the brain

Researchers in China have discovered that de

FDA approves 1st telehealth feature for cochlear implants

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration

Is MRI on the cusp of transforming not just medicine but philosophy too?

Body:  Despite attracting less than two percent of NIH grants for medical research, radiology may hold a large chunk of medicine’s future in its hands. And the most mind-boggling advances may come from the modality most picked on for being too pricey.So suggests science writer Abby Norman at Futurism.com.“[W]hat if MRIs could allow us to go deeper, to see more—and to do so with breathta...

Alerts in EHRs increase rates of HPV vaccine

The clinical reminder function within electronic health records (EHRs) could lead to more individuals receiving the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, according to a study published in The American Journal of Managed Care.

RSNA 2017: Electronic kiosks effective at measuring patient satisfaction

Compared to emailed survey requests, electronic kiosks generate a higher response rate and less recall bias, according to Olga R.

RSNA 2017: Is a radiologist the doctor's doctor, the patient's physician—or both?

Should a radiologist be a direct communicator to p

Long hours, high volumes escalate likelihood of radiologist error

An analysis of nearly three million radiologic exams has confirmed prior research showing that physicians’ concentration tends to fa

At-risk individuals in UK may add a CT scan to their grocery list

Body:  The United Kingdom’s National Health Service (NHS) will be introducing an initiative to make it easier for individuals to get screened for lung cancer. While not quite door-to-door service, the plan will park mobile CT scanning units in supermarket parking lots.“NHS cancer care is the best it’s ever been, with cancer survival increasing every year,” said Simon Stevens, chief ex...

Mental health apps improve motivation, confidence in users

Researchers from Brigham Young University have found mental healt

Spit test for concussion may ID prolonged symptoms in children

Imaging professionals are well aware of the effects of concussion, from

Monday 20th November 2017

Digital pills monitor opioid use in patients with broken bones

Researchers from Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston have foun

POCUS aids palliative care in poorer rural regions

In resource-strapped parts of the world, point-of-care ultrasound can help

45% have interest in voice-assisted health management

Interest in AI technologies like voice search, assistants and chatbot are increasing as more patients takes steps to management their care, according to the DRG Digital - Manhattan Research's Cybercitizen Health U.S. 2017 study.

Multiplayer video game improves rehab in patients recovering from stroke

A multiplayer mobile game that puts physically impaired patients with able-bodied individuals has shown to improve r

Common characteristics in sonograms of malignant thyroid nodules

Up to two-thirds of thyroid

PET/CT with new agent proves safe, successful in targeted breast imaging

HER2-positive

Friday 17th November 2017

Maryland physician remotely treats opioid patients, prescribes drugs in defiance of federal law

Body:  For the past two years, psychiatrist Erick Weintraub has broken a 2007 federal law by providing addiction counseling to patients from his office in Baltimore.As the opioid epidemic continuous to gain momentum, many patients are unable to access treatment for a variety of reasons. In response, Weintraub has been counseling addiction patients and even prescribing them suboxone in defianc...

8-hour physician communication training leads to improved patient experience

Hospital systems could improve the patient experience and physician engagement by providing physician communication skills training (CST), according to a study published in Patient Experience Journal.

New contrast agent alternative may replace gadolinium in MRI

Body:  After making national headlines this past month, gadolinium-based contrast agents (GBCAs) to diagnose abnormalities in MRI exams have become a hot topic of debate for radiologists and health imaging professionals.  According to a recent article by RadiologyBusiness, a new study may have discovered a viable alternative. The study, published in RSNA's Radiology, examined a mang...

Bionic pancreas decreases stress, improves treatment satisfaction in type 1 diabetes patients

Patients with type 1 diabetes experienced higher levels of treatment satisfaction and lower distress levels when using a bionic pancreas (BP), according to a study published by Mary Ann Liebert.


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