GE's ECR launches include mammography, CT systems March 5, 2016 -- VIENNA - A new digital mammography system, a new CT scanner in its Revolution line, and new cardiac MRI software are among the product highlights for GE Healthcare at this week's ECR 2016 meeting.
CEUS shines for indeterminate small renal masses March 5, 2016 -- VIENNA - Thanks to its sensitivity for slight blood flow in tumors, contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) can be very useful for characterizing hypovascular masses that were indeterminate on contrast-enhanced CT or MRI, Italian researchers reported on Thursday at ECR 2016.
Philips highlights data analytics at ECR 2016 March 4, 2016 -- VIENNA - Philips Healthcare is highlighting its expanding prowess in data analytics at ECR 2016 this week, as well as additional upgrades and enhancements across its product portfolio.
New angio x-ray unit paces Toshiba's ECR 2016 product launches March 4, 2016 -- VIENNA - Toshiba Medical Systems is taking advantage of this week's ECR 2016 to launch Infinix-i Rite Edition, a new interventional x-ray system that features a dual C-arm design for faster and more efficient operation and high-speed 3D studies.
Living Pain-Free: Sonographer back pain, part 7 February 25, 2016 -- The choices we make -- or don't make -- can have a huge impact on how the back feels. Coach Mark Roozen and sonographer Doug Wuebben wrap up their seven-part series on sonographer back pain by examining how lifestyle choices can affect our ability to live pain-free.
Living Pain-Free: Sonographer back pain, part 6 February 18, 2016 -- Is your butt the cause of your back pain? It could be. As we near the end of this seven-part series on sonographer back pain, coach Mark Roozen and sonographer Doug Wuebben share some stretches and exercises to address the common problem of a weak or imbalanced backside.
Quantitative ultrasound method stages fatty liver February 12, 2016 -- A computer-aided ultrasound technique can be used to stage liver steatosis, or fatty liver, offering high correlation with fat measurements produced from MR spectroscopy, according to a pilot study from Radboud University Medical Center in Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
Image-guided liver biopsy is safe, but not risk-free February 11, 2016 -- While major adverse events from liver biopsy guided by ultrasound or CT are extremely rare, variables such as the patient's platelet count can increase the risk for hematoma from the procedure by as much as fourfold, according to a large retrospective analysis performed at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN.
How to train movement to live, work, and play pain-free February 4, 2016 -- For the past five years on AuntMinnie.com, coach Mark Roozen and sonographer Doug Wuebben have offered advice to sonographers on how they can correct the movement problems that lead to job-related pain and discomfort. We've collected their years of wisdom into a single downloadable resource that is available for free to AuntMinnie.com members.
For years, coach Mark Roozen and sonographer Doug Wuebben have advised sonographers on how they can correct movement problems that lead to job-related pain. We've collected their wisdom in a single downloadable resource that is available for free to AuntMinnie.com members.