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  1. UH researcher nets grant to develop color-coded MRIs

    ... to identify each type of tissue,” Sun said. In a clinical setting, these new agents will be introduced into a patient, most ... scanner will assign a color to each type of nanostructure it senses--such as red for a ligament and blue for bone. The scans will be ...

    Manjula Puthenedam, PhD, - Apr 13, 2011

  2. Radiology: 31P MR spectroscopy depicts extent of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease

    ... of inflammation and fibrogenesis in the liver. A 3.0-T clinical imager was used by the researchers to obtain proton-decoupled 31P MR ... tool with which to define and grade liver injury, and it should be tested in further studies that include patients with liver disease ...

    Manjula Puthenedam, PhD, - Aug 18, 2010

  3. HIE and physician handoffs

    ... Cris Ross, executive vice president and general manager of Clinical Interoperability at Surescripts; David Dissinger, manager of ... knowing what information was sent, tailoring it to the recipient, and acknowledgment of receipt is necessary? ... What you send will only be used if a receiver can get it in time, in a workflow, in the way that his or her practice or hospital ...

    Mary Stevens - Apr 27, 2011

  4. Voxelor launched 3D medical modeling service

    ... treatment, surgical planning, patient education and other clinical applications. The company said it has partnered with Able Software and 3D Systems for the development of ...

    Trimed Staff - Sep 03, 2010

  5. FDA panel OKs Hologics digital mammo tomosynthesis

    ... Mass.-based developer of women’s healthcare systems said it will work with the FDA on next steps for approval of its Selenia ... and chief technical officer at Hologic. The multicenter clinical study demonstrated that compared to 2D digital mammography alone, 3D ...

    Lisa Fratt - Sep 25, 2010

  6. N.Y. network nets $8.7M for IT support of mental health services

    ... coordination for mental health patients through the use of IT. The grant was awarded by the New York State Department of Health and ... as EHRs, e-prescribing, an electronic patient registry and clinical decision support, THINC said. The participating practices in the ...

    Jeff Byers - Oct 08, 2010

  7. Weathering the storm: CT, EHR prove mission critical

    ... major trauma on April 27,” recalled Daniel W. Young, MD, clinical professor of radiology and pediatrics at University of Alabama ... When the EF-5 tornado hit Joplin, Mo., on May 22, it destroyed St. John’s Regional Medical Center, part of Sisters of Mercy ...

    Lisa Fratt - Jun 23, 2011

  8. Ohio hospital selects McKesson for IV automation

    ... McKesson. CytoCare is designed to minimize clinical exposure to hazardous medications because it automates the compounding of hazardous IVs used for chemotherapy and ...

    Jeff Byers - Dec 06, 2010

  9. Radiology: Digital mammo ups cancer detection

    ... may shoulder some of the blame. To better understand clinical outcomes and help guide organizations through the decision-making ... mammography in the identification of microcalcifications it is not surprising that there is a greater number of recalls for ...

    Lisa Fratt - Aug 01, 2011

  10. AJR: Volume reading speeds mass casualty workflow

    ... scan is completed,” Markus Korner, MD, department of clinical radiology at Munich University Hospital in Germany, said in a ... was limited because data were derived from a simulation, it does suggest “the enormous potential” of volume reading to improve ...

    Lisa Fratt - Aug 22, 2011

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