1. Barco's flagship 6MP diagnostic display now with LED backlights


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    http://www.barco.com - Did you know that, compared to a dual-head 3MP system, a 6MP diagnostic display increases productivity by up to 19% while reducing eye strain? For even better performance, Barco has now optimized its 6MP diagnostic display with LED backlight technology. Result? 50 more candela, 25% less power, 50% longer backlight warranty and 0% mercury! More info: http://www.barco.com/nl/products-solutions/displays-monitors-workstations/medical-displays/diagnostic-displays/6-megapixel-wide-screen-diagnostic-color-display-system.aspx

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      BIOPSY CHOICE SURGICAL JOB OR IMAGE GUIDED NEEDLE MINIMAL INVASIVE Dr Jared Christensen Medford Radiology Providence Medical Center Hi I am Bill Keefer, living in the Medford Oregon area, just recently had a VA Cat Scan that showed number swollen Lymph Nodes, the VA wanted to do a surgical biopsy, but I selected a local option and at Providence Hospital in Medford, Dr. Christensen performed a non invasive biopsy using a CT scan machine and image aided a small needle to extract biopsy tissue. I got into the Cat scan room and it only took 20 minutes or so for the procedure. I was on twilight drugs and was awake for the procedure. No pain, and I didn’t even know they had done the procedure as they were rolling me out to recovery room. Providence Hospital, Medford Radiology and Doctor Christensen is the best. For me this minimal invasive biopsy, is far superior to being cut open and have the old style surgery that looks archaic by comparison. Dr. Jared Christensen (Medford Radiology) interventional radiologists uses modern minimally invasive medicine. Using X-rays, CT, ultrasound, MRI, and other imaging methods, interventional radiologists obtain images which are then used to direct interventional instruments throughout the body. These procedures are usually performed using needles and narrow tubes rather than by making large incisions into the body as in traditional surgery. Image-guided biopsy. An image-guided biopsy is a procedure in which the doctor uses imaging technology, such as ultrasound, fluoroscopy, computed tomography (CT) scan, x-ray, or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan, to determine the exact location of the tissue that needs to be removed for analysis. A needle is used to obtain a sample of the tissue; it may be a fine needle, core needle, or vacuum-assisted needle. An image-guided biopsy may be used when a tumor appears on an imaging scan but cannot be felt by the doctor or when the area is located deeper inside the body. The type of imaging technology used depends on the location of the suspected cancer site and other factors.

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      • Defining Moments - "Your Upswing Starts Here"


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        Carol thought she was just clumsy, or just getting older, until a bad fall leading to an MRI at MD Imaging revealed a brain tumor that required immediate surgery. The radiologists' swift diagnosis saved carl's life, and her husband and sone–both physicians–Knew she was in good hands. Carol's credits MD Imaging for giving her many more years of gardening, Pilates, and fanatic grandmothering. MD Imaging's state of the art technology and trusted diagnostic ability are why doctors choose use for their own care and that of their loved ones. "I was so honored to shoot this commercial for a local imaging company MD Imaging. They are a great business and do a lot for shasta county and the people here. Also I was blessed to work with a great production team on the entire project." - Videography: Tyler Faires (www.tylerfaires.com) Graphics and Project Management: Matt Briner (www.mattbriner.com) Photography: Brent Van Auken (www.bvaphoto.com) Writer: Kallie Markle (www.kalliemarkle.com) Voice Over: Rebeckah Dahlen (rdahlenvoiceover@yahoo.com) Camera Assist: David Frandsen (www.davidfrandsenphoto.com) Actress: Susanne Walton

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        • Diversified Musculoskeletal Specialty Radiology


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          Diversified Radiology is staffed with highly-trained sub-specialty radiologists who read musculoskeletal patterns with precision. They are some of the best anywhere in noticing patterns, abnormalities, and small details that escape even radiologists generally trained. It's part of their expertise---they read scans in their highly focused specialty usually more than 90% of the time. That gives them, and the physicians, surgeons, and medical staff a far more accurate and quick read, and benefits the patient is making the treatment more specific and accurate.

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          • ECR15: I-I-I Interview with Dr. Denis Remedios on the importance of new guidelines for radiologists in the UK


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            During ECR 2015 in Vienna HealthManagement held a I-I-I Interview (I Minute, I Question, I Answer) with Dr. Denis Remedios, Consultant Radiologist, NHS Trust, Harrow, Middlesex, UK. I Question: Tell us more about the importance of new guidelines for radiologists in the UK.

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            • Event of the Year


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              26,000+ healthcare professionals. Meet your customers face-to-face. Be seen - Be heard - Be noticed - Be here: RSNA 2013.

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              • Going 3D: the Latest in CT Scanners


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                It’s the most advanced imaging scanner in Lee County. When doctors need quick access to better see what’s going on it the body, they can now rely on a new 3D scanner. 3D images are going from the movies into the exam room. “What we’re seeing here is a 3D representation of the arteries in a patient’s neck. And what you can see is that the image is actually rotating.” Diagnosing everything from heart disease to stroke, doctors are making use of high tech CT scanners. “A CT scanner uses x-rays to make an image of a patient non-invasively. So we take x-ray images of the patient over 360 degrees and then mathematically reconstruct that into an image or a slice of a patient,” says Dr. Cory Duffek, a radiologist with Lee Memorial Health System’s medical staff. “This is the latest version of CAT scan imaging. This is a 128-slice CAT scan machine, and this is extremely important to Gulf Coast Medical center because we’re becoming the stroke center for Lee County,” says radiologist Dr. William Hearn. The benefit of this particular scanner is speed and accuracy. In under 20 minutes, the detailed image is complete and in the hands of a doctor. “One area that it really plays a big role in is a work up of acute stroke. We are able to not only identify whether its ischemic or hemorrhagic stroke, we can then take it one step farther and identify which blood vessel is occluded causing the stroke. We can also image the patient’s physiology using this and watch the blood flow into the brain,” says Dr. Duffek. The patient is only in the machine for a matter of minutes, which means less exposure to radiation. But the brief time has opened up new windows of opportunity. “Radiologists are all about imaging. We’re about quality and speed. And this allows us to treat our patients in a different way than we’ve had the opportunity before,” says Dr. Hearn. And 3D scanners are giving doctors the best seat in the house. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we've been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org

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                • How to become a Radiologic Technologist?


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                  http://iradiologictechnologist.com/ How to become a Radiologic Technologist?

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                  • How to get healthcare professional sales leads & mailing lists


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                    Using AtoZdatabases’ ‘1.1 Million Healthcare Professionals’ database, users can find and export unlimited number of Healthcare Professional sales leads and mailing lists for FREE. For example let’s say you sell medical equipment to Radiologists, and now you want to prospect to all the Radiologists in Lincoln, Nebraska. This video shows how to get a list of all these Radiologists.

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                    • ISVIR '14


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                      Contact us on : www.42fpsproductions.com || facebook.com/42fps || vimeo.com/42fps || 42fps.productions@gmail.com A highlight trailer encompassing all the best moments over the four days of the 2014 ISVIR Medical Conference. Directed by : Adityaraj Cinematography : Adityaraj, Bhavesh Parmar & Santosh Photography by : Adityaraj, Bhavesh Parmar, Amit & Padmakar Edited by : Akshaya Sawant Online Edit and Colour Grading : Adityaraj Production Team : Atul Mehta, Sukriti Datta, Kalyani Tule Event Managed by : Variance || www.variance.bz Special Thanks - Dr. Vimal Someshwar, Urvil Shah & Sachin We DO NOT own copyrights for any of the music and is solely the property of the artist. Technical Details : 5 camera set-up : Nikon D800 x 2 || Nikon D7000 || Nikon D5200 || Go Pro Hero3 Lenses used : 50mm 1.4 prime || 35mm 1.8 prime II 85mm 1.8 prime II 24 - 70mm 2.8 zoom || 70 - 200 2.8 tele zoom || 11 - 16mm 2.8 wide || 55 - 300mm tele zoom || 18 - 105mm zoom

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