Articles Related to radiation exposure on Health Imaging Hub
On this page you will find all the articles related to radiation exposure that have been published on Health Imaging Hub.
According to a new study, medical imaging procedure taking place in children's cancer treatment can put children at risk due to delivering them high doses of radiation. The study was conducted in a children cancer medical center in Canada, and it involved 150 children suffering from the disease. Res...
 
According to a recent presentation, 15% of radiation exposure in the United States takes place during cardiac imaging procedures, especially during coronary CT angiography (CCTA). The presentation was highlighted during the 2010 annual Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT) meeting, which w...
 
Using the new coronary CTA (CT Angiography) image enhancement technique called adaptive statistical iterative reconstruction (ASIR) can reduce the risk of radiation exposure by 27%, as reported by a new study published in the September issue of the American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR), titled ...
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Humanetics Corporation, a major company providing accelerated development and commercialization of proprietary drugs in markets with urgent and unmet needs, announced that it has signed a new global license for medications that are able to reduce the effects accompanied with radiation exposure such ...
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MRI has been one of the significantly important medical imaging techniques. The procedure offers highly-detailed images with high safety profile as it does not involve radiation exposure. More advances and new applications for MRI are appearing every day. For instance, Jeffrey C. Hellinger, M.D., a ...
 
Hampton Roads is going to make use of a new low-dose CT imaging system. The new 64-slice CT unit is supported with advanced software that helps technicians in reducing radiation exposure by almost 40%, with enhanced image clarity. The first hospital to use the new CT system in the area is Bon Secour...
 
According to a new study, using a new approach in processing X-ray data would reduce, by nearly 10%, the radiation delivered to patients while undergoing cone beam CT scans. The study was carried out by researchers from the University of California in San Diego. The study will be highlighted at the ...
 
According to radiology expert from the U.S., healthcare providers are currently developing ways to protect their patients from exposure to high radiation doses. Dr. Simeon Abramson, lead heart CT radiologist at Porter Adventist Hospital in Denver, said that the ongoing concerns about the radiation r...
 
According to MedSolutions, a leading provider of medical management services, a recent New England Journal of Medicine editorial highlighted Utilization management programs which use evidence-based guidelines to ensure appropriate use of diagnostic imaging tests could help prevent dangerous radiatio...
 
According to a recent study, using Strut-Adjusted Volume Implant (SAVI) while conducting radiotherapy reduce cancer growth and limit the complications that accompany other types of brachytherapy. SAVI focuses radiation doses on the target cancerous tissue and thus it minimize radiation exposure to t...
 
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