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.
The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced on Thursday that about 1,200 complaints were reported to the organization about radiotherapy devices used for treatment of cancer patients. FDA added that it had contacted the manufacturers of these devices in order to enhance safety. T...
 
A recent study, published in the current issue of Cell Transplantation, showed that using the , FDA-approved, contrast agent Indocyanine Green (ICG) for labeling human, embryonic stem cell-derived, cardiomyocytes (hESC-CMs) would significantly enhance efforts carried out to optically track stem cell...
 
Humana Inc. announced that is has reduced unnecessary radiation exposure delivered to its members by what is equal to more than five million chest x-rays starting from 2004, Humana is confirming how health benefits companies would contribute in improving both the quality and safety of health. Humana...
 
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) held a public meeting to discuss how to reduce radiation exposure and the possibilities for the patients to not to be exposed to it. HealthHelp chief medical officer Mark Hiatt, M.D., explained "Making sure patients receive the right diagnostic imaging te...
 
Axis Surgical Technologies, Inc. launched its C-MOR Visualization Device to be used in spine procedures. The device is a self-contained portable imaging tool that acts as a standard arthroscopy device. However, the device has improved features considering its size and cost. The hand-held, light-weig...
 
There is an increasing need on reducing radiation exposure while improving the quality of produced images. Cardiac imaging is one of the procedures requiring attention, since the procedure depends on high doses and longer examination times.To meet that need, Toshiba announced that it had made softwa...
 
According to a study in the American Journal of Roentgenology, reduced or no "padding" during ECG-triggered coronary CT angiography (CTA) results in a substantial reduction in radiation dose without affecting image quality and interpretability. Troy LaBounty, MD, lead author of the study, said "By ...
 
According to a new study, the reduction or even stop of "padding" while ECG-triggered coronary CT angiography (CTA) is carried out will results in significant decrease in radiation dose without reducing image quality. The study was published in the April issue of the American Journal of Roentgenolog...
 
According to New South Wales radiologists, one in every thousand children having CT (computed tomography) scan will likely suffer cancer as a result to radiation exposure during the procedure. Children and younger adults have higher risks of harmful mutation affecting their cells, since these cells ...
 
A new research, carried out at the University of Cincinnati, found that it would be cost-effective to apply CT scans for screening of non-smoking women, 25-54 years of age, who for the first time, visit the emergency room suffering from a collapsed lung, for diagnosis and treatment of lymphangioleio...
 
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