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Mobile Blue Light Therapy for Broodmares

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Anyone concerned about ultrasounds?

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I felt that way the first time around and avoided them. However, I was measuring big and in the third trimester my MW ordered one. Based on that, they changed my dates a whole month, moving my due date from June 25 to late May. They were wrong, but the result was that I had to have antenatal testing for 5 weeks (2 US a week to check fluid, all fine) while we waited for me to go into labor ...

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FDA checking high-risk medical apps for safety

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Focused ultrasound for treating Parkinson’s disease to be tested

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The phase 1 clinical trial has been approved by the U.S. and is expected to enroll 30 subjects with medication-resistant Parkinson’s disease. The subjects will undergo an investigational procedure using focused delivered within a magnetic resonance scanner to target a small area deep in the brain. Unlike traditional , there is no need to cut into the skull.

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Ultrasound Service Offers Cheaper Options

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We have all had “that moment” when you first look at a medical bill, but one Amherst business owner says that he has an alternative with his services.

Scott Bryson of Amherst is the owner of Krislan Ultrasonix, which offers reasonably-priced mobile and professional ultrasound services. He purchased the company more than three years ago and opened up a location in Concord last year.

Krislan has been in business for about 22 years, but Bryson said that increases in health insurance premiums, ...

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Ultrasound tool for pregnancy risks

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Updated: 15:43, Thursday October 11, 2012

Using ultrasound to measure pregnant women’s abdominal fat could be the best way to assess risks for overweight or obese mothers, a new study says.

Research from the University of Sydney has found that one type of fat is riskier than another for mothers and unborn babies.

In a study recently published in Obstetric Magazine, lead author Professor Ralph Nanan found more than 50 per cent of Australian pregnant women were either overweight ...

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Medipattern Volume Significantly Increases Over Last Quarter

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TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwire – Oct. 10, 2012) –

Attention: Business/Financial Editors

The Medipattern Corporation (“Medipattern“) ...

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Ultrasound group accredits first urologic practice

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The American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) has granted ultrasound practice accreditation in urology to the Smith Institute for Urology of The North Shore LIJ Health System in New Hyde Park, NY.

This is the first practice to receive accreditation in the practice of urology from the AIUM.

Ultrasound practice accreditation is a voluntary peer review process that allows practices to demonstrate that they meet or exceed nationally recognized standards in the performance and interpretation of diagnostic ultrasound examinations. The accreditation ...

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Industry’s First Octal Ultrasound Receiver with JESD204B Serial Interface …

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NORWOOD, Mass., Oct 08, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) —
Analog
Devices, Inc. (ADI), the leading provider of data-conversion
technology* and longtime collaborator with the medical imaging industry,
today introduced the industry’s first octal ultrasound receiver to
feature an on-chip JESD204B serial interface. By incorporating ...

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Radiologists discuss advances in ultrasound technology at workshop

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