Posts Tagged 'Mobile'

YAWS, Mosquito App, Guilty bosses

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In this week’s programme we look at the popularity of an ineffective way of dealing with mosquitos, using ultrasound signals from mobile phone apps and radio broadcasts. Malaria researchers are concerned people may believe such devices can protect them from being bitten by mosquitos. A radio advertisement promoting the insect repelling benefits of ultrasound recently won an award. However – there is no scientific evidence to support this, research shows the opposite, that ultrasound does not deter insects.

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Studycast Provides Ultrasound Solution for Breast Cancer Screening

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Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) October 30, 2012

According to a study published in the November 2012 American Journal of Roentgenology (http://www.ajronline.org), ultrasound beats mammography as the best imaging option for initial evaluation of breast cancer in symptomatic women ages 30 to 39.

The study found that among women ages 30 to 39 with symptoms of possible breast cancer, ultrasound is a ...

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Flexibility thanks to dicomPACS MobileView

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Flexibility thanks to dicomPACS MobileView: Mobile freedom anywhere, anytime

A web-based viewer with all the important functions for mobile image viewing – that’s dicomPACS®MobileView. The mobile viewer offers physicians and nursing care staff mobile freedom not only when working in a clinic or practice but anywhere and anytime, operating on platform-independent viewing. It is designed both for mobile terminals like the iPad as well as for network PCs. Mobile use is as intuitive as using an app.

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Radiation dose is key to imaging technologies

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By Yoon Ja-young

Since the adoption of x-rays, diagnostic imaging technology has made one of the biggest contributions in the history of medicine. The key concern of diagnostic imaging companies today is lowering radiation doses and substituting for biopsies.

“Our commitment is to make doses almost negligible,” said Nilesh Shah, chief marketing officer in charge of the Asia Pacific region at GE Healthcare, at a meeting with the media last week on the sidelines of the Korean Congress of Radiology. The ...

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MRI-guided focused ultrasound OK’d to relieve bone metastases pain

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Israeli medical device firm InSightec Ltd. said Monday that the Food and Drug Administration expanded the indications for its MRI-guided focused ultrasound system so it can now be used to relieve pain in patients whose cancer has metastasized and traveled to the bone.

The system, ExAblate, uses real-time MR imaging to guide pulses of acoustic ultrasound energy that heat up and destroy the pain-causing nerves, the Tirat Carmel, Israel-based company said.

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Health camp at Moreh

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By Our Moreh Correspondent
MOREH, October 20: The two day district mobile medical unit health camp organized by the BPMU, Primary Health Centre, Moreh concluded today. The two day health camp was sponsored by the District Health Society. The medical camp was attended by the people of around 13 villages.

The mobile medical camp was opened at D Monnaphai village yesterday and around 204 people from the village and its nearby villages including T.Yangnom village,New Leikot village , Khonomphai village,Maoyang village ...

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Stroke screenings coming up at Hy-Vee

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Stroke screenings coming up at Hy-Vee

Published 5:20am Thursday, October 11, 2012

Stroke Detection Plus, a mobile ultrasound service that specializes in preventative health screenings throughout the Midwest, will be conducting stroke and vascular screenings in Austin on Tuesday, Oct. 16, at Hy-Vee, 1001 18th Ave. NW.

Using ultrasound for early detection can prevent 75-80 percent of strokes. Of the 750,000 that occurred last year, 2/3 of those people showed no signs or symptoms prior to having a stroke. An estimated ...

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Hospital adds new mobile MRI

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Nuance speech tech goes mobile with Epic

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Mobile Blue Light Therapy for Broodmares

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