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BAMF Health, United Imaging Celebrate Total-Body PET Clinic Focused on Theranostics

United Imaging, a global leader in advanced medical imaging and radiotherapy equipment, announced that the uEXPLORER, the company’s state-of-the-art digital two-meter total-body PET/CT, has arrived and is being installed at the Doug Meijer Medical Innovation Building...

New Report Provides Strategies for Managing Contrast Shortage

Recent disruptions in a pharmaceutical supply chain have impacted the global availability of GE Healthcare Omnipaque™ iohexol iodinated contrast media (ICM) for radiologic examinations. A new Special Report published in the journal Radiology provides consensus...

Philips showcases ultra-low contrast PCI solutions at EuroPCR 2022

Royal Philips is showcasing innovations at EuroPCR (May 17-20, Paris, France) that can enable interventionists to perform ultra-low contrast percutaneous coronary intervention (ULC-PCI) procedures with greater confidence and clarity. Philips’ ULC-PCI solutions...

Bruker Launches Novel 7 Tesla and 9.4 Tesla Preclinical MRI Magnets

At the ISMRM 2022 conference, Bruker announced the launch of innovative 7 Tesla and 9.4 Tesla conduction-cooled Maxwell magnets for its market-leading preclinical magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) systems portfolio, according to a press release. Following the success...

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Increase Rest Ethic With Moments Of Unproductive Productivity

Increase Rest Ethic With Moments Of Unproductive Productivity

Under “normal” circumstances, imaging leaders are productive junkies. We are busy with quality and safety initiatives, reviewing budgets, leading research, building high reliability organizations, supporting the team, providing patient-centric care, and doing all we can to ensure a productive and efficient operation. It appears that leaders are programmed to work more in our industry or it could be the mere tradition of Western culture to support work alcoholics. More and more, we are tied to our phones and emails 24/7, constantly “on.”

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You Can’t Get Change in a Weekend Workshop

You Can’t Get Change in a Weekend Workshop

We live in the age of expediency. We love our 10-minute oil changes, drive-through restaurants and microwave ovens. We want what we want, and we want it now. That works for some things, but when it comes to making changes in either ourselves or our companies, changes take time.

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Preserve and Protect Your Legacy

Preserve and Protect Your Legacy

Few things hit as hard as a loved one dying. What do you do? One of the first things people do is notify others that the person has died. Then, the funeral planning begins. After that, closing out final affairs is a priority. If the person had a trust or will, it might be easier to close out those affairs, but keep in mind that there is so much not addressed in those documents. 

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Wrong is Right

Wrong is Right

I often visit Ted.com where I find interesting and enlightening presentations by experts in their field. One such presentation was “On Being Wrong” by Kathryn Schulz. Ms. Schulz is a staff writer for The New Yorker and is the author of “Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error.”

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MRI Safety Remains Important

MRI Safety Remains Important

We have all heard the horror stories about the tragedy that can occur when our MRI safety program fails. Whether it is due to human error, equipment malfunction, misinformation, or negligence, one event is too many.

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Radiology Executive Shares Perspective

Radiology Executive Shares Perspective

I have been fortunate to work with and mentor some great techs that have become even better executives. One of my former mentees shared their thoughts with me on diversity in radiology.

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