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Innovatus Imaging Launches TEE Probe Maintenance Program

Trans-Esophageal Echocardiology, or TEE Probes, used to create images of the heart via the esophagus, are among the most costly ultrasound devices imaging departments nationwide purchase in order to properly diagnose cardiac conditions. Each of these highly...

Clarius to Unveil Miniaturized Wireless Smartphone Ultrasound Scanners

Clarius Mobile Health is poised to deliver on its promise to make high-definition ultrasound more affordable and easier to use for every clinician. During its virtual Innovation Spotlight event on Monday, January 17, 2022, the company’s ultrasound pioneers will take...

AHRA Approves ICE Education

ICE 2022 is approved for 32 ARRT Category A CE credits by AHRA.

MUSC team demonstrates MRI scan in ambulance

Doctors at MUSC Health’s Comprehensive Stroke Center constantly work with their community hospital colleagues on initiatives to cut down the steps that need to happen between the time a stroke patient is wheeled through the ambulance bay until treatment can begin.

Tools of the Trade: MedWrench – My Bench

MedWrench.com is a resource and sharing network for users of medical equipment. You can get answers, find information and read what others think about the equipment they use. It is free to join and easy to keep informed. You simply bookmark your favorite communities (equipment, categories or manufacturers) to your “My Bench” area and you are given an intelligent feed of information from other professionals as they help each other solve problems. Your “My Bench” page can help you:

  • Manage the equipment you’ve bookmarked and adjust how you are notified about new information.
  • See what other professionals in your discipline are using and discussing.
  • Ask questions and get answers about your equipment. You can provide answers too!
  • Talk to industry experts and manufacturers directly about issues that concern you.
  • Contribute to the community by providing accurate information about medical equipment.
  • Connect with other medical equipment professionals and find out how they use their equipment effectively.

For more information, visit www.medwrench.com.

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