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1) St. Jude to invest $11.5 billion in worldwide pediatric care

Will develop new treatments and create new research areas for cancer and other pediatric catastrophic diseases

2) The importance of CRNAs to pediatric care

Recognizing the vital role of Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists in administering quality care to children

3) Philips to incorporate classic Disney characters in Ambient Experience for MR

The pilot study will see if Disney animations can help reduce anxiety among children in MR scans

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Abbott seeks better treatment options for patients with both atrial fibrillation and heart failure with new trial
May 06, 2021
Unfallkrankenhaus Berlin brings AI to Germany - Aidoc expands presence in Europe
May 06, 2021
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May 06, 2021
RSIP Vision launches an advanced AI-based tool for prostate MR and ultrasound registration
May 06, 2021
Konica Minolta Healthcare partners with nVoq to advance cloud-based, integrated speech recognition in the Exa Platform
May 06, 2021
RapidAI unveils expansion of first comprehensive stroke analytics solution
May 06, 2021
Cardiovascular disease could be diagnosed earlier with new glowing probe
May 06, 2021
ITM establishes subsidiary in Shanghai to accelerate introduction of its precision oncology portfolio in China
May 06, 2021
Omega Medical Imaging spins-off medical equipment service company OMI MedTech
May 06, 2021
Proven radiology capabilities grant Sectra order from Mary Washington Healthcare
May 05, 2021

Pediatrics

St. Jude to invest $11.5 billion in worldwide pediatric care
Will develop new treatments and create new research areas for cancer and other pediatric catastrophic diseases
Bringing proton therapy to pediatric patients
Access is improving for the kids who stand to benefit most, but the pandemic has magnified financial challenges
When small is big: MR safety for pediatric patients
Looking back 20 years after the tragic death of Michael Colombini
Contrast-enhanced ultrasound utilization on the rise
CEUS offers many unique advantages over other imaging modalities, particularly for pediatric patients
ED visits for respiratory illness down 62% among children: Study
Pediatric facilities in particular saw a 42% decline across 44 hospitals
Tackling pediatric fears of medical imaging
How patient comfort innovations are making radiology more kid-friendly
Philips to incorporate classic Disney characters in Ambient Experience for MR
The pilot study will see if Disney animations can help reduce anxiety among children in MR scans
The importance of CRNAs to pediatric care
Recognizing the vital role of Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists in administering quality care to children
MR approach shows fetal heart for the first time in 4D
Could help in diagnosing wide array of congenital heart disease pathologies
Advanced imaging increases in pediatric ED, ultrasound and MR drive the trend
Move away from CT illustrates growing awareness of long-term radiation risks
How Seattle Children’s Bellevue Surgery Center employed AI-powered technology to eliminate opioids for most pediatric surgeries
Insights from Dr. Greg Latham, a pediatric anesthesiologist and director of pediatric cardiac anesthesiology at Seattle Children's Hospital
Outpatient visits have dropped by close to 60% during COVID-19 pandemic
Highest declines in New England and mid-Atlantic regions
The pediatric benefits of contrast enhanced ultrasound
Experts discuss the pros and cons of a valuable tool in the pediatric imaging tool kit
Products and preparation help lower sedation in pediatric imaging
Reducing anxiety for young patients doesn't only make them happier, it means more efficient care
Improving pediatric access to proton therapy
What's being done to make sure children are receiving the best cancer treatments possible?
Insured or not, unnecessary care is a problem among pediatric patients
Researchers find roughly one in ten children received unneeded services in 2014
US physician demand rose by five percent in 2019, says national study
20 percent YOY increase in telemedicine as a skill
Superhero program can save a kid's MR session
New evidence from Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian that patient comfort is good for business

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Proton therapy current events recap

A look back at some of the biggest headlines shaping the road ahead

Bringing proton therapy to pediatric patients

Access is improving for the kids who stand to benefit most, but the pandemic has magnified financial challenges

Contrast-enhanced ultrasound utilization on the rise

CEUS offers many unique advantages over other imaging modalities, particularly for pediatric patients

Tackling pediatric fears of medical imaging

How patient comfort innovations are making radiology more kid-friendly