Clinical evidence and compact proton therapy systems fuel growth
British study results indicate new lower radiation dose protocol for kids
A pair of new studies presented at the 3rd European Society for Radiotherapy and Oncology in Barcelona, Spain, have revealed that upping radiotherapy doses for children with an intracranial ependymoma can improve survival
But challenges stand in the way of bringing it to the clinical setting
Despite being "saturated" the European infant care solutions market is growing due to a rise in preterm births
U.K. study compares health app expectations from medical professionals and users
13,000 patients may benefit from this
European medical device sector investments are on the rise, according to a new survey
Company claims it’s the world’s smallest pacemaker
Imaging has yielded 'important insights" into the progress of hand osteoarthritis
As the population ages, there is a need for more affordable strategies
Checking in on radiation safety over two years after the international conference
Ken Burns' latest documentary represents a milestone in how society looks at the disease
Brings simple interface to patients conducting peritoneal dialysis at home
90 percent of opportunities to use hand rubs or aseptic techniques were missed
First commercial sale of a LIGHT system by manufacturer, Advanced Oncotherapy
United Kingdom is far behind other European nations in its battle with cancer, at or near the survival rates in the late 1990s
Brainlab's ExacTrac and Versa HD combine to improve accuracy in SRS and SBRT at Ludwig-Maximilian University Hospital
The rate is declining but not fast enough
The focus is on higher integration and pilot project commercialization
Two new national proton therapy centers in England will be equipped with the Varian ProBeam proton therapy system
My one day in Vienna — 14.260 Steps / 10.69 km — 10 scheduled meetings (of which 3 did not happen, because we could not find each other), and many informal, unscheduled ones — enclosed, my impressions of the 2015 show
Pesticides are among main offenders
A new WHO guideline urges adults and children to cut daily intake of free sugars by roughly half
Submissions to the ESR journal European Radiology were up 16 percent for a total of 2,100, of which 20 percent are selected for publication, according to ESR reports
Dr. Anne Osborn, the Nikola Tesla honorary lecturer at the European Society of Radiology Annual Congress, spoke with DOTmed about the latest in radiogenomics
The 2015 European Congress of Radiology Annual Conference began March 4, with more than 20,000 attending.
Less than half of the countries in Africa offer access to radiotherapy
Berlin has recorded more than 570 measles diagnoses since October
Comparing options for stereotactic radiosurgery
Some service personnel or equipment users had been found to have modified the systems, says FDA
Professor Bonomo talks about the upcoming ECR show and conference
Patented algorithm adds definition to images with less radiation
Watching a DVD before the procedure can help improve patient experience – and MR results
Will invest £87 million over 10 years to install new scanners
From 1.5, to 3, to 7... the draw to more powerful MR magnets
CT market projected to grow 5.5 percent to $5.1 billion by 2018
The market earned $2.74 billion in 2014, expected to be $3.69 by 2020
Driven by demand for affordable technology.
MESA will service German radiology market.
Analysts speculate on an eventual sale.
Therapeutic radiopharmaceuticals are the main driver.
May reach $27.1 billion by 2018.
Several factors are driving the upsurge.
The transition phase of a screening modality was factored in.
Otherwise, attendance stayed the same as 2013.
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