Expect sales of DEET to skyrocket.
Thirsty U.S. hospitals are big consumers of water, major fuels, a new EIA report says.
ER docs the most burnt out, Annals of Internal Medicine study says.
Most PET owners not in the market for new equipment.
Robert Steele now with ReMedPar.
Somatom Perspective arrives in Atlanta.
China's growing ultrasound clout.
"Because hepatitis C has few noticeable symptoms, many of those who are infected have no idea that the virus has been slowly damaging their livers," CDC expert says.
Software can help quantify amyloid plaque deposits on PET scans.
Support will help with patient accrual for study on high-risk, early-stage lung cancer patients.
Not what it's cracked up to be.
DOJ says Dr. Jack Baker will settle kickback claims.
Timothy E. Guertin will be replaced by the COO.
Auvi-Q tells patients how to inject an emergency dose to treat anaphylactic shock.
X-ray theft growing problem, police say.
New York City's first proton therapy center might be coming to Harlem.
Frost & Sullivan report looks at Europe's hybrid OR market.
The inappropriate CCTA rate drops almost 60% with CQI initiative at Michigan health centers, a new study says.
Training needed to cut down on inpatient overdoses.
Research, training and test drives.
Letter from the online editor - August 2012
Breast density laws and other legislation might "inappropriately infringe" on doctors' turf.
Harvey L. Neiman Health Policy Institute will examine new payment models and the true cost of medical imaging.
Combining a heat-activated drug with a heat-generating ultrasound device could be 'transformative' for cancer therapies.
Exclusive deal gives IBA rights to make and ship Alzheimer's imaging agent.
CDC viral news.
OR volumes rising in the next three years.
$300 million in cuts could also lead to layoffs.
OiService expands its offerings.
STD test maker now part of women's health equipment company.
Technology could help radiologists automatically quantify breast density to gauge a woman's cancer risk, researchers said at the AAPM's annual meeting.
October cuts could affect hundreds of hospitals.
45 percent there.
Group reaffirms 2004 recommendations.
Games sponsor GE provided $100 million worth of medical, lighting and power equipment.
GBCA now can be used to help diagnose aorto-ilio femoral occlusive disease.
Contract covers new mobile DRX-Revolution.
Five-year deal covers oncology, neurology and cardiology PET radiotracers.
Former U.S. National Coordinator for HIT picked for health reform foundation.
Autopsies and imaging studies can be quality control measures for each other.
How are new regulations affecting the market?
Repealing the law would add to the deficit by $109 billion, the non-partisan group says.
30-year-old tech charged with video voyeurism.
From Om to ow.
Magnetom Spectra gets 510(k) clearance.
More efficient hospitals save money, too.
Dedicated breast MRIs headed to China.
Agfa touts new GPO contract.
Singapore announces $100 million center.