Siemens Healthineers has nabbed U.S. FDA clearance for syngo Virtual Cockpit, a secure platform that enables real-time image sharing and collaboration among healthcare professionals at different locations.
China-based Infervision has introduced an artificial intelligence (AI) platform to help radiologists detect and diagnose stroke, leading to patients getting lifesaving treatment when time is of the essence. This new stroke detection solution was recently showcased at RSNA.Read More
St. Cloud Hospital in Minnesota recently installed the Aquilion ONE/GENESIS Edition from Toshiba Medical. The system is located across a hallway from the emergency department and is being used for a wide range of exams, including neuro perfusion studies.Read More
In five years, Kaleida Health’s Stroke Care Center (SCC) at the Gates Vascular Institute in Buffalo, N.Y., realized more than $5.4 million in cost savings by using the Aquilion ONE CT system from Toshiba Medical, Tustin, Calif., to diagnose acute stroke.Read More
Concern about radiation overexposure for patients receiving CT scans still exists, but the modality is rebounding from this stigma. CT’s reputation for superior speed and accuracy means the systems will remain a revenue-generator for hospitals and imaging centers—continuing to provide plenty of employment opportunities for the biomeds who keep them up and running.Read More
Carestream Health announced that it was awarded 61 new patents from the United States Patent and Trademark Office in 2015 for the company’s research and development efforts in radiography, cone beam CT imaging, and healthcare IT, among other areas. The company also received 64 additional patents in European and Asian countries last year.Read More