Posted by Eyal Aharon of Medic Vision on Nov 9, 2015. Atlantis Worldwide would like to share this post with you!Read More
Sensible Solutions for Refurbished Radiology
Posted by Eyal Aharon of Medic Vision on July 16, 2015. Atlantis Worldwide would like to share this post with you!Read More
This article was orginally posted on DotMed.com on June 11, 2015
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This article was first published on DotMed-Healthcare Business on April 21, 2015 then on the Medic Vision site in May by Eyal Aharon.Read More
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Creating standards. Improving reporting. Lowering dose to better the health and safety of patients and staff. These are laudable goals, and the new Standard XR-29-2013 from the National Electrical Manufacturers Association’s (NEMA’s) Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA) is taking them on.Read More
Do you need more information on best practices to lower your CT dose? We have complied a list of informative articles to answer many questions you may have and explore options that can assist you today.Read More
It is no secret that the most expensive consumable component associated with CT scanning is the CT X-Ray Tube. Some CT Tubes can cost $200,000 and more for a new replacement. While most providers carry CT X-Ray Tube coverage as a part of their CT maintenance contract, this coverage still represents a “five figure” annual line item cost.
The attached paper will describe how and why CT Tube Life is extended when SafeCT, or any OEM iterative reconstruction solution for that matter, is incorporated to achieve low-dose CT scanning capabilities. Many SafeCT customers tell us that they have experienced from 40% and up to 4X (four times) life extension on their CT tube using SafeCT!Read More
The National Electrical Manufacturers Association’s Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA) has published XR 29 Standard Attributes on Computed Tomography (CT) Equipment Related to Dose Optimization and Management. XR 29, also known as MITA Smart Dose, includes four key features of CT equipment that enable optimization or management of radiation dose delivery while also providing high quality medical images.Read More
Qualis Health Award Project presented by Hal J. Mason RT, R, CT, CT Technologist at Yakima Memorial Hospital, Valley Imaging Outpatient Imaging Center in Yakima, Washington.