Heart Damage After COVID-19 Recovery The world faces new repercussions of COVID-19 as we continue to navigate this pandemic. In the following, article from Cardiovascular Business, patients and healthcare providers are presented with a summary of a German study. This study investigated the cardiovascular ramifications that result from COVID-19 infection.
The following article, “Volume of cardiovascular procedures expected to normalize by Q4 2020,” is from the online site “Cardiovascular Business” from May 29, 2020. The article’s author, Michael Walter, discusses the possibility that cardiovascular case volumes may normalize sooner than other specialties. Walter establishes these claims based upon data analyzed
The following article is written by Matt O’Connor and published in Health Imaging magazine in June 2020. O’Connor discusses the advantages of conducting imaging exams via online portals for both doctors and patients alike. Easy online access affords health care providers and patients better quality of care and economic advantages
Freeland Systems, LLC is pleased to welcome Toni Toles to our Clinical/Technical staff. Toni will serve as an Installation Facilitator and Software Support Technician. In addition to a computer software background, Toni has two Amazon Web Services certifications. She also has 15 years experience working as a Nuclear Tech in
Want to know how the Nuclear Cardiology sector is working through the COVID-19 pandemic? The American Society of Nuclear Cardiology President Sharmila Dorbala, M.D., MPH, FASNC pointed to the ASNC’s quick turnaround for practice guidance documents for patient care in a COVID-19 environment. While many facilities are working towards re-opening
By Theresa Pablos, AuntMinnie staff writer March 19, 2020 — Ultrasound scans show promise for helping to monitor patients with COVID-19, according to a letter published on March 12 in Intensive Care Medicine. The researchers used lung ultrasonography to monitor more than a dozen patients in China with COVID-19 infections. Because of its
cPAC Pro installation will provide students with modern PACS technology for Cardiovascular Technology Program: Included below is an e-mail exchange between Mr. John Freeland, Managing Partner of Freeland Systems, and Dan Dyar, MA, RDCS and Lisa Vargas, AS, RDCS. Dan and Lisa are both CVT Instructors in the Cardiovascular Technology
Freeland Systems is pleased to announce new management changes for the year 2020. Two changes in management will occur after the first of the year. Bruce Dodge and Susan Crum, both veteran employees, will be promoted to new roles for the year 2020. Bruce will assume the position of President.