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Echo remains top modality in Canada for heart failure

By Abraham Kim, AuntMinnie.com staff writer August 9, 2019 — Although CT and MRI have taken on a growing role in recent years, resting echocardiography remains by far the most widely used imaging modality for heart failure patients in Canada, according to an article published online August 9 in JAMA Network Open. The

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Seamless Integration of Local and Browser-based Freeland PACS

Browser-based compatibility cPAC Pro interacts with cPac – Freeland Systems web-based application.  DICOM images and structured reports may be available in either application with anywhere/anytime access. Local Application cPAC Pro allows you to work without internet access and provides optional automatic upload of files to the cloud.

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Six Characteristics of Effective Structured Reporting and the Inevitable Integration with Speech Recognition

Six Characteristics of Effective Structured Reporting and the Inevitable Integration with Speech Recognition David Liu,1,2 Mark Zucherman,2 and William B. Tulloss, Jr.2 Author information Copyright and License information Disclaimer This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Go to: Abstract The reporting of radiological images is undergoing dramatic changes due to the introduction of two

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Advanced Echo Symposium

We’ll be attending the Advanced Echo Symposium , Echo Asia (AAE 2019), Imaging Australis 2019 May 24 – 26, at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, South Brisbane QLD with our partner Cardio-Jenic.  Please stop by our booth for a demonstration. We’ll be presenting cPac – our browser-based PAC solution along with cPac

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Apple Support

We are pleased to announce that cPac is now available on IOS and MAC OS. Supported versions are available on user log-in.

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An Expanded Use Case for MRI in Diagnosing Diseases

axisimagingnews.com/2018/10/expanded-use-case-mri-diagnosing-diseases/ Patients, especially those with an acute illness or injury, require accurate diagnoses by clinicians in order for them to quickly put together an effective care plan. Unfortunately, afflictions like heart disease often are discovered with little time to react, or after it’s too late. Below, Martijn Hartjes, head of global product marketing,

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SPECTRAL ENERGY IS REDEFINING CT IMAGING – Mary Beth Masset. Applied Radiology. July 2018

Computed tomography (CT) has undergone several transformations throughout its history of 40-plus years, from the introduction of the helical (spiral) CT to the development of the multi-detector row, to today’s emerging dual energy, or spectral, CT. While different manufacturers use different names—dual-energy, spectral CT and spectral imaging—and different underlying technologies,

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CELEBRATING SONOGRAPHY

To increase public awareness of medical ultrasound and to promote its value in healthcare, the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM), the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers (ARDMS), the American Society of Echocardiography (ASE), Cardiovascular Credentialing International (CCI), the Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (SDMS) and the Society

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