Winthrop University Hospital’s NYCyberKnife Center in Manhattan has installed Accuray Inc’s latest generation CyberKnife M6™ System—a dedicated radiosurgery device that delivers precise full-body treatments while maximizing patients’ quality of life during and after treatment.
In this, part one of a two-part series in “Networking,” columnist Jeff Kabachinski explores flash memory and the structure of solid state drives. Next month, part two will focus on key differences between SSD and HDD technologies.
In this installment of Service Solutions, engineering technical support specialist Phil Bogolub of Dunlee explains how x-ray tubes work and how to maintain them.
In June 2014, the American Association for Medical Instrumentation launched AAMI University. To date, some 2,100 members have already created profiles on the site.
In response to recent concerns about the spread of Ebola, the ECRI Institute has established an online Ebola resource center as a free public service.
Iatric Systems Inc, a healthcare IT integration company, has announced that it will make use of the Apple Health iPhone app to help hospitals drive patient engagement.
With the introduction of its Dose Tracking System (DTS), Toshiba America Medical Systems says, measuring peak radiation skin dose during interventional procedures is achievable.
Enhancements to Carestream’s digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) module include a slabbing tool, improved workflow capabilities, and the display of DICOM-compliant 2D synthetic views.
A team of university and industry researchers has found that a new handheld ultrasound probe provides inexpensive, real-time dual-modality ultrasound/photoacoustic imaging.
A new ultrasound system from Edan Medical, the Acclarix LX8, made its debut in November at the MEDICA 2014 World Forum for Medicine in Dusseldorf, Germany.