How AIS Has Adapted During COVID-19
Associated Imaging Services
AIS Vice President of Sales and Marketing Grant Norris provides insight on how AIS has adapted during the COVID-19 crisis and detailed how the company has gone above and beyond to assist clients during these unprecedented times.
Focused Ultrasound Opening Brain to Previously Impossible Treatments
Richard J. Price, Ph.D., of the University of Virginia's School of Medicine and School of Engineering, is using focused soundwaves to overcome the natural 'blood-brain barrier,' which protects the brain from harmful pathogens.
Mammogram Screening and High Fiber Diet Help Combat Breast Cancer
By Angela Betsaida B. Laguipo, BSN - News-Medical.Net
The key to spotting breast cancer and reducing the risk of fatal disease is early detection and screening. Diagnosing the illness early on helps improve health outcomes. New research shows that participation in mammography screening substantially reduces the rate of advanced and fatal breast cancer.
Are Pregnant Women at Higher Risk from COVID-19?
By Dr. Liji Thomas, MD - News-Medical.Net
A new study published by the Public Health Agency of Sweden in its Brief Report shows that compared to non-pregnant women, pregnant and postpartum women with COVID-19 have a higher risk of requiring intensive care.
First-in-Human Trial of a Selectively-Pulsed Ablation Catheter for AFib
By Eric Raible - DocWire News
A new selectively-pulsed lattice-tipped ablation catheter was shown safe and effective for atrial fibrillation (AFib) ablation in a first-in-human study.
Exercise and Athletics in the COVID-19 Pandemic Era
American College of Cardiology
At long last, public health guidelines have begun releasing timelines for a graded reintroduction of both recreational and competitive athletics. However, questions remain for those individuals with prior COVID-19 exposure/infection regarding the safety of returning to exercise.
SNMMI the Latest Event to Turn Virtual
The Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging's 2020 annual meeting has been reimagined, and is now the SNMMI 2020 Annual Meeting — Virtual Edition.
New Technique Reveals Potentially Treatable Mutations in Subset of Prostate Cancer Patients
Prostate cancer patients who do not respond well to PSMA-targeted therapy often have potentially treatable mutations in their DNA damage-repair genes, according to research published in the May issue of The Journal of Nuclear Medicine.
COVID-19 Now Reaching Into Rural America
By Dennis Thompson - HealthDay Reporter
Until now, cities such as New York, Seattle, Los Angeles and New Orleans have been hot spots for COVID-19 outbreaks in the United States. But the coronavirus threat is growing in America's rural areas -- and in many ways, the risk there is even more dire than it has been in big cities, experts say.
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