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  • Pioneering the Smallest MRI for Babies

    At the Royal Hallamshire Hospital in Britain, doctors are using the world’s smallest MRI to help premature babies.  It’s one oftwo purpose-built neonatal MRI scanners in the world, and is proving to be better at showing the structures of the brain and abnormalities more clearly that ultrasound, which is normally used to scan the brains of newborns.

Atlantis Worldwide, LLC

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 week ago

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 weeks ago

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  • C-Arms & Vascular Health

    Over the past two decades, the field of vascular medicine has grown rapidly. Its reach extends well beyond the treatment of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD). Today cardiologists, cardiovascular specialists and surgeons are treating a diverse range of arterial and venous conditions and diseases.

  • The Acquisition of Toshiba Medical Systems by Canon

    At Atlantis Worldwide, we’re always paying attention to what’s going on in the medical imaging community.  Recent news of note includes the acquisition of Toshiba Medical Systems by Canon, after the deal received regulatory approvals in all of the countries in which both companies operate.  The company was acquired for $6 billion.

  • 2017: The Year of C-Arm Knowledge

    Was 2016 a good year for you? I guess it depends on what you compare it to. 

  • UltraSound on Your iPhone Approved

    Medical technology continues to be developed at rocket speed, as evidenced by new integration of mobile and medical devices.  Clarius Mobile Health’s C3 and L7 Wireless Ultrasound Scanners were recently approved by the FDA. The scanner connects to tablets and smartphones via a secure WiFi connection and then transfers the images to be viewed, manipulated or saved.  It’s ideal for rapid...

  • PET/CT vs. PET/MRI

    Since PET/MRIs have hit the scene, there’s been a lot of talk about how they will affect the use of PET/CTs, and whether or not the use of PET/MRIs will take off or not.  Let’s start with the basics about the newer PET/MRI. 

  • 12 Favorite Medical Imaging Articles from this Year!

    Sometimes it’s hard to keep up with all the new technology, issues and changes in medical imaging. At Atlantis Worldwide, we thought we’d make it a little easier for you. We gathered up our most interesting articles about medical imaging during the past year. They were shared on news and medical sites, on LinkedIn and even Facebook. We got lots of positive and interesting feedback and ...

  • Around 275 B.C. Medical Imaging Was Born…Really?

    We’ve come a long way, baby, especially when it comes to medical imaging.  But before we get to the latest and greatest in MRIs and CT Scans, let’s time travel, shall we?

  • The Future of Helium & MRIs

    It’s no secret that helium is essential to the process of MRI imaging.  Helium becomes a liquid at very low temperatures, and facilitates the superconductivity that MRI imaging depends upon.  In 2015, the amount of helium consumed from health care applications exceeded two billion cubic feet.  A new report from Technavio forecasts grow of helium health care consumption at a compound an...

  • Philips C-Arm Manufacturer Spotlight

    The second part of our C-Arm spotlight series focuses on Philips. Philips has always played the role of little brother to GE OEC C-Arms. Philips C-Arms are great but generally not regarded as highly as the OECs. Philips missed an opportunity to take control of the C-Arm market when OEC was shut down by the FDA. OEC was able to stay the market leader of C-Arms even after having the work...

  • Technology Changing the Radiology Workplace

    It’s should be obvious that advancements in technology have always had the ability to fundamentally change the world of healthcare, however there are some fields like radiology where technological improvements have changed the very nature of the profession.

Atlantis Worldwide, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 4 months ago

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  • The Future of Radiology and 3D Printing

    Once a niche hobby for tech savvy makers, 3D printing has become big business. Today, additive manufacturing, the technical term for 3D printing, is being used around the world in almost every sector of business. While its uses vary in size and scope, it seems as if almost anything can be created. Enterprising professionals from different fields are using 3D printers to create everythi...

Atlantis Worldwide, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

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  • From this day on…I take you Digital X-Ray

    Its a digital (detector) world! In a few years the word analog will be ancient history. We are beginning to see digital detectors on just about every imaging system from Mammography to C-Arms to X-Ray. But it is with X-Ray where the Federal Government is starting to make the strongest push for change. With the passing of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2016  the reimbursement ra...

Atlantis Worldwide, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

Atlantis Worldwide, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

Atlantis Worldwide, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

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