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Image: Rip Gangahar alongside the Sonosite X-Porte ultrasound system (Photo courtesy of Fujifilm Sonosite).

Ultrasound System Developed for the Emergency Room

A new ultrasound system has been designed for emergency medicine settings and features an education and training module along with the ability the save images directly to an external flash drive.  More...
16 Sep 2014
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Ultrasound Technology Visualizes Entire Blood Flow During Valve Procedures

A new cardiovascular imaging system provides live, full-volume color Doppler ultrasound imaging of heart valve anatomy and blood flow using a new true volume, 3D transesophageal echo probe.   More...
07 Sep 2014
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Ultrasound Systems Designed to Be Cost-Effective, Productive, and Efficient

Two new ultrasound systems have been developed to address key segments of the imaging sector, from application-specific to fully shared services.  More...
03 Sep 2014
Image: UAMS researcher William Culp, MD, (right), and Doug Wilson of UALR (left) have developed a device to treat stroke (Photo courtesy of UAMS/UALR Office of Communications).

Clot-Buster Ultrasound Device May Become Best Treatment Option for Stroke Patients

A new device is being developed to treat stroke more effectively. The new technology fits on the head similar to a halo and delivers therapy to rapidly bust clots that cause stroke.  More...
01 Sep 2014
Image: Fig. 1a and Fig. 1b depict the guided signals in the intact and fractured long bones, respectively. These images shows an (a) intact and (b) 1-mm width 100% depth fracture (Photo courtesy of Science China Press).

Quantitative Ultrasound Shown to Optimize Assessment of Long Bone Fracture

Research has revealed that mode conversion of ultrasonic-guided waves can quantitatively indicate the fracture degree of long cortical bone, which may provide a new way of evaluating long bone fracture and monitor healing.    More...
27 Aug 2014
Image: Ultrasound image of the morphology of a chitosan nerve conduit in a rat model of sciatic nerve defects at three weeks after modeling (Photo courtesy of Neural Regeneration Research journal).

Evaluating Chitosan Nerve Conduits That Bridge Sciatic Nerve Defects Visualized Using Ultrasound Imaging

The first use of ultrasound has been used by Chinese researchers to noninvasively observe the changes in chitosan nerve conduits implanted in lab rats over time.   More...
27 Aug 2014
ge: Graphic of the way trans-Atlantic robot-assisted ultrasound is performed (Photo courtesy of Mount Sinai).

Telerobotic Approach Provides Virtual Ultrasound Evaluations for Physicians, Hospitals, and Communities

An American physician, while in Germany, used a computer to perform a robot-assisted transatlantic ultrasound exam on a person in Boston.  More...
26 Aug 2014


MedImaging channel of MedImaging offers comprehensive coverage of medical sonography in its Ultrasound channel dealing with diagnostic and obstetric sonography, palliative applications (MRgFUS), as well as reports on scanners and transducers.
 
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