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 - Radiation

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Use of a pelvic lead shield draped on a patient and a nonlead cap worn by an operator during coronary angiography reduced physician radiation exposure by more than 75 percent in a study presented Sept. 14 at the Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics scientific session.

 - blueprint

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Administrators should not lose control of a radiology facility design project by delegating it to others who either don’t have the expertise or don’t have the provider’s interest in mind, according to a presentation at the annual meeting of AHRA.

 - Doctor & Patient

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Providers shouldn’t simply want satisfied patients, they should strive to create patient advocates, according to a keynote presentation at the AHRA annual meeting.

 - radiation dose, CT

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Radiation dose safety presents an outstanding opportunity for radiologists to add value and assert their role in the care continuum, according to a pair of presentations at the annual meeting of AHRA.

 - Senior woman

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Breast cancer screening presents a legal minefield for providers, and breast density notification laws are set to add another wrinkle to the already complex situation, according to a presentation at the annual meeting of AHRA.