Organ-effective modulation (OEM) can reduce radiation exposure to the breast by more than 12% without affecting image quality, according to new findings published in the European Journal of Radiology. The study specifically focused on how OEM can impact care for Asian patients.
Contrary to a recent FDA advisory that acknowledged a late mortality signal with paclitaxel-coated and -eluting devices, a study published in the Journal of Endovascular Therapy found such stents safe in the long-term for treating femoropopliteal lesions in people with peripheral artery disease.
Geisinger has tapped IBM’s AI expertise and come up with a way to predict hospital patients’ risk of sepsis. In the process, the method can increase chances of survival in those who have the tricky and potentially life-threatening condition.
Men who struggle with erectile dysfunction—especially more severe cases—are at an increased risk of CHD, total heart disease, stroke and all-cause mortality, according to research published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
Medical student applications for radiology residency programs has remained stable, but authors of a new editorial published in Academic Radiology believe the specialty will face upcoming challenges that warrant improved recruitment strategies.