Latest Conference Articles

Creating Quality Improvement in Emergency Radiology

Creating Quality Improvement in Emergency Radiology

October 10th 2020

ASER

Dr. Summer Kaplan discusses strategies to design quality improvements projects in emergency radiology and the challenges that exist to proper implementation. She shared her insights during the American Society of Emergency Radiology 2020 annual meeting.

Controlling Dose in the Emergency Department

Controlling Dose in the Emergency Department

October 7th 2020

ASER

Three tips to help you limit dose exposure and optimize imaging protocols.

Mass Casualty Planning: Lessons Learned from Emergency Radiology

Mass Casualty Planning: Lessons Learned from Emergency Radiology

October 6th 2020

ASER

Dr. Susan Cross from Barts Health NHS Trust discusses the experiences of her institution with multiple mass casualty events during the American Society of Emergency Radiology 2020 annual meeting.

5 Pearls to Not Miss a Beat with Congenital Heart Disease Diagnosis

5 Pearls to Not Miss a Beat with Congenital Heart Disease Diagnosis

October 2nd 2020

ASER

Emergency radiologists must be familiar with how this condition presents on CT scans.

Dose Misconceptions Could Lead to Missed Findings in Emergency Department

Dose Misconceptions Could Lead to Missed Findings in Emergency Department

October 1st 2020

ASER

Concerns about CT dose levels could lead providers to overlook findings, especially in pregnant patients.

3 Tips to Improve MR Safety with Implants and Devices

3 Tips to Improve MR Safety with Implants and Devices

August 13th 2020

AHRA

Knowing what causes screening delays and how to safely assess risks can streamline your MR imaging.

Faster, Cheaper Breast MRI Performs As Well As Full-Protocol Scans

Faster, Cheaper Breast MRI Performs As Well As Full-Protocol Scans

August 12th 2020

ISMRM

Abbreviated MRI protocols can detect and diagnose breast cancer as well as full-protocol MRI.

High-Performance, Low-Field MRI Provides Diagnostic Quality in Heart Attack Patients

High-Performance, Low-Field MRI Provides Diagnostic Quality in Heart Attack Patients

August 12th 2020

ISMRM

Performance of 0.55T MRI is comparable to 1.5T MRI in acquiring and interpreting late gadolinium enhancement in patients suspected of myocardial infarction, research shows.

GE Unveils Three New MRI Technologies at ISMRM

GE Unveils Three New MRI Technologies at ISMRM

August 11th 2020

ISMRM

Products focus on Alzheimer’s disease, traumatic brain injury, and accelerating clinical translation.

RBMA: 7 Leadership Tips to Improve Your Practice

RBMA: 7 Leadership Tips to Improve Your Practice

August 6th 2020

RBMA

From fashioning a vision to creating a cohesive team to fixing problems, these leadership strategies can strengthen your practice and improve productivity.