Interventional Radiology: Tiered Approach to Patient Procedures Can Minimize COVID-19 Risk

June 03, 2020

A five-tiered approach to cross-sectional interventional procedures can help radiologists determine which patients to treat first, minimizing likelihood of viral transmission.

Imaging COVID-19: Evaluating Available Options

June 03, 2020

Researchers from Mount Sinai examine and assess the imaging modalities used to evaluate patients positive for the virus.

Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound Can Pinpoint Lung Findings Unique to COVID-19

May 21, 2020

Research reveals lung findings not typically associated with viral pneumonia.

Philips Captures 510(k) Clearance to Apply Ultrasound Portfolio to COVID-19

May 13, 2020

Clearance allows for applications for lung and cardiac complications.

“Lung Ultrasound First” Policy Controls Provider COVID-19 Exposure

May 13, 2020

Adhering to a policy of using lung ultrasound as an initial scan reduced the use of other imaging options.

Caption Health Receives Expediated Clearance for AI-Guided Cardiac Ultrasound Tool

May 12, 2020

AI-guided imaging supports assessment of cardiac function and reduces personnel COVID-19 exposure.

Bowel Abnormalities Revealed with Abdominal Imaging in COVID-19 Patients

May 12, 2020

Affected patients were sicker and more likely to be admitted to the ICU.

New Ultrasound Solution Could Offer Gentler Pediatric Assessment

May 07, 2020

Philips releases new transducer with 30-percent greater penetration for more-detailed images.