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Article • Implementing the electronic patient record in the hospital

EPR: Step by step into the digital future

In Europe, Germany has been bringing up the rear in implementing the electronic patient record (EPR) for years. While the EMRAM score of German hospitals continues to be negligible – on the international as well as on the European level – there are signs of progress that give reason for hope.

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Testing Devices

Radcal – Touch Systems for X-Ray QA

Highlights Touch Stand-alone SystemsStand-alone diagnostic test meterSupports all x-ray modalitiesReliably captures Dose, Dose Rate, kV, HVL, Filtration, mA and moreRechargeable BatteryStores all measurement dataHighlights Touch Preofessional SystemsStand-alone diagnostic test meterComputer connectivity – WiFi and USBSupports all x-ray modalitiesReliably captures Dose, Dose Rate, kV, HVL,…

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DR Detectors

Stephanix - New WiFi Dynamic FPD

Size: 17x17"Detector type: Fixed or wirelessPixel size: 160umHighlights 20 years ago, Stephanix was a “digital” pioneer by installing a Flat Panel Detector in a remote-controlled table. Stephanix remains a leader in its category by integrating WiFi portable dynamic FPD in its remote systems. Wired and wireless, true dynamic and static imaging inside the…

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News • Video control and streaming from anywhere in the OR

Wireless medical tablet recorder system launched

Medical imaging systems company MediCapture announced that it is launching the TRS Pro, a new and convenient approach to how surgeries are recorded and managed. The first of its kind, TRS Pro comes with MediCapture’s advanced MVR medical video recorder and a wireless tablet that can be connected to the recorder or used wirelessly throughout the operating room as a remote control or to stream…

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Sponsored • Smarter surer cleanliness

Electronic monitoring of hand hygiene

‘Electronic monitoring systems are proven to assist healthcare institutions to make sustained improvements in hand hygiene compliance.’ [Scheithauer S, et al. Do WiFi-based hand hygiene dispenser systems increase hand hygiene Compliance? American Journal of Infection Control (2018)]. ‘Using these systems,’ adds the manufacturer Ophardt Hygiene, ‘a continuous stream of objective data is…

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Sponsored • Product of the Month

Make Your Application Digital – with the EP50 Stand-alone Network Camera

Bring your application into the digital world and combine the new Olympus EP50 camera with our wide range of microscopes. Add the accesoires you need and choose the kit that fits your requirements. The Olympus EP50 camera makes digital imaging of microscopy samples a fast and engaging experience and is ready to use in seconds. The EP50 camera adds sophisticated digital features to any microscope…

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Sponsored • Competition

Olympus Image of the Year – Celebrating art in science

Olympus’ Image of the Year Award for light microscopy in Europe recognizes the very best in life science imaging. Inspired by the beauty and breadth of images submitted for Image of the Year 2017, Olympus is now continuing its quest for the best light microscopy art in 2018. For the chance to win one of three prizes, applicants can submit life science light microscopy images to…

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Article • Automation, AI and more

Abundant ultrasound tech potential

Automation continues to conquer healthcare, including diagnostic imaging. Christian Kollmann, Assistant Professor at the Centre for Medical Physics and Biomedical Technology, Medical University Vienna, Austria, highlights innovative software, fast hardware and artificial intelligence in ultrasound – today and in the future. Automated analyses are already supporting the diagnostic work-up. In…

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Sponsored • Ultrasound

Taking a look over your shoulder

As a former top-flight athlete with the French national gymnastics team, physiotherapist Luc D'Asnières de Veigy appreciates the value of rapid diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation following an injury. A specialist in the treatment of shoulder disorders, he explains how using point-of-care ultrasound systems helps in his day-to-day practice at Monte Carlo Joint Repair.

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Article • Mobile

MRI goes wireless

The current setup for MRI-guided interventions is challenging. With a physician positioned in the MRI room and an MRI operator in an adjacent room, setting scanning parameters requires communication by hand signals or via a headset that comes with inconvenient cabling.

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2-D building navigation

People are confronted daily with finding their way in new buildings and building complexes. Generally these are intricate, have numerous sections distributed among different houses and/or floors. Whether in hospitals, rehabilitation clinics, airports, or other large building complexes, finding the way to a particular destination can be an extremely difficult or even an impossible undertaking.

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