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Sponsored • Computed tomography and digital radiography

State-of-the-art CT and DR imaging for Gjilan

United Imaging announces that it has provided the Unicamed Hospital in Gjilan, Kosovo, with two state-of-the-art systems – the uCT 528 80-slice CT scanner and the uDR 266i digital radiography…

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Sponsored • Magnetic resonance imaging

Installation of advanced MRI scanner in Prizren

Through the joint efforts of United Imaging and NeuralMed, Prizren Regional Hospital has become the first facility in Kosovo to benefit from United Imaging's cutting-edge diagnostic technology.

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News • Enhancing collaboration

Nordic university hospitals team up

Five Nordic university hospitals have formed the Nordic University Hospital Alliance (NUHA). The goal is to strengthen relationships and to address healthcare challenges in the Nordic region.

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Sponsored • Magnetic resonance imaging

State-of-the-art MRI introduced in southern Italy

Medical imaging and radiotherapy equipment company United Imaging are delighted to extend a warm welcome to Cobellis Clinic, the latest treatment centre to join their global family of clients. With…

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Sponsored • Computed tomography

Advanced CT imaging for Lombardy hospital

A United Imaging Healthcare uCT 780 CT scanner has been installed at the Ospedale di Circolo e Fondazione Macchi di Varese in the small town of Varese in the far north-western province of Lombardy.

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Sponsored • Magnetic resonance imaging

High-speed AI enhanced MR imaging arrives at Klaipėda

In Lithuania, United Imaging Healthcare has installed its innovative uMR 670 MRI system at the Antėja Clinic in Klaipėda, a port city situated on the northern coast of the Baltic Sea.

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Article • Infection control

The strain typing technologies of tomorrow

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, a non-profit hospital and medical research institution in Los Angeles, is setting new standards for quality and innovation in patient care by successfully introducing typing of Candida auris species – a procedure that could prove crucial in protecting patients from infection outbreaks caused by these microbes in healthcare settings.

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Sponsored • Health & Care Expo

Taiwan goes “beyond healthcare”

Post-pandemic problems, ageing societies, the impact of climate change on human health: To find solutions for new and ongoing healthcare challenges, thinking outside the box is crucial. This year’s Medical Taiwan Health & Care Expo took this approach to heart: True to its motto “beyond healthcare”, the event showcased a wide range of innovative products, promising start-up presentations…

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Article • More quality time for patients

Transport robots help care staff

Surveys and studies regularly arrive at the same conclusion: care staff, particularly in hospitals, want more time to spend with the patients. Persistent staff shortages, however, continue to increase the staff’s workload and thus render this wish well-nigh impossible. But there might be help around the corner: the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA developed…

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Article • Emergency care crisis in the UK

Severe impact of ambulance handover delays

Rows of ambulances held in queues outside emergency departments waiting to admit patients to hospital is becoming an increasingly familiar scene in the UK. Senior figures across the health sector are becoming increasingly concerned at the levels of harm this bottleneck is causing patients. Patient care has hit a massive roadblock as delays in handovers between ambulances and emergency departments…

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Article • Beyond economics

Coming soon: Sustainability reporting for hospitals

A company’s impact on society, economy and the environment cannot be measured in financial terms alone – and hospitals are no exception. On the contrary: the idea of measuring the quality of healthcare only in economic terms has always been fraught with problems. Hospitals as organizations have always played an important social role, and their environmental impact is increasingly recognized.

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Sponsored • Covid-19 management

Rapid and robust PCR testing for infectious diseases at Innklinikum Altötting and Mühldorf

The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of the fast and accurate diagnosis of infectious diseases in clinical settings. Harald Maier discusses the implementation of rapid molecular diagnostics in the central clinical diagnostics laboratory at Innklinikum Altötting and Mühldorf, highlighting how the use of PCR testing has benefitted the hospital during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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