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Skin marking in MRI has evolved over the years in an attempt to keep up with the technology it supports. With recent advancements in hardware and improved sensitivity of surface coils, imaging in a small field of view is producing images with exquisite...
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"Is everyone who works here left handed?"   Not quite, but we do have a fairly large percentage of "southpaws" here at Beekley. While lefties represent just about 12% of the global population, 19 of our Associates are left-handed - 20% of our entire company! With 2 out...
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Sleep is necessary to keep us alert, elevate our mood, steer off illness, improve our health, and of course… to make us look well rested and encourage “beauty”.  Just as we need water to survive, we need sleep to help us heal both emotionally and physically.  Many...
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A mammographer’s goal is to produce the best clinical images while providing the patient with a positive experience. The perfect image combines the science of imaging technology and the art of positioning.  Mammography is considered one of the most challenging...
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Every hospital has its own set of protocols to address the needs of their patient population. When it comes to diagnostic CT, drinking protocols for oral contrast can vary from facility to facility. While oral contrast plays a critical role in obtaining a diagnostically...
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Hospitals are looking for ways to reduce opioid use with their patients to decrease the risk of addiction.  Pain management clinics, pain conferences, and pain committees within the hospital are becoming more and more common to address this crisis. According to the...
Beekley International
Pictured Above: Uta Unger, Managing Director of Unger Medizintechinik GmBH & Co  Beekley Medical and Unger Medizintechnik GmBH & Co. have been working together for over a decade. Our Global Partner in Germany, Unger carries Beekley Medical's entire catalog, with a...
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  I found your site after acquiring a skin tear during my mammogram today. First, I want to say that I did not pull away! There was a lot of emphasis on that in my reading. I soon will be 60 and have had mammograms beginning in my early 20's. The masses were always...
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It is well established that the two biggest risk factors for breast cancer are gender (being female) and age (getting older). More than 75% of women diagnosed with breast cancer have no known family history or risk factors. These facts justify screening the...