Stabilizing the Hard to Position Patient in Interventional Radiology
Stabilizing the Hard to Position Patient in Interventional Radiology

As the population’s BMI increases, imaging departments try to find different ways to image patients and provide the care they need. Eric, the supervisor of an interventional radiology (IR) department in Minneapolis told us how he had to change tactics as the patients in his community have become increasingly obese.

Jonathan McCullough

Jonathan McCullough

Product Manager

Clinical Aromatherapy as a Coping Strategy for Anxiousness
Clinical Aromatherapy as a Coping Strategy for Anxiousness

As we navigate through the journey of life, there are times (especially now) that can take a toll on our mental health. Whether it is experiencing a bad moment, loneliness, family dynamics, or feeling overwhelmed by current events. We all have times of feeling anxious or stressed.

Melissa Vibberts

Melissa Vibberts

Director of Brand Management

Why Marking Scars in Mammography Helps Image Interpretation
Why Marking Scars in Mammography Helps Image Interpretation

This past June, we introduced Dr. Joseph C. Benjamin, specialist in breast imaging and lead interpreting physician for mammography within the Mercy Health System in Ohio. In his paper, “Skin Marking in Digital Breast Tomosynthesis: Unique Markers Establish Consistency and Efficiency,” Dr. Benjamin writes about the clinical and operational benefits…

Megan Sargalski

Megan Sargalski

Marketing Communications Specialist

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Stabilizing the Hard to Position Patient in Interventional Radiology
As the population’s BMI increases, imaging departments try to find different ways to image patients and provide the care they need. Eric, the supervisor of an interventional radiology (IR)...
Clinical Aromatherapy as a Coping Strategy for Anxiousness
As we navigate through the journey of life, there are times (especially now) that can take a toll on our mental health. Whether it is experiencing a bad moment, loneliness, family dynamics, or...
Why Marking Scars in Mammography Helps Image Interpretation
This past June, we introduced Dr. Joseph C. Benjamin, specialist in breast imaging and lead interpreting physician for mammography within the Mercy Health System in Ohio. In his paper, “Skin...
Team Building as an Olympic Sport
Just like most things over the past year and a half, Beekley Corporation’s traditional mid-year luncheon had a new twist as we continue to use a hybrid work model due to the ongoing COVID-19...
Radiation Oncology Leaders Sound Alarm on New CMS Payment Model
When the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) began exploring the concept of an episode-based payment methodology for radiation oncology services in 2014, oncology providers immediately...
Patient Callbacks in MRI Due to Miscommunication Largely Preventable
Patient callbacks are sometimes unavoidable in MRI, but a majority of callbacks are preventable. Improving communication between clinicians and technologists could decrease patient callbacks for a...
Strategies for Reducing Patient Anxiousness in the Biopsy Suite
Rewinding back to the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, screening mammograms were delayed due to many breast centers temporarily closing their doors.
Why Mark Moles in Digital Breast Tomosynthesis? A Radiologist Perspective
Over the past few months, we have introduced Dr. Joseph C. Benjamin, specialist in breast imaging and lead interpreting physician for mammography within the Mercy Health system in Ohio.
Imaging Professionals Discuss Patient Stabilization, Motion Artifact, and Infection Control in CT and MRI
The goal for every imaging department is to obtain an optimal patient image for accurate diagnosis. Involuntary patient motion becomes the department’s enemy as the slightest wiggle causes...
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