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Best Practices: Imaging
Breast centers across the country have instituted additional safety measures in order to make it as safe as possible for both patients and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.  This is inclusive of wearing PPE (personal protective equipment),...
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Corporate News
National Radiologic Technology Week®, is celebrated the week of November 8 each year in commemoration of the discovery of the x-ray by Wilhelm Roentgen in 1895.  It's a week for us to recognize not only the advances in imaging technology over...
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CT-Scan
Enterography studies (in MRI and CT) are a specialized tool for a specific patient population. While it can be used to diagnose problems such as bleeding, inflammation, and obstructions, it is predominantly used to diagnose small bowel diseases....
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Anxiousness
When approached by four nursing students asking for permission to use Elequil aromatabs® for their capstone project to fulfill their Bachelor of Science Nursing degree (BSN) at The College St. Elizabeth in Morristown, New Jersey, I absolutely agreed...
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Best Practices: Imaging
With October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we thought we would shed some light on mammograms and how vital they can be in detecting cancers, as well as what to expect when you schedule your first mammogram.  Mammograms save lives  “Mammography...
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Corporate News
With the global pandemic, there has been an increased demand for products to help protect against the spread of COVID-19. The most common being PPE, hand sanitizers, and disinfectants.  Protocols have changed within healthcare facilities with...
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Featured Content
Drive down any street in America and you are bound to find a house or business honoring healthcare workers by displaying hearts in their windows or yards. These hearts have been there for months, showing solidarity during a time when we need it most....
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Communicating Areas of Concern
MRI scans can be used to examine almost any part of the body including bones and joints, the heart and blood vessels, and internal organs like the liver.  The results of the scans can be used to help diagnose conditions, plan treatments, and...
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Anxiousness
I recently had my screening mammogram after delaying it a few extra months during the COVID-19 pandemic. I must admit I was a bit anxious despite all the new precautions being taken to keep patients and staff safe.  Driving through the hospital...
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Corporate News
National Radiologic Technology Week®, is celebrated the week of November 8 each year in commemoration of the discovery of the x-ray by Wilhelm Roentgen in 1895.  It's a week for us to recognize not only the advances in imaging technology over...
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Corporate News
With the global pandemic, there has been an increased demand for products to help protect against the spread of COVID-19. The most common being PPE, hand sanitizers, and disinfectants.  Protocols have changed within healthcare facilities with...
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Corporate News
The problem with pandemics is that other diseases don't take a back seat to it or go away.  Sadly this fact is coming to light as the medical community estimates that anywhere from one-third to one-half of the 87,000 excess deaths in the U.S. seen in...
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Corporate News
Once a year Beekley Medical recognizes one of our top performing business partners with the "Global Partner of the Year Award." Past award winners demonstrate a commitment to better serving their customers’ needs for efficacy, accuracy, and patient...
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Beekley Culture
Starting a new job can be nerve wracking. Learning your role, getting to know your coworkers, and assimilating to your company’s culture takes time. According to Hays, an expert recruiting company, ”Adjustments in your new role and everything that...
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Corporate News
As states begin to open back up and restrictions on "non-essential" medical procedures ease up, many imaging departments are pondering how best to adapt to the new normal in terms of staff scheduling, waiting rooms, patient handling, imaging volume,...
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Beekley Culture
To say we’re living in interesting times right now is an understatement at best.Grocery shelves are empty, stocks are falling, businesses deemed to be unessential are told to close. Cities, states, and even whole countries are under quarantine. We’re...
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Corporate News
There’s a lot of work and preparation when it comes to bringing a new product to market…even if the product comes to you ready-made. In fact, it might even require even more work and preparation. Beekley Medical has always worked with inventors to...
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Corporate News
People ask me all the time, “do you miss teaching?”  There are many ways I could answer this question. I could give an emphatic “NO.” I could say, “I missed teaching when it was actually ‘teaching’.”  Or, I could say that I AM still teaching,...
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