FDA Breast Density Notification Legislation Deadline Quickly Approaching
FDA Breast Density Notification Legislation Deadline Quickly Approaching

The new Food and Drug Administration (FDA) breast density notification legislation will become effective nationally starting September 10, 2024. In this federally mandated requirement patients who have a mammogram will be notified directly of their individual breast density in their lay-letter (a generalized report of the findings and assessment that…

Connie Jones, M.D.

Connie Jones, M.D.

The Painful Truth about Skin Tears in Mammography
The Painful Truth about Skin Tears in Mammography

In 2018, we published the blog “ Skin Tears in Mammography Happen…But Do They Have to?”. Almost six years after its publication, we are still receiving feedback and comments on it! Unfortunately, those comments do not have the most positive sentiments when it comes to the experiences that these patients have had when it comes to their mammograms and…

Megan Sargalski

Megan Sargalski

Marketing Communications Specialist

Donna's Story - From Persistent Abdominal Pain to Diagnosis
Donna's Story - From Persistent Abdominal Pain to Diagnosis

Donna’s medical journey began in 2000 with a gastric bypass, but in 2014 acute abdominal pain sent her back to the hospital. A CT of the abdomen revealed two small ulcers near the site of her gastric bypass and after a 9-hour surgery, Donna recovered and maintained her weight loss.

Jonathan McCullough

Jonathan McCullough

Product Manager

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FDA Breast Density Notification Legislation Deadline Quickly Approaching
The new Food and Drug Administration (FDA) breast density notification legislation will become effective nationally starting September 10, 2024. In this federally mandated requirement patients who...
The Painful Truth about Skin Tears in Mammography
In 2018, we published the blog “ Skin Tears in Mammography Happen…But Do They Have to?”. Almost six years after its publication, we are still receiving feedback and comments on it! Unfortunately,...
Donna's Story - From Persistent Abdominal Pain to Diagnosis
Donna’s medical journey began in 2000 with a gastric bypass, but in 2014 acute abdominal pain sent her back to the hospital. A CT of the abdomen revealed two small ulcers near the site of her gastric...
Minimizing Bleeding, Hematoma in the Breast Biopsy Patient
Mammographers often describe having a love/hate relationship with interventional procedures. From appreciating the change of pace from screening mammography, as well as the knowledge that they’re an...
Happy Customer Service Week!
Each year at the beginning of October, Customer Service week is celebrated internationally to showcase the importance of customer service and the people who serve and support customers on a daily...
Videos Explain Use of Mammography Skin Markers to Patients and Staff
When patients or new staff members inquire why mammography skin markers are used in your breast imaging center what do you tell them? You know the Beekley Skin Marking System® for Mammography...
Contrast Use for Acute Abdominal Pain in the ED Setting
There is new insight into the debate over the use of oral contrast in the ED setting when evaluating patients with acute abdominal pain (AAP). A 2023 study from the University of Michigan saw a 30%...
Meet Jessica Danik, Nurse Navigator, EMPOWER Award Recipient
Each year since 2017, Beekley Medical® has awarded one person the EMPOWER Award for Mammography. Over the years the recipients have included breast radiologists, lead mammographers, and most...
How Old is Too Old for Screening Mammography?
Mammographic screening in the general population has a proven record of decreasing death rates from breast cancer primarily by early detection, whether it's finding cancers smaller and sooner than...
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