CT-Scan
Using the right tool can impact the whole job.You don’t use a hammer where you need a saw. And you don’t use duct tape when you should be using a nail. Using the right tool ensures a job well done, whereas using the wrong tool could mean the start of...
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Anxiousness
Pregnant women face added fears and concerns regarding the delivery of their new baby amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. New OB-GYN Guidelines Adhering to the Labor and Delivery Guidance for COVID-19 published by the American Journal of Obstetrics &...
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Best Practices: Positioning
When a patient comes in for her exam, emotions may run high - whether it’s a first-time exam and fear of the unknown, a patient with a history of breast cancer, a patient who finds compression hard to tolerate, or maybe an elderly patient who has...
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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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Featured Content
On the surface, the role of the medical dosimetrist sounds a little intimidating, a Spock-like personality focused purely on numbers and science. After all - these are the people whose calculations ensure that your cancer gets radiated with the...
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CT of Abdomen/Pelvis
Hospitals and imaging centers are looking for ways to limit exposure and potential transmission of the coronavirus between their patients and medical staff. One way is to limit their interaction with one another. While hospitals work diligently...
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Best Practices: Imaging
Making sure a patient is comfortable both during and after a mammogram is of the utmost importance to Dr. Christina Jacobs, a board-certified radiologist with Advanced Radiology Services and Director of Breast Imaging at Bronson Health System in...
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Industry Trends
“Everything takes much longer, nothing is simple.” Words from Shalom Klnicki, chairman of the radiation oncology department at Montefiore Medical Center, who spoke in a webinar hosted by the Radiosurgery Society last week. COVID-19 has forced major...
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Featured Content
In these uncertain times of COVID-19, it has become necessary to come up with ways in which to cope with the abundance of changes happening to our daily lives. Those changes can often lead to feelings of stress and anxiety, something both cancer...
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