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X-rays

This page shows the latest X-rays news and features for those working in and with pharma, biotech and healthcare.

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Individuals can also store images of scans and x-rays as well as insurance and other documentation.

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  • This month in 1895: The discovery of X-Rays This month in 1895: The discovery of X-Rays

    The lack of awareness of the danger of X-rays continued through the 20th century as shoe stores used devices to let customers see bones in their feet to understand the ... Eventually, safety caught up with the science, and X-rays became standard

  • UK cancer strategy launched

    This will allow GPs increased access to primary diagnostic tests, as well as increased testing in secondary care, such as chest x-rays and MRI brain scans.

  • FDA approves extended use of Actemra

    The outcome was determined by X-rays which measured the progression of bone erosions and narrowing of joint spaces over time.

  • Data supports Actemra's effectiveness

    Included in the data, x-rays of bone erosions and a narrowing of joint spaces showed that more patients treated with Actemra in combination with the current therapy, methotrexate, saw a

  • NHS news in brief

    The Department of Health (DoH) says five private healthcare providers have been named as the preferred bidders for contracts worth £1bn over five years to supply diagnostic procedures, such as ... rays and ultra-sound scans, to the NHS.

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  • AI UK – one year on AI UK – one year on

    2. This study focused on the use of chest x-rays to diagnose pneumonia and compared three different approaches: using individual physicians alone; using an algorithm previously proven to have outperformed

  • Harnessing complexity Harnessing complexity

    This starts with the clinical observation of (often visual) symptoms, moves on to more advanced visualisation techniques involving x-rays and other imaging machinery, pulls in pathologists and their microscopes to

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  • Life at the end of the Brexit tunnel

    As an example of this, Sir John Bell suggested that Artificial Intelligence could be combined with human brains to speed diagnosis of X rays. ... AI would sweat the small stuff (identifying routine X rays) while radiologists would focus on more complex

  • What impact do GPs think the new NHS cancer guide will have?

    GPs can already request X-rays, blood tests and some scans, but under the new guidelines will be able to get fast-tracked endoscopy investigations and MRI or CT brain scan

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