New book documents the rise in pandemic diseases and wonders whats next

first_imgA NEW BOOK offers a glimpse into the simple ways in which globalisation has helped epidemics to become pandemics.‘Spillover: Animal Infections and the Next Human Pandemic’ documenting a process called ‘spillover’ – the way in which diseases that originate in wild animals pass to humans.The author, David Quammen, has travelled around the world to learn more about diseases such as AIDS and the Ebola virus in his attempts to determine what the next big pandemic might be.In an interview about the findings in the book, Quammen believes that the perfect breeding grounds for pandemics remains the developing countries within the tropics.He gives four reasons for this:1) Being tropical, those countries in many cases contain forest ecosystems that are rich in animal species, rich also in viruses and other pathogens. 3) The population densities of humans in those countries are high – many people squashed closely together in villages and cities – which helps diseases spread once a spillover has occurred. 4) Basic health care and emergency medical facilities are underfunded and marginal, which increases the difficulty of stopping an epidemic once it begins.Responding to why media reports don’t often report linkages between pandemics and their animal sources, Quammen believes that people continue to ‘think of human medical concerns and ecological considerations separately’.Medical reporters don’t know much about chimpanzees or bats in the wild. But the reality is that human health, the disruption of wild ecosystems, the infection status of bats and rodents and monkeys, and the ecology and evolution of viruses are all inextricably connected.This is despite the fact that 60 per cent of infectious diseases in humans are zoonotic (diseases transmitted between, or shared by, animals and humans).(W. W. Norton & Company/YouTube)To read an edited extract from the book, please click here.To view an infographic which details the effects of some pandemics from times past, please click here.Read: WHO’s response to swine flu pandemic was ‘flawed’ >center_img 2) Those ecosystems are being disrupted by timber cutting, mining activities, and the harvest of bushmeat, all of which tend to bring people into contact with wild animals and the viruses they carry.last_img read more

Garda whistleblower will speak to PAC todaybut you wont be able to

first_imgA GARDA WHISTLEBLOWER will give evidence on alleged malpractice in the penalty points system in private to TDs on the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) today. The PAC took the decision on Tuesday to push ahead with hearing from serving garda sergeant Maurice McCabe despite an investigation being launched into the controversy by the Garda Ombudsman.The hearing will take place at 2pm and, despite it being held in private, McCabe will be restricted in what he can say and will not be allowed to name names.Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan had last week raised the prospect of potential legal action over the appearance of the garda but yesterday confirmed that he would not be taking any legal proceedings.The Government says that the PAC has been asked to pass any relevant documentation they have on to the Ombudsman for their investigation with committee chairman John McGuinness saying that the Ombudsman’s investigation into wrongful penalty points cancellations is outside the remit of the PAC.Another former garda who also raised questions about poential abuse within the penalty points system will not be speaking before the PAC. Claims of impropriety have been regularly dismissed by senior gardaí including Garda Commissioner Callinan himself.Read: Shatter slams ‘disturbing’ PAC comments, asks Ombudsman to probe penalty points issue >Read: ‘The facts as I know them’: 11 things we learned from Martin Callinan’s evidence to the PAC >last_img read more

VIDEO Alex White on how austerity affects him and whether Joan Burton

first_imgSource: Video and editing: Michelle Hennessy/TheJournal.ieLABOUR LEADERSHIP CONTENDER Alex White has admitted that it bothers him that he is well paid while making decisions which impact on those reliant on public services.However in a wide-ranging interview with, the junior health minister has said that Labour has made the decisions it has in government “in order to ensure that we didn’t have to do worse things”.“I believe that the extent of cuts in public services would have been much more severe if we weren’t in government,” White said.During the course of the interview at our offices in Dublin yesterday afternoon, White spoke on several issues and answered a number of readers’ questions including one on cannabis legalisation.He insisted it is possible that the Budget does not have to impose any more austerity on people and accepted criticism that Labour is only now starting to listen to its voters in the wake of its election performance last month.He dealt with rival Joan Burton’s refusal to commit to including him in Cabinet if she is elected leader and also rejected claims that Labour “broke all our promises” pointing out that the party only got 19 per cent of the vote at the last election.Watch the above video for much more with White answering several of your questions, including: 1. Ignoring the electorate: 2. A question from Grace Costigan who asked:“Which three policies are the Labour Party most committed to having made into legislation?” 4. The impact of austerity: Questions from several readers who asked: “How has austerity affected you?”5. Pulling out of government: 6. And finally…Minister: I keep an eye on cannabis legalisation in other countries (And yes, I’ve tried it) Alex White: Right now, a reasonable person could conclude that Kenny sacked Callinanlast_img read more

Alcoolisme  le baclofène soumis à un essai clinique

first_imgAlcoolisme : le baclofène soumis à un essai cliniqueLe médicament baclofène sera soumis à un essai clinique en France pour tester son efficacité dans le traitement de l’alcoolisme. L’opération qui débutera en septembre 2011 devrait aboutir aux premiers résultats pour 2013. Le baclofène est-il véritablement efficace dans la lutte contre l’alcoolisme ? Pour répondre à cette question, un essai clinique débutera d’ici septembre prochain. L’opération dirigée par Philippe Jaury, médecin libéral et professeur de médecine générale à Paris-Descartes, est un Programme hospitalier de recherche clinique (PHRC) financée par des fonds publics.À lire aussiMucoviscidose : espérance de vie, symptômes, traitement, de quoi s’agit-t-il ?Le principe de l’expérimentation est le suivant : des participants volontaires recevront aléatoirement soit la molécule, soit un placebo (produit sans principe actif). L’étude sera conduite en ambulatoire auprès de 300 patients répartis sur huit centres en France. “Le critère de jugement ne sera pas obligatoirement l’abstinence” précise Philippe Jaury à l’AFP. Il ajoute : “Il y a aussi la consommation dite normale selon les normes de l’OMS”.Une efficacité déjà prouvée ?Le médicament, initialement désigné comme relaxant musculaire a connu depuis 2008 un véritable succès dans le traitement de la dépendance à l’alcool. La nouvelle tendance thérapeutique pratiquée hors AMM (autorisation de mise sur le marché) est intimement liée à la sortie du livre “Le dernier verre” écrit par le cardiologue Olivier Ameisen. Dans son récit, le docteur raconte comment 
le baclofène, pris à de très fortes doses, a remédié à ses problèmes d’alcoolisme. Les résultats de l’essai clinique, attendus pour 2013 devraient trancher sur la véracité ou non des propos de l’auteur. “Notre hypothèse est que le placebo marche à 20% et que le baclofène marche entre 40 et 50%” a déclaré Philippe Jaury.Le 29 juillet 2011 à 09:03 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Reserve Your Spot at an AllInclusive Space Hotel—for 95M

first_imgLet us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. #OrionSpan #LuxuryHotelInSpace#FridayFeeling Sure, really good optics.Dear rich people, how about cleaning up the environment instead of blowing huge wads of fuck you money on vanity stuff. #NukesInSpace— Astorix (@Astorix23) April 6, 2018Orion Span did not immediately respond to Geek’s request for comment.“Like any thriving community, we designed Aurora Station to grow and respond to market needs,” Bunger wrote on the company blog. “When we reach capacity, we simply launch another of the same space station and attach it on Aurora’s radial hub.“As Aurora Station continues to grow with market demand, we will also sell space condos—your own capacity aboard Aurora Station and future space stations to visit, sublease, or one day life in as you wish.”The station will host up to six people at a time—one or more of whom may be professional astronauts from global agencies. Guests are invited to grow food in space, participate in research, or simply sit back, relax, and “enjoy views that will blow your mind.” NASA Says 2 Asteroids Will Safely Fly By Earth This WeekendHubble Captures Saturn’s ‘Phonograph Record’ Ring System Stay on targetcenter_img Why cruise the Mediterranean when you can sail through the cosmos?Orion Span is taking reservations for a 12-day stay in its new out-of-this-world accommodation.The California-based aerospace company unveiled orbital community Aurora Station—expected to launch in late 2021 “as the world’s first luxury space hotel.”By early 2022, the service platform will host tourists, astronauts, space research, and manufacturing in low Earth orbit (LEO).So, you’ve got four years to scrounge up $9.5 million—”far below what others have paid to go to space,” according to the company website. (It’ll cost you an $80,000 deposit (per person) just to join the waitlist.)“Orion Span will carry on the phenomenal pioneering done by the ISS into the realm of permanent commercially viable orbital communities,” CEO Frank Bunger said, praising the “remarkable fear of human engineering” that is the International Space Station.Once at capacity, the company will simply launch another space station (via Orion Span)“It is the eighth wonder of the world. It hosts hundreds of scientific investigations per year from dozens of nations,” he wrote in a blog post. “It continues to give rise to new discoveries and even entire new areas of science like human space studies—critical for us to deeply understand as we extend human civilization beyond our birthplace.”Bunger’s overflowing enthusiasm hasn’t translated into marketability—yet.While cosmic entrepreneurs Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos regularly make headlines, small-business Orion Span has flown under the radar. (A difficult task for someone building a giant space station.)With little information available online (the company promised to release additional technical details “incrementally”), some folks remain unsure whether this is a late April Fool’s prank, or simply a hoax. @WordsmithFL @DJSnM @NASASpaceflight @ChrisG_NSF Almost zero information provided in the website. Scam or serious? #orionspan #spacehotel— Thomas McConnon (@mcconnot2) April 6, 2018Others offered suggestions of better ways for well-heeled travelers to spend their money.last_img read more

House Narrowly Passes Capital Budget

first_imgHowever, he can veto certain items from the capital budget. The budget passed by the House restores money for university scholarships, rural energy assistance and the state’s medical school program. It also funds highway, airport and other construction projects that triggers nearly $1 billion in federal matching dollars. The Senate was still scheduled to vote on a separate budget bill that restores some of Dunleavy’s $444 million vetoes and the size of the Permanent Fund Dividend. With 32 yeas, 6 nays the Capital Budget passed  two days before the July 31 deadline. The House also passed to reverse the sweep, 31 yeas, 7 nays. The reverse sweep is an item Governor Mike Dunleavy can not undo in a veto. The ‘reverse sweep’ would restore several dozen funds shifted to a state savings account per the Alaska Constitution. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Third times the charm for the Alaska House of Representatives after they narrowly passed SB 2002 on Monday afternoon passing the Capital Budget on their final attempt.last_img read more

VW may extend dieselscrapping incentives to all of Germany

first_img VW’s I.D. Buzz concept creates smiles for miles In October, Volkswagen announced a scheme where drivers of older, dirty diesels could receive incentives for trading up to newer, cleaner VW vehicles, but some of the incentives were limited in scope. That may soon change, though.Volkswagen is considering expanding certain diesel trade-in incentives to the entirety of Germany, Reuters reports, citing confirmation from a spokesperson. It was first reported by Germany’s Bild newspaper. A board committee is currently investigating this idea and should have a decision in place as early as next week. Here’s how the system currently exists. Owners across Germany can receive an environment incentive of between 1,500 and 8,000 euros (about $1,700 and $9,200), depending on vehicle size, for trading in their Euro 1- to Euro 4-spec diesels. Germans across the country would get the full incentive only if they purchased a new VW diesel, but citizens in the 14 most heavily polluted German cities can get the incentive no matter what powertrain they choose.There’s also a partial incentive if a diesel owner buys a lightly used car instead of a new one, but that incentive is not limited to any specific location, nor are there constraints on powertrain choices. An additional exchange premium boosts the trade-in value of a Euro 4 or Euro 5 diesel, as well, but this one is also limited to those in the 14 sootiest cities.Volkswagen instituted this scheme in part to help stave off the idea of diesel bans, which many polluted cities have floated in an effort to retain control of air quality. By moving to newer diesels outfitted with the latest software and hardware emissions controls, VW hopes it can continue selling diesels, which are still popular in Europe, as it slowly moves toward electrification. 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value More From Roadshow 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better 0 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous 46 Photos Share your voice Volkswagen Diesel Cars Post a comment Tagslast_img read more

Tribes Herring Committee drafts proposals to protect subsistence

first_imgHerring caught during the 2014 Sitka Sound sac roe fishery. A recent study suggests that managers should take a longer view when managing fisheries like this one. (KCAW photo/Rachel Waldholz)The Sitka Tribe of Alaska wants to see more protection for subsistence harvesters when herring season begins next month. The Tribe’s Herring Committee is recommending a pair of proposals to reserve more areas for subsistence and to cut the commercial harvest by half.Listen nowJust a few weeks from now Sitka Sound will flood with commercial seiners and subsistence users all in search of one small fish– herring.Commercial seiners harvest herring whole and strip the valuable sac roe from the females. At the same time, subsistence users submerge hemlock branches in the water, which become coated with eggs as the fish spawn.But Sitka Tribe of Alaska’s Director of Resource Protection Jeff Feldpausch said success rates for subsistence users are down. “We’re seeing a change in the herring– how they spawn, where they spawn– and it’s making it much more difficult for subsistence harvesters to meet the ANS, or the amount necessary for subsistence,” Feldpausch said.Feldpausch was speaking at the Tribe’s most recent Herring Committee meeting. He said subsistence needs have only been met half the time in recent years, with 2016 considered one of the poorest subsistence harvests in memory.From what he’s heard, Feldpausch said it wasn’t always this hard to fill your freezer.“Back in the eighties, or earlier in the fishery, there wasn’t really an issue getting your eggs,” Feldpausch explained.  “As this biomass as grown you would think it would be even easier, but it’s becoming more and more difficult.”The biomass, or how much herring are in the water, has fluctuated a lot since the 1980s. Estimates from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game show spawning biomass ranging between 18,000 tons and 103,000 tons in the last couple of decades.Fish and Game forecasts a total biomass of 73,000 tons for 2017.But tribal citizen Tom Gamble said Fish and Game’s forecast model is outdated, that they’re just guessing.“The 2017 biomass that has been forecast has no scientific proof,” Gamble said.Gamble told members of the Herring Committee he’s worried that if the spawn biomass is overestimated, subsistence users will lose out.But Eric Coonradt is confident in the forecast model. He’s Fish and Game’s area management biologist for Sitka.“There are going to be skeptics out there, but the data is solid. The methods are solid,” Coonradt assured.The fishery is managed based on a detailed model that accounts for the distribution, size, and age of the herring — and on the success of the annual spawn.Calculations on the size of the 2017 biomass began last year. Daily aerial surveys get the length of the spawn and dive surveys get the depth of the spawn.“And we have a total area of spawn,” Coonradt explained. “From that, we can calculate how many females would have been able to lay those eggs and you double that to account for males.”But subsistence users don’t find this data reassuring when they’re pulling up empty hemlock branches.So, the Tribe’s Herring Committee is drafting two proposals to the Board of Fish. The first would close off certain areas to commercial fishing, including Katlian Bay, Aleutkina Bay, and Nakwasina Sound.Jeff Feldpausch said the Board accepted a similar proposal in the past.“In 2012 the Board of Fish did grant us a commercial closure zone, or the subsistence zone as we call it,” Feldpausch explained. “We got about half of what we asked for. This is basically going in and asking for the whole thing we asked for originally.”The second proposal asks the Board of Fish to reduce the guideline harvest level– or how much commercial seiners are allowed to catch– to 10 percent of the total spawning biomass, compared to the typical 20 percent.The Tribe’s Herring Committee plans to review these draft proposals at its next meeting March 6.last_img read more

Assembly passed historic bills says Speaker

Amaravati: Assembly Speaker T Sitaram expressed satisfaction over the House passing several crucial bills to benefit the poor and downtrodden during the budget session. He maintained that during his stint as public representative, MLA, minister or even in the opposition in the past for a long time, he never saw such historic bills getting passing in the House after a thorough debate. Also Read – Three of a family commits suicide at Amalapuram in East Godavari Advertise With Us In an interview to The Hans India on completion of budget session of Assembly, on Tuesday, he said though it was first time for him as a Speaker, he conducted the session effectively. He further added that in future, the Assembly will be conducted in a more refined manner. “This is the only session in the recent past which has extensive discussion. All the financial bills were discussed upon at length and there was no guillotine of billsin . Even Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy asked to conduct sufficient discussion on all the demands,” he said. Also Read – Saaho movie tickets pricey in Nellore Advertise With Us Reacting on the developments in the House with respect to the opposition TDP, he said, “I don’t have any personal rivalry with Leader of the Opposition N Chandrababu Naidu. But, we have to maintain decency, decorum and conventions of the House and everyone must follow them in Assembly. There are several procedures for demanding the government on public interested issues. If the opposition did not get convinced with the answer given by the government, then it must come in another format. I always suggested them to come in alternative formats to question the government or to get more clarity on the issues. But, they were not allowing the business in the House. That was not good.” He said that he would never undermine the opposition role in the House, because of that reason only he had given more time to the TDP leaders. read more

Study Puts Puerto Rico Death Toll From Hurricane Maria Near 5000

first_img Share A tree toppled by Hurricane Maria rests over damaged graves in the Villa Palmeras cemetery in San Juan, Puerto Rico, in December 2017.Perhaps 5,000 people died in Puerto Rico in 2017 for reasons related to September’s Hurricane Maria, according to a study that dismisses the official death toll of 64 as “a substantial underestimate.”A research team led by scientists at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health didn’t simply attempt to count dead bodies in the wake of the powerful storm. Instead, they surveyed randomly chosen households and asked the occupants about their experiences.From that approach, they concluded that between Sept. 20 and Dec. 31, 2017, there were 4,645 “excess deaths” — that is, deaths that would not have occurred if the island hadn’t been plunged into a prolonged disaster following the devastating storm.But the estimate isn’t as precise as the figure implies. The researchers calculate there is a 95 percent likelihood the death toll was somewhere between about 800 and 8,500 people. They say about 5,000 is a likely figure.The findings are being published Tuesday by The New England Journal of Medicine.The research team randomly selected 3,299 households in Puerto Rico. Local scientists surveyed them over the course of three weeks in January. People in those homes reported a total of 38 deaths. The scientists then extrapolated that finding to the island’s total population of 3.4 million people to estimate the number of deaths. The researchers then subtracted deaths recorded during that same period in 2016 and concluded that the mortality rate in Puerto Rico had jumped 62 percent in the three months following the storm.The Puerto Rico Department of Health didn’t respond immediately to requests for comment about the study.The death rate is a contentious subject, in part because federal and island governments haven’t responded as rapidly to the disaster as they have in other hurricane emergencies. The study notes that 83 percent of the households in Puerto Rico were without electrical power for the time period looked at, more than 100 days, from the date of the hurricane until the end of 2017.Puerto Rico residents and outside observers have long argued that the official death toll is hopelessly inadequate. It captures the number of deaths the medical examiner attributed directly to the storm — the high water and howling winds in the worst natural disaster on record for the U.S. territory. Maria came ashore as a Category 4 hurricane, with winds gusting at over 110 mph and drenching rainfall.CNN surveyed funeral homes after the storm and tallied 499 hurricane-related deaths. The New York Times compared official death records from September and October 2017 and identified more than 1,000 excess deaths, compared with the average for 2015 and 2016. Alexis Santos, a researcher at Penn State University, and a colleague, used death certificates to come up with a similar estimate.The government of Puerto Rico commissioned researchers from George Washington University’s Milken Institute School of Public Health to estimate excess deaths. Results of that study have been delayed and are due out this summer.“Our approach is complementary to that and it provides a different kind of estimate and a different kind of insight into the impact of the hurricane,” says Caroline Buckee, a lead author of the new study and epidemiologist at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. The researchers suggested that the government in Puerto Rico could use its methods in an even larger survey to reduce the large uncertainties in their findings.The Harvard study covers a greater time period than The New York Times’ calculation, a difference that could partly account for the much higher figure.The household survey is a widely accepted technique for estimating casualties following a disaster. But it can be misleading if the sample isn’t truly random or if some households have been wiped out altogether and are therefore missing from the survey. In the latter, the result would underestimate the true toll. In fact, the Harvard team says its results are “likely to be an underestimate” because of this bias.The survey looked at deaths through the end of 2017, but the scientists suspect that the excess deaths continued into this year. “We saw consistent, high rates, in September, October, November, December,” says Rafael Irizarry, a biostatistician on the research team. “There’s no reason to think that on Jan. 1 this trend stops.”“Hurricane Maria caused massive infrastructural damage to Puerto Rico,” the Harvard team writes in its study.“In our survey, interruption of medical care was the primary cause of sustained high mortality rates in the months following the hurricane,” the wrote. Hospitals and doctors struggled to provide care, and many people simply had trouble getting to the doctor or the hospital to seek medical care. The survey finds that one-third of the total deaths in the months following the storm were caused by delayed or interrupted health care.Understanding the true number is important for many reasons. “There are ramifications not only for families, not only for closure, but also financial ramifications” such as for aid and preparedness, says Dr. Satchit Balsari, one of the lead investigators, who is a physician at the Harvard FXB Center for Health and Human Rights.Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit read more

IAA says Yes We Can to power plants in orbit

first_img European space company wants solar power plant in space ( — Scientists from around the world have completed a study that says harvesting the sun’s energy in space can turn out to be a cost effective way of delivering the world’s needs for power in as little as 30 years. As important, the report says that orbiting power plants capable of collecting energy from the sun and beaming it to earth are technically feasible within a decade or so based on technologies now in the laboratory. More information: The Globe and Mail These are findings in a report from the International Academy of Astronautics, headquartered in Paris. What their time references refer to are that the very technology needed to satisfy global energy requirements may be available in only 10 to 20 years, and the project can show cost-effectiveness in about 30 years. The IAA’s three-year, ten-nation study, as the first broadly based international assessment of collecting solar energy in space, is considered significant. The study was conducted from 2008 to 2010 and was under peer review. John Mankins, the former head of concepts at NASA, led the study. The concept centers on placing one, then several, then many, solar-powered satellites in orbit over the equator. Each would be several miles wide. The satellites would collect sunlight up to 24 hours a day The power would be converted to electricity in space, then sent to where it was needed on earth by a microwave-transmitting antenna or by lasers, and then fed into a power grid.Who would bear the cost of such an effort? The report recommends that both governments and the private sector should fund the research needed to further determine viability.A pilot project to demonstrate the technology could proceed using low-cost expendable launch vehicles being developed for other space markets, said Mankins, according to Reuters. A moderate-scale demonstration would cost tens of billions of dollars less than previously projected as a result of not needing costly, reusable launch vehicles early on. According to reports, reactions to the study strike a hopeful note that such a project will proceed. Jeff Peacock, who heads Boeing’s ground-based solar cell product line, said in theory it could double the amount of solar power collected, compared with the earth-bound technology equivalent. Col. Michael Smith, director of the Center for Strategy and Technology at Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama, was quoted as saying that the idea has the potential to send safe, clean electrical energy worldwide “if we can make it work.”Advantages to space solar power compared to ground solar power are that it can occur without worry about adverse weather conditions and the costs of energy storage. Another thumbs-up reason given is that solar collection does not bring carbon pollution, addressing key concerns about a continuing reliance on fossil fuels that contribute to global pollution. Nevertheless, the Reuters report says skeptics point out hurdles such as space debris, a lack of focused market studies and development costs. © 2011 This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Image credit: SpaceWorks Engineering, Inc. Citation: IAA says ‘Yes We Can’ to power plants in orbit (2011, November 15) retrieved 18 August 2019 from Explore furtherlast_img read more

Coast Guard Rambos Singlehanded Take Down of a Moving Drug Submarine Is

first_imgThe Coast Guard isn’t usually the first branch of the armed services that comes to mind when you think of badass tactical military exploits, but in the course of patrolling the high seas for NARCO traffickers it isn’t all daisies and rainbows.A recently released Department of Defense video shows a Coast Guard cutter encountering a NARCO drug submarine in the Eastern Pacific Ocean on June 18. After the sub refused numerous orders to stop, one of the guardsmen took matters into his own hands and pulled a full Rambo by leaping onto the sub and banging on the hatch until the bad guys give up. The helmet cam video of the one man wrecking crew captures all of the adrenaline and ass kicking.In 14 total busts from May and July, this crew confiscated almost 39,000 lbs of cocaine, so might be time for the NARCO’s to come up with an alternate route.last_img read more

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first_imgTechnology | October 24, 2013 Accelarad Launches Connect America, Creating a Nationwide Healthcare Network Image-sharing platform to connect area hospitals, doctors and patients via cloud-based platform News | Enterprise Imaging | April 15, 2019 Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Implements Change Healthcare Enterprise Imaging Change Healthcare successfully implemented its Radiology PACS (picture archiving and communication system), Image… read more “Sharing images via Connect allows us to immediately identify the appropriate medical specialist and speed diagnostic images to them so we can quickly confer on the cases,” said Donald Plumley, M.D., co-director of trauma, Orlando Health and director, pediatric trauma service, Arnold Palmer Hospital. “As the Connect America network grows, so does access to improved treatment options for patients across the country.” For more information: News | Remote Viewing Systems | July 16, 2019 Anatomage Releases Anatomage Cloud Platform Anatomage Inc. released an update to the Anatomage Cloud platform that allows medical and dental professionals to… read more Collaborative medical image and document exchange has the potential to eliminate the use of CDs, speeding up the treatment decision process and allowing doctors to focus on improved patient care. Furthermore, the free mobile app empowers patients to take an active role in their own wellness by making it easy to seek a second opinion or set up a specialist consult without requiring a full record release. News | Enterprise Imaging | April 08, 2019 Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital Selects Novarad for Enterprise Imaging Management Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital (CCUH) recently selected Novarad to provide its facility with the Ncompass Enterprise… read more October 24, 2013 — Accelarad, a cloud-based medical image sharing solution company, announced that it has launched Connect America, a first-of-a-kind program that will revolutionize accountable care by connecting patients, doctors and hospitals across the country with 21st century medical image sharing.  News | PACS | May 22, 2019 Brazil’s Santa Casa Hospital System Chooses Carestream for Unified Diagnostic Workflow Santa Casa de Misericordia has selected Carestream to replace its legacy diagnostic workflow technology across all… read more News | Remote Viewing Systems | May 01, 2019 University of Toronto Partners With IMS for Emergency Radiology Simulation International Medical Solutions (IMS) and the University of Toronto Department of Medical Imaging have signed a… read more News | Remote Viewing Systems | June 04, 2019 Client Outlook’s eUnity Smartviewer Selected by Duke University Health System Client Outlook Inc. announced that Duke University Health System has implemented eUnity for enterprise viewing… read more News | Information Technology | June 25, 2019 Barco Launches Smart Solution for Remote Radiology Reading Barco’s new remote radiology reading solution ensures dependable imaging when radiologists are working outside the ho read more News | PACS | June 07, 2019 PaxeraHealth Wins Four New PACS Projects in Chile Picture archiving and communication system/radiology information system (PACS/RIS) developer PaxeraHealth has won four… read more PreviousNext News | Teleradiology | April 10, 2019 vRad Receives 19th Patent vRad (Virtual Radiologic), a Mednax Radiology Solutions practice, announced that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office… read more Related Content News | Enterprise Imaging | April 05, 2019 Visage 7 Enterprise Imaging Platform Highlighted at 2019 SBI/ACR Breast Imaging Symposium Visage Imaging will be exhibiting the latest version of the Visage 7 Enterprise Imaging Platform at the 2019 Society of… read more Previously, images were shared manually on CDs, which had a high defect rate and often required patient rescans. Connect America will join together hospitals, clinics, physicians and patients from Raleigh N.C. to Seattle, Wash. via a cloud-based platform that allows medical professionals to share images instantly and as easily as using a social networking site. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)-compliant solution also makes images immediately available for doctors and patients online and via a custom iPhone or iPad application. FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享last_img read more

Toshiba Showcases Vantage Galan 3T MRI at ISMRM 2017

first_img Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a Siemens Go.Top Dedicated Cardiac Scanner This is a quick walk around of the new Siemens Somatom cardiovascular edition compact computed tomography (CT) read more Technology | Interventional Radiology | August 16, 2019 Profound Medical Receives U.S. FDA 510(k) Clearance for Tulsa-Pro Profound Medical Corp. announced it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to… read more News | Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) | April 24, 2017 Toshiba Showcases Vantage Galan 3T MRI at ISMRM 2017 Premium system delivers fast, accurate results in routine and advanced imaging Images of regions of interest (colored lines) in the white matter skeleton representation. Data from left and right anterior thalamic radiation (ATR) were averaged. Image courtesy of C. Bouziane et al. News | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 06, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Improves Heart Attack Risk Assessment When used with a common heart scan, machine learning, a type of artificial intelligence (AI), does better than… read more Related Content News | Neuro Imaging | August 16, 2019 ADHD Medication May Affect Brain Development in Children A drug used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) appears to affect development of the brain’s… read more Siemens Go.Top CT scanner at SCCT19Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:05Loaded: 15.14%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:05 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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