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Radiographers are apprehensive about integrating AI into their workflow

Health Imaging

Some believe it could make their jobs easier, while others perceive AI as a threat to their employment, new survey data suggest.

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Many radiographers suffer from low back pain, frequently resulting in reduced productivity at work

Health Imaging

Low back pain routinely inhibits a significant amount of radiographers from fully performing their job duties.

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Dozens of injuries trigger FDA recall of over 50,000 implantable tissue marking devices

Health Imaging

The Class I recall, which is the most serious recall the FDA issues, comes after numerous adverse events and complications linked to the radiographic markers were reported.

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Commercially available AI tool could reduce radiologist workloads by 10% or more

Health Imaging

for abnormal radiographs and 99.8% for critical radiographs—better than two board-certified radiologists who also interpreted the exams. The tool’s sensitivity was recorded as 99.1%

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Northwestern Medicine is collaborating with Dell to develop AI for reading X-rays

Health Imaging

The new artificial intelligence model is currently reading draft radiographs at the Illinois health system.

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Radiography, Research, and You

The British Institute of Radiology

Kim Mason Kim Mason, an Audit and Research Radiographer for Mid Yorkshire Teaching Hospitals Trust, talks about their role as well as the value of radiographer engagement in research activities and how to get involved. Hi, I’m Kim and I am an alternative-styled, funky-haired, septum-pierced, disabled Audit and Research Radiographer.

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Some imaging features of missed lung cancer indicate worse outcomes

Health Imaging

Features pertaining to location, density and superimposed structures were recently found to be associated with poorer outcomes for patients who initially had their lung cancer overlooked on radiographs.