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Medsquare at the European Congress of Radiology (ECR 2019): The new features of RDM’s Patient Dose Monitoring solution

On the occasion of ECR 2019, which will take place from 27 February - 3 March in Vienna, Medsquare will present the latest advances of its Radiation Dose Monitor (RDM) Patient Dose Monitoring solution (booth 519, Hall X5). (more…)

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The International Day of Radiology (IDOR2018) celebrates this year cardiac imaging

On 8 November, radiologists and radiographers from around the world will once again celebrate the International Day of Radiology (#IDOR2018), with this year’s focus on cardiac imaging. Since its inauguration in 2012, the IDOR has been raising awareness of the importance of the roles of radiologists and imaging professionals throughout the patient care journey. This year’s IDOR marks the 123rd anniversary of Wilhelm Röntgen's discovery of X-rays and celebrates recent advances in medical imaging. (more…)

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Medsquare and Patient Dose Management at JFR 2018:  Presenting the latest features of RDM

Since February 2018, when Euratom Directive 2013/59 came into force, the regulatory context has evolved significantly in terms of risk management related to ionizing radiation. As the leading player in the patient dose management market, Medsquare will present the latest innovations in its patient dose management solution − Radiation Dose Monitor (RDM) − at the French Radiology Congress (JFR), from 12 - 15 October in Paris (booth 233 - level 2). (more…)

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Justification: Directive 2013/59/Euratom strengthens  this pillar of patient radiation safety

The justification principle is part of the new Directive 2013/59/Euratom. The directive strengthens this principle − one of the pillars of radiation safety − and includes it in the regulations of the member countries of the European Union. Justifying medical imaging interventions entails doing only necessary examinations first of all and, when several medical imaging techniques provide the same result, choosing the technique that is least risky for the patient. (more…)

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