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'MRI Risks'
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Metal-free nanoparticle could expand MRI use, tumor detection
'''What might sound like the set-up to a joke actually has a clinical answer: Both groups can face health risks when injected with metal-containing agents sometimes needed to enhance the color ...'
Thursday, 3 August 2017   by
MagnaSafe Registry: Risks of MRI at 1.5 Tesla For Patients With Non-MRI Conditional Pacemakers and ICDs
'''A change in lead impedance is not associated with clinically-significant parameter changes, according to results of the MagnaSafe Registry study presented Nov. 18 at AHA 2014. Led by Robert J. Russo, MD, PhD, FACC, of the Scripps Research Institute, ...'
Tuesday, 18 November 2014   by
'''Once energised, and even when the equipment is not imaging, magnets used in magnetic resonance imaging will produce a static magnetic field that extends in three dimensions around the magnet. This static magnetic field is invisible; it is impossible ...'
Thursday, 16 February 2012   by
Penn Engineers Develop More Effective MRI Contrast Agent for Cancer Detection
'''Many imaging technologies and their contrast agents — chemicals used during scans to help detect tumors and other problems — involve exposure to radiation or heavy metals, which present potential health risks to patients and limit the ways they can be ...'
Tuesday, 13 December 2011   by
Rise in MRI Calamities Highlighted at FDA Safety Session
'''Compared with radiation risks from a computed tomography scan, a trip through the donut hole of a magnetic resonance imaging scanner might seem benign. But after hearing about an alarming rise in patient injuries described at the U.S. Food and Drug ...'
Thursday, 10 November 2011   by
Does MRI pose more than minimal risk in pediatric research?
'''Shedding light on a question that has baffled research ethics review boards, a new analysis of the use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in pediatric clinical trials finds that the risks of physical and psychological harm associated with this procedure ...'
Tuesday, 4 October 2011   by
Delayed-enhancement MRI may predict, prevent strokes
'''Researchers have found that delayed-enhancement magnetic resonance imaging (DE-MRI) holds promise for predicting the risks of strokes. The discovery was made by researchers at the University of Utah's Comprehensive Arrhythmia and Research Management ...'
Wednesday, 9 February 2011   by
FDA Panel to Discuss CNS Contrast Agent
'''The FDA's panel of outside neurology experts will meet Friday to discuss risks for a serious skin disorder presented by a new, contrast agent for MRI scans of the central nervous system. The product -- gadobutrol, made by Bayer -- is one of a class ...'
Thursday, 20 January 2011   by
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