Top Artificial Intelligence Companies in Healthcare to Keep an Eye On
The field of medical AI is buzzing. More and more companies set the purpose to disrupt healthcare with the help of artificial intelligence. Given how fast these companies come and go, it can prove to be hard to stay up-to-date with the most promising ones. Here, I collected the biggest names currently on the market ranging from start-ups to tech giants to keep an eye on in the future. To further help you keep up with what A.I. brings to medicine, The Medical Futurist team made an easy-to-digest e-book about just that. I highly encourage you to read it and would love to hear about your thoughts! Artificial Intelligence has ...
Source: The Medical Futurist - January 21, 2020 Category: Information Technology Authors: berci.mesko Tags: Artificial Intelligence Healthcare Design AI digital health genetics Innovation Personalized medicine pharma GC1 big data drug development healthcare companies medical imaging Source Type: blogs

Neurodegeneration with Brain Iron Accumulation (NBIA): MRI
Discussion by Dr MGK Murthy, Dr A Satish& Dr GA prasad Neurodegeneration with brain iron accumulation (NBIA) -NBIA disorders have typically symmetrical accumulation of Iron in parts of grey matter which normally are rich in Iron content , i. e. Basal ganglia (Globi pallidi /Putamen) / Thalamus / Midbrain (Substantia nigra / Red nuclei) cerebellum (Dentate nuclei) with each of the appx 10 varieties demonstrating relatively unique pattern , Permitting imaging classificationThis group of inherited neurologic disorders in which iron accumulates in the ba...
Source: Sumer's Radiology Site - March 31, 2017 Category: Radiology Authors: Sumer Sethi Source Type: blogs

Senate Aging Committee Finally Hears from Valeant
Discussion Points Impact on Critical Access and Community Hospitals Patient access is always a concern for Congress in hearings, and as such. Dr. Fogel fielded a question from Chairwoman Collins about the impact price increases have on rural and smaller community hospitals. He stated that 71 critical access hospitals have had to close their doors over the last few years. He did not place the entire burden on the pharmaceutical industry, but instead mentioned that pharmaceutical inflation "is a significant factor, and left unchecked it will contribute to the closing of more community hospitals." Popularity o...
Source: Policy and Medicine - June 1, 2016 Category: American Health Authors: Thomas Sullivan - Policy & Medicine Writing Staff Source Type: blogs

The ridiculous pricing of pharmaceuticals in the U.S.
I just wrote this letter to my two senators and my representative, and I hope you'll do the same:Dear ________,I practice Emergency Medicine at Hennepin County Medical Center. We have been very adversely affected by the sudden increase in prices of many necessary and previously affordable generic drugs.One example is nitroprusside (brand name Nitropress), which is essential for lowering critically elevated blood pressure. The drug has become unaffordable because Valeant Pharmaceuticals bought the drug and suddenly raised the prices exorbitantly. This company has done the same for many drugs, and other companies have done t...
Source: Dr. Smith's ECG Blog - October 4, 2015 Category: Cardiology Authors: Steve Smith Source Type: blogs

Basal Ganglia T1 Hyperintensity-MRI
 This is a 14 year old boy with involuntary movements and hyperglycemia. Basal Ganglia T1 hyperintensity  is noted and following are differential diagnosis for T1 hyperintensity in basal ganglia. Case Submitted by Dr Mitesh Gupta. Causes: methaemoglobin in intracranial hemorrhage idiopathic calcification hepatic failure hamartoma in neurofibromatosis type 1 hyperalimentation Wilson's disease hyperglycemia associated chorea-ballism : non-ketotic hyperglycaemic hemichorea (NHH) From Sumer's Radiology Site http://www.sumerdoc.blogspot.com -The Top Radiology Magazine. Teleradiology Providers at ...
Source: Sumer's Radiology Site - April 17, 2013 Category: Radiologists Authors: Sumer Sethi Source Type: blogs

Face of the giant panda and her cub- Wilson's Disease
T2-weighted axial MRI demonstrates  symmetric hyperintense signals in the caudate nucles, putamen,  and thalami , also noted is the “face of the giant panda” in midbrain with high signal in tegmentum and normal red nuclei  and “face of the panda cub” in pons with hypointensity of central tegmental tracts with hyperintensity of aqueductal opening to fourth ventricle. Actual Giant Panda image-courtesy-wikipedia. From Sumer's Radiology Site http://www.sumerdoc.blogspot.com -The Top Radiology Magazine. Teleradiology Providers at www.teleradproviders.com Mail us at sales@t...
Source: Sumer's Radiology Site - April 11, 2013 Category: Radiologists Authors: Sumer Sethi Source Type: blogs