American Roentgen Ray Society awards 2021 ARRS Gold Medal to entire membership

For valiant service selflessly rendered on the frontlines of the fight against COVID-19, the American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) symbolically awards each and every one of our members the 2021 ARRS Gold Medal

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Outcome predictive performance of admission chest radiographs in COVID-19 patients

2021 ARRS Virtual Annual Meeting research finds in the setting of high pretest probability of COVID-19 infection or with quick turnaround of rapid RT-PCR COVID-19 test, chest x-ray scoring can predict patient outcomes

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Skoltech scientists use machine learning to help doctors find veins for no-fuss blood draws

Researchers from Skoltech have developed an early prototype of a medical imaging system that uses neural networks to analyze near-infrared

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FDA approvals strengthen Octapharma USA pediatric critical care product portfolio

Octaplas™ and fibryga® receive new product labeling following FDA’s approval of BLA supplements to update therapy research; FDA expands fibryga® indication to include treatment of children under 12 years of age

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Study of 630,000 patients unveils COVID-19 outcome disparities across racial/ethnic lines

Researchers examined EHRs of patients tested for SARS-CoV-2 and found stark disparities in COVID-19 outcomes — odds of infection, hospitalization, and in-hospital mortality — between White and non-White minority racial and ethnic groups

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Clinical trial begins for non-invasive brain scanner to monitor intracranial hemorrhage

SENSE device uses low-power tailored radio frequency (RF) pulse to detect changes that may indicate expanding brain bleed; * Current standard of care lacks a means to monitor brain injury continuously, non-invasively, in real time, between CT scans

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MUSC is first in nation to enroll kids in trial of novel MIS-C therapy

Using an investigational cell therapy, Medical University of South Carolina pediatricians successfully treated two patients with multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children, a rare but life-threatening complication of COVID-19.

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Hospital admissions associated with noncommunicable diseases during COVID-19 outbreak in Brazil

What The Study Did: Researchers assessed the number of hospital admissions for noncommunicable diseases (abnormal tissue growths, metabolic diseases, cardiovascular diseases

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