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Future Of Diagnostic Imaging

(Part 1). ?. Future Of Diagnostic Imaging. A Look Into The Next Decade. Diagnostic Pharma. Diagnostic Productivity Targeted Imaging Agents. Focus. Diagnostic Imaging. Information Technology. Services. Life Sciences. Technology Innovation Clinical Productivity Globalization.

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Future Of Diagnostic Imaging

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  1. (Part 1) ? Future Of Diagnostic Imaging A Look Into The Next Decade

  2. DiagnosticPharma • Diagnostic Productivity • Targeted Imaging Agents Focus Diagnostic Imaging Information Technology Services Life Sciences • Technology Innovation • Clinical Productivity • Globalization • Partnership • Whole Hospital • Performance ROI • Physician Workflow • Paperless, Filmless, Wireless • More Effective Drug Dev’t • In-vivo Diagnostics • Enabling Molecular Med. Focus Focus Focus Focus Molecular Imaging Hospital Productivity Clinical IT Systems Molecular Medicine Evolution Evolution Evolution Evolution Anatomical Imaging Maintenance PACS Drug Development The World of Diagnostic Imaging is Bigger

  3. The digital revolution in x-ray imaging From analog to digital Digitizer Video camera Optics Digital Detector Image intensifier Analog Patient Patient Digital Tube Tube Market Drivers •  Image quality •  Caseload capacity •  Dose • New devices & procedures • Drug-eluting stents • Reimbursement for carotid stents Digital Detector Technology • 20-50% less dose vs. conventional II’s • Better visualization of fine structure • 10x dynamic range • Reduced exam time… point & shoot • 3D imaging • Multi-modality – MR, CT – & digitization

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