Concerns over ethics of East German trials on contrast agents October 24, 2014 -- Clinical trials on contrast agents and other products conducted during the Cold War period in the former East Germany were not always performed with the full knowledge or understanding of participants, according to a paper published online in the BMJ's Journal of Medical Ethics.
Varian wins U.K. TrueBeam contract October 24, 2014 -- Radiation oncology firm Varian Medical Systems has won a contract with the U.K.'s National Health Service (NHS) Supply Chain for 10 TrueBeam machines.
EOS notches double-digit revenue growth October 23, 2014 -- Higher sales of its orthopedic digital x-ray systems propelled EOS Imaging to double-digit revenue growth in the company's third quarter.
GE wins French cloud imaging platform contract October 23, 2014 -- GE Healthcare has been chosen by the Medical Imaging Antilles-Guyane purchasing group in France to lead a consortium that will develop cloud imaging platforms between physicians in Martinique, Guadeloupe, and French Guyana.
U.K. announces extra funding for medical technology October 23, 2014 -- A partnership led by the U.K.'s Medical Research Council will invest more than 230 million pounds (around 291 million euros) on a range of medical and healthcare technologies for cancer and dementia and advanced diagnosis and treatment.
Brainlab debuts SmartBrush Angio software October 22, 2014 -- Image-guided therapy firm Brainlab's Elements SmartBrush Angio software has been used clinically for the first time to correlate a patient's diagnostic datasets with temporal and spatial information.
Agfa completes U.K. x-ray installations October 22, 2014 -- Agfa HealthCare has installed two DX-G and seven CR 30-X computed radiography (CR) systems at Salisbury National Health Service (NHS) Foundation Trust.