Veterinary PACS: Choosing the Best System for Your Practice

Veterinary PACS: Choosing the Best System for Your Practice

Selecting the ideal Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) is a pivotal decision for veterinarians seeking to provide top-notch care. When choosing a PACS system, several critical factors should be considered. First and foremost, ease of use is paramount. A user-friendly interface can save valuable time during a busy day of diagnosing and treating animals. Compatibility with ...
Trade Show Etiquette: The Do’s and Don’ts of Engaging with Vendors

Trade Show Etiquette: The Do’s and Don’ts of Engaging with Vendors

In the healthcare industry, trade shows are bustling hubs of innovation, networking, and business opportunities. Whether you're a seasoned attendee or a newcomer, understanding vendor etiquette is essential for making the most out of your trade show experience. By following these do's and avoiding the don'ts, you can ensure productive, respectful interactions that benefit both you and the ...
Convincing Your Organization to Invest in a New PACS System

Convincing Your Organization to Invest in a New PACS System

At Radsource, we work with many medical imaging professionals who are experiencing the frustration of a slow, outdated Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS). If you can relate, you know that convincing your organization to invest in a new PACS system is crucial, and it starts with building a compelling case. Here's a strategy to help you make your pitch effectively. 1. Gather ...
Radiology Rewind Fridays: Marie Curie

Radiology Rewind Fridays: Marie Curie

Marie Curie, a name synonymous with groundbreaking scientific achievements, left an indelible mark on the world of radiology. Born in 1867 in Warsaw, Poland, she became the first woman to win a Nobel Prize and remains the only person to have received Nobel Prizes in two different scientific fields. Marie Curie's remarkable journey in radiology began when she and her husband, Pierre Curie, ...
Today’s Interesting Case: Meniscal Tear Patterns

Today’s Interesting Case: Meniscal Tear Patterns

There are five common tear configurations: horizontal, longitudinal, radial, oblique, and complex. Describing the exact tear location, particularly if it involves the vascularized "red zone," is crucial for surgical planning. MR can also assess tear stability, guiding treatment decisions. Repairing tears near the vascular zone is more likely to succeed. Specific tear patterns like ...

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