Advances In Diagnostic Imaging In North America (Technical Insights)

 

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This research service discusses technology developments in the field of diagnostic imaging in North America.

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Advances In Diagnostic Imaging In North America (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryIntroductionWhat is Diagnostic Imaging?An Overview of Technology DevelopmentScope and MethodologyScope Methodology Advances In Diagnostic Imaging In North America (Technical Insights), Computed Tomography Research in the Private SectorToshiba's Helical Conebeam TechnologyiCAD's Computer Aided Detection-enabled CTGE's Volume Computed TomographyPhilips' Brilliance CT TechnologyResearch in the Public SectorUMass Develops Novel Nanoparticle SensorsCanadian Researchers Produce Brighter LCDsRice University Research on Optical Imaging TechnologyArgonne Scientists Explore Confinement of LightRensselaer's Research on T-Ray CTTechnology AnalysisCT DevelopmentResearch TrendsTechnology DriversTechnology RestraintsAdvances In Diagnostic Imaging In North America (Technical Insights), Magnetic Resonance ImagingResearch in the Private SectorHitachi’s ‘Open’ MR Systems Extend Patient ComfortTristan's Novel Squid-Based SensorVSM Medtech's MEG Systems for Functional Brain ImagingLuna Innovation Plans to Use Buckyballs for Diagnostic ApplicationsBiophan's Coating Enhances Safety During MRI ScanLuna Explores Metallofullerenes for Improved MRI ContrastHyper Tech Exploring Novel Superconductors for MRI ApplicationsAmerican Superconductor's Work on Boride SuperconductorsResearch in the Public SectorUMass Researchers Explore Fabrication of NanosensorsNew Mexico Scientists Develop Real-Time MEG SensorLos Alamos Produces Low-Cost Superconducting MaterialRice University Researchers Explore Nanoshells for Diagnostic and Therapeutic ApplicationsLawrence Berkeley Experts Develop Novel Microtesla MRIUMich Researchers Control Magnetic Flux for Better Imaging ToolsSUNY Chemists Develop Noninvasive MRI-based TreatmentWashington Researchers Explore Diffusion MRITechnology AnalysisMRI DevelopmentResearch TrendsTechnology DriversTechnology RestraintsAdvances In Diagnostic Imaging In North America (Technical Insights), Nuclear Medicine ImagingResearch in the Private SectorGE and Molecular Nanosystems Jointly Researching Field Emission DevicesSandia Researchers Explore New Radiation DetectorsPhilips' Gantry-Free Cameras Deliver FlexibilitySiemens e.CAM Signature SeriesResearch in the Public SectorRochester Scientists Obtain High-Resolution Optical ImagesSUNY Scientists Develop Better NMR TechniqueA Novel NM Scanner to Detect CancerCalifornia Researchers Innovate NMRExplore Sensitive Sensors for Large Magnetic FieldsTechnology AnalysisNM DevelopmentResearch TrendsTechnology DriversTechnology RestraintsAdvances In Diagnostic Imaging In North America (Technical Insights), Positron Emission Tomography ImagingResearch in the Private SectorHitachi's Latest Whole Body PET SystemGE's Combined PET/CT Modality Naval Researchers Developing Algorithm That Could Aid in Breast Cancer DetectionSiemens' Synergistic PET/CT Product TechnologyResearch in the Public SectorBiomedical Engineers Exploring Use of Quantum Dots as Contrast AgentsCornell Researchers Develop Noninvasive BiopsiesPurdue Team Develop New Imaging TechnologyNIST Researchers Tag Faulty Genes Using Fluorescent MethodsTechnology AnalysisPET DevelopmentResearch TrendsTechnology DriversTechnology RestraintsAdvances In Diagnostic Imaging In North America (Technical Insights), Ultrasound ImagingResearch in the Private SectorGE's ‘Vivid' Ultrasound SolutionToshiba's ‘Aplio’ Ultrasound Imaging TechnologySpencer Develops an Advanced Digital Transcranial Doppler SystemGiven Imaging's 'Camera Pill' Better than Standard EndoscopyResearch in the Public SectorOregon Researchers Developing Novel Technique to Detect ArrhythmiaAlabama Researchers Develop Fine Needle Aspiration BiopsyConsortium Explores Piezoelectric Materials for Novel TransducersTechnology AnalysisUltrasound DevelopmentResearch TrendsTechnology DriversTechnology RestraintsAdvances In Diagnostic Imaging In North America (Technical Insights), X-ray ImagingResearch in the Private SectorHitachi's Conebeam X-Ray TechnologySiemen's Digital Mobile X-Ray UnitToshiba's Novel X-Ray System Assists in Interventional RadiologyResearchers Explore Terahertz RaysWisconsin Company Develops Novel Tomotherapy for Cancer TreatmentResearch in the Public SectorMIT Researchers Explore Photonic CrystalsColorado Researchers Produce Nanometer-Sized Light WavesDelaware Team Working on Terahertz TechnologyNorth Carolina Scientists Use Nanotubes to Make Better X-RaysObtain High-Resolution Micro ImagingTechnology AnalysisX-Ray DevelopmentResearch TrendsTechnology DriversTechnology RestraintsAdvances In Diagnostic Imaging In North America (Technical Insights), Key Patents and Industry ContactsPatentsPatents Related to Computed Tomography (CT)Patents Related to Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)Patents Related to Nuclear Medicine (NM) ImagingPatents Related to Positron Emission Tomography (PET)Patents Related to Ultrasound ImagingPatents Related to X-Ray ImagingContactsPrivate SectorPublic SectorAdvances In Diagnostic Imaging In North America (Technical Insights), Frost & Sullivan 2004 Science and Technology AwardsTechnology Innovation AwardAward DescriptionAward RecipientExcellence in Technology AwardAward DescriptionAward RecipientAdvances In Diagnostic Imaging In North America (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabaseData Relevant to Diagnostic ImagingTotal Population by Region; From 1999 to 2006Male Population Over 65 Years of AgeFemale Population Over 65 Years of AgeUrban Population by RegionNumber of HospitalsNumber of Hospital BedsNumber of PhysiciansNumber of CardiologistTotal Healthcare Expenditure




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