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More than a quarter of CT scanners in Ireland have exceeded end-of-life
Legacy systems may increase chance for breakdowns, extend wait times for patients
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UK cancer experts say worst fears about patient backlog becoming reality
Experts call for emergency response to prevent another full-blown health crisis
Patients with COVID-19 and cancer more than twice as likely to die
Multinational initiative derived information from more than 900 patients
Finnish researchers designing mobile MR unit that could fit in a van
Will not require specially trained healthcare personnel to operate it
European Commission MDR implementation update: delayed but in process
Understanding periodic safety reports and postmarket surveillance, as well as the new database of medical devices
Nuclear medical exams expected to increase with improvements to radioisotope transport
COVID-19 bottlenecks have curtailed flights and limited delivery of radiopharmaceuticals
Philips unveils new ventilator, seeks to produce 4,000 a week by Q3
Immediately producing 15,000 per week of new model
New Nightingale Hospital in London gets first patients
Will house up to 4,000 beds with ventilators and oxygen in 80 wards, with as many as 25,000 medical staffers
Getinge ramps up ventilator production by 160% to combat COVID-19
Brings ventilator capacity to 26,000, compared to the 10,000 the company developed in 2019
Dyson to develop 15,000 ventilators for COVID-19 patients
Company founder James Dyson drew up the design over 10 days
GE to boost ventilator production amid surge in coronavirus patients
Production will take place 'round-the-clock'
ESR to sue Vienna and Austria over postponement of ECR 2020
May be considering relocating event in future years
ECR meeting postponed due to coronavirus epidemic
The European Society of Radiology will move its annual meeting to mid-July
SHINE looking at European Mo-99 production: CEO
Dutch government production of the SPECT isotope slated to end in 2025
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NHS begins using its first Versius surgical robotic system
Designed to reduce surgical infections, save on costs and open up bed availability