CT patient positioning: more important than you think
DOSE by Qaelum performs a detailed analysis of the actual patient positioning during each scan, allowing the end-user to detect and address potential technologist training needs. Patient positioning can be evaluated for different operators, protocols, study descriptions, patient body size, tube current, scanner, and much more.
April 20, 2022
Advanced ‘toolkit’ for quality optimization in mammography
Breast cancer is the most frequent cancer among women and accounts for about 25% of all cancer cases and 15% of all cancer deaths (1). Especially in the European Union, it accounts for 29% of female cancer (2). Mammography is the basic imaging examination used to detect changes in the breast tissue, diagnose and manage patients with breast disorders...
April 07, 2022
An actionable metric for Radiology workflow that opens exam slots and reduces contrast waste
The repeat metric shines a light on staff training issues or poorly set-up scanner protocols.
March 10, 2022
University of Wisconsin-Madison and Qaelum NV finalize a collaborative partnership agreement
University of Wisconsin-Madison and Qaelum NV finalize a collaborative partnership agreement to distribute a novel algorithm to track the repeated scans in CT studies and help medical imaging departments increase both patient safety and efficiency
March 01, 2022
Do you need a dose management solution?
High-level care and a patient safe environment result out of a pro-active and continuous aim for quality. Consequently, quality should be the driving force in every radiology department in order to guarantee the best possible patient outcome and a radiation dose that is as low as reasonably achievable (ALARA).
January 24, 2022
Qaelum NV and ulrich medical enter into a strategic partnership
ulrich medical and Qaelum NV finalize a strategic partnership for an advanced Contrast Management solution to track the usage of contrast agents and help harmonize protocols across CT injectors, departments and institutions
December 01, 2021