Category: Research (10 items)
Reducing Peak Skin Dose on patients undergoing interventional procedures
Generally, the use of radiation is limited to a short time intermittently between manipulations of the needle, catheter, or probe. Nevertheless, the radiation doses after such interventions are often high.
June 20, 2022
Combining dose, size and image quality to identify outliers in CT examinations
Based on accepted and presented research on ECR 2019 (Dedulle et al. Evaluating the use of a noise index to identify outliers in CT examinations, European Congress of Radiology, Vienna 2019).
February 10, 2020
Can routine clinically used scan protocols performed on CTDI test objects predict patient dose?
Whether dose estimates from phantom data are representative for patient dose data and/or whether phantom acquisitions could therefore act as a surrogate for patient dosimetry surveys?
November 21, 2019
European-wide implementation of clinical audits starts to gather momentum
Two surveys about the implementation of clinical audits across Europe will be the highlight of today’s presentation by Dr. Adrian Brady, chairman of the ESR Quality, Safety and Standards Committee.
March 08, 2019
Evaluation of Large Scale Patient Specific Dosimetry in Conventional Chest Imaging
To evaluate a patient-specific approach for organ dose estimation in conventional posterior-anterior (PA) chest radiography.
November 27, 2018