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Interventional Radiologists Use Minimally Invasive Methods to Speed Surgery Recovery

From the April 2015 issue of Columbus CEO — Interventional radiologists have emerged from X-ray labs into operating rooms, using minimally invasive techniques to treat hard-to-reach parts of the body and turning a low-profile specialty into a burgeoning surgical field with its own clinical and outpatient services. In the process, they're reducing costs, shortening recovery times and easing pain.

"Interventional radiology is perhaps the most interesting medical field that a lot of folks haven't heard about," says Dr. James Spain, chief of interventional radiology at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. "We invented minimally invasive. We rarely make an incision over a quarter of an inch—just a nick in the skin—and we put a Band-Aid on at the end."

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Mobile Stroke Unit Decreases Time to Imaging, Treatment

February 11, 2015 — Patients treated with thrombolysis in a mobile stroke unit had decreased time to imaging and treatment when compared with patients who were brought to the emergency department via a traditional ambulance, according to results presented at the International Stroke Conference 2015

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Mobile Stroke Unit with CT Scanner Speeds Care in Cleveland

February 12, 2015 -- A mobile stroke treatment unit with a CT scanner and medical personnel aboard is dramatically cutting time-to-treatment decisions for Cleveland stroke patients. Clot-busting drugs were provided in nearly half the usual time, according to a study presented at this week's 2015 International Stroke Conference in Nashville, TN.

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Stryker and NeuroLogica Partner to Provide Surgical Navigation with the BodyTom® Portable CT Scanner

KALAMAZOO, MI and DANVERS, MA – January 6, 2014 – Stryker Corporation and NeuroLogica, a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics America Inc., announced an exclusive partnership agreement in which Stryker will promote and sell NeuroLogica’s BodyTom portable full body computed tomography (CT) scanner for the specialties of neurosurgery

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Mobile Computed Tomography: Three Year Clinical Experience in Korea

Navigation-guided procedure has been widely conducted in the neurosurgical filed to perform anatomy-oriented approach. However, the approach cannot reflect the real-time intracranial image due to differential spatial displacement caused by cerebrospinal fluid drainage, volume change after surgical evacuation or newly developed lesions such as

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NeuroLogica promotes Michael Limoli to Vice President of Engineering

Danvers, MA (February 25, 2013) – NeuroLogica Corporation, a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics, has named Michael Limoli as the Vice President of Engineering. Limoli will oversee day-to-day engineering operations and facilitate engineering product development.
Limoli began his career with NeuroLogica in 2004 as the Principal Software

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Samsung Electronics America Acquires Medical Imaging Company – NeuroLogica

Ridgefield Park, NJ – January 28, 2013 – Samsung Electronics America, Inc., a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd, today announced its acquisition of NeuroLogica, a leading Computed Tomography (CT) company headquartered in Danvers, Massachusetts.  Established in 2004, NeuroLogica develops cutting-edge medical imaging

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LifeHealthcare installs Australia’s first portable CT scanner

In an Australian first, patients at a Brisbane hospital will no longer need to be transported out of the operating theatre so that surgeons can do vital imaging crucial in the outcome of their surgery.

This has been made possible through a unique fully portable CT scanner that has been installed in Brisbane Private Hospital through the Australian

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NeuroLogica Corporation Earns Health Canada Clearance for BodyTom®

Danvers, MA (November 13th, 2012) - NeuroLogica Corporation, the only manufacturer of portable computer tomography solutions, is pleased to announce the Health Canada clearance for the portable CT scanner, BodyTom®. This clearance allows for sale and use of BodyTom® in the Canadian Provinces.

BodyTom® is the latest

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Pathfinder Therapeutics and NeuroLogica Corp Announce Intergration

Nashville, TN and Danvers, MA – Pathfinder Therapeutics, the developer of computer-assisted surgical navigation products for soft tissue organs, and NeuroLogica Corp., the manufacturer of portable CT imaging devices, announced today an agreement to integrate their innovative technologies.

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Interventional Radiologists Use Minimally Invasive Methods to Speed Surgery Recovery

From the April 2015 issue of Columbus CEO — Interventional radiologists have emerged from X-ray labs into...

Mobile Stroke Unit Decreases Time to Imaging, Treatment

February 11, 2015 — Patients treated with thrombolysis in a mobile stroke unit had decreased time to imaging...

Mobile Stroke Unit with CT Scanner Speeds Care in Cleveland

February 12, 2015 -- A mobile stroke treatment unit with a CT scanner and medical personnel aboard is dramatically...

Stryker and NeuroLogica Partner to Provide Surgical Navigation with the BodyTom® Portable CT Scanner

KALAMAZOO, MI and DANVERS, MA – January 6, 2014 – Stryker Corporation and NeuroLogica, a subsidiary of Samsung...

Mobile Computed Tomography: Three Year Clinical Experience in Korea

Navigation-guided procedure has been widely conducted in the neurosurgical filed to perform anatomy-oriented approach....

NeuroLogica promotes Michael Limoli to Vice President of Engineering

Danvers, MA (February 25, 2013) – NeuroLogica Corporation, a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics, has named Michael...