SecretaryGeneral lowers number of proposed UN Chad force by 1000

A highly mobile peacekeeping force of at least 4,900, about 1,000 less than previously proposed, backed by 18 helicopters, will be needed to replace European troops next year in strife-torn areas of Chad and Central African Republic (CAR), where hundreds of thousands of refugees and displaced people are seeking shelter, according to a United Nations report released today.“Eastern Chad continues to face an acute humanitarian challenge,” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon writes in his latest report on the nascent UN Mission in CAR and Chad (MINURCAT).“Over 290,000 Sudanese refugees, more than 180,000 internally displaced persons and a further 700,000 individuals among the host communities are in need of food, water and health care. At present, an estimated 500,000 persons are receiving assistance,” he adds of the region that has suffered from a spill-over from the war in Sudan’s Darfur region, rebel activity and banditry.In his last report in September, Mr. Ban had proposed that the Council consider sending 6,000 UN troops to replace the 3,300-strong European Union force (EUFOR) when its mandate expires on 15 March. However, he now says that refinements to the plan would provide for some 4,900 troops covering a larger operational area and additional responsibilities than EUFOR. In addition to air transports for troop-carrying, military engineering and communications resources would be required. Unlike EUFOR, it is anticipated that the UN force would continue over the next year and beyond, thus requiring enduring logistical support, in particular accommodation, sanitation and water. Despite the complex causes of insecurity in the area, Mr. Ban cites attacks by heavily armed bandits as posing the most immediate and constant threat to the civilian population and humanitarian operations on a day-to-day basis.“The threat is criminal in nature,” he writes, noting that bandit attacks on humanitarian workers continued to seriously undermine their capacity to reach people in need. “It manifests itself, predominately, through the use of military firepower, including heavy weapons. Countering this threat requires more than policing and calls for military deterrence. In cases where this does not succeed, military intervention is required.”The extreme challenges posed by geography, climate and the fluid security situation demand a highly mobile and responsive force that projects deterrence through visibility and presence both on land and in the air, entailing 24 security patrols daily, supported by a battalion-size mobile reserve force able to provide a surge capacity in response to an emerging threat, he adds.“Reports of ongoing recruitment of child soldiers and the existence of arms and armed men in refugee camps and internally displaced person sites in the region are particularly disturbing,” he says.For CAR, he lays out three options: a small military liaison team of some 15 officers based in Chad that will liaise with local authorities and key actors in the Birao airfield area; a 500-strong detachment to protect one consolidated site, project limited longer range patrols, maintain a quick reaction force and undertake airfield maintenance; and 1,000 troops for deterrent and reconnaissance patrols.In light of the technical assessment of prevailing risks, reinforced by EUFOR’s current tasks, he recommends the first option, but if a sustained presence is required or the threat changes the second option is seen as providing the best balance of operational presence, situational awareness and resource allocation.To date 16 countries have indicated a willingness to positively consider contributing to MINURCAT and one indicated the possibility of contributing to the helicopter requirement. A number of other potential contributors have indicated that, while they could provide troops, specific commitments would depend on prior confirmation that the key enablers have been secured.Presenting the report in an open meeting of the Security Council, the UN envoy for CAR and Chad, Victor Angelo, said that in order to ensure the smoothest possible transition, commitments from EUFOR contributors to “re-hat” even for a transitional period need to be confirmed in the coming days.“Beyond the ‘re-hatting’ of troops already on the ground, MINURCAT will require strong support from Member States with regard to force generation, including equipment and enablers. Given the fluid security situation, challenging geography and climate, the UN force must be highly mobile,” he added. 12 December 2008A highly mobile peacekeeping force of at least 4,900, about 1,000 less than previously proposed, backed by 18 helicopters, will be needed to replace European troops next year in strife-torn areas of Chad and Central African Republic (CAR), where hundreds of thousands of refugees and displaced people are seeking shelter, according to a United Nations report released today. read more

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UN health agency stresses good hygiene to prevent cholera spread in Benin

9 February 2010Officials from the United Nations health agency and the Beninese Government are urging the West African nation’s citizens to be extra vigilant in observing good hygiene amid a recent cholera outbreak that has already claimed several lives. Since the outbreak began in early January, 131 cases have been confirmed of which two resulted in death, according to Léon Kohossi with the UN World Health Organization (WHO) in Benin.“This epidemic has erupted due to lack of hygiene,” Dr. Kohossi told the UN News Centre.He noted that with the current dry season in Benin, locals are finding it difficult to get clean water and are therefore drinking from the Oueme River, which is polluted.Most of the cases are centred around four villages located near the Oueme River – Bonou, Adjohoun, Dangbo and Aguegues. Additional cases have been detected in the capital, Cotonou, which is some 200 kilometres from the epicentre of the outbreak, and Allada, located 100 kilometres north of Cotonou.The Ministry of Health and local authorities are working to sensitize people against drinking unclean water and trying to identify ways to provide them with clean water. Meanwhile, WHO is providing emergency kits, including medicine, that are being distributed to health centres in the affected areas to treat patients with cholera – an acute intestinal infection picked up through contaminated food or water, and which results in diarrhoea that can lead to severe dehydration and death without prompt treatment. read more

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Iraq Japan becomes UN Childrens Funds top donor

“We are delighted that Japan has responded so quickly and so generously to the urgent needs of Iraqi children,” UNICEF Executive Director Carol Bellamy said in a statement. “The needs are very urgent and we are grateful for this strong and early support.”Most of Iraq’s 8,500 schools need repairs or clean-up, and another 5,000 need to be built to accommodate all of Iraq’s 12 million school-age children, the agency said. At present, a shortage of safe school facilities and trained teachers force many schools to operate on shifts. Poor hygiene and sanitation in primary schools is also a serious concern; less than half of all primary schools have access to potable water. UNICEF has begun delivering the first of more than 50,000 “school-in-a-box” kits to classrooms across the country. Each kit contains learning supplies and teaching aids to meet the needs of 80 children. When the deliveries are finished, UNICEF will have provided supplies like pencils, notepads and slate boards for some 4 million children in primary schools.Japan’s latest gift will help more than 1 million children in three cities, UNICEF said. About $3.5 million of the donation will be used to help rehabilitate 70 schools – 30 in Baghdad and 40 in the south of the country. The bulk of the funds, some $6.2 million, will buy teaching and learning supplies. read more

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UN mission reports fresh round of attacks by armed militias in Darfur

On Tuesday armed men in one incident stopped two trucks from a non-governmental organization (NGO), robbed the passengers of their belongings and forced the convoy to return from the state’s northwest to the capital Nyala. In the second attack, four armed men tried to force their way into a NGO guesthouse.In a separate incident in North Darfur, also on Tuesday, the UN Advance Mission in Sudan (UNAMIS) said armed men fired at a truck marked with a NGO logo as it made its way to the town of Kabkabiya. No injuries were reported and the truck continued on its journey.The round of attacks have occurred as Secretary-General Kofi Annan warns in his latest report to the Security Council on Darfur that the overall security situation in the war-torn region remains poor and political negotiations between the Sudanese Government and rebel groups have reached a stalemate.The report says humanitarian workers are increasingly at risk of violent attacks, armed groups are re-arming in defiance of previous Council resolution, and the conflict appears to be spreading into the neighbouring state of Western Kordofan.Tens of thousands of people have been killed and at least 1.85 million people forced from their homes since rebels took up arms against Khartoum in early 2003 in protest partly at the distribution of economic resources. read more

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California to make changes to protect drinkingwater supplies from oil field injections

AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Ellen Knickmeyer, The Associated Press Posted Feb 9, 2015 3:40 pm MDT California to make changes to protect drinking-water supplies from oil field injections SAN FRANCISCO – California is proposing broad changes in the way it protects underground water sources from oil and gas operations, after finding 2,500 instances in which the state authorized oil and gas operations in protected water aquifers.State oil and gas regulators on Monday released a plan they sent the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency last week for bringing the state back into compliance with federal safe-drinking water requirements.An ongoing state and federal review has determined the state has repeatedly authorized oil-industry injection into aquifers that were supposed to be protected as current or potential sources of water for drinking and watering crops and livestock.An Associated Press analysis found hundreds of the now-challenged state permits for oilfield injection into protected aquifers have been granted since 2011, despite growing EPA warnings about oilfield threats to the state’s underground water reserves.“It’s a problem that needs our very close attention and an urgent path forward,” Steve Bohlen, head of the state Department of Conservation’s oil and gas division, told reporters Monday.Bohlen said 140 of those 2,553 injection wells were of primary concern to the state now, because they were actively injecting oil-field fluids into aquifers with especially designated good water quality.State water officials currently are reviewing those 140 oil-field wells to see which are near water wells and to assess any contamination of water aquifers from the oil and gas operations, Bohlen said.The U.S. EPA had given the state until Friday to detail how it would deal with current injection into protected water aquifers and stop future permitting of risky injection.The plan submitted by the state outlines plans and timelines for dealing with current risks. The proposal also recommends regulatory changes for oversight of oil and gas operations and water aquifers.An AP analysis of state records showed 46 per cent of those 2,553 oil-field injection wells were approved or began injection after 2011, despite the state’s drought and what were then increasing federal warnings that California was not doing enough to protect potential underground water sources from contamination by oil fields.California regulators said they believe that the actual percentage is lower than state records show, but they added they do not know how much lower.California is the country’s third-largest oil-producing state. read more

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EYEWITNESS The return…

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedEYEWITNESS: Between a rock and a hard place…February 20, 2018In “EYEWITNESS”EYEWITNESS: Unchartered territory…January 5, 2019In “EYEWITNESS”EYEWITNESS: Can’t touch this…March 14, 2018In “EYEWITNESS” …of PNC nationalisationWell…well…well! There’s only so long a fella can hide his true nature; isn’t it so? The other foot has dropped – after the unilateral authoritarian hints — and the APNU/AFC Government has revealed what it’s always been: the unreconstructed PNC in all its gory!There were some folks who thought Granger might’ve been speaking metaphorically when he promised to fulfil his mentor Burnham’s legacy. But now that the APNU/AFC has nationalised the Berbice Bridge, there should be no doubt this is PNC regime, tout court!And let’s not even quibble that the takeover of the BBCI isn’t REALLY a “nationalisation”.When it comes to the Public-Private Partnership arrangement that built the Bridge, there’s a CONTRACT that governs the relationship between BBCI – a private company – and the Government. The Government has flagrantly violated and breached the terms of the contract when it suddenly declared it will “temporarily run the Bridge”.Invoking “threat to public safety” isn’t even a fig leaf to hide the brazen violation of the sanctity of contracts in a market economy. What threat was there? The tolls announced by BCCI couldn’t take effect UNTIL THE MINISTER SIGNED OFF ON IT!! Until then it was just talk,which couldn’t be legally enforced!! The PNC-Government Ministers had consistently and adamantly refused to enter into discussions with BCCI to work out some other solution to the fix in which the managers of the bridge had found themselves; which was: to deal with the cash crunch that prevented them from servicing the loans, rather than plunging into bankruptcy. The BBCI had suggested the contract be extended for another twenty years, so that the annual payments would be reduced drastically. This wasn’t even given SHORT shrift, since, before a promised Cabinet consultation could be convened, the axe was dropped!There had been speculation that the whole Bridge crisis was engineered by the “dead meat”AFC component of the Government to effect a Lazarus-type resurrection. After all, the Chairman of the BCCI and the Minister of Public Infrastructure (MPI) were both AFC executives – and “besties” to boot!! But your Eyewitness thinks no way in purgatory would the AFC dare implement the nationalisation move on their own; they just don’t have the testicular fortitude! This is PNC!So, in addition to allowing their true nature to finally surface, the PNC are using the nationalisation move to also see how far the AFC personnel would betray their party to try and survive the imminent LGE test.  The question now is: How far will the PNC go?Back in the 1970s, they were willing to buck the USA and nationalise the Texas aluminium giant Reynold’s Berbice bauxite operations.Will they now go after the Texas oil giant Exxon?…of the instigators?Back in the 1970s, while the PNC had early on declared they wanted to ‘control the commanding heights of the economy,’ they were prodded by elements that supported them. In the present iteration of the PNC, there are still the diehard socialist Burnhamites around, like Granger and Alexander. But could it be that the ASCRIA’ites, like Thomas et al from the WPA, might also be stoking the fire?In the parliamentary debate of Feb 27, 1971, to nationalise Bauxite, UF member E. Da Silva had quoted from an ASCRIA newsletter: “Ahwee Freedom Come!”“For over fifty years we toiled and sweated for those Canadian bastards. We enjoyed the most inhuman conditions — inadequate water supply, unfair income, rotten health service, poor housing facilities and last but not least, the fraudulent R.I.L.A. and Demba Thrift Plan.Yes, all this and more we suffered. And all this time, those Canadian bitches were reaping the fat of our labour, while turning a deaf ear and a Nelson’s eye to our problems!”Sounds like the rhetoric around Exxon’s contract, doesn’t it?…darknessSadly, then, with the nationalisation of the Berbice Bridge, the PNC-led Government has brought back the darkness of the seventies into Guyana – ironically, as the nation celebrates Diwali!!But it’ll take more than lighting diyas to remove THIS darkness!! Over to the Opposition!! read more

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VIDEO Australian police release video of Irish men involved in alleged assault

first_imgAUSTRALIAN POLICE HAVE released a video of two men with Irish accents that were involved in an alleged assault in the Southbank area of Melbourne.The Crimestoppers video states that the two men were involved in an alleged assault on a bridge two months ago.On Tuesday 18 March two men were standing on Princes Bridge in Southbank when they were allegedly punched and kicked by the two men being sought by police. Source: CrimeStoppersVicAU/YouTubePolice say they believe the two men with Irish accents can help them with their enquiries.One of the men wore a Gaelic football jersey with a Vodafone logo on the front.Crimestoppers AU can be contacted through their website.Read: 23-year-old Irish man dies after assault in Australia>last_img read more

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Obésité infantile lOMS émet de nouvelles recommandations

first_imgObésité infantile : l’OMS émet de nouvelles recommandationsDans le cadre de sa stratégie mondiale pour l’alimentation, l’exercice physique et la santé, l’Organisation mondiale de la santé pointe du doigt le problème de l’obésité infantile et émet de nouvelles recommandations.L’obésité infantile est de plus en plus importante dans le monde, et est notamment due à la mauvaise alimentation des enfants et le manque d’activités physiques. Ainsi, l’OMS accuse, entre autres, les publicités et les stratégies de commercialisation des aliments et boissons à destination des enfants, de ne pas favoriser une alimentation saine. Plusieurs recommandations concernant cette commercialisation des aliments et boissons pour les enfants avaient été émises lors de la 63e assemblée mondiale de la santé qui a eu lieu en mai 2010.Aujourd’hui, l’OMS rappelle qu’une mauvaise alimentation peut avoir pour conséquence d’augmenter le risque de développer des maladies, et cela d’autant plus si cette mauvaise alimentation est adoptée dès le plus jeune âge. L’Organisation mondiale de la santé aimerait promouvoir les régimes à faible teneur en graisse et sucre pour les enfants. De plus, il apparaitrait que la publicité télévisée aurait également un très lourd impact sur les préférences alimentaires de la jeunesse ainsi que sur leur mode de consommation. L’une des recommandations de l’organisation est notamment d’interdire la présence d’aliments trop salés, trop gras ou trop sucrés dans les établissements destinés à accueillir les enfants.Le 26 janvier 2011 à 13:27 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

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Samantha WilliamsGlinton laid to rest on Saturday

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 10 Aug 2015 – Celebrated public prosecutor Samantha Williams- Glinton was laid to rest. The young woman, who has been hailed across the length and breadth of the islands unique and ahead of her time with uncommon talent in the area of law and leadership was with funeral at Paradise Baptist Church on Saturday; she died of health complications on July 12, 2015 at the Cheshire Hall Medical Center. Four year old gunshot victim takes rest in the Bight Conrad Howell to be laid to rest this weekend Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Related Items:laid, samantha williams-glinton Sorrowful season at Abundant Life Church in Provo; two being mournedlast_img read more

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5 injured as gunfire shot on JaPa rally

first_img.At least five people sustained bullet injuries as miscreants opened fire on a campaign of Jatiya Party candidate from Chattogram-16 at Chambal in Bashkhali upazila on Friday evening.The rally of JaPa candidate Mahmudul Islam Chowdhury came under the attack in the evening, said Md Kamal Hossain, officer-in-charge of Bashkhali police station.Afruzul Haque Tutul, additional police superintendent (South) of Chattogram, said Mahmudul’s supporters protested the attack by blocking Bashkhali-Chattogram road and disconnecting electricity supply in Bailchhari.The JaPa activists alleged that the supporters of Awami League MP and the party nominated candidate of the constituency Mostafizur Rahman carried out the gun attack.Meanwhile, police brought the situation under control around 9 pm, said Afruzul Haque.Police were conducting operation to arrest the attackers, he added.last_img read more

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first_img News | Ultrasound Imaging | July 31, 2019 Studies Confirm Clinical Value of ShearWave Elastography for Liver Fibrosis Evaluation SuperSonic Imagine announced the publication of the results of its prospective multicentric clinical study conducted in… read more Related Content Dr. Victor Mor-Avi of the University of Chicago accepts the 2014 ASEF Research Award at Summit 2014.October 6, 2014 — The ASE Education and Research Foundation hosted a one-day event, Value-Based Healthcare: Summit 2014, Sept. 12 in Washington, D.C., which gathered thought leaders from across the healthcare spectrum to discuss cardiac imaging in the new value-based healthcare paradigm. The Summit culminated with the announcement that the ASE Foundation’s largest research grant in its history, a $200,000 multi-year grant, has been awarded to a research team from the University of Chicago led by Victor Mor-Avi, Ph.D., FASE, director of cardiac imaging research. The team also includes Amit R. Patel, M.D., director of cardiac magnetic resonance imaging and computed tomography; Francesco Maffessanti, Ph.D., post-doctoral scholar; and Roberto M. Lang, M.D., FASE, director of cardiac imaging laboratories.The proposal, titled Echocardiographic Evaluation of Hemodynamic Significance of Coronary Stenosis in Patients with Chest Pain Undergoing CT Angiography, aims to utilize 3-D echocardiography in patients with acute chest pain as a way to assess the functional significance of coronary stenosis detected by computed tomography coronary angiography (CTCA). According to Mor-Avi, “in the United States alone every year, more than 8 million people require emergency evaluation for acute chest pain, with the estimated cost of over $10 billion.” While non-invasive CTCA has become widely accepted as an effective first-line diagnostic tool in these patients, abnormal findings on this test often result in downstream stress testing. Specifically, choosing appropriate management for patients with intermediate-grade stenosis is challenging because the impact of the disease is unclear.Mor-Avi explained that this project “will explore the possibility of ‘fusion’ of CTCA and 3-D echocardiography for combined assessment of coronary stenosis and its functional significance, which may help in identifying patients who need intervention, and may thus have important implications in terms of reducing the number of unnecessary tests and resulting in significant savings.”Cardiovascular ultrasound, also known as echocardiography, is the most widely used imaging technique to diagnose heart disease, performed on more than 20 million patients in the United States each year. Yet in this era of growing Medicare expenditures and federal budget deficits, increasing emphasis has been placed on demonstrating the value of any given test or procedure. As Summit Chair Benjamin F. Byrd III, M.D, FASE noted in his opening address, one of the primary goals of Summit 2014. was to “bring decision makers together to foster proactive conversation on the ways to demonstrate the ‘value’ of imaging, especially echocardiography, in future U.S.-based healthcare.” Providing funding for this research project tangibly demonstrates the Society’s commitment to fostering innovation in clinical care based on data-driven decisions.As the largest global organization for cardiovascular ultrasound imaging, the American Society of Echocardiography (ASE) is the leader and advocate, setting practice standards and guidelines. Comprised of over 16,000 physicians, sonographers, nurses and scientists, ASE is a strong voice providing guidance, expertise and education to its members with a commitment to improving the practice of ultrasound and imaging of the heart and cardiovascular system for better patient outcomes. For more information: www.asecho.org FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | October 06, 2014 Grant Awarded to See if Echo Can Detect Significant Coronary Lesions in Chest Pain Patients Video Player is loading.GE Cardiographe cardiac CT scanner at SCCT19Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:38Loaded: 26.15%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:38 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Medical imaging plays an increasing role in the accurate… read more Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a Siemens Go.Top Dedicated Cardiac Scanner This is a quick walk around of the new Siemens Somatom Go.top cardiovascular edition compact computed tomography (CT) read more Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a GE Cardiographe Dedicated Cardiac CT Scanner This is a quick walk around of the GE Healthcare Cardiographe dedicated cardiac CT system on display at the… read more News | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 06, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Improves Heart Attack Risk Assessment When used with a common heart scan, machine learning, a type of artificial intelligence (AI), does better than… read more last_img read more

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Watson Come Here … Radiology Needs You

first_img A 3-D printed model (left) and a model constructed in augmented reality (right), both of a kidney with a tumor. In both models, the kidney is clear; the tumor is visible in purple on the AR model and in white on the 3-D printed model. Photo courtesy of Nicole Wake, Ph.D. Feature | August 05, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Topics in July 2019 August 5, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology New (ITN) magazine website fr read more Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: The History of CT Calcium Scoring Arthur Agatston, M.D., clinical pro read more Video Player is loading.Cynthia McCollough explains new advances in CT technologyPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 13:56Loaded: 1.17%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -13:56 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Arthur Agatston explains the history of CT calcium scoring Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 9:54Loaded: 1.67%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -9:54 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Video Player is loading.Cynthia McCollough discusses bridging diversity gaps in medical physicsPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 6:05Loaded: 2.67%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -6:05 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Feature | Advanced Visualization | July 02, 2019 | By Jeff Zagoudis Augmented Reality Versus 3-D Printing for Radiology Three-dimensional (3-D) printing and… read more Advances in long-length digital radiography are creating opportunities for visualization during spinal surgery, as well as pre- and post-operatively. Image courtesy of Fujifilm Medical Systems Feature | Radiology Imaging | July 29, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr Imaging Market in U.S. Could Rise In Coming Years The coming years may be good for the medical imaging community in the United States. But they will not be easy. read more Videos | Artificial Intelligence | July 03, 2019 VIDEO: Artificial Intelligence May Assist in Pediatric Imaging Sudhen Desai, M.D., FSIR, read more Videos | Computed Tomography (CT) | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: New Advances in CT Imaging Technology Cynthia McColl… read more The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. 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Trouble keeping up with peer-reviewed literature. These can spell trouble for radiologists. But machines are prone to none of them. Possibly best of all, artificially intelligent machines can fill in where needed … doing what has to be done, regardless of the circumstances.IBM is counting on Watson Health to be one of those machines.The company is building Watson Health, its artificial intelligence (AI) platform, to perform tasks that will benefit radiologists. Topping that list is summarizing the information in electronic medical records to provide the context that will help radiologists interpret images. A close second is an audit service that in one configuration looks for things that have been missed, in others expedites early interventions that can mitigate diseases that contribute to high mortality or cost. Cracking the top three on Watson’s list of possible applications is one that manages the radiologist’s worklist, providing radiological triage that moves cases up and down, depending on patient need. (A similar AI-enabled program, developed by vRAD, is nearing routine use. See “Will Artificial Intelligence Find a Home in PACS?”)Ultimately these developers want to see Watson Health perform more sophisticated tasks, identifying cancers, circling suspicious masses and making the measurements that can help determine the effect of therapy or recurrence of disease.The goal is to make the most of medical images and improve patient care, so as to help radiologists, not take their place, said Steven Tolle, an executive at IBM/Merge, the corporate conglomerate formed through the acquisition last fall of Merge Healthcare.“Watson is not diagnosing the patient and certainly not replacing physicians,” said Tolle, chief strategy officer and president of iConnect Network Services.While the search to image-enable the enterprise has helped many physicians by providing them with images that in the past had been only available to radiologists, not much has been done for radiologists. Watson’s EMR application would change that. Scheduled to be ready for use this year, it could find and summarize for radiologists information contained in the medical record, providing patient demographics, history and laboratory results. Watson Health might present these along with images from the patient’s prior exams.IBM/Merge is not the first to work on a bridge from radiology to the EMR (see “Going Along to Get Along”). But Big Blue is the first to use AI in its construction.Also scheduled for 2016 is a Watson Health “audit service,” Tolle said. This AI-enabled diagnostic workstation might help, for example, by prompting referring physicians to do follow-ups recommended by the radiologist.“The radiologist might have read a chest CT, seen a nodule, and recommended follow-up in six months,” Tolle said. “We want to make sure that somebody schedules a follow-up exam of that patient.”IBM plans to implement this audit service for high-priority diseases — top priorities are cardiovascular disease; cancers of the breast, skin, lung; and COPD— as well as diseases that impose high costs of care, such as diabetes and Alzheimer’s.Watson Health will also provide technologies designed to make radiology more efficient and more effective. In the near future, Watson may juggle the order of cases on the radiologist worklist to give precedence to emergent needs. Brain bleeds would elbow their way to the top of the worklist, boosted there by a filter that recognizes patterns associated with intracranial hemorrhage.To be of further help, Watson is being trained to provide access to peer-reviewed journals and medical texts relevant to the case being interpreted. Using pattern matching algorithms, similar to those used for facial recognition, Watson might look for images in a database that appear similar. These might serve as examples presented to the radiologist along with diagnostic “suggestions,” as Tolle calls them, generated by Watson.“We want to provide options for the physician to consider,” he said.Efficiency would be further improved, if Watson could learn to take over highly skilled but time-consuming tasks such as identifying and outlining masses, measuring them, and transposing the measurements into the radiology report. Initially Watson’s suggestions would be presented separately from the image being interpreted by the radiologist in another window or on a different monitor. The radiologist would always control what suggestions are accepted.“Today the radiologist does this,” said Tolle, noting that in the future this might be delegated to Watson. “We are trying to streamline the radiologist’s workflow.”Editor’s note: This is the second blog in a series of four by industry consultant Greg Freiherr on Working With Smart Machines. You can read the first blog, Will Artificial Intelligence Find a Home in PACS?, here. Related Content Videos | AAPM | July 23, 2019 VIDEO: Bridging Diversity in Medical Physics to Improve Patient Care Cynthia McColl… read more Blog | Greg Freiherr, Industry Consultant | PACS| February 10, 2016 Watson, Come Here … Radiology Needs You last_img read more

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first_imgRelated posts:New beach hotel planned for Cabo Velas, Guanacaste Costa Rica’s capital wins ‘Travel Oscar’ Beach, mountain hotels report 88 percent occupancy for the holidays Renovation of Hotel Costa Rica sparks criticism A new hotel from theHilton Garden Inn franchise on Wednesday officially opened across the street from La Sabana Park, west of downtown San José.The 115-room hotel occupies the top seven floors of La Sabana Business Center, a 20-store tower that also hosts offices, restaurants and other businesses.General Manager Sandor Tupi said the hotel began operating in mid-May with a $40 million investment by Desarrolladora Parque La Sabana S.A., a business group formed by investors from Costa Rica, Panama and Colombia.“The group signed a Hilton Worldwide franchise to operate a hotel under its Garden Inn franchise brand,” Tupi said.Another business group currently operates a Hilton Garden Inn in Liberia, Guanacaste, and the groups are holding negotiations to offer hosting packages at both hotels, said Marketing and Sales Manager Ludwing Díaz.The new hotel targets both business and leisure customers. It also aims at attracting executive and other business customers as well as frequent leisure travelers. “These are customers who are already familiar with our hotels, and [our] quality service at a reasonable price,” Díaz said.Hilton will compete against other hotels in the surroundings of La Sabana Park including the Crowne Plaza San José Corobicí, Tryp San José Sabana, Park Inn By Radisson San José and Barceló San José Palacio.Renovation of iconic Hotel Costa RicaThe same investor group last year acquired the Gran Hotel Costa Rica and on Wednesday confirmed the hotel will undergo renovation in coming months.Díaz told The Tico Times that in the past year and a half the group has undertaken studies of the terrain and of the building’s architectural structure.They also are consulting with the Culture Ministry’s Heritage Conservation Center, as the nearly 85-year-old hotel was declared a Historical and Architectural Heritage building in 2005.“We still are in the planning stage of the project, as any renovation must be carefully planned in order to comply with all regulations from the hotel’s historical status,” Díaz said.The Gran Hotel Costa Rica was inaugurated in October 1930, with U.S. architect Victor Lorenz in charge of the project.The hotel’s suites hosted several important visitors including U.S. presidents John F. Kennedy, Harry Truman and Jimmy Carter, Hollywood actor John Wayne, Mexican comedian Mario “Cantinflas” Moreno, Panamanian boxing champion Roberto “Mano de Piedra” Durán and Brazil’s biggest football star, Pelé. A Tico Times archive photo from the early 1980s shows tourists at the Grand Hotel Costa Rica, across from another landmark of San José, the National Theater. María Esquivel & Katherine Lambert/The Tico Times Facebook Commentslast_img read more

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first_imgSource = RACV Resorts RACV Resorts topping the nationRACV Resorts topping the nationRACV’s leisure portfolio has once again been recognised by Trip Adviser as among the best in Australia. RACV’s Torquay Resort was included in the Top 25 Hotels in Australia, and both our Noosa and Torquay Resorts were named in the Top 25 Luxury Hotels in Australia.“Competition in the resort sector has intensified, and it is great to see recognition of our efforts to ensure that RACV’s Resorts maintain an industry leading position.”, said Craig Peachey, Executive General Manager of Leisure for RACV.“The fact that RACV Noosa and RACV Torquay Resorts are ranked so highly year after year is testament to the dedication our staff have to consistently deliver experiences of the highest quality to our members and guests. Guests recognise the service provided by our fantastic resorts team, and this personalised service is very important to us.”, Mr Peachey said.Next year RACV will open its new Cape Schanck Resort facilities on the Mornington Peninsula, which will add a new level of luxury to RACV’s already significant Resorts portfolio. The expanded Cape Schanck Resort will feature 204 accommodation rooms and suites, day spa facilities, an 18 hole championship golf course, plus flexible conference and event facilities capable of seating up to 300 guests banquet style.“These awards, coupled with our ongoing investment in our Resorts portfolio demonstrate RACV’s commitment to providing the best leisure experiences for all Victorians”, Mr Peachey said.last_img read more

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first_img Three challenges for the Colombian avocado sector … “Based on the market access request submitted by Colombia, we considered the pathway to include the following processes and conditions: washing,” APHIS said.”The risk ratings in this risk assessment are contingent upon the application of all components of the pathway as described in this document.”Although Colombia is a huge producer of mangoes, it only exports a very small proportion of that fruit to overseas markets, with Europe and Canada among its main destinations. Colombia produces mangoes year-round, but with peak volumes arriving in May through September.  Panalpina expands LatAm perishable export network … You might also be interested in Colombia: TR4 suspected on two banana farms … center_img The U.S. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Agency (APHIS) is seeking comments on the draft pest risk assessment it has published for proposed Colombian fresh mango imports.The organization is welcoming comments on the document until May 1.If approved, U.S. importers would be able to source from one of Latin America’s biggest mango-growing countries to complement supplies from countries including Mexico, Peru, Ecuador, Brazil, Australia and Guatemala. Colombia: ICA confirms TR4 quarantine in effect on … April 01 , 2019 last_img read more

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