[caption id="attachment_3824" align="alignleft" width="109"] Lynn La Pietra, Ph.D., Senior Research Scientist, Carestream[/caption] [caption id="attachment_3825" align="alignleft" width="106"] John Yorkston, Ph.D., Senior Research Scientist, Carestream[/caption] Editor's note: read the more recent blog on a task-based observer study conducted with Hershey Medical Center on pediatric fracture detection.  Radiography trends related to

[caption id="attachment_3478" align="alignright" width="137"] Xiaohui Wang, Ph.D., Senior Research AssociateClinical Applications Research, Carestream[/caption] Grid usage in portable radiography is often sporadic and inconsistent. This causes greater variability in image quality, and a greater number of radiographs of poorer quality than those captured in the radiology department

[caption id="attachment_3920" align="alignleft" width="112"] Don Thompson, Digital Capture Solutions, Marketing Manager, Carestream U.S. & Canada[/caption] At last year’s annual meeting of the Association for Medical Imaging Management, radiology administrators had an opportunity to view a quick presentation and provide feedback on Carestream’s prototype DRX-Revolution Mobile X-ray

[caption id="attachment_1433" align="alignleft" width="150"] David H. Foos, Clinical Applications Research, Carestream[/caption] In recent conversations with clinical colleagues, the comment was made that “our sickest patients get the worst imaging." On further investigation I found that in portable chest imaging, anti-scatter grids are infrequently used, despite their