GE Healthcare

Health & Science
1:17 pm
Fri February 14, 2014

Magnetic Resonance Imaging Evolving at GE, Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare

Patient comfort is important when it comes to magnetic resonance imaging machines.
Credit © Dave Lauridsen 2012

 

Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews Richard Hausmann and Robert Weisbecker.

A few months ago, we brought you a story about making imaging machines, like CT scanners, more child-friendly.  The issue was that the devices were so intimidating to children that it was affecting the ability of technicians to get good results.

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Health & Science
3:13 pm
Wed September 25, 2013

'Scary' CT Scans Get Kid-Friendly Makeover

A coral-themed CT scanner is one of the many designs created by Doug Dietz as part of his Adventure Series of imaging machines.
GE Healthcare

Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews Doug Dietz, innovation architect at Waukesha-based GE Healthcare.

Anyone whose gotten a CT scan knows how disconcerting the process can be. The machines might do excellent diagnostic work, but they also frighten many young patients.

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Health & Science
5:36 pm
Sat September 7, 2013

GE Healthcare, NFL Partner to Improve Concussion Diagnoses

Microbleeds in the brain
Credit Dr. Robert Carlier, Dr. Frederic Colas, CHU Raymond Poincaré in France

Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews Baldev Ahuwalia, premium segment manager in MRI for GE Healthcare.

The Green Bay Packers’ season begins with a Sunday afternoon struggle against the San Francisco 49ers.  But the struggle is a different one for players who have sustained head injuries.

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