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This week we’re looking at a new app to assist physicians in emergency situations during air travel, how mind/body medicine is helping patients during biopsies and other invasive procedures, and the changing roles of radiologists as computer-based procedures pervade the field.

New Help for Docs in the Air Up There
While in flight, both doctors and patients could benefit from a new app, airRx, should an emergency situation arise.

Mind/Body Medicine Shows Results, Becoming More Routine
Patients are finding real relief from alternative medicine tools, such as “comfort talk,” a blend of visual imagery and positive suggestion developed by a radiologist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

Can Computers Free Up More Time for Radiologists?
In the not-so-distant future, radiologists may find they have more time to spend on tricky diagnoses as artificial intelligence increasingly catches more subtle pathology.

 

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