A local radiology resident was given the highly coveted “Resident of the Month” award earlier this week after a medicine attending wrote him one of the most positive nominations we have ever seen. Dr. Ryan Sterling was very honored to receive the ward, claiming it will take away a lot of the negative stereotype surrounding radiology.Continue reading “Internal Medicine Doc Absolutely Floored That Radiology Resident Knows What Blood Pressure Is”
The medical community is abuzz after the MRI of a 54 year-old Ontario man, Wade Lafreniere’s, right shoulder was reported as “normal”. To date, it is the first documented case of a normal shoulder MRI in a patient over the age of 30. Radiology was unable to list any pathology to rule out and clinical correlation was not recommended.
Houston, TX – Continuing advancements in technology allow scientists to make incredible discoveries regarding our universe. Widely publicized photos of a black hole took the internet by storm earlier this year, and since then scientists have discovered more black holes in locations that may surprise some – radiology reading rooms.Continue reading “Scientists Conclude Radiology Reading Rooms Are Black Holes”
Local business, charities, and politicians all rubbed shoulders on Saturday night at this year’s annual Patient Partnership Award Night at the historic New York City Botanical Gardens. The most coveted award of the night went to a man named David Price, who went above and beyond expectations, doing the impossible.Continue reading “Awards Night Honors Guy Who Actually Remembered To Bring His Medication List To Appointment”
Palo Alto, CA – Do you ever get bothered that so many catheters, speculums, plastic urinals, etc. are wasted in hospitals on a daily basis? Lament no more! Recycling enthusiasts are celebrating this week after news that a new company will be using various disposable hospital items for other practical purposes. Here are some examples:Continue reading “You Won’t Believe These 5 Brilliant, Practical Ways To Recycle Used Medical Equipment”
Madison, WI – The cool looking machines that apply a Herculean amount of force on your chest to perform CPR are giving out free hugs this weekend at a local health fair. The event is part of a fundraiser to raise CPR awareness, and everyone will have the chance to feel like a train is hitting their chest at 9,000 MPH.Continue reading “CPR Machine Giving Out Free Hugs This Weekend”