DOTmed Business News reports MRI

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DOTmed Business News, a leading health care magazine catering to industry professionals, has published its October 2013 issue.

This month’s cover story takes a look at the latest innovations being introduced to MR coils in laboratory settings and what’s being offered on the end-user side as well. .

Read about how researchers at NYU Medical Center are bringing innovations to the field and the latest news on trends with info from BC Technical, MR Instruments and NeoCoil.

Other stories in this issue include:

An eye on MRI safety — MRI accidents have steadily been on the rise, but the current safety standards don’t have teeth.

Professionals from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Toshiba Healthcare, Esaote, Philips Healthcare, Siemens, GE, Frost & Sullivan and more offer up the latest news about one of health care’s big machines.

Experts from ETS-Lindgren, National MRI Shielding, Magnetic Resonance Technology and more provide the knowledge you need.

Helium crisis averted?

The lockdown for ICD-10 adoption is just days away. Is your facility good to go?

“showcases the predictions of leading industry experts and their thoughts about where their sector will be in five to 10 years. This month, we feature Chuck was the publisher of Modern Healthcare for more than 30 years and offers some insight this month about where health care journalism’s future lies.

DOTmed.com, Inc. is the leading public medical equipment marketplace and the leader in online medical equipment auctions with more than 10 years’ experience. With more than 250,000 listings and 170,000 registered users, DOTmed is revolutionizing the medical equipment market place through innovation, access and programs that serve buyers and sellers alike. Visit to learn more. DOTmed Business News is a monthly print publication delivered to top health care executives every month with a BPA audited circulation of 31,000. It is also available on the iPad. Search “DOTmed” on the App Store to download.

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