Jeremy Nettle

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Wireless technology enables clinicians to continuously monitor their patients' conditions remotely. This allows doctors to leverage data to make informed decisions and interventions with immediacy, thereby reducing or eliminating hospital stays, driving down costs and improving outcomes. Remote monitoring initiatives rely on a sophisticated end-to-end IT(More)
Accurate registration of a section 13 mm in depth in different patients or reregistration in the same patient during whole body computed tomography is a significant problem. The method described here attempts to overcome some of these difficulties. The feasibility of using the EMI Scanner X-ray tube and a pair of Kodak Lanex intensifying screens in a vacuum(More)
Eleven patients have been examined by whole body CT employing the EMI CT 5000 following lumbar injection of 10 ml of metrizamide (Amipaque) 170 mg I/ml. The distribution, flow and dilution of the contrast medium have been investigated. The results suggest that whilst metrizamide is necessary in the spinal canal to demonstrate the neural axis and pathologic(More)
Objective and subjective assessments are made on four film-screen combinations at 140 kV for use on an EMI body scanner. The combinations used were: 3M XD film + Trimax Alpha 8 screens; Agfa Gevaert RP film + MR600 screens; Kodak Ortho G film + Lanex regular screens and Ilford type S film + rare earth rapid R screens. The objective assessment is based on(More)
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