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Quantifying the Increase in Radiation Exposure Associated with SPECT/CT Compared to SPECT Alone for Routine Nuclear Medicine Examinations
Purpose. We quantify the additional radiation exposure in terms of effective dose incurred by patients in the CT portion of SPECT/CT examinations. Methods. The effective dose from a variety of commonExpand
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Absolute, spatially resolved, in situ CO profiles in atmospheric laminar counter-flow diffusion flames using 2.3 μm TDLAS
We developed a new, spatially traversing, direct tunable diode laser absorption spectrometer (TDLAS) for quantitative, calibration-free, and spatially resolved in situ measurements of CO profiles inExpand
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In situ TDLAS measurement of absolute acetylene concentration profiles in a non-premixed laminar counter-flow flame
Acetylene (C2H2), as an important precursor for chemiluminescence species, is a key to understand, simulate and model the chemiluminescence and the related reaction paths. Hence we developed a highExpand
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More than just social. Hospital leaders discover the revenue cycle gains from social media.
  • S. Wagner
  • Medicine, Business
  • Healthcare informatics : the business magazine…
  • 1 June 2010
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Will RAC change RCM? Hospital leaders are gearing up for the potential of RAC audits to impact the revenue cycle management process.
  • S. Wagner
  • Medicine, Engineering
  • Healthcare informatics : the business magazine…
  • 1 May 2010
Hospital leaders making headway in anticipating the potential impact of possible RAC audits under the Medicare program are examining their revenue cycle management programs and making those RCMExpand
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Dignity and style. Bariatric furniture designs hit their stride.
  • S. Wagner
  • Medicine, Engineering
  • Health facilities management
  • 1 April 2007
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Role of core biopsy system for breast remains uncertain.
British intelligence and policy in the Palestine mandate, 1919-1939
This research argues that during the inter-war years in Palestine, British power was dependent upon intelligence. Intelligence was fundamental to the security of the country, since it varyinglyExpand
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