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Sectra Education User Conference 2019
This year our conference venue will be at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden’s beautiful capital city, Stockholm. Karolinska Institutet is one of the world’s most prestigious medical universities an...
Event | Medical education
Page | Medical education
Solution area
Product | Medical education
Video | Medical education
Digital pathology pilot predicts prosperity
When it comes to digital medicine, digital pathology is very late to the game. But its time is coming. The benefits could be many: Bolstering the capabilities, efficiency and reach of individual patho...
Case | Digital pathology
SBI/ACR 2019
We welcome you to join Sectra at booth #411 at the 2019 SBI/ACR Breast Imaging Symposium — the Society of Breast Imaging’s annual symposium, which is the largest breast imaging conference in the w...
Event | Breast imaging
Sectra 3D Print
Printing orthopaedic cases in 3D offers several benefits. A printed 3D model allows for further surgical planning after a pre-operative plan has been created and can be used for educational purposes,...
Product | Orthopaedics
Telepathology an effective solution for a large Danish hospital
A Dutchman who reviews the skin samples of Danish patients while on holiday in Spain. This scenario is made possible thanks to a digital pathology solution from Sectra. “Without telepathology, I’d...
Case | Digital pathology | Share and collaborate
Dutch university for radiographers uses Sectra PACS
In 2017, Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen (UAS) implemented Sectra RIS and PACS to enable its Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy program (MIRT) to better mimic the clinical workflows...
Case | Medical education | Radiology imaging
15 benefits with digital pathology—UMCU share their experiences
University Medical Center Utrecht (UMCU) is the first hospital in the Netherlands—and one of the first hospitals in the world—that has completely switched to digital pathology. Not only do they ha...
Articles | Digital pathology
Product | Orthopaedics
Product | Medical education
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New technology improves anatomy training at Linköping University
Linköping University has ordered the Sectra Table and will be first in the world to apply this innovation in medical education. All seven under-graduate programs at Linköping Faculty of Health Scien...
Case | Medical education
Leading Swedish medical university modernizes its anatomy teaching
At Karolinska Institutet (KI), around 1,600 students yearly will benefit from using the Sectra Visualization Table in their anatomy education. KI, one of the world’s leading medical universities, ac...
Case | Medical education
Philipps-universität Marburg first in Germany to introduce innovative table
The Philipps-Universität Marburg was founded in 1527 and has since been a centre for both research and teaching. Today, it has nearly 23,000 students. The Faculty of Human Medicine is the largest fac...
Case | Medical education
Radiologists slash report turnaround time by 50%
Pioneering speech recognition in Landstinget Västmanland, Sweden, has significantly reduced lead times in radiology. Just six months after integrating Nuance’s SpeechMagic technology into their Sec...
Case | Radiology imaging
PACS & EMR integration: Carilion Clinic improves speed, connectivity and access
It was early 2015 when the team at Carilion Clinic decided they had outgrown their PACS and needed to replace their decade-old system. Software lockups were all too common, and they needed to amp up t...
Case | Radiology imaging | Enterprise imaging | Enterprise platform
St. Joseph’s/Candler takes measures to bolster dose minimizing efforts
Amidst increasing concern from patients, as well as increased publicity about the effects of radiation exposure, hospital systems like St. Joseph’s/Candler, serving Savannah and the four surrounding...
Case | Radiology imaging
Well-prepared before surgery with Sectra's orthopaedic solution
The University of Rostock was founded in 1419 and is the oldest university in Northern Europe. The history of the orthopaedic section at the university hospital dates from 1898. The orthopaedic clinic...
Case | Orthopaedics
Who can claim ownership of a pathology image?
I am confident that the advantages of digital pathology outweigh those of the analog workflow using a microscope. However, the benefit of glass slides being ‘vendor neutral’ in terms of being revi...
Industry reflections | Digital pathology
Where and how digitization affects the pathology workflow
Until recently, using a conventional light microscope has been standard practice for examining histopathology slides. However, the use of digital pathology is on the rise and many pathology labs are n...
Articles | Digital pathology
Proper integration is key in achieving efficiency in digital workflows—four tips on important demands to impose on your suppliers
Digital pathology has great potential to increase the efficiency and quality of anatomical pathology. A good digital workplace supports the daily work in everything from simple tasks, such as combinin...
Articles | Digital pathology
The path to collaboration—why and how pathology will digitize
Digital pathology is expected to be the next big digitisation in healthcare and with good reason, writes Jane Rendall, UK managing director at Sectra.
Industry reflections | Digital pathology
Patient-centered care: Building the connected healthcare enterprise
Clinical studies have long proven that patient-centered care reduces variability, improves quality in clinical practice and patient outcomes and reduces cost. This is the shared goal of healthcare’s...
Articles | Enterprise imaging | Radiology imaging
Supporting digital full-scale primary diagnostics in pathology
Pathology, a labor-intense and historically heavily analogue discipline, is now undergoing digitization. Departments are investing in scanners for the digitization of images and pathologists are adapt...
Articles | Digital pathology
Marketing dose monitoring and reduction to patients
As initiatives for radiation-dose reduction take root in health systems and hospitals around the country—driven, in some cases, by state legislation mandating dose tracking and reporting—these org...
Articles | Radiology imaging
Integrating breast tomo into the women’s imaging service line
Digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) was approved in the US for use as a supplement to traditional mammography following FDA review of two studies in which radiologists showed a 7% improvement in the ab...
Industry reflections | Breast imaging
Dose reduction and monitoring: Challenges and recommendations
In the wake of the Cedars-Sinai CT overexposure scandal, California passed legislation in 2012 mandating the monitoring and reporting of CT-exam radiation dose; since then, dose-monitoring legislation...
Articles | Radiology imaging
Breast tomosynthesis and the PACS: The journey to sustainable workflow
The emergence of a new, powerful imaging modality is cause for both celebration and consternation, and digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) has proven no exception to this rule, according to participant...
Articles | Breast imaging