On-demand ordering of chest radiographs reduced the number of chest radiographs in mechanically ventilated adults
- The Importance of Daily Routine Chest Radiography in Mechanically Ventilated Children. Alissa, Ahmed // Middle East Journal of Internal Medicine;Jan2014, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p6
Objective: To asses the usefulness of daily routine chest radiography in mechanically ventilated children. Methods: This retrospective study was conducted in a pediatric intensive care unit at Queen Rania Al-Abdullah Hospital for children during the period between February 1 and April 30, 2010....
- Clinical Images. Zafren, Ken; Basnyat, Buddha; Basnyat, Geeta // Wilderness & Environmental Medicine (Allen Press Publishing Serv;Spring2009, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p81
An image of a chest radiograph is presented.
- Routine preoperative chest radiography in non-cardiopulmonary surgery. Rees, A.M.; Roberts, C.J.; Bligh, A.S.; Evans, K.T. // British Medical Journal;5/29/1976, Vol. 1 Issue 6021, p1333
Focuses on the routine preoperative chest radiography in non-cardiopulmonary surgery in Great Britain. Information on the age, sex, type of operation performed for patients used as subjects; Classification of significant and non-significant abnormalities; Insufficiency of information on...
- Chest X-ray case study 3. Ash-Miles, Janice; Callaway, Mark // British Journal of Cardiac Nursing;May2009, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p218
A quiz based on a chest X-ray is presented.
- Kerley lines. // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009);2009, Issue 21, p1264
An encyclopedia entry for "Kerley lines," which refers to lines found on chest radiographs, is presented,
- Mediastinal Evaluation Utilizing the Reverse Trendelenburg Radiograph. Barker, Donald E.; Crabtree Jr., J. Dennie; White, James E.; Somberg, Lewis B.; Burns, R. Phillip // American Surgeon;May1999, Vol. 65 Issue 5, p484
Presents a study that evaluated reverse Trendelenburg anteroposterior chest placed in a mediastinal structure. Summary of the radiographic findings of aortic injury; Discussion of the findings.
- HARD-COPY VERSUS SOFT-COPY WITH AND WITHOUT SIMPLE IMAGE MANIPULATION FOR DETECTION OF PULMONARY NODULES AND MASSES. Kosuda, S.; Kaji, T.; Kobayashi, H.; Watanabe, M.; Iwasaki, Y.; Kusano, S. // Acta Radiologica;Sep2000, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p420
AbstractPurpose: To compare interpretation performance on soft-copy presentations, with and without simple image manipulation, and on unmodified hard-copy presentations with regard to detection of pulmonary nodules and masses. Material and Methods: Fifty chest digital radiograph combinations of...
- Literature reviews: Pediatric hematology-oncology. Lampe, John B.; Miller, Denis R. // Clinical Pediatrics;May1998, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p332
Discusses the abstract of the study `Routine Chest Radiography of Children with Cancer Hospitalized for Fever and Neutropenia. Is It Really Necessary?,' by D.N. Korones, M.R. Hussong and M.A. Gullace, published in a 1997 issue of `Cancer.'
- Routine Chest Radiographs in Hospital. // British Medical Journal;3/15/1975, Vol. 1 Issue 5958, p592
Focuses on the routine chest radiographs in hospitals in Great Britain. Estimation on the annual increase of radiologic examinations; Assessment on several diagnostic methods; Policy on considering chest radiographs as a routine screening procedure.