Omega Medical attending 8th Annual St Louis Endoscopy Course

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Omega Medical Imaging will be exhibiting at the 8th Annual St. Louis Live Therapeutic Endoscopy Course July 18th-19th, in St. Louis, MO. Directed by renowned physicians Dr. Daniel Mullady and Dr. Steven Edmundowicz, the ASGE course is designed to increase knowledge, competency and practice of endoscopic treatments such as ERCP and EUS. Leading therapeutic endoscopy specialists […]

Leading Denmark Hospital Selects the e-view

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 Aarhus University Hospital equipped with first e-view in Europe The Endoscopy Unit at Aarhus University Hospital is one of the leading departments in gastrointestinal endoscopy in Europe. Positioned at the forefront of interventional endoscopy the unit is well known for their substantial research activities focused within three main areas: diseases of the liver, pancreas and […]

Optimization of Radiation Exposure During ERCP

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In a recent clinical study published in Gastroenterology Research and Practice, Dr. Khalid Alzimami et al illustrate their findings on a series of 153 ERCP exams between two groups, both performed by seasoned advanced endoscopists. The different groups used different radiation exposure factors and different lead protection as well. Within this study, several key notes […]

Omega e-view Installed At Hillcrest Medical Center

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Omega Medical Imaging is proud to announce that they have completed the installation of an e-View Interventional Endoscopy system at Hillcrest Medical Center in Tulsa, OK. The system is Omega Medical Imaging’s flagship GI lab, featuring a 14” image intensifier and our proprietary lead-shielding around the image intensifier and table, reducing scatter radiation to the […]

Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Spotlight Interview in EP Lab Digest

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Florida Hospital Zephyrhills, an Omega Medical Imaging client, is a 139-bed regional medical center located in East Pasco County. It is a member of the Florida Hospital network of Adventist Health System, the largest health care provider in the state of Florida. Florida Hospital Zephyrhills has been nationally recognized by the American Heart Association, the […]

The American Medical Association Declares Obesity A Disease

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In a landmark decision that could have a dramatic impact on the lives of millions of Americans, the American Medical Association voted Tuesday to officially recognize obesity as a disease, drawing a clear distinction between what has long been regarded as a consequence of lifestyle and a medical illness. “Recognizing obesity as a disease will […]

Florida Hospital installs Omega e-View FP

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Just in time for Digestive Disease Week 2013 in Orlando, Florida, Omega is proud to announce the completion of the installation of an e-View FP with Heavy Lift, 800lbs capacity table at Florida Hospital’s Center for Interventional Endoscopy.  The system is centrally located in Florida Hospital’s Orlando campus, and is just miles away from Omega […]

Omega Medical Imaging to sponsor 18th Annual Advanced Endoscopy Update

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Omega Medical Imaging is proud to announce the Gold Sponsorship of the 18th Annual Advanced Endoscopy Update, May 21st to 23rd in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. The Advanced Endoscopy Update will have live case demonstrations performed on an Omega e-View FP transmitted from Florida Hospital Orlando new Center for Interventional Endoscopy.  Course directors and faculty […]

Building Imaging Equipment For A Heavier Patient Population

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The US and global population is getting heavier, and according to the World Health Organization, worldwide obesity has nearly doubled since 1980. With the upsurge in the obese population and bariatric surgeries that hospitals have experienced in the last 18 months, equipment manufacturers like Omega Medical Imaging have started redesigning and catering to the needs of […]

Occupational Radiation Exposure Linked to Left-Sided Brain Tumors

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Disproportionate reports of left-sided brain tumors in interventional physicians with sustained practices involving radiation may suggest a causal relation to occupational radiation exposure, according to study data published in the American Journal of Cardiology. Following up on their report of nine recent cases of brain cancer in interventional cardiologists, researchers received 22 more cases from […]