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 […]

Omega Medical Imaging Featured in Orlando Business Journal

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Omega Medical Imaging Inc. in Sanford — which competes against global giants like General Electric and Siemens — has big growth plans. Omega designs and builds X-ray C-arms used by doctors doing cardiac intervention, like putting a balloon into a patient’s heart to open a blocked vessel, as well in interventional endoscopy. “We’re a niche […]

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 […]

Lowering Radiation Exposure during ERCP

In an article in the GIE Journal, 2010, there was a direct correlation between the annual volume of ERCPs performed and the amount of fluoroscopy times required to complete these procedures. The study showed that endoscopists who performed <100 ERCPs in the preceding years needed approximately twice the fluoroscopy time compared to those physicians who […]