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Contract Signed for New Market in Port Maria

first_img Within the next 12 months, vendors and customers who use the market on Hodgson Street in Port Maria, St. Mary, are expected to have access to a new facility. Story Highlights This follows the signing of a $56-million contract that will see the commencement of work to replace the old structure. The new market, which will be able to accommodate 55 stalls, is expected to be more conducive to customers and vendors who use the facility. Within the next 12 months, vendors and customers who use the market on Hodgson Street in Port Maria, St. Mary, are expected to have access to a new facility.This follows the signing of a $56-million contract that will see the commencement of work to replace the old structure.Minister of Local Government and Community Development, Hon. Desmond McKenzie; Chairman of the St. Mary Municipal Corporation and Mayor of Port Maria, Councillor Richard Creary; Acting Permanent Secretary in the Ministry, Marsha Henry Martin; Acting Chief Executive Officer, St. Mary Municipal Corporation, Ethlyn Douglas; and Chief Executive Officer, Dutch Construction Limited, Andrew Smith, were the signatories.The signing ceremony took place at the Ministry of Local Government and Community Development, on Hagley Park Road in St. Andrew, on April 5.The new market, which will be able to accommodate 55 stalls, is expected to be more conducive to customers and vendors who use the facility.Addressing the ceremony, Mr. McKenzie said the Government is making a concerted effort to upgrade markets islandwide.He pointed out that work is expected to commence shortly, following the ground-breaking ceremony, which is expected to get under way in approximately two weeks.“Port Maria is critical; it is not just a major urban/rural centre but it is also a part of the bread basket that covers the Eastern part of the island, and whatever we can do to ensure viability, it is the intention of the Government to do that,” he said.Mr. McKenzie added that local government is the vehicle that takes services to the people and “it is our intention to support the efforts and work of the Municipal Corporations to ensure that we put them in a position to give service delivery”.Meanwhile, Mayor Creary said areas have been identified for the vendors to be relocated during the construction phase. He said these areas are in close proximity to the market.He expressed gratitude that the project is finally getting under way and noted that job opportunities will be provided for residents of the parish.The Mayor emphasised that once the market is completed, “there will be a zero-tolerance approach to vending on the streets, and people will have to go into the facility”.last_img read more

Province Approves District Health Authorities Business Plans

first_imgThe province has approved the business plans of Nova Scotia’s nine district health authorities. A key government commitment is timely approval of authorities’ budgets, and the plans were approved in record time so authorities can continue to provide quality care for Nova Scotians while planning future improvements. “The province asked the DHAs to put patients first and to ensure that Nova Scotians receive better care sooner,” said Maureen MacDonald, Minister of Health and Wellness. “These plans control cost pressures and are consistent with the province’s plan to live within its means.” Health-care costs have doubled over the past 10 years. This marks the first time in a decade that the budgets have not increased. In developing this year’s plans, patient care, mental health and addiction services were protected for the year ahead. John Malcom, CEO of the Cape Breton District Health Authority, welcomed the timely approval. “The districts appreciate the quick approval of the business plans,” said Mr. Malcom. “Having the plans approved at the same time supports a consistent approach to health-care delivery across the province, especially where districts are working together on specific projects and initiatives. It also lets us implement our plans as soon as possible and to focus on the work that needs to be done to meet our goals.” The authorities will receive $1.6 billion from the province in 2011-12. The budgets were balanced by identifying efficiencies throughout the system, some restructuring and reducing administrative costs from six to five per cent, more in line with the rest of the country. Recent moves, such as single-group purchasing for all district health authorities, will also help save money with minimal impact on patient care. “Holding spending growth in health care is not easy,” said Ms. MacDonald. “This has been a tough, challenging exercise for those who manage the operations of the health care system. I want to thank the DHAs for their careful, methodical approach to helping achieve a balanced budget. The province’s nine district health authorities are Colchester East Hants, Cumberland, Cape Breton District, Pictou County, and Guysborough Antigonish Strait health authorities, South West Nova Health, South Shore Health, Annapolis Valley Health and Capital District Health.last_img read more

Niagara grape crop sees less damage than expected

It may have felt like the middle of summer today, but Niagara’s grape growers are still worried about what happened to their vines in the frigid winter we had. John Neufeld has been walking through his vineyard the past few days keeping his fingers crossed, and hoping he could see the buds in his Merlot and Sauvignon Blanc vineyards beginning to push.“This one hasn’t pushed. You’re looking at 10-20% damage on this plant,” he says. John has 100 acres of grapes around his palatine hills winery in Niagara-on-the-Lake. There are 17,000 acres of wine grapes in Ontario, but growers expected the damage to be more widespread, given the relentless blast of cold weather we had.Some days were so cold and windy, even the wind machines were useless.There was up to 40% bud damage on the more fragile varieties. The cost of a bottle of Merlot may rise, but growers say it could have been much worse.Most of them remember the winter of 2005, when the Merlot crop in Niagara was practically wiped out. read more

Womens Soccer Ohio State heads to Wake Forest for first round of

Ohio State senior midfielder Sarah Roberts (10) heads the ball upfield against the Wisconsin Badgers on Oct. 21st. Ohio State won 2-1. Credit: Cori Wade | For The LanternAfter awaiting a decision from the NCAA selection show, the Ohio State women’s soccer team (9-5-4, 6-2-3 Big Ten) will now compete in the first round of the NCAA tournament against Wake Forest at 7 p.m. on Friday at Spry Stadium.Senior midfielder Bayley Feist and sophomore forward Estelle Laurier have driven Wake Forest’s potent offense this season. Feist is up to six goals and Laurier has four so far this season. The team’s offense also had a season-high six points against Longwood. “I think we have a good chance to come into Wake Forest and give them a good game,” Ohio State freshman forward Kayla Fischer said.On Monday, the Buckeyes were granted an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament, marking its 13th appearance in the tournament. Like Ohio State, the road for Wake Forest (8-8-1, 4-6-0 Big Ten) has remained relatively unsteady throughout the season. While Wake Forest has had no problem scoring goals, it has encountered difficulties preventing other teams from doing the same. Virginia scored five against the Demon Deacons in a loss on Sept. 30 and Duke scored three against them the following game in a loss on Oct. 4, starting a four-game losing streak. The last time both teams met was in the 2014 season opener, where the Buckeyes came away with the 1-0 victory in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. This time, the stakes are even higher. After starting off the regular season with two losses, dealing with multiple injuries and falling just short of the Big Ten semifinals to Nebraska, the Buckeyes have not had an easy road to the NCAA tournament. “We’ve faced a lot of adversity this year,” Ohio State senior midfielder Sarah Roberts said. “At this point, anything that gets thrown against us we look at it more as an opportunity, an opportunity to get better, an opportunity to show the rest of the country what the Buckeyes are made of.”For the Demon Deacons, this rematch presents an opportunity for the team to put its best foot forward and gain a win in front of the home crowd.  This matchup for the Buckeyes will be the most important road test it has faced thus far. For some of the players on the team, this will be their first experience playing soccer in an NCAA tournament, including Fischer, who said the team is excited for the upcoming matchup.“Never being in a tournament before,” Fischer said, “I’m definitely excited to see what it’s going to bring. I’m expecting that our team can compete and keep going in the tournament. I know throughout the season we’ve been getting better and better. I think as long as we continue that, we have a good shot.”One key element that remains a strength for the Buckeyes is its  performance on defense. Ohio State has allowed 14 goals in 18 games this season.. “From a senior perspective,” Roberts said, “I think we’re excited that we get one more chance and one more game to kind of make our mark on the program.” read more

Children as young as four to be taught dangers of online sex

In an interview with the Telegraph, Simon Bailey, the National Police Chief Councils’ (NPCC) lead on child protection said: “There are thousands of cases that are only being facilitated through the services these firms provide. We are overwhelmed with referrals that are preventable.“It can’t be the responsibility of the police service to police the services that these companies provide. That has to be their responsibility. I don’t know why they are not taking it more seriously.” Four year-olds are to be taught about the risks of online abuse as part of a four-point blueprint by police chiefs to counter the “explosion” in child sex crimes on the internet.The National Crime Agency (NCA) will this autumn launch its first teaching packages for four to seven year olds warning them not to share pictures, reveal personal details or go online without telling an adult.The nationwide programme, run by 7,000 teachers and care professionals, comes amid a surge in tech ownership among nursery age pupils and growing anger from police chiefs at the failure of social media and tech firms to prevent thousands of child abuse cases.The youngest victim of the new crime of sexual communication with a child was just five years old, one of 3,000 such offences in the first year since its introduction, according to freedom of information requests by the NSPCC. “If nothing happens and the situation doesn’t improve then I am not sure we have a choice but to introduce legislation. It is not easy because the vast majority of firms are based in the US.”Describing his worst experience as the case of a baby being raped before its first birthday, he warned new threats are emerging from live-streaming and paedophiles commissioning for as little as £12 filmed sex acts on children abroad, with the men designating age, ethnicity and clothing to order.No social class was immune and some of the most appalling cases involved children from parents in professions. “One of the biggest new threats are the use of live streaming apps like Periscope by children coming home from school, just turning it on and it being a magnet for paedophiles.”The tech firms say they take child exploitation very seriously and have invested heavily in technology to proactively search for videos and posts that contravene their policies or the laws of the countries in which they operate. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. As part of the blueprint, he wants the tech giants from Google to Facebook to put 5 per cent to 10 per cent of their R&D budgets into measures to prevent online abuse, a “fighting fund” worth $6.5bn a year just from the biggest five.And if they did not take action, they should be forced to do so by law.He said they had the technology to prevent the uploading and sharing of indecent images of children and to stop groomers targeting children online.Only sites or apps that demonstrated they could identify and stop groomers should have kitemarks so parents were aware, he said.“The biggest point of that type of investment is that it would be a demonstration of how seriously they are taking it,” said Simon Bailey, Norfolk’s chief constable.“Ultimately that would prevent a huge amount of this crime and probably the majority of it.” He said education was “massively important.”“We as a society have got to build resilience in young people so they understand when they are being groomed, the risks of sharing a naked image of themselves, the risks of county lines [gangs] threats,” he said.“We have got to educate young people so they are able make informed choices and spot and recognise the signs of abuse and exploitation. It’s got to be taking place within the primary school environment reinforced throughout secondary education. Norfolk Police Chief Constable Simon Bailey Norfolk Police Chief Constable Simon BaileyCredit:Norfolk Police/PA More than a third (36 per cent) of the indecent images online were now generated by children themselves amid a surge in children sharing sexual images with each other.“Children are sharing images of their groins, breasts, up their skirts but never ever think it could end up on the screen of a paedophile. If they are going to do it, they need to know the risks they are taking,” he said.Describing online child abuse as “one of the greatest threats” to society, he said the tech firms were “almost entirely responsible” for the explosion in indecent images from 10,000 20 years ago to 10m today on police databases.Yet, all he had had from them in meetings was “platitudes.”He said the blueprint, endorsed by the NCA and NPCC, should therefore be forced on the tech giants through legislation if they failed to act, echoing the threat by home secretary Sajid Javid last week. “It’s got to be delivered by people who are not going on to teach maths or geography in the next lesson. It has to be done by people with credibility that children will listen to.”Mr Bailey said technology had changed the threat with the proportion of cases where children were groomed by an adult outside the family doubling from 20 per cent to 40 per cent in just four years. read more

There have been threats against us Gardai call for clear guidelines around

first_img Share194 Tweet Email1 Wednesday 17 Apr 2019, 6:10 AM Image: RollingNews.ie Particularly in rural areas, members who are embedded in their community and asked to go to these, issues about notice about these, planning and resourcing, health and safety, members need clarity when they are going out.“It’s a complex issue, our role is only there to make sure breach of peace doesn’t occur. You are stuck in the middle between both – the sheriff and his agents and the public and people involved in the eviction.”In many cases, gardai have received serious threats from people.McDermott said that gardai should be given adequate notice so they can prepare for any situation like this. He added that the health and safety of everybody involved is a priority. McDermott said: “Adequate notice when these things are happening to allow us plan for them. Sheriff provides us with order, you have to have plan, an operational plan, health and safety of everybody involved.“There are issues that occur on private property, case law on it, our members may not be fully aware, they need to adequately briefed, a set of standard operating procedures for us would aid us significantly. Our role simply there to make sure not breach of the peace – depending on private property, different case law what we can or can’t do, why looking for clarity, training.” 10,625 Views Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article https://jrnl.ie/4594312 50 Comments center_img By Garreth MacNamee Short URL Apr 17th 2019, 6:11 AM GARDAI HAVE SAID that there needs to be clear guidelines in place regarding how they are expected to police evictions, especially when they happen in rural areas where officers and the person being evicted are likely to know each other. Sergeant Paul McDermott, Roscommon/Longford Division, described how many officers are unclear as to how they are expected to operate in these incidents.Speaking at the Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI) conference in Cavan, McDermott said that precise guidelines would limit the chancesHe said: “There should be a set of standard operating procedures put in place for clarity for our members on their duties at these events.“Not referring to particular incidents, incidents are arising around the country, we have seen them in Dublin, seen them around the country in rural areas. Image: RollingNews.ie ‘There have been threats against us’: Gardai call for clear guidelines around how they police evictions Many officers are unclear as to how they are expected to operate in these incidents.last_img read more

Columbia River Crossing awards money for preconstruction testing

first_imgThe Columbia River Crossing on Tuesday awarded a Washington contractor $4.22 million to start pre-construction testing in two locations beginning early next year. However, an independent engineering group has also said delays in getting permits to test a third site may hurt the project’s ambitious timeline.Spokane-based Max J. Kuney Company will test on-land construction techniques for foundations and bridge supports for the replacement bridge over the Columbia River, the project said.“This work is important because it will help evaluate bridge foundation construction techniques for the replacement bridge across the Columbia River,” Deputy Director Kris Strickler said. “The test project will allow engineers to refine design assumptions and project plans, keeping us on schedule to start construction by the end of 2013.”Money for the $4.22 million work has already been allotted by the Oregon and Washington departments of transportation and the Federal Interstate Maintenance Discretionary Funds, CRC spokeswoman Mandy Putney said.Plans include three drilled shafts and a set of five driven piles at two on-land locations: west of the Interstate 5 Bridge near the I-5 and state Highway14 interchange, and near the Hayden Island interchange.last_img read more

People on the Move

first_img In her previous role, Blanchard served as head of communications for NBCUniversal’s Entertainment & Digital Networks and Integrated Media division, comprised of a diverse portfolio of businesses including Telemundo Media, Bravo Media and Sprout, among others. “Communication is central to everything we do as we transform Condé Nast to the premier media company of the future,” said Sauerberg.  “Cameron is a uniquely qualified executive with extensive experience in media, and will be the ideal partner to me and the team to lead our communications and strategic efforts during the next phase of our growth.” Here are the rest of this week’s people on the move:  AtlanticLIVE, the events division of The Atlantic, has hired Emmy award-winning journalist Rob Hendin as its executive producer. Hendin has served as a senior producer at CBS News’s Face the Nation since 2011. Prior to his tenure at Face the Nation, he held numerous leadership roles at CBS including chief White House producer, senior political producer and chief justice producer. International Business Times, a digital global news publication, has announced that award-winning journalist, Carter Dougherty, has joined the newsroom as senior international economics writer. Dougherty has covered international economic issues for nearly 20 years, starting at the specialty publication Inside U.S. Trade in Washington. Meredith Corporation has announced that chief strategy officer Kim Martin will be expanding her responsibilities to include oversight for Meredith National Media Group’s original video programming development across all platforms. Prior to joining Meredith, Martin served as president and general manager of WE tv for nine years.center_img Trusted Media Brands, Inc. (formerly Reader’s Digest Association) announced that Alec Casey has been appointed chief marketing officer. With more than two decades of publishing experience, Casey joins from Bloomberg, where he served as head of global circulation and production.  Condé Nast president Bob Sauerberg has appointed Cameron Blanchard executive vice president of corporate communications. Blanchard succeeds Patricia Röckenwagner and was previously senior vice president of corporate communications at NBCUniversal. Fusion.net has announced several hires to their audience development and analytics teams: Alton Phillips as their new executive director of audience development, and Diana Ryan, who will serve as a growth editor. Adam Neuman has been promoted to senior analytics manager and Harry Cammer has joined as analytics associate to support Adam. Farm Journal Media has named Melissa Sanders Carroll to the new position of general manager of Top Producer Executive Network (TPEN)–Farm Journal’s three year-old, rapidly growing peer-to-peer network for executive level producers. Most recently, Sanders Carroll served as general manager for Adayana’s government-focused consulting service in Washington DC.last_img read more

Infosys promotes 2100 employees after upbeat Q3 numbers

first_imgInfosys, India’s second largest IT firm, has promoted 2,100 employees after posting upbeat earnings for the third straight quarter ending December 2015.Confirming the development, a spokeswoman of Infosys told The Economic Times that the promotions would be effective from 1 January this year.The latest promotions are slightly higher than the 2,000 announced by the company in October, but they are far below the number of promotions given shortly after Vishal Sikka took charge as the CEO of Infosys in August 2014.The executives and employees across the firm have been promoted taking their performance and maturity of their roles into consideration. Earlier this month, the Bengaluru-based IT major had slashed variable payouts to employees from 100 percent to 75 percent despite an improvement in its revenue in December quarter.Last week, Sikka had said that disruptive technologies like automation and artificial intelligence are posing a “big threat” to the IT industry.”The traditional IT companies are facing the same disruption that everybody else in the world is,” Sikka told NDTV on the sidelines of the annual meet of the World Economic Forum (WEF) at Davos, Switzerland.Infosys saw a 0.6 percent increase in revenue to $2,407 million in the October-December quarter in the current fiscal year. In rupee terms, the IT major reported 6.6 percent growth in the net profit to Rs.3,465 crore, while its revenue went up by 15.3 percent to Rs 15, 902 crore on annual basis.Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), India’s largest IT firm, posted a 14.19 percent rise in its net profit to Rs 6,083 crore for the third quarter, but its revenue growth failed to meet analysts’ expectations for the sixth consecutive quarter.last_img read more

DC Officials Look to Tennessee Plan for Statehood

first_imgD.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D), D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser (D), D.C. Council Chairman Phil Mendelson (D), and Delaware’s U.S. Sen. Tom Carper held a news conference on March 1 to announce that a bill granting the residential and commercial areas of the District of Columbia statehood was introduced and based on a plan used by Tennessee.The flag of the District of Columbia that promotes statehood. (Courtesy Image)At the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill, the lawmakers and the elected District of Columbia statehood delegation, said the bill would make the District the 51st state of the union. Norton, serving in the U.S. Congress since 1991, said she won’t give up the fight for full citizenship of her constituents.“Sen. Carper and our city leaders come united for a dual-purpose D.C. statehood event – the delivery of a petition to Congress for statehood by Bowser and Mendelson and the introduction of our statehood bill, the Washington, D.C. Admissions Act, in the House and Senate by me and Sen. Carper,” the delegate said. “The statehood referendum asked voters ‘whether the council should petition Congress to enact a statehood admission act. D.C. voters made their choice loud and clear with 85 percent support.”The District is pursuing statehood through the Tennessee Plan, in which a jurisdictional referendum was voted on, a constitutional convention took place, the city’s legislative body, the D.C. Council, approved the statehood plan and then the leaders approach Congress. Tennessee became a state in 1796 through this method and six other states – Michigan, Iowa, California, Oregon, Kansas and Alaska –gained statehood, also.This is the first time the District has used the Tennessee Plan for statehood. On Nov. 21, 1993 Norton led an effort to pass the “District of Columbia Statehood Act” but it failed, 277-153.Other statehood-like initiatives such as the District of Columbia Voting Rights Amendment in 1978 and the 2009 District of Columbia House Voting Rights Act weren’t enacted by Congress either.Nevertheless, Norton said the District statehood effort is making headway. “Today 60 percent of House Democrats are introducing our statehood bill alongside me, joining me not only as co-sponsors, but as equal original cosponsors,” she said. “This 60 percent in just the first two months of the 115th Congress smashes the record we set last Congress when 50 percent of Democrats were original cosponsors. By the [time the] 114th Congress was over, 72 percent of House Democrats were cosponsors of my bill, with only logistics and timing accounting for why there were not more. By the end of this Congress, our goal is to beat the total number of cosponsors we got last Congress. We hope that residents will similarly set goals for themselves – for example, gathering increased support for statehood in the city and the country.”In the past, Norton embraced the concept of incrementalism or the means that statehood would come in phases, but the delegate rejects the approach now. “To be content with less than statehood is to concede the equality of citizenship that is the birthright of our residents as citizens of the United States,” the delegate said. “That is a concession no American citizen has ever made and D.C. residents will never make as we approach the 216th year in their fight for equal treatment in their country.”Bowser said “District residents aren’t demanding special treatment but equal treatment from the country that we love” and Mendelson pointed out that city residents are the “only citizens on Earth that cannot participate in their national legislature.”Carper, who held the first D.C. statehood hearing in 20 years, in 2014, said that “people in D.C. deserve statehood because they pay taxes and serve in the military.”Norton conceded that she and Carper’s bills have little chance for passage because the Republican majorities in both chambers think only a Constitutional amendment can grant statehood or that the District, except for the federal enclave, should retrocede into Maryland. Norton has rejected both ideas and said that Maryland elected officials aren’t interested in having the District as a part of their state.While support for statehood is strong among residents, the methods used by Norton and Bowser have been questioned by some. “The constitutional convention that the city had last year had a lot of problems,” Ann Hume Loikow, a statehood activist for decades, told the AFRO. “We need to have a real constitutional convention where some of the problems dealing with D.C. being a state are thought through . . . The people voted for statehood and the District government needs to devote the resources to see how this will work.”last_img read more

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first_img Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: The History of CT Calcium Scoring Arthur Agatston, M.D., clinical pro read more Videos | AAPM | July 29, 2019 VIDEO: Trends in Medical Physics at the AAPM 2019 meeting … read more Video Player is loading.GE Cardiographe cardiac CT scanner at SCCT19Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:38Loaded: 26.15%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:38 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Videos | Computed Tomography (CT) | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: New Advances in CT Imaging Technology Cynthia McColl… read more Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a GE Cardiographe Dedicated Cardiac CT Scanner This is a quick walk around of the GE Healthcare Cardiographe dedicated cardiac CT system on display at the… read more The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. Videos | Radiation Therapy | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: Use of Radiotherapy to Noninvasively Ablate Ventricular Tachycardia Pierre Qian, MBBS, read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 05, 2019 Montefiore Nyack Hospital Uses Aidoc AI to Spot Urgent Conditions Faster Montefiore Nyack Hospital, an acute care hospital in Rockland County, N.Y., announced it is utilizing artificial… read more March 25, 2009 – Patients who undergo numerous CT scans over their lifetime may be at increased risk for cancer, according to a study published in the April issue of Radiology.“We found that while most patients accrue small cumulative cancer risks, 7 percent of the patients in our study had enough recurrent CT imaging to raise their estimated cancer risk by 1 percent or more above baseline levels,” said Aaron Sodickson, M.D., Ph.D., assistant director of Emergency Radiology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and researcher at the Center for Evidence-Based Imaging in Boston. “The techniques implemented in our study can be used to identify higher risk patients who might benefit from enhanced radiation protection efforts.”CT has proven to be a valuable clinical tool, and its use has grown rapidly. According to a 2008 IMV Medical Information Division report, approximately 68.7 million CT exams were performed in the U.S. in 2007, up from 62 million in 2006. CT provides detailed images of internal organs and is a common technique used to make medical diagnoses and help guide medical treatment decisions. However, CT uses a higher radiation dose than most other imaging exams.For the study, the researchers developed new methodology to estimate cumulative CT radiation doses and associated radiation-induced cancer risks at the level of the individual patient, by extracting each patient’s CT history from the electronic medical record and applying standard risk-estimation models that incorporate patient gender and age at exposure.The study group was comprised of 31,462 adult patients who had diagnostic CT scans at Brigham and Women’s Hospital or the Dana-Farber Cancer Center in 2007 and had undergone a total of 190,712 CT exams over the prior 22 years. Approximately 33 percent of the patients underwent five or more lifetime CT exams, 5 percent underwent more than 22 exams, and 1 percent underwent more than 38 exams. Fifteen percent received estimated cumulative effective radiation doses of more than 100 millisieverts (mSv), equivalent to the dose one would receive from 1,000 chest x-rays. Four percent received over 250 mSv, and 1 percent received over 399 mSv.The researchers used the BEIR-VII (Biological Effects of Ionizing Radiation) risk model to estimate lifetime attributable risk (LAR) of cancer for each patient, based on their CT exposures. Approximately 7.3 percent of the study group had an estimated LAR of greater than 1 percent, meaning that due to cumulative CT radiation exposure, their risk of developing cancer increased by 1 percent above the baseline US cancer risk rate of 42 percent. Among the 315 patients in the top percentile of cumulative LAR, risk increased by 2.7 to 12 percent.“CT is an excellent diagnostic tool of tremendous clinical value in many situations,” Dr. Sodickson said. “Individual decisions about its use should balance the expected clinical benefits against the potential cumulative risks of recurrent imaging.”Dr. Sodickson points out that for patients who have not undergone a large number of CT scans, the benefits of appropriate CT exams typically outweigh the potential risks.“However, we feel that a higher clinical threshold is warranted in patients undergoing a large amount of recurrent CT imaging,” Dr. Sodickson said, “particularly if many of their prior CT scans have been negative. This scenario may result in a combination of high cumulative risk with low clinical benefit.”Dr. Sodickson hopes that these findings will raise awareness of cumulative radiation exposure concerns, so that physicians will be better able to incorporate patient-specific radiation risk estimates into the CT decision-making process.Reference: “Recurrent CT, Cumulative Radiation Exposure, and Associated Radiation-induced Cancer Risks from CT of Adults.” Collaborating with Dr. Sodickson were Pieter F. Baeyens, M.D., Katherine P. Andriole, Ph.D., Luciano M. Prevedello, M.D., Richard D. Nawfel, M.S., Richard Hanson, and Ramin Khorasani, M.D., M.P.H. Journal attribution requested.Source: Radiology published by the Radiological Society of North America, Inc. (RSNA.org/radiologyjnl)For more information: RadiologyInfo.org FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Video Player is loading.Arthur Agatston explains the history of CT calcium scoring Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 9:54Loaded: 1.67%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -9:54 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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