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  • Steinberg Diagnostic Medical Imaging (SDMI) Welcomes New Radiologist July 20, 2021
    Las Vegas, NV – SDMI proudly welcomes a new radiologist to the practice, Dr. Tanner Jugler. SDMI ensures that their radiologists offer a variety of sub-specialties; Dr. Jugler joins the team with a sub-specialty in... The post Steinberg Diagnostic Medical Imaging (SDMI) Welcomes New Radiologist appeared first on SDMI.

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  • Steinberg Diagnostic Medical Imaging expands Mammogram and Ultrasound appointments at Henderson Location July 14, 2021
    Las Vegas, NV – Steinberg Diagnostic Medical Imaging (SDMI) is excited to announce the expansion of 3D Mammography and Ultrasound services at its 800 N Gibson Road Location in Henderson Nevada. Just four short years... The post Steinberg Diagnostic Medical Imaging expands Mammogram and Ultrasound appointments at Henderson Location appeared first on SDMI.

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  • Steinberg Diagnostic Medical Imaging welcomes advanced 3.0T MRI to North Las Vegas Facility July 9, 2021
    Las Vegas, NV – Steinberg Diagnostic Medical Imaging (SDMI) is excited to announce the installation of new MRI technology at the North Las Vegas location that combines the advancements in MRI with the sophisticated engineering... The post Steinberg Diagnostic Medical Imaging welcomes advanced 3.0T MRI to North Las Vegas Facility appeared first on SDMI.

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  • Steinberg Diagnostic Medical Imaging receives BICOE designation from ACR and adds Stereotactic Breast Biopsy to second location. June 10, 2021
    Steinberg Diagnostic Medical Imaging (SDMI), Southern Nevada’s leading outpatient radiology provider, announced the addition of Stereotactic Breast Biopsy to a second imaging center. Stereotactic breast biopsies use mammographic imaging to assist the radiologist in guiding... The post Steinberg Diagnostic Medical Imaging receives BICOE designation from ACR and adds Stereotactic Breast Biopsy to second location. appeared […]

    Denielle Lucas

  • New recommendations from the Society of Breast Imaging for patients receiving COVID-19 vaccine May 3, 2021
    Recent cases have shown patients who have received the COVID-19 Vaccine may present lymphadenopathy causing unclear results in a mammogram. The appearance of lymphadenopathy requires patients to be called back for a follow-up diagnostic exam... The post New recommendations from the Society of Breast Imaging for patients receiving COVID-19 vaccine appeared first on SDMI.

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  • What is antimicrobial resistance and why do we need to take action against it? November 17, 2021
    The national annual report ESPAUR (English Surveillance Programme for Antimicrobial Utilisation and Resistance) outlines the scale of the problem antimicrobial resistance (AMR) poses and this blog reflects its latest findings, as well as the actions we can all take to mitigate the effects of AMR.

    Diane Ashiru-Oredope

  • Raising awareness about AMR: toolkits for healthcare professionals November 17, 2021
    Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) demands action and education by professionals and the public alike. This blog collates resources and materials for raising awareness that have been developed by UKHSA, Health Education England and partners.

    Blog Editor

  • The National Collection of Type Cultures - a window to the past November 10, 2021
    Housed in one of UKHSA’s largest sites, the National Collection of Type Cultures is one of the oldest living libraries of bacteria in the world. In this blog we look at how it has created a window to the past and what we use the collection for now.

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  • Understanding the health effects of climate change November 9, 2021
    For UKHSA, our changing climate is one of the most challenging health security threats we face and understanding and mitigating its impact on our health is a key priority.

    Isabel Oliver

  • Transparency and data – UKHSA’s vaccines report November 2, 2021
    Vaccines work. They have played a critical role in breaking the link between infection and severe outcomes, and we should express our gratitude to the scientists who developed life-saving vaccines against COVID-19 and to those who work tirelessly every day to roll out the programme at pace across the country.

    Mary Ramsay

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