Philips spotlights new and enhanced vendor-neutral radiology workflow solutions and scalable smart connected imaging systems at RSNA 2021

November 28, 2021 Robust portfolio of modality and PACS vendor-neutral radiology workflow solutions supports radiologists, technologists and administrators with integrated, automated AI-driven informatics to streamline workflows Smart connected systems improve access to data and support advanced analytics and reporting for all aspects of the radiology service, from patient management and acquisition to interpretation and referral […]

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New coronavirus variant Omicron keeps spreading, Australia detects cases

Published by Reuters (Reuters) – The new Omicron coronavirus variant kept spreading around the world on Sunday, with two cases detected in Australia, even as more countries tried to seal themselves off by imposing travel restrictions. Health officials in Australia’s most populous state, New South Wales, said https://www.reuters.com/world/asia-pacific/australian-state-edge-about-omicron-virus-variant-arrival-2021-11-27 two passengers who arrived in Sydney from […]

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Fruit galore: Thai monkey festival returns as tourists come back

Published by Reuters LOPBURI, Thailand (Reuters) – Watched by tourists and locals, thousands of monkeys in Lopburi in central Thailand feasted on two tonnes fruits and vegetables after the town’s Monkey Festival resumed following a two year hiatus caused by the pandemic. Hundreds of macaques, also known as long-tailed monkeys, were seen climbing on people […]

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Historic Hua Lamphong station to take on new life under SRT development plans

Published by The Bangkok Post The sound of a station bell faded while a train was about to leave its platform at Bangkok’s Hua Lamphong station. Soon the bell will not be used while the century-old train station will become history when it is closed down next month. “I don’t want Hua Lamphong to close. […]

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