AIUM announces 2012 EER grant recipients The American Institute of Ultrasound in Medication announced the recipients of its 2012 Endowment for Education and Research grants at the 2012 AIUM Annual Convention in Phoenix, Arizona. The EER grant provides financing for research to promote the development of brand-new systems and applications in medical ultrasound also to encourage excellence in ultrasound education. Four grants are awarded at the AIUM Annual Convention annually, and funding is manufactured possible by generous donations from AIUM users. Congratulations to the next investigators who received grants in 2012: Related StoriesCombination of ultrasound and mammography detects additional cancers in Japanese womenUltrasonic attenuation could be early indicator of preterm-birth riskSonaCare Medical's Sonablate 450 focused ultrasound program receives FDA acceptance for ablation of prostate tissueR.Prompt, considerable control measures were implemented through multisectoral cooperation under the leadership of government at every known levels. The timely carry out of five large rounds of supplementary immunization, in which trivalent OPV and monovalent OPV1 were used, halted the circulation of wild-type poliovirus and interrupted its transmission in southern Xinjiang. The response most likely prevented poliomyelitis from spreading to other areas of China.
Wealthy Blacks Fare Even worse Than Whites After Heart Attack: Study: – TUESDAY, Sept. 15, 2015 – – Higher-earning black Americans appear to die sooner after a heart attack than whites, relating to researchers who say they’ve uncovered a fresh twist on the ‘survival gap’ theory.