NEW YORK, N.Y. – Political analyst Joan Walsh announced on Saturday that she would be moving to CNN next year after MSNBC said it had decided not to renew her contract as a paid contributor, a decision that has caused an uproar on social media.“I am overwhelmed by the support I’ve received today from all of you. And I’m thrilled to tell you I’ll be heading to CNN in the new year,” Walsh tweeted. “Thanks to everyone who made this happen. A Christmas miracle.”Earlier, Walsh had said on Twitter that she had learned of the New York-based network’s decision Friday while baking pies with her daughter. Her followers have expressed their dismay with the trending #KeepJoanWalsh tag.MSNBC says the paid-contributor list is reviewed annually. It says while Walsh’s contract wasn’t renewed she’s “a key voice” who’s “absolutely still welcome” and would be invited to appear on shows.Walsh says she’s proud of the work she did. She tweets she’s given her “heart and soul to the network,” from the George W. Bush years through today.MSNBC hosts Chris Hayes and Joy Reid have tweeted in support of Walsh.
“This is your chance, this is your right; you should not allow anyone to deprive you of your right to go and vote and determine, by peaceful democratic means, the future of your country,” said the Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Afghanistan, Jan Kubiš.His comments came at a press conference in the capital, Kabul, ahead of the end to the official campaigning period tonight for candidates in the upcoming polls on 5 April, which will lead to the country’s first democratic transfer of power.The elections come at a crucial time for the country, which this year will see the withdrawal of the majority of allied international military forces, with national forces assuming full responsibility for security countrywide.“The election will mark yet another indispensable step in moving forward in building democracy, but also in providing the necessary legitimacy to the next leadership,” said Mr. Kubiš, who is also head of the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA).He briefed reporters on the preparations for the elections – which are led and managed by Afghans – as well as his recent meeting with the Security Council in New York.He noted that there was a hope on the part of the Council that the Afghan people will come through the elections “with flying colours,” given that the country is much better prepared for these polls than they were during the elections in 2009. “Yes, there might be difficulties and security problems,” said the envoy. “Nevertheless, the overall preparations, the overall atmosphere is much better.”Mr. Kubiš has also urged the country’s women to maintain and build on the momentum behind a recent petition – signed by more than 250,000 women and girls – calling for peace and a cease-fire.In early March, the women’s committee of the High Peace Council, an Afghan body leading the country’s peace efforts, submitted the petition to UNAMA for onward transmission to Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who received it on 21 March. Mr. Ban welcomed the peace campaign as another indication of the strong demands of the Afghan people for peace in their country.Mr. Kubiš urged the leaders of Afghanistan and the leaders of the anti-Government elements to listen to the message in this petition from Afghan women and girls, adding that the UN stands ready to support them in these efforts in any way it can.
In a statement issued Wednesday by his Spokesman Stéphane Dujarric, the Secretary-General expressed his deep sympathy to the families of the victims.According to initial reports, the attack on the offices of Save the Children in Jalalabad killed two people and wounded dozens, including children.“Humanitarian organizations provide life-saving assistance to the most vulnerable men, women and children in Afghanistan. Aid workers, and their premises and assets, should never be a target,” the statement said. “The Secretary-General reiterates that all parties to the conflict in Afghanistan are obliged under international law to protect humanitarian workers and civilians,” it added.Security Council Press Statement on terrorist attack in Jalalabad, Afghanistan here
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Related“Not my parcel”- man allegedly caught with ganja tells courtOctober 22, 2018In “Court”Gold miner charged for ganja possessionAugust 10, 2018In “Court”Ex-cop nabbed with 202 lbs ganja during raidJuly 2, 2019In “Crime” Vibert Rodrigues of Aruaima River, Berbice, Region 10, was on Monday refused bail by Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan after he was found with a quantity of ganja in his possession for the purpose of trafficking.Rodrigues, who plies his trade as a logger, denied the charge which stated that on March 2, 2019, at Landsville, Aruaima, had in his possession 2000 grams of cannabis.The Prosecution is contending that on March 2, Police during a sting operation swooped down on the home of the 31-year-old man and conducted a search. The sting operation, according to the Prosecution, was done after police arrested a man with narcotics and he took them to the house where he allegedly brought the illegal drug. Police ranks from the McKenzie Police Station during the search unearthed two plastic bags containing the suspected cannabis in the yard.Rodrigues and his son were arrested but the Prosecution is contending that the defendant, in a caution statement to the police, claimed ownership of the narcotic. In court on Monday Police Prosecutor Gordon Mansfield opposed bail on the grounds of the serious nature of the offence and the penalty it attracts.Magistrate McLennan upheld the Prosecution’s submission and remanded the logger to prison.
Ljubomir Vranjes won’t be a new German NT head-coach! Succesful coach, the first target of all big projects as PSG Handball or German NT, once again repeat that he will stay avaliable only for SG Flensburg until 2017, when his contract will come to the end.– I have for some time informed DHB that I will not be available as a German national coach. The decision was taken together with my family. It was a great honor to be one of the coaches who they asked and I am sure they will find the right man for the job – wrote Ljubo on his Facebook profile.DHB has two other “targets” – Dagur Sigurdssson and Markus Baur. Sigurdsson is still without “comment” for a possible second job (the first is in Fuchse Berlin). It seems now that chances of the fresh Junior European Champion, Baur, becoming bigger… ← Previous Story Asian Junior Championship 2014 (Iran): Qatar going for a “hat-trick” Next Story → PASTOREVOLUTION: Spanish coach extends contract in Szeged DHBGerman handballLjubomir Vranjes
49 Photos Tesla Model 3: The one you’ve been waiting for Our latest Tesla reviews 4 More From Roadshow 2:16 Tesla Now playing: Watch this: Tesla’s Model 3 Performance subtly adds the power Tesla Arcade just made in-car gaming way more fun 2019 Tesla Model S Long Range review: Familiar, yet oh so much better 2019 Toyota RAV4 review: A lovable SUV, but rough around the edges Ability to stream YouTube & Netflix when car is stopped coming to your Tesla soon! Has an amazingly immersive, cinematic feel due to the comfy seats & surround sound audio.— e^👁🥧 (@elonmusk) July 27, 2019 Share your voice Electric Cars Originally published July 27, 11:43 a.m. PT.Update, 12:03 p.m.: Adds rollout timeline information. 2019 Tesla Model S Long Range: Familiar, yet oh so much better 2019 Tesla Model 3 Performance: Unholy quick, but still incomplete Of course, video streaming will only be available while the car is parked, though Musk says that “when full self-driving is approved by regulators, we will enable video while moving.” Just don’t hold your breath for that anytime soon. Model 3 and upcoming Model Y owners will likely have the best in-car video experience, as Engadget points out, since these vehicles use horizontally oriented screens. The Model S and Model X, on the other hand, have vertically oriented screens… which I guess is good if you like to watch those poorly recorded, portrait-style videos. Musk says this upgrade will be coming “soon,” and the widespread rollout could happen in August. I’ll admit, while this does sound like an unnecessary bit of distraction if not used properly, the thought of being able to watch a YouTube video or two while waiting to pick up a friend from the airport is pretty cool. Comments Tags Enlarge ImageTesla already allows you to turn your car into a gaming console. Nicholas Miotke/Roadshow As if turning your car into a mobile gaming console wasn’t enough, Tesla will soon allow owners to stream Netflix and YouTube videos right on their vehicles’ multimedia screens. That’s the story from Elon Musk, anyway, who tweeted the news on Saturday. Elon Musk Netflix Tesla YouTube
Earlier this month, President Obama signed into law the National Bison Legacy Act, making the American bison the nation’s official mammal. The unusual legislation has no other purpose than to make bison, more commonly referred to as buffalo, another national symbol. Surprisingly, Alaska has four small but thriving bison herds of its own, established years ago for now obscure reasons. Although the president’s endorsement does little more than highlight an American icon, it sparks new interest in an animal that has survived for millions of years, despite near-extinction.Download AudioBison roam free on ranchland near Palmer (Photo by Ellen Lockyer, Alaska Public Media – Anchorage)It’s a national icon like no other, evoking images of times past, when great herds thundered across the midwestern plains. The North American bison has graced the seal of the US Department of the Interior for over one hundred years, while the celebrated story of its rise from the brink of extinction to recovery inspires the spirit.A small herd of these inspirational creatures briefly crashed a picnic of Alaska legislators and their staffers last summer, on pastureland owned by livestock producer Todd Pettit.Many of the staffers scrambled to get into their cars, although the big beasts were merely curious, not threatening, or perhaps drawn to the scent of potato salad.Todd Pettit raises bison at Little Pitchfork Ranch in Palmer (Photo by Ellen Lockyer, KSKA – Anchorage)Pettit, who’s privately-owned herd supplies his commercial meat business, thinks nothing of walking among the hulking beasts at feeding time. He gives one a slap on its rear end that sends the animal scampering off like a chastened puppy .. all thousand pounds of it.“No, no… get outta here” Pettit commanded, and the shaggy bison trotted back to its fellows.While Pettit’s bison herd has been pretty much bred on his Little Pitchfork ranch near Palmer, four state-owned herds are living in the wild in Alaska. But why?Perhaps Darren Bruning, a Fish and Game regional supervisor, can answer that question best.“In 1928, 23 individual bison were translocated to Interior Alaska from the National Bison Range in Alaska, and they were actually brought by an enterprising individual who lived near Delta Junction, Alaska,” Bruning said.The Delta settlers back then wanted deer or elk for hunting meat, but got Montana bison instead. From that seed herd, the territory, and later, the state, established three others in the 1950s and 60s. One in Slana, one in Chitna, and another in the Farewell area of Iditarod fame.Bruning said at first, they were just left on their own, but later, state Fish and Game stepped in.“Years later, there was official, organized effort to monitor the animals and track their population dynamics and their health and condition,” Bruning said.Some of Pettit’s bison grazing on ranchland near Palmer (Photo by Ellen Lockyer, Alaska Public Media – Anchorage)Pre-statehood, the practice of introducing species. Sitka deer for example… to Alaska was not uncommon. But sometimes, there were unintended consequences. Although the Delta herd thrived in its new home, decades later it achieved legendary status in the lexicon of Alaska boondoggles when a state agricultural project was established a little too close to the herd’s range. For a while, it was buffalo versus barley farmers.Today, the state monitors the four wild bison herds to provide hunting opportunity for Alaskans. Bruning said it is one of the most sought-after hunting permits in the state.And there is an added bonus.“We have conducted genetic testing for numerous years on the Delta and the Farewell herds, and there has been no introgression of cattle genes detected,” Brunig said. “There’s no reason to believe the Chitina or the Copper River herds would be any different, because the source herd is the Delta herd.”Most lower 48 herds carry cattle genes, because it was private conservationists who worked to keep the species alive during early restoration efforts.Despite its new lofty status as a US symbol, the bison has no special federal protection, unless it lives on federal land, according to the US Fish and Wildlife Service.And there are no restrictions on privately owning an American bison.Todd Pettit and friends on Little Pitchfork Ranch (Photo by Ellen Lockyer, Alaska Public Media – Anchorage)“Oh, it is the best decision I have ever made, I would never turn back from it,” Pettit said.Back at his ranch, Pettit told visiting legislators how his family went from raising hay to raising milk cows, until the decline in the Valley’s dairy industry forced them to get rid of the cows.“And I was happy to see em go,” Pettit said. “It was a lot of baby sitting, a lot of pulling calves. But I wasn’t done with raising animals. And so I told em I was going to get some buffalo. My grandpa was happy about it, but my grandma, she was pissed. ‘We finally got rid of them cows, and now your bringing buffalo. What are we going to do with them buffalo?’”It doesn’t take much urging to get him to sing the buffalo’s praises. Pettit said, unlike diary cows, they are suited to Alaska’s climate“And the brilliance of a bison is, if there is something underneath the snow, that has food value, they will get it,” Pettit said. “That big old head of theirs is just a bulldozer, and they will dig down through three feet of snow drift to get to it. So if there is a goodie, they’ll find it.”Bruning agreed.“They really have proven to be very successful in Alaska,” Bruning said.Bruning said bison are engineered for the extremes of the North American continent… built to withstand both heat and cold.. and massively robust and immensely strong. Today, most bison in the US are in private herds, while the wild population is less than one percent of what it was in pre-colonial times.The bison’s honorary designation does nothing to diminish the status of the Bald Eagle, the country’s national bird. Alaska has more Bald Eagles than any other state, some 30,000 of them, and now the two national, and spiritual, symbols share a home.
Hyderabad: The GHMC proposes to conduct third-party inquiries with the aim of ensuring effective redressal of complaints, said Commissioner Dana Kishore here on Wednesday.He was addressing a special meeting in JNTU, Kukatpally, on road repairs, redress of complaints, holding of sanitation works, collection of property tax, Haritha Haram, working of Self-Help Groups. Zonal Commissioners Harichandana, Srinivas Reddy and Mamatha, Deputy Commissioners of Serilingampally, Kukatpally, L B Nagar zones Advaith Kumar Singh, Shruti Oja and Krishna respectively, attended the meeting along with engineers, cont. on p11
Women and children are at greater risk than men.ReutersThe Innovation for Clean Air (IfCA) was launched in Bengaluru on Wednesday. The two-year UK-India joint initiative provides Indian and UK stakeholders opportunities to test interventions related to air quality and EV integration. Speaking at the IfCA launch on Wednesday, British Deputy High Commissioner Dominic McAllister said: “I am delighted to launch this joint programme. Such collaborative initiatives are an example of how the UK and India can work as a joint force for good on innovative solutions and can bring the best of our research communities, academia and businesses together to address shared challenges, such as clean air.”The initiative provides a unique measurement system for air quality by integrating satellite and sensor data and helping to support India’s transition to electric vehicles. The programme is led by Innovate UK, part of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), and is funded by the Newton Fund with matched resources from various partners in Karnataka and India. Speaking at the IfCA launch, British Deputy High Commissioner Dominic McAllister said: “The UK and India can work as a joint force to bring the best of our research communities, academia and businesses together to address shared challenges, such as clean air.”UK Research and Innovation India (UKRI) Director Rebecca Fairbairn said: “This is a really exciting initiative. UKRI has been working with India for over a decade, focussing on excellent research that makes a difference to society and to our economies but this is the first time the UK Catapult network, which drives innovation in highly targeted industries has been implemented here and it demonstrates the creativity possible through India-UK partnership.”The key partners for the programme are the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Enzen, Project Lithium, Confederation of Indian Industries, C40 Cities and Clean Air Platform. Other partners include Citizens for Sustainability, World Resources Institute, Indian Institute for Information Technology Bangalore (IIIT-B), Shakti Foundation, Shell Technology Centre, Global Business Inroads and India Smart Grid Forum. A current UK partner is Earthsense working in collaboration with the Catapults.Air quality & EV innovation: Bengaluru and London share challenges and opportunities in relation to improving air quality. The two cities are founding partners of the C40 Air Quality Network. The programme will identify innovations that have the potential to improve air quality and provide an environment to test and refine ideas. In parallel, the programme will contribute to a more detailed localised map of the air quality of Bengaluru through the unique combination of satellite and sensor data, including both on-the-ground and mobile data. The programme will identify relevant challenges around EV charging infrastructure, grid management and integrating renewable energy to ensure a sufficient, reliable and clean source power and facilitate opportunities for Indian and UK innovators to collaborate in developing long-lasting relationships to address these challenges.Innovate UK is funding the UK Catapult network in executing this programme. The UK Catapults network established by the UK government is a network of world-leading organisations focused on driving innovation in specific industrial sectors. They bring together the best businesses, scientists and engineers to work side by side on late-stage research and development. Representatives from the UK Energy Systems, Connected Places and Satellite Applications Catapults are in Bengaluru, Karnataka this week to launch the UK-India Innovating for Clean Air programme. They met stakeholders in Bengaluru, including the state government. Due to the enthusiasm of stakeholders such as the success of Lithium Taxis and BMTC’s plan to launch electric buses, the Catapult network has decided to focus on Bengaluru to enhance the progress already made in air quality and electric vehicle transition in Bengaluru.
00:00 /00:00 The report also mentioned sub-par communication as something that could be improved before the next disaster. “The normal means of communications doesn’t always reach a lot of communities such as the ones that we work with,” said Tomás Aguilar. He authored the report for the Living Hope Wheelchair Association, which helps immigrants in Houston with disabilities and other vulnerable communities. Aguilar said some of the people he surveyed mentioned there was a lack of Spanish-language resources. The report suggests improving multilingual outreach could improve disaster relief for next time and that the City of Houston should work more directly with community groups that serve undocumented people.Living Hope Wheelchair AssociationMonths after the storm, immigrant communities are still working on repairing homes damaged from Harvey.One of the personal stories in the report mentions how one woman moved her friend in an electric wheelchair out of flood waters using an inflatable pool with her five children in tow. She hadn’t heard news of any shelters, but eventually found one after wading through floodwaters.Aguilar said the city needs to be proactive for next time in addressing the unique needs of this community and others.“Let’s start designing shelters and the processes of how to get people from point A to point B,” he said. The report also outlines that some immigrants feared reaching out for help during and after Harvey due to fear they could be turned over to ICE.Not just immigrants with disabilities struggled during Harvey and with recovery.Episcopal Health Foundation/Kaiser Family FoundationA report by the Episcopal Health Foundation and the Kaiser Family Foundation found undocumented immigrants as more likely to say their lives were disrupted by Harvey than native-born residents. Living Hope Wheelchair AssociationA member of the Living Hope Wheelchair Association visits immigrants recovering from Harvey.A new report on immigrants with disabilities in Houston highlights widespread problems with accessibility, health and lost jobs and homes after Harvey.The report highlighted a lack of shelter for people in wheelchairs, including little privacy for those using catheters. Information on which shelters were wheelchair accessible was also thin, according to the report. X Listen To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Share
Saravanan Hariram, fitness coach in HealthifyMe, an app that provides health solutions, suggests some great ways to follow a fitness regime and remain fit during the monsoon season. * You usually go for your walk or to the gym at a particular time. Stick to the same time plan for your indoor workouts also. And, dress the same way you do when you go out for a workout. Start with simple warm-up. Do exercise like spot running on the floor for a few minutes. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’* Purchase a few simple exercising devices like resistance bands and skipping rope. If you always wanted to buy an indoor cycle or treadmill, this is the right time. It’s a good option, as they can be used again during your next indoor monsoon workout session. * The stairs in your house are superb exercising device themselves. You can simply start doing stair climbing up and down for a few minutes. * Body weight exercises like push-ups, squats and lunges are excellent choices to improve your muscular strength. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with Netflix* Practice yoga. It also helps in reducing respiratory problems that are common during the monsoon season. * If you love to dance, dance like nobody is watching. This is a fun way to enjoy your indoor monsoon workouts. * Household chores are an excellent way to keep yourself fit. Clean out the shelves and cupboards, sweep the entire house, hand wash the clothes and do dish washing.
6 min read November 17, 2017 Artificial intelligence developments are occurring in countless industries and at an increasingly rapid rate. But are these developments occurring without the proper safeguards?There’s no way to know for sure at this point, but it’s clear that this concern is in the air. In late October, a lifelike, AI-based, female robot named Sophia mocked the idea by telling her interviewer that he had been “reading too much Elon Musk.” Of course, Sophia herself expressed a desire to “destroy humans” not long ago.Related: Elon Musk Says Competing for the Best AI Could Lead to World War IIIAside from far-fetched concerns over “Terminator” movie scenarios, there’s plenty for AI developers to be concerned about, from security and safety to just doing the job well enough that companies feel justified in — ideally, delighted by — switching to new systems. All that requires care and the right approach.Getting AI right the first time.K.R. Sanjiv, chief technology officer of Wipro Limited, understands this struggle. Wipro is a leading global information technology, consulting and business process services company. Sanjiv works on the front lines of the AI revolution and thus appreciates the need for honing the effectiveness and reliability of AI projects in development.“In creating an AI system,” he said, “my team worked to determine what the ‘right’ ecosystem for AI looks like. For our system to continuously become smarter, we knew an ecosystem made up of technology, data, industry-specific knowledge, research and security would be necessary.”Software companies would do well to follow Sanjiv’s lead. An AI system is a multicomponent one, and it will only be as strong as its weakest piece. Even a first-rate AI system would be useless if it contained a glaring security flaw. Sanjiv added, “Without each of these key ingredients, even a human wouldn’t be able to execute what we ask of AI, meaning the ecosystem plays a vital role in such an initiative’s success.”Related: 3 Ways AI Is Upending the B2B Sales ExperienceSafeguarding your company’s AI future.It’s inevitable: The world’s collective future will increasingly involve AI. Putting the right ecosystem in place will ensure companies are prepared to meet this future head-on. In order to prepare now, here are four practices to incorporate to safely accelerate your company’s forward AI trajectory.1. Avoid overconfidence.In 2015, Wired ran an eye-opening piece showing how AI systems for visual recognition can be fooled with what should be “no-brainer” test images. The tested systems — described as “leading image-recognizing neural networks” — failed miserably, misidentifying formless abstract shapes as baseballs and African Gray Parrots. Even worse, the systems had 99 percent confidence in the accuracy of their identifications.Such misplaced confidence is mildly problematic when it underpins a system providing nightlife recommendations or apparel suggestions based on local weather conditions. But what if an AI system is confidently wrong about a customer’s financial records, military operations (even making moral decisions in combat) or emergency management?For these reasons, the first step always ought to be to retain a healthy skepticism regarding the capabilities of one’s AI systems.2. Test systems effectively.The right attitude is a start, but alone it is not enough. To ensure effectiveness and safety, AI systems need to be rigorously tested under the right conditions.Testing must be done before an AI system is deployed in a real-world application to head off potential unforeseen problems before they do any damage. For example, researchers at RAND simulated the design of different types of fertilizers intended to reduce atmospheric carbon and fed an AI system the characteristics of different fertilizers as learning input.At first, the system seemed on target, but once the AI was allowed to consider delayed-release agents that are often used in fertilizers, it bypassed EPA safeguards for protecting the environment. Because all this was known to the researchers conducting the simulation, they were able to prevent the implementation of policy recommendations that could have had disastrous environmental results. Such testing should apply to any high-stakes domain, such as transportation, policing, military operations, medical device and drug development, childcare and many others.3. Build in accountability.Of course, testing can never offer perfectly accurate modeling of the real world. As Bas Steunebrink, a researcher at the Swiss AI lab IDSIA, told Futurism.com: “We cannot accurately describe the environment in all its complexity; we cannot foresee what environments the agent will find itself in in the future.”So even after simulation trials clear an AI project for deployment in the real world, vigilance — and mechanisms for response if something goes wrong — is critical. Project leaders and companies must maintain clear and explicit accountability standards for their AI systems.Good auditing is a best practice here, as is encryption with the most up-to-date security practices. Imagine the PR catastrophe that could result from the hacking of a system that has control over the personal information of millions of clients.Related: 4 Surprising Ways AI Is Changing How We Work With Words (and What That Means for Marketers)4. Take a page from Tony Robbins.Any good businessperson knows that to stay competitive, you never stop driving to get better. It turns out that life for a competitive AI system is no different.Steunebrink’s research is dedicated to instilling this principle in the AI world through what he calls “recursive self-improvement,” in which AI systems are empowered to monitor their own performance and adjust themselves accordingly to produce enhanced future results. This happens over time and with increasing experience in the problem domain.When 9-year-old kids do this on the violin or piano, we call it practicing. AI systems fitted with recursive self-improvement capabilities are not much different — but the results can be startling. AI systems iterate through problem sets far faster than any human ever could, and unlike kids, they don’t get tired or stop practicing to catch their favorite TV show.Steunebrink’s approach, which he calls EXPAI (experience-based artificial intelligence), aims to create AI systems that take baby steps but then make the micro-adjustments necessary, based on performance feedback, to tune themselves so that future actions are more accurate. It’s a potentially powerful approach that companies should keep in mind.The AI future is already here, but instead of fretting about the sorts of doomsday scenarios that are yielding press coverage for Elon Musk, smart companies are looking to use sensible principles to create robust opportunities for AI deployment in their markets.It’s an exciting time. 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FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 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 Siemens Go.Top CT scanner at SCCT19Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:05Loaded: 15.14%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:05 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 | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEOS | EP LAB | JULY 26, 2019 VIDEO: What Electrophysiologists Need From CT Imaging Prior to AF and VT Ablations Mark Ibrahim, M.D., F 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. Related Content By Dave Fornell, DAIC EditorWith increasing concern about radiation dose levels in radiology, I wanted to share my personal opinion on the subject based on my observations in the industry and first-hand experience as a patient.I recently had two computed tomography (CT) scans performed and having covered the subject of CT dose numerous times, I was curious to see what levels of ionizing radiation I received. I asked for copies of my datasets and the radiology reports and was surprised that the settings to record dose were not turned on. The scanner failed to record the dose length product (DLP) or the CT dose index (CTDI) volume on the DICOM header, which can be used to estimate the millisievert (mSv) dose of the exam.I don’t believe there is currently any legal requirement to record this information in Illinois, where I had my scan, or anywhere else for that matter. California will become the first state to require the recording of dose this summer, when a new state law goes into effect July 1. There is expectation in the industry this will be the first of many requirements to better monitor medical imaging radiation dose.My scans were performed to evaluate lower abdominal pain, which turned out to be a urinary tract infection with an odd presentation, being centered in the left ductus deferens. To rule out something more serious in the emergency department (ED), I had a contrast/delayed scan, followed by a non-contrast exam the following day. The contrast scans on a brand-new 64-slice scanner had no dose record. A non-contrast scan I had the following day on another machine at the same hospital did capture my DLP, which I calculated into an estimated dose of 9.5 mSv. The images from my contrast scan were better quality, mainly due to the contrast injection. But I wonder whether the better image quality may also have been due to the technologist turning up the dial to produce better quality pictures. I will never know.Exposure to radiation is something the public takes quite seriously. But most people have no idea how the radiology world works and are unaware of the actual exposure levels for exams they receive. Even if the dose were recorded, most patients probably would have no idea where to look for that information or how to calculate dose from the cryptic numbers and acronyms on their scans. (This would also be contingent upon the patient being provided a CD containing a DICOM viewer, which does not always work on a patient’s personal computer.)While it is understandable that the public does not know how to convert these numbers into the estimated dose received, I wonder whether many in the industry are in the same boat. While editing a recent comparison chart for Imaging Technology News (ITN), I was shocked to find none of the major CT manufacturers in the United States answered the following question: “What is the conversion factor used and cited for conversion from DLP to mSv.” This factor is important because it enables a person to look at a CT scan and immediately figure the estimated dose the patient received. I don’t know why no one provided this information, because to me it seems important for potential customers to know. It makes me wonder whether this information is being communicated effectively in the field. If operators understand why DLP and the conversion factor are important, they might be more inclined to make sure that the DLP capture is on when CT scans are done.My life-time cumulative dose is low, so I look at my scans mainly from an academic standpoint. However, my concern would be much higher if I had a chronic condition or combination of ailments requiring numerous or repeated CT scans.With the major trend in radiology today being to make scans as low as reasonably achievable (ALARA), I believe more care should be taken to document dose. There is a good chance this will be required in the future. The American College of Radiology (ACR) started its Dose Index Registry (DIR) more than a year ago and now has more than 1 million scans. Data collected from the DIR will be used to establish national benchmarks for CT dose indices to help ensure that patients receive safe, quality imaging. However, in order to know where a facility stands in meeting or falling short of these benchmarks, they must first record the doses they are using. Videos | Radiation Therapy | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: Use of Radiotherapy to Noninvasively Ablate Ventricular Tachycardia Pierre Qian, MBBS, read more Blog | Dave Fornell, ITN Editor | March 16, 2012 How Much CT Dose Did I Receive…Anyone? Videos | AAPM | July 29, 2019 VIDEO: Trends in Medical Physics at the AAPM 2019 meeting … read more
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