Nearly 200 unprotected computer servers full of medical data have been identified throughout the United States. The discovery, part of a new report from ProPublica and Bayerischer Rundfunk, covers the data of more than 5 million Americans.
Medical images and data from more than five million patients in the U.S. are left unsecured and vulnerable on the internet, according to an investigative report published Sept. 17 by ProPublica and German public broadcaster Bayerischer Rundfunk.
The need for surgical bailout in heart patients undergoing TAVR is low, according to research published in JACC: Cardiovascular Interventions, but when it is performed outcomes are poor, reaching 50% mortality at 30 days.
Machine learning analysis of Raman hyperspectroscopy—a technology used to measure the intensity of scattered laser light—has shown strong potential as a screening tool for Alzheimer’s disease when applied to an easily obtainable lab specimen: saliva.