Regular Exercise Reduces High Blood Pressure

July 1, 2019

The risk of hypertension increases with age. Therefore, it is essential to take the necessary precautions to prevent and control high blood pressure. According to recent studies, exercise can have a major role in helping to control hypertension.

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The future of medical image management is in the cloud. Unfortunately, the farther data travels the more lag time accrues. We call this latency. Radiologists and other physicians are accustomed to receiving images at rates of 50 frames per second. When traveling across the entire United States, it may drop to 10 frames per second - much too slow for acceptable patient care.

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whitePaper | March 17, 2021

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The relationship between cybersecurity ratings and therisk of hospital data breaches

whitePaper | January 31, 2022

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whitePaper | January 27, 2022

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whitePaper | February 9, 2023

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The future of medical image management is in the cloud. Unfortunately, the farther data travels the more lag time accrues. We call this latency. Radiologists and other physicians are accustomed to receiving images at rates of 50 frames per second. When traveling across the entire United States, it may drop to 10 frames per second - much too slow for acceptable patient care.

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