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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-04-26

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April 26 • 2007


A Lower Radiation
Scanner At DMC


MC Huron Valley-
new 64-slice scanner, which
Sinai Hospital
is expected to be in opera-
will soon have the
tion late in 2007, will be
state's third 64-slice dual
accomplished as part of a
source CT scanner, thanks
major expansion of HVSH's
to a $1.5 million contribu-
radiology department that
tion from the Sinai Guild.
will include another new CT
The Siemens computed
scanner, a new fixed MRI,
tomography (CT) scan-
and additional ultrasound
ner provides very quick,
Rusty Rosman
precise, three-dimensional
"The Sinai Guild is
images of coronary arteries
thrilled to bring cutting-
on a computer screen with
edge technology to Huron
significantly less radiation
Valley-Sinai:' said Rusty
than a regular CT scan.
Rosman, president of the
The scanner's accuracy
Sinai Guild. Founded as the
will enable HVSH physi-
women's auxiliary of Sinai
cians to pinpoint arterial
Hospital of Detroit in 1952,
blockages and other cardiac
the Sinai Guild is devoted to
conditions through a non-
health-related philanthropy
Robert Yellen
invasive test, often result-
and volunteer support for
ing in earlier detection of
metropolitan Detroit, focus
cardiac disease. Since the dual source
DMC Huron Valley-Sinai include spe-
scanner captures detailed images fast- cialized breast biopsy equipment and
er than the heart beats, physicians can heart monitors. El
focus on areas of concern in minutes.
"We are very grateful to the Sinai
Guild, a community leader in health
philanthropy, for providing this very
Walk For Diversity
powerful, state-of-the-art imaging
An interfaith unity walk is scheduled
technology. It will enable our physi-
for Sunday, May 20, along the Detroit
cians to provide faster and safer
River at Rivard Plaza downtown.
cardiac diagnosis for our patients. As
The event is the Michigan
an expression of our appreciation, the
Roundtable for Diversity and
hospital's planned professional office
Inclusion's seventh annual
building will be named the Sinai Guild Walk2gether Michigan ... Experience
Medical Office Building," said Robert
the Oneness!
Yellan, HVSH president.
The one- and three-mile walks
Dr. Bruce Wolf, of the HVSH
fund MRDI's young leadership pro-
Department of Radiology, stated, "The gram, LINC (Leadership in the New
Department of Radiology is grateful
Century), a developmental series of
to the Sinai Guild for helping us to
activities aimed at empowering stu-
obtain the latest and best CT equip-
dent leaders to create change in their
ment. This will allow us to continue
school communities.
providing the best possible care for
MRDI is a nonprofit, human rela-
our patients:'
tions organization seeking to elimi-
DMC Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital
nate discrimination and racism by
performs more than 18,000 CT scans
working across racial, religious, ethnic
each year to detect many different
and cultural borders.
disorders, including cancers and heart
disease. CT scanners capture thou-
Check-in for the walk begins at
sands of images and assemble them
1 p.m.; the walk starts at 2 p.m.
in three-dimensional cross-sectional
For information about team,
images in seconds. They provide
corporate and individual pledges:
greater clarity than a conventional X-
Steve Spreitzer, (313) 870-
ray. CT scanners with a higher "slice"
1500, ext.109 or sspreitzer®
produce the fastest, most accurate and
Miroundtable.org .
detailed images. Installation of the

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