Schroeder, M.D., of the Santa Clara Valley INFIRMARY, San Jose, and Rita F. Redberg, M.D., editor of JAMA Internal Medicine and of the University of California, SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, write: Thus, minimizing radiation exposure through the elimination of unnecessary scans and by using the minimal dose necessary to achieve a satisfactory image for required scans is a higher priority. But we are able to still do more to decrease the use of unnecessary scans and to decrease the level of radiation exposure from required scans. This will require a shift inside our culture to become more tolerant of clinical diagnoses without confirmatory imaging, more accepting of 'watch and wait' approaches and much less accepting of the 'another test can't harm' mentality, they continue.The poster that people offered at the ENC was about some function we do on quality control of botanical materials, utilizing a 400 MHz device like the one beside me right here, our Assure raw materials screening product. You are allowed by That item to obtain the data, analyse it, and record the material quality completely automation. For this ongoing work, we tried to find components that are adulterated commonly. One of the most common adulterated components in the herbal items industry are linked to weight loss items.