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Used Cubicles from The Furniture Source Help to Eliminate Cubicle Claustrophobia in Call Centers

Refurbishing Modern Day Office Staple Ensures Successful and Productive Call Centers are Created with Used Cubicles. Eden Prairie, MN (PRWEB) January 20, 2009 -- www.thefsi.com --The Furniture Source, provider of new and used office furniture in Minneapolis, MN , is ...

Whoopi Goldberg Conquers Fear of Flying Courtesy of Sir Richard Branson and Thought Field Therapy

...ation, practical experience and the special psychological techniques of Thought Field Therapy (TFT) to provide rapid relief from the panic, anxiety, claustrophobia and turbulence of fear of flying in just a single day. Dr. Roger Callahan, the inventor of this well-proven method, trained Virgin's Flying Withou...

Siemens Shapes the Future of Integrated Diagnostic Imaging

...e ability to complete studies in less time can reduce patients' anxiety. Biograph mCT's large 78 cm bore can also help to alleviate patients' sense of claustrophobia and allows better positioning of RTP devices, such as breast boards, and makes scanning of obese patients easier. Biograph mCT adapts to virtually a...

Cone-Beam CT faster, potentially more accurate than conventional mammography

...es for breast MRI, and 10 minutes for mammography. It also eliminates the discomfort associated with compression during mammography and the problem of claustrophobia during MRI, said Dr. Yang. The full results of this study appear in the December issue of the American Journal of Roentgenology, published by the A...

A Magnetic Presence: Siemens New MRI Systems Pulling More Patients Toward the Benefits of MR Imaging

...aging. Due to the system's 70-cm bore diameter, the average distance between a patient's eyes and the magnet is 30 cm, greatly alleviating concerns of claustrophobia in many patients. In addition, the wider space makes it possible to scan patients who could not be examined with the MRI system in the past, including...
Claustrophobia in Medical Dictionary

Claustrophobia

Claustrophobia is the fear of having no escape, and being closed in. It is typically classified as an anxiety disorder and often results in panic attack. One study indicates that anywhere from 2-5% of the world population is affected by severe claustrophobia , but only a... claustrophob...

Agoraphobia

...ownload the program for Agoraphobia seen on NBC, CNN & ABC news, or work one-on ... Acrophobia Agoraphobia Androphobia Anxiety Anxiety Attacks claustrophobia Fear ... General symptoms of agoraphobia . ... Agoraphobia Symptoms. Living with an Anxiety Disorder. Psychotherapy for Anxiety Disorders ... ...
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