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Understanding MRI Scanner Receivers


19 June, 2011 | MRI

How Advanced Technologies Improve MRI Imaging Multichannel radiofrequency and parallel imaging technologies are hardware and software implementations, respectively, aimed at improving the coverage, signal resolution and speed of MRI examinations. With multichannel RF technology, the MRI signal used to form an image is collected by an array of separate detectors, or coil elements. Each element [...]

Important Considerations to Review Before Purchasing an MRI System


10 June, 2011 | MRI

Before purchasing an MRI system, it is important to take into consideration the following main technical points, in order to make the best decisions possible for your medical facility: The MRI system should be FDA-approved The MRI system should comply with the IEC 60601-2-23 standard The MRI system should comply with all Dicom 3.0 mri [...]

The Intricacies of MRI Magnets


26 May, 2011 | MRI

The MRI magnet is the largest and the most expensive component of the Magnetic Resonance Imaging System. The Three Main MRI Magnet Types In general, there are three main types of magnets used in MRI systems: resistive, permanent and superconducting. Resistive MRI magnets are wound around a cylinder and create a magnetic field when electricity [...]

The Intricate World of MRI Parts


3 March, 2011 | MRI

Magnetic Resonance Imaging, most commonly known as MRI, is a medical device system made up of an intricate set of primary performing MRI parts which use magnetic field and the natural resonance of atoms in the body to obtain images of human tissues. The first functioning MRI device was launched in 1945 and the equipment [...]

The Importance of Medical Equipment Parts for Imaging Departments


16 February, 2011 | medical equipment parts

Imaging is defined as radiological production of a clinical image using X-rays, ultrasound, computed tomography, magnetic resonance, radionuclide scanning, thermography, etc.; especially, cross-sectional imaging, such as ultrasonography, CT or MRI. From the very basic x-ray equipment, to more complex MRI and nuclear medicine applications: all imaging medical equipment parts must be quickly and easily accessible [...]