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MRI Scanner Description

If you are going to be renting or financing an MRI scanner, you need to make sure you are getting the right machine for the job. First, though, you need to make sure you have the space needed to house one of these machines. They are quite large and will require their own room. In addition, it is always a good idea to check out the features and options included with the machine. You will find that they all tend to work very similarly to one another.

Features of mri scanners

The scans are typically used to provide accurate detection of diseases in the body, as well as head trauma. It can provide a wealth of information on the body for the doctor, which can ultimately help with the patient’s treatment.

How mri scanners work

The scanner is a very large machine, which is essentially a tub surrounded by a large magnet that encircles it. The MRI scanner features a moveable platform on which the patient will lay down and then be placed within the tube. This can create a claustrophobic sensation in some patients.

About mri scanners

An MRI scanner, or Magnetic Resonance Imaging scanner, is a large machine that utilizes magnetism and radio waves along with a computer that will then generate images of structures within the body. This is a painless exam, and there is no radiation involved. However, there are some patients who cannot be scanned, including those who have metal implants, metal chips or fragments, and pacemakers, for example.

MRI Scanner Manufacturers

MRI scanners are a part of many hospitals and clinics, and quite a few manufacturers have models on the market today. Some of the companies making MRI scanners include Esaote, Neusoft, Paramed, GE Healthcare, Philips, Hitachi, Aspect Imaging, Aurora, Time Medical, Alltech, and Medonica.

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