Portable X-Ray Equipment

Portable X-ray equipment can be brought to the patient. The resulting radiographs may not be as high in quality as stationary X-ray radiographs, but allow a technologist to come to the bedridden patient.

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The Future of MRI in Non-Invasive Surgical Treatments

By Michael Nieves | September 13, 2023
The Future of MRI in Non-Invasive Surgical Treatments

A Shift from Diagnostics to Therapeutics The medical landscape is continuously evolving, with innovations taking us to new heights of possibility. Among these advancements is a promising shift in the role of MRI scanners, typically used for diagnostic purposes, toward a therapeutic application that could redefine non-invasive surgery. Breaking Ground with MRI-Guided Treatment Protocols Researchers…

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Transforming MRI Scanners into Therapeutic Devices

By Michael Nieves | September 8, 2023

A New Horizon in Non-Invasive Surgery In the ever-evolving landscape of medical technology, MRI scanners have mostly been viewed as diagnostic tools. However, recent advancements are changing this perception, turning MRI scanners into therapeutic devices that can revolutionize non-invasive surgery. This transformation is thanks to groundbreaking techniques that enable MRI-guided therapies, offering a new dimension…

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How Crucial is the Age Factor in Buying a Used or Refurbished C-Arm?

By Michael Nieves | September 4, 2023
How Crucial is the Age Factor in Buying a Used or Refurbished C-Arm

When it comes to purchasing a used or refurbished C-Arm, a multitude of factors come into play. Performance, warranty, and longevity are, of course, high on the list. But what about the age of the equipment? Is it a crucial deciding factor, or are there other aspects you should pay more attention to?  The Role…

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Diagnostic Radiologists

By Pacific Healthcare Imaging | August 17, 2022
diagnostic radiologists
Diagnostic Radiologists are medical doctors that specialize in diagnosing and treating injuries and diseases using medical imaging (radiology) procedures (exams/tests) such as X-rays, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nuclear medicine, positron emission tomography (PET) and ultrasound.

Radiologists complete at least 13 years of training, including medical school, a four-year residency, and most often, an additional one- or two-year fellowship of very specialized training, such as radiation oncology, pediatric radiology, or interventional radiology. They are certified by the American Board of Radiology, and they have exacting requirements for continuing medical education throughout their practicing years.

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Mobile C-Arm Systems

By Pacific Healthcare Imaging | August 9, 2022
mobile c-arm systems

Mobile Imaging Systems are an essential part of everyday hospital life, due to their ability to move around the patient.  The optimum angle for a high-quality image is achieved, while keeping the patient comfortable. Mobile C-Arm systems are mobile imaging devices based on X-ray technology and since the introduction of the first C-arm in 1955,…

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