X9905 - MRI System, Super Conductive

Magnetic Resonance Imaging Units (MRI) use Superconducting strong magnetic fields (between 0.5 and 1.5 Tesla) and radio-frequency (RF) radiation to translate hydrogen nuclei distribution in body tissues into computer-generated images of anatomic structures. MRI is primarily used to identify diseases of the central nervous system, brain, and spine and to detect musculoskeletal disorders. It includes DICOM 3.0 or latest version software protocol. The unit is to be procured with turnkey installation.
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North America
United States