About MRI PMT
MRI Patient Motion Tracker brings the second set of eyes to one of the most dangerous rooms in the hospital. MRI Patient Motion Tracker is a patented system of high definition cameras paired with motion detecting and monitoring software for patients and the MRI environment. The touch screen user interface and user-friendly software features bring MRI suites a winning combination! The program allows your technologists to quickly set the patient profile, assign hotspots to multiple cameras, and start monitoring with ease.If for any reason you are unsatisfied, return the system, and we will refund your purchase price!
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MRI Patient Motion Tracker with Motion Detection System.
The use of MRI to determine heart function has been slow to catch on, but a study from Duke Health researchers shows that stress cardiac MRI not only diagnoses disease but can also predict which cases are potentially fatal. Results from a large, multi-center study suggest that Cardiac Magnetic Resonance, or CMR, has potential as a non-invasive, non-toxic alternative to stress echocardiograms, catheterizations and stress nuclear exams in identifying the severity of coronary artery disease.
SAN DIEGO, CA — August 7, 2018 — Sound Imaging a leader in MRI equipment sales and repairs, is releasing a new, patented MRI patient motion tracking (PMT) system that will reduce motion artifacts, make MRI scans more efficient for imaging centers, and ensure patient comfort and safety. Over 4 years in development, Sound Imaging’s PMT was designed to address a “wish list” of issues brought up by the MRI Staff at Johns Hopkins Medical Center.
A Magnetic Resonance Imaging scan, more commonly known as an MRI, is a powerful diagnostic tool. The procedure is vital to the detection and diagnosis of many life-threatening conditions, including tumors, brain disease, heart conditions, and countless others. MRI scans lead to the diagnosis and treatment of detrimental and potentially fatal conditions. Thus, the potential benefits of an MRI scan are life-saving and are becoming increasingly exponential. So, it comes as little shock that over 30 million scans are done on a yearly basis in the United States alone.