par Mai Hiraoka
, Media Relations Manager | November 29, 2020
From the November 2020 issue of HealthCare Business News magazine
SONIALVISION G4 LX
SONIALVISION G4 LX Shimadzu Medical Systems
Shimadzu Medical Systems
Shimadzu introduced a new configuration for the SONIALVISION G4 universal digital R/F table system. The new configuration, known as the G4 LX, offers an optional 180 cm SID expanding Shimadzu’s RF product portfolio with an addition to an already high performing system. With the 180 cm SID configuration, the SVG4 brings additional functionality for making chest exposures with the table in the vertical position. In institutions where only small rooms are available, the 180 cm SID is used for making chest exposures where RF exams are needed but the space is not available to add a CTM and wall-stand.
Numed, a well established company in business since 1975 provides a wide range of service options including time & material service, PM only contracts, full service contracts, labor only contracts & system relocation. Call 800 96 Numed for more info.
Aegys and CEIA USA Ferromagnetic Division The CEIA PD240CH-Z4 is the only handheld MRI patient screening solution that can operate on an all metal mode of detection and with a push of a button switch to a ferrous only mode of detection. This dual capability addresses the projectile threat of ferrous items while also addressing the RF induced burn risk or artifact generation caused by any metal item. Additionally, the Z4 is the also the only MRI handheld MRI patient screening solution validated as MRI-Conditional to 3T. MRI Safety just got safer!
CEIA USA Ferromagnetic Division
The wall-mounted CEIA MSDW detects magnets and all ferromagnetic objects considered dangerous in the MRI environment. The MSDW can operate as a single unit for a pass-by or rotate-by checkpoint or it can operate in pass-through configuration with CEIA's exclusive EVO analyses, which features uniform detection sensitivity over the entire transit area. Multi-zone acoustic and optical alarm signaling indicates the ferrous threat items on patients and staff. Limited operator training is required for ease and speed of system use. Integrated memory logging is available for recording up to 70,000 events including alarms, programming modifications and diagnostics.