The PET and SPECT nuclear systems can be stand-alone or clipped onto the front of any of MR Solutions’ extensive range of high field, liquid helium free MRI systems or its range of cutting edge CT systems.
MR Solutions’ latest PET-MR imaging system for molecular research provides dual scanning capability which significantly improves the quality of the images and the length of time normally taken to conduct separate imaging studies.
Fabrice Chaumard, Sales and Marketing Director of MR Solutions said: “It was very gratifying to not only have great interest from new customers but report backs from existing customers on the quality of the images, the stability and robustness of the technology.”
2/26/19: MR Solutions, the only company to have an installed base of cryogen-free MRI scanners, continues to both broaden their range and power, up to 9.4 Tesla as well as developing a state of the art PET/SPECT/CT range with compatible cradles to speed-up and minimise handling.
MR Solutions continues to expand its range of preclinical scanners with the first showing of its elegant bench top CT scanner. The scanner which was displayed for the first time at the EANM* congress in Dusseldorf in...
7/16/18: Professor Kevin Bennett at the University of Hawaii is the primary researcher on the project and has developed a unique contrast agent for use with the MRI system. Using Professor Bennett’s contrast agent his team are working on tracking changes within the kidney to see how the disease starts which will enable patients to receive earlier treatment. He said: “This is a much needed resource to help detect kidney disease within the Hawaiian population – with a view to making it a thing of the past or at least reduce the likelihood of getting the disease.”
4/26/18: Dr David Taylor, founder and Chairman of MR Solutions commented, “As with all of our innovation this was prompted and discussed with the world leaders in preclinical scanning. Their number one requirement is having the highest resolution but particularly important is the interchangeability of the various scanning modalities and the ability to have common carriers for rapid transfers.”