Magnetic Resonance (“MR”) imaging (“MRI”) uses magnetic fields and radio frequencies to image the body instead of dangerous ionizing radiation (X-Ray and CT)

MRI can be used to diagnose many differing diseases including cancers, heart disease, injury in any organ, tissue, or bone

MRI is the only medical imaging modality that can diagnose certain soft tissue and blood flow illnesses, such as ischemic stroke in its earliest stage

How does it work?

Hardware Systems & Subsystems

MRA Scanners operate using high temperature super conducting magnets which use smaller and less expensive cryostats (i.e., cooling systems)

MRA Scanners have numerous patented subsystems designed to further reduce size and cost

Operation and Maintainance

MRA Scanners are transported and placed into service in shielded containers

The self-contained MR suites replace the three-roomed clinical installation requirement for conventional MRI devices

MRA Scanners are designed to be more reliable and require less maintenance & are easy to operate by only one medical technician or field nurse

Cloud Based Instrumentation

Cloud-based software transfers MR data, operating protocols, and system updates

AI assisted radiology.

Radiology services are powered by cloud-based AI diagnostics applications and efficiently delivered remotely from company-operated centralized radiology resource centers, eliminating the need for onsite radiologists and radiology technologists

Diagnoses becomes nearly-fully autonomous over time with data collection and deep learning