British Columbia-based Clarius Mobile Health has launched its second-generation series of wireless ultrasound scanners, putting the functionality and image quality of larger systems in a device that fits in a pocket.
Here, Michael Thomas, director of marketing and business development at Irvine, Calif.-based Ampronix, sheds light on the imaging side of medical equipment service and shares how the company is addressing this niche market.
As a biomed, bringing your talent to a developing world hospital that is struggling for sound medical equipment can be an intensely satisfying experience. For those who are thinking about making a medical mission trip to the developing world for the first time, partnering with an organization that can help prepare supplies and contacts is key to a successful experience.
The decision to introduce both MRI and ultrasound OEM replacement parts and services to its menu of offerings comes as a direct response to current customer needs and the growing medical imaging market, company officials say.
At the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), Siemens Healthineers, Malvern, Pa., presented its new computed tomography (CT) scanner portfolio, developed to cover all major requirements and customer needs regarding CT imaging.
GE Healthcare has created an always-on solution to help buyers and biomed teams focus on patient care—by delivering what they need, when and where they need it. This online system, GE Healthcare Service Shop, provides instant access to equipment parts and accessories, repairs, and education resources directly from GE Healthcare, the original equipment manufacturer.
At the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, which took place last week in Chicago, Wayne, N.J.-based Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas, Inc. showcased upgrades to its AeroRemote platform. With AeroRemote Insights, managers can evaluate system performance by reviewing digital radiography panel impact events, among other activities.
The results of this pre-clinical study demonstrate that 6″-18F-fluoromaltotriose is a promising new tracer for diagnosing most bacterial infections and has the potential to change the clinical management of patients suffering from infectious diseases of bacterial origin.
A mainstay of hospital imaging departments, picture archiving and communication systems, or PACS, are costly—and delicate—equipment. Below, Esteban Rubens, global enterprise imaging principal at Pure Storage, discusses what’s driving growth in the PACS sector and how hospitals can reduce their total cost of PACS ownership.
By 2022, North American healthcare facilities will purchase 14.5% of their service parts, devices, accessories, and supplies online. To address this demand, GE Healthcare announces that it has increased its inventory of multi-vendor parts available on GE Healthcare Service Shop.