Sensible Solutions for Refurbished Radiology

New CT Systems For Coronary Imaging

Posted by Vikki Harmonay on Wed, Nov 7, 2018 @ 12:11 PM

It’s an exciting time for medical imaging technology, with new products being introduced almost weekly! The two latest advancements are in cardiac computed tomography angiography (CCTA) imaging

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Topics: CT Scanner, More Than Just Imaging Solutions

So, You Need to Relocate Your CT Scanner….

Posted by Vikki Harmonay on Wed, Oct 24, 2018 @ 12:10 PM

Moving a CT Scanner from one location to another is never easy and always expensive. But sometimes it just can’t be avoided. You’re moving to a new building or building on an addition and your CT Scanner just has to be moved. 

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Topics: CT Scanner, Medical Imaging Equipment Service

Is 64 Slice CT Scanners Gaining Popularity Over 16 Slice CT?

Posted by Vikki Harmonay on Wed, Oct 10, 2018 @ 11:10 AM

For years, the 16-Slice CT Scanner has been the go-to scanner for everything except cardiac studies. But with the emergence of more refurbished 64-Slice CT Scanners on the market,

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Topics: Buying Imaging Equipment, Medical Imaging Comparisons, CT Scanner

Two CTs Compared: Canon Aquilion 64 & GE Lightspeed VCT 64

Posted by Vikki Harmonay on Wed, Aug 22, 2018 @ 12:08 PM

Are you in the market for a solid refurbished 64-slice CT scanner? When you’re making your list of systems to consider, it’s wise to look at the Canon Aquilion 64 CT and the GE VCT 64 CT. While they have many things in common there are some differences that can affect your choice.

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Topics: Medical Imaging Comparisons, CT Scanner

2 CT Tube Comparisons

Posted by Vikki Harmonay on Wed, Aug 8, 2018 @ 12:08 PM

If you’ve got a Siemens CT Scanner, you know that parts and maintenance are not inexpensive when need to be replaced. That’s why it’s so important to factor in those

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Topics: Medical Imaging Comparisons, CT Scanner

Two CT Comparisons: GE Lightspeed VCT 64 vs Philips Brilliance 64

Posted by Vikki Harmonay on Wed, Jul 18, 2018 @ 11:07 AM

Are you in the market for a 64-slice CT scanner? Do you like the idea of purchasing a refurbished one so you get more bang for your buck? There are two great ones on the market and while they have a lot in common,

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Topics: Medical Imaging Comparisons, CT Scanner

Diagnosing Osteoporosis with DXA & Quantitative CT

Posted by Vikki Harmonay on Wed, Jun 27, 2018 @ 12:06 PM

With an average life expectancy of 84 years, American women spend roughly 50% of their adult life as a post menopausal female.  And because estrogen decreases sharply when women reach menopause. it can cause bone loss, increasing the chance of developing osteoporosis dramatically.

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Topics: Imaging Equipment Solutions, CT Scanner, Bone Densitometer

Two CT Scanner Comparisons: Siemens Sensation 64 & Philips Brilliance 64

Posted by Vikki Harmonay on Wed, Jun 20, 2018 @ 12:06 PM

Everyone knows that Seimens is a trusted name in medical imaging technology. And so is Philips, for that matter. And if you’re looking for a 64-slice CT Scanner, each company offers two great choices: The Seimens Sensation 64 and Philips Brilliance 64.

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Topics: Medical Imaging Comparisons, CT Scanner

What Is the Difference Between a CT Scanner & a Cone Beam CT Scanner?

Posted by Vikki Harmonay on Wed, Aug 2, 2017 @ 10:08 AM

The Traditional CT scanner and the Cone Beam CT scanner are two ways of doing the same thing-scanning-with each method claiming its fair share of advantages and disadvantages. When people think of a CT scan, they generally envision a huge machine that takes up a whole room scanning their entire body. Thanks to ever dynamic technology, there is much more than ordinary in the field of CT scans. While both scanners undertake the same basic function, there are technical differences that can influence your preference as well as practitioners’. Let us look at the Traditional vs. the Cone Beam CT scanner.

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Topics: Medical Imaging Comparisons, CT Scanner

Is Mobile CT a Good Solution for Smaller Hospitals Or Clinics?

Posted by Vikki Harmonay on Wed, Jun 14, 2017 @ 12:06 PM

It’s no secret that PET and CT imaging systems can take up a lot of real estate.  And that’s usually not a problem for large, high volume medical practices or hospitals.  But what if you have a smaller practice or lower-volume rural hospital?  Square footage can be limited, but the need will still exist for medical imaging.  That’s where a mobile imaging service could be an option.  Here are the three areas to consider when deciding between in-house equipment and the use of a mobile service.

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Topics: Imaging Equipment Solutions, CT Scanner