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CE approval for 7.0T system
Added: September 19, 2017

CE approval for 7.0T system

Project manager Dr Matthew Longfield, principle magnet engineer Graham Hutton, head of product innovation and chief technology officer Simon Calvert and head of manufacturing John Laister.

 

Siemens Healthineers has received CE approval for its 7.0T Magnetom Terra MR scanner, making it the first ultra-high field MR scanner to be approved for clinical use.  Clinicians in Europe can now use the system for neurological and musculoskeletal examinations in routine clinical applications.

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Mobile disinfection units boost safety
Added: September 18, 2017

Mobile disinfection units boost safety Consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist Professor Grant Cumming with the trophon automatic, which is placed on a custom-made...
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First UK install of Voyager 1.5T MRI for Nuffield Health
Added: September 18, 2017

First UK install of Voyager 1.5T MRI for Nuffield Health MR superintendent Kathryn Appleyard, GE Healthcare, UK and Ireland MRI modality manager Sean Keefe and account manager Terrie Ellis,...
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