A recent study by the New York School of Medicine and Emory University School of Medicine shows a significant increase to CT and MRI use within emergency departments within the past decade. Depending on the treatment, there was anywhere from 20 to 40 percent increase.
What does this mean and why does that matter? Firstly, it shows how integral imaging has become to the healthcare world. Secondly, this presents us how effective these imaging needs can be within emergency situations. Often MRI or CT scans are not seen as a tool used in an emergency situation, but this proves that is not necessarily the case.
At Sound Imaging, we know how much time is of the essence. This is why we offer MRI services, like repairs and installations within a timely manner, to make sure your facility can get back to see patients as soon as possible. Our line of MRI accessories also keep in mind how important time is, with our MRI accessories need little to no down time to install, like MRI Visors, the portable MRI video system, that requires no downtime for your facility.
This is an adapted article, and to learn more about this MRI and CT research, read the full story. Picture is a MRI stock photo.
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