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Medical Dealer | Block Imaging | IR vs. AEC CT Dose Reduction Tools Compared

Radiation dose in CT scanning has always been something users have sought to minimize. In recent years, however, the call to develop tools that make dose reduction intrinsic to the way we scan, instead of a guideline that we strive to follow, has become much louder.

Medical Dealer Magazine | Block Imaging | Digital Mammography Detectors Compared

Digital Mammography Detectors Compared Cesium Iodide vs. Amorphous Selenium Digital technology in general represents a step forward in mammography image quality from analog systems. Even so, there is a spectrum of image resolution levels within the digital set. One of the several determining factors in digital image resolution is the chemical composition of the detector. […]

Medical Dealer | Block Imaging | What Does Your Imaging Equipment Service Rep Really Know?

Medical imaging equipment is, by nature, very technical equipment. Each modality has its own set of maintenance concerns, unique parts, and even language.

Medical Dealer Magazine | Block Imaging | 5 Sure-Fire Ways to Extend the Life of Your C-Arm

On one hand, C-arm machines seem to be very durable and built to last. They get banged around in operating rooms and up and down hospital hallways and still – they keep on ticking.

Medical Dealer Magazine | Block Imaging | Imaging Equipment Service Trends Where Is the Industry Heading?

Legislation, reimbursement rates, research and development – with so many factors at play, the imaging equipment market is constantly changing and, along with it, so is the imaging equipment service market.

Medical Dealer | Block Imaging | How to Prepare for a Mobile MRI Rental

AAs with all imaging equipment, your MRI scanner will eventually need to be upgraded or replaced to keep pace with new health care demands.

At the heart of every CT scanner is its X-ray tube.

Dams don’t just break. Cracks develop that are often unseen. Then, as more cracks occur and pressure is applied, the integrity of the dam finally gives way and water pours out.

Medical Dealer | Block Imaging | IR vs. AEC CT Dose Reduction Tools Compared

Radiation dose in CT scanning has always been something users have sought to minimize. In recent years, however, the call to develop tools that make dose reduction intrinsic to the way we scan, instead of a guideline that we strive to follow, has become much louder.

Medical Dealer Magazine | Block Imaging | Digital Mammography Detectors Compared

Digital Mammography Detectors Compared Cesium Iodide vs. Amorphous Selenium Digital technology in general represents a step forward in mammography image quality from analog systems. Even so, there is a spectrum of image resolution levels within the digital set. One of the several determining factors in digital image resolution is the chemical composition of the detector. […]

Medical Dealer | Block Imaging | What Does Your Imaging Equipment Service Rep Really Know?

Medical imaging equipment is, by nature, very technical equipment. Each modality has its own set of maintenance concerns, unique parts, and even language.

Medical Dealer Magazine | Block Imaging | 5 Sure-Fire Ways to Extend the Life of Your C-Arm

On one hand, C-arm machines seem to be very durable and built to last. They get banged around in operating rooms and up and down hospital hallways and still – they keep on ticking.

Medical Dealer Magazine | Block Imaging | Imaging Equipment Service Trends Where Is the Industry Heading?

Legislation, reimbursement rates, research and development – with so many factors at play, the imaging equipment market is constantly changing and, along with it, so is the imaging equipment service market.

Medical Dealer | Block Imaging | How to Prepare for a Mobile MRI Rental

AAs with all imaging equipment, your MRI scanner will eventually need to be upgraded or replaced to keep pace with new health care demands.

At the heart of every CT scanner is its X-ray tube.

Dams don’t just break. Cracks develop that are often unseen. Then, as more cracks occur and pressure is applied, the integrity of the dam finally gives way and water pours out.