Cardiotools develops magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)-compatible products
This article was originally published in Clinica
Cardiotools, a new company founded by German manufacturers Vasculab Medizintechnik and Daum, is developing a number of MRI-compatible devices. The company has come up with a motor based on ultrasound technology that does not interfere with MR images, an injector for administering contrast media during scanning, and a lamp for use during MRI-guided surgery. Cardiotools, based in Malchow, Germany, is now seeking international distributors for its products.
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