Accurate MR Images are invaluable in diagnosing the cause of musculoskeletal anomalies and formulating treatment plans. The G-Scan Brio dedicated MRI system features a comprehensive set of coils and sequences to provide complete MSK MRI, from spine to extremities – plus the ability to perform unique weight-bearing studies.
Unique Weight-bearing MRI Capabilities
Weight-bearing studies are easy to perform, allowing patients to be images in the position in which they experience symptoms and providing documentation that can be critical in pre-surgical workflow.
Designed for robust use, the fast patient positioning and simple workflow quickly delivers outstanding image quality and automated DICOM workflow.
Comfortable for Patients
The system’s open magnet design contributes to a quiet, comfortable, non-claustrophobic imaging experience.
Economical Siting and Operation
The G-scan Brio takes advantage of an optimized permanent magnet with no cryogens or complicated cooling systems, so siting and installation can be hassle-free.
All in One Room
The complete system with all electronics, magnet, and console can be installed in a single 245 square foot room. 13’ 3” by 18’ 6”.
Dedicated RF Pavillion
Light-weight pavilion style RF shielding can be installed without any additional construction or renovation.
Esaote dedicated MRI site planning, clinical and service teams will help with your installation needs.
Thanks to a combination of dedicated MSK sequences, advanced RF coils, and patented computing technology, Esaote MRI systems deliver high-quality MSK images in line with today’s throughput constraints.
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