Radiology Oncology Systems presents the Swissray SR Pulse 710™ Wide Bore MRI system. It offers the widest internal bore of 71cm (about 28 inches). Due to the wide bore, this system doesn’t discriminate patient size and therefore allows access to all patients who need an MRI. It also allows for simulation in radiation therapy.
The system’s intelligent automated protocols offer high throughput and is built around a ZBO (zero boil-off) magnet which eliminates cryogen replacement. Combining these two qualities, and its affordable purchase price makes a very low number of procedures necessary to break even.
For those considering a new wide bore MRI system that maximizes patient access and cost efficiency, the Swissray SR Pulse 710™ may be the best option for you.
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