Dedicated MRI Systems: diagnostic imaging systems and clinical applications
Over 30 years of innovation in the field of dedicated musculoskeletal MRI results in cost-effective systems that provide clinicians with outstanding image quality, flexibility, ease of use, and patient comfort.
We were the first to develop dedicated MR systems for knee, shoulder and extremity imaging. Recently, we created G-scan Brio, a cutting-edge weight-bearing MRI system focused on MSK and spine imaging procedures. With more than 2,900 Esaote MRI systems installed around the world, from large hospitals to private clinics, orthopedic/sports medicine centers, rheumatology practices, podiatric offices and trauma departments, we’re the leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of dedicated MRI systems.
The growing family of innovative dedicated MRI systems boasts common features such as ease of use, open ergonomic design that guarantees optimal patient comfort and cost effectiveness.
The positive cost-benefit ratio that can be attributed to Esaote’s MRI systems is particularly attractive.
eXP Technology is the culmination of Esaote’s fully dedicated R&D commitment to meet the increasingly technical demands of modern medicine. By combining sophisticated acquisition and reconstruction methods, eXP substantially improves MRI exams by reducing scan times and improving image quality
Esaote Dedicated MRI systems come complete with network, archiving and documentation features to work as either stand alone or part of an integrated environment
Dedicated MRI Systems Siting
All Esaote Dedicated MRI systems are “one room” systems, which means that the complete system, magnet, electronics and console can be installed in a single room with limited space requirements.
Learn more about the latest innovative Esaote Dedicated MRI diagnostic imaging systems. Browse the new four microsites focused on musculoskeletal and spine imaging, weight-bearing, orthopedic, extremity and podiatry MRI. Cost-effective clinical solutions for outstanding MR high resolution quality images and easier patient positioning.