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Yale New Haven Children's Hospital installs groundbreaking, patient-focused MRI system inside its state of the art neonatal intensive care unit
Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital (YNHCH) opened its state-of-the-art neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) in 2018, demonstrating the hospital’s continued commitment to provide the best in advanced care for premature…
Aspect Imaging lauded by Frost & Sullivan for its revolutionary Embrace Neonatal MRI System that addresses the key medical imaging challenges of Neonatologists
Based on its recent analysis of the global neonatal intensive care unit magnetic resonance imaging (ICU MRI) market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Aspect Imaging Ltd. with the 2020 Global Technology Innovation Leadership Award.
Boston Hospital installs MRI machine specifically for NICU babies
A new addition to a Boston neonatal intensive care unit is improving care for struggling babies: an MRI machine installed within the unit. It’s the first of its kind in the country and is helping doctors make crucial decisions with the smallest and often sickest patients.
Aspect Imaging and Brightonix Imaging will be showcasing the SimiPET Simultaneous Preclinical PET MRI Insert at WMIC 2018
Aspect Imaging has teamed up with Brightonix Imaging to offer the SimPET insert to all preclinical MRI researchers.
Aspect Imaging Receives ISO 13485:2016 Certification
Aspect Imaging Ltd. has successfully obtained the ISO 13485:2016 Medical Devices Quality Management Standard certificate of registration.
Aspect Imaging announces FDA Clearance of Embrace: the first dedicated neonatal MRI system for the NICU
Aspect Imaging, a developer of compact, high-performance MRI systems, has announced today, that it has received Food and Drug Administration clearance…
Aspect Imaging Fuels Up with $30 Million for Compact MRI Systems
Aspect Imaging has raised $30 million to complete development to make MRI systems more wideley accessible in places like emergency rooms and neonatal intensive care units.