Customer Testimonials

Atlas Integrated Coil System

Auditory fMRI and the Benefits of Toshiba’s Quiet MR Technology

Patient Comfort and Acoustic Noise Reduction
Dr. David S. Wack Research Associate Professor, Dept. of Nuclear Medicine, University at Buffalo explains his findings on Auditory fMRI and the benefits of Toshiba’s quiet MR technology.
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M-Power Software Delivers Efficient Workflow and Advanced Post Processing

Easy as 1-2-3
Ann Bair, MR Supervisor at PinnacleHealth in Harrisburg, PA, explains the user friendly features of Toshiba’s M-Power software.
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Simplicity Improves Productivity
Karen Botts, Director of Imaging at PinnacleHealth in Harrisburg, PA, describes the ease-of-use benefits of Toshiba’s M-Power software.
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Patient Friendly Features

Patient Friendly Features of the Titan 1.5T
Ann Bair, MR Supervisor at PinnacleHealth in Harrisburg, PA, explains the patient friendly features of the Titan 1.5T MR system.
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Quiet Exam Environment
Lisa Hungate, RN of Cardiovascular Diagnostic Center expresses how quiet the Toshiba MR system is, not only for the technologist, but for patients, as well.
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Reducing Patient Anxiety
Daniel Heller, MD describes how Titan's large open-bore, quiet system and Atlas coil system reduces patient anxiety and maximize chance to image patients quickly,often without the need for sedation.
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More Patient Space
Dr. Nehme from Wenatchee describes patient's surprise with Titan MR system, from the quietness to the roomy, large open bore.
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Atlas integrated coil system for improved workflow

Faster Workflow
Mike Lake of Cardiovascular Diagnostic Center explains how the Atlas Integrated Coil System allows great patient coverage without repositioning the patient.
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Multiple Exams
Atlas Integrated coils allow for multiple exams as described by Laurie Patrick from Wenatchee.
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Non-contrast Imaging Technologies providing safer patient exams

Imaging Diabetic Population
Non-contrast imaging allows safer imaging of large diabetic population and patients with renal insufficiency as described by Lisa Hungate, RN of Cardiovascular Diagnostic Center.
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Imaging more patients than ever before
Tim Albert, MD of Cardiovascular Diagnostic Center explains how non-contrast imaging allows the opportunity to image patients that were not able to be imaged previously due to kidney/renal insufficiencies.
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Greater Clinical Detail
Daniel Heller, MD of St. Anthony's describes how non-contrast MRA allows physicians to view vessel detail in patients that would not have been previously possible.
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