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In-bore solutions: patients love it, departments thrive

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Masuda, Yoshitada, RT, PhD Chiba University Hospital • Japan
Brus Mortensen, Jeanette, M.Sc. Herlev University Hospital • Denmark
Fogh, Kristian, B.Sc. Herlev University Hospital • Denmark
Bovin, Jonas, B.Sc. Herlev University Hospital • Denmark
Kesseb√∂hmer, Jan, M.D. Radiologisches Zentrum am Kaufhof • Germany

 

A multicenter study by hospitals in Denmark and Japan shows that the use of In-bore solution helps 84% of patients have a calmer MRI experience. Another Herlev study reports less rescans. Additionally, the number of patients that needed sedation has reduced by 80% at one center in Germany. All three centers feel that In-bore Connect helps them stand out.

 

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In-bore solutions: patients love it, departments thrive

 

Patients recommend it

Patient surveys at Herlev Hospital and Chiba University indicate that their MRI experience with In-bore solutions was calmer and more enjoyable. A majority of patients would recommend the MRI system with Ambient and In-bore experience to others.

Improved experience for patients

A study at Radiologisches Zentrum am Kaufhof showed that the number of patients that needed sedation has reduced by 80% with In-bore experience compared to their other two wide-bore MRI systems. According to Dr. Kesseböhmer, the Ingenia helped to differentiate his center – with the biggest impact being the in-bore experience.

 

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 The progress bar shows the patient in the scanner in real time how the scan progresses. So, it helps to give patients a sense of time during the examination. The breath-hold guidance function coaches patients through the breath holding that is needed for some scans. It shows a patient when to start and how long he or she still needs to hold breath.
The progress bar shows the patient in the scanner in real time how the scan progresses. So, it helps to give patients a sense of time during the examination.
The breath-hold guidance function coaches patients through the breath holding that is needed for some scans. It shows a patient when to start and how long he or she still needs to hold breath.

 

 

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In-bore solutions: patients love it, departments thrive

 

 



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