CT/MRI/R&F/C-ARM Imaging Equipment

Del Medical GE Philips
Siemens Villa Sistemi Medicali Toshiba

GE LightSpeed 64 Slice CT

Combining volume coverage, superior resolution and reduced dose, the LightSpeed 64 Slice CT makes imaging difficult patients routine and advanced CT studies simple. Key benefits of this system include: Extreme Console with DVD Burner - 6 frames per second Recon, etc. - Options: Direct 3D - ConnectPro - 3000 Image Series - SmartPrep - SmartSpeed - Helical Tilt - Remote Tilt - ReconPlus Power 440 - AutomA - Variviewer - Patient 16, etc. - H3 Gantry with Performix Ultra Tube.

Siemens MAGNETOM Verio

The MAGNETOM Verio offers greater patient access and comfort, made possible by the 70 cm Open Bore, resulting in higher throughput and more referrals. Additionally, the system's utilization of Total Imaging Matrix technology also increases throughput and shortens scan time, creating an opportunity to significantly increase procedure volume. Patients of all shapes and sizes will feel less discomfort and anxiety, reducing the need for sedation and minimizing claustrophobic rejections.


Siemens' customer-focused philosophy has always been to continually integrate cutting-edge imaging applications into daily clinical routine, providing high quality patient care while simultaneously lowering costs. The success of this philosophy is easily recognizable with more than 8,000 satisfied and knowledgeable customers who have purchased the SOMATOM making it the world's most popular CT scanner.

Toshiba Aquilion 320

The Aquilion 320 has more than five times greater detector coverage than its commonly used predecessor, the 64-CT. The big advantage over other imaging technologies, researchers say, is that the 320-CT can, in 1 second or less, perform image slices as big as 16 centimeters (6.3 inches), which is wide enough to capture most of the body's organs with one single rotation of its central, X-Ray emitting gantry.

Toshiba Vantage High Field

The Vantage offers several advanced imaging techniques including MR Spectroscopy and Speeder Parallel Imaging. MR Spectroscopy uses graphs created from the MR signal to study abnormalities of the brain whereas MRI provides images of the brain. Spectroscopy is often used to determine the biochemical composition of brain tumors and enables radiologists to more accurately distinguish benign tumors from cancerous ones. Speeder Parallel Imaging allows for expedited imaging without compromising the image quality.

Philips Intera 1.5T

The Intera 1.5T by Philips is a high field MR scanner designed to allow increased productivity through the application of Philips Freedom Technology. This MRI system offers you new levels of customizability which lets you perform exams the way you want, quickly and efficiently. This MRI system utilizes the Synergy RF system that handles a combination of 4 quadrature coil channels plus 1 linear channel with the option of multiple coils being simultaneously connected.

Del Medical Apollo Remote Controlled R/F

Apollo is the next generation of remote controlled RF systems from Del Medical/Villa Sistemi Medicali, designed for maximum patient throughput and application flexibility. Apollo maximizes the efficiency and flexibility of the remote controlled RF approach. Skeletal, GI, tomography, vascular or ERCP are all performed quickly and easily, allowing you to get the most out your RF room.

Remanufactured OEC C-Arms

Remanufactured OEC C-Arms offer excellent imaging results at a remarkable price. Thoroughly remanufactured, our OEC 9600 and 9800 Series systems are equipped with new and upgraded imaging components. We disassemble, remanufacture, calibrate and pre-stage each C-Arm prior to delivery.

Philips C-Arms

The BV Pulsera with 3D imaging provides you with the unique combination of conventional 2D C-arm flexibility and top-quality 3D imaging in a single compact system. Improving the doctor's confidence as well as enhancing efficiency and cost-effectiveness of minimally invasive surgery the BV Pulsera with 3D imaging helps you to perform demanding surgeries with greater precision than ever before.