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These MRI Siting Decisions Can Make or Break Your Project

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With Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) systems constantly evolving, MRI facility planning offers challenging opportunities for creativity and innovation.  MRI siting decisions can “make or break” a project in terms of cost, time and potential patient inconvenience.

The very powerful magnet and the special environment that is required are critical factors that must be taken into account in the MRI site layout. Understanding siting requirements enables architects and planners to design an effective and safe area for the MRI in the clinic or hospital setting.

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WHY IMEDCO

As a division of the largest dedicated Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) shielding company in the world, IMEDCO America has an established reputation for delivering MRI (RF) shielding packages optimized for each individual environment.

We start by understanding the needs of the end-user then we leverage our in-depth product knowledge to educate users on optional features and the benefits of these features. We work closely with the architectural and construction teams to ensure seamless design and construction plans.

Our experienced, knowledgeable consultants differentiate IMEDCO from other MRI shielding companies. We work side by side with planners and consultants to make sure they have the MRI Shielding information they need to be even more valuable to their clients.

Whether you’ve selected your shielding company, or are still undecided, you will find the answers to many of your siting questions in the 2016 MRI Site Planning Guide…and you won’t even have to fill in a form to get it. Our guide comes with no strings attached.

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Contact us today and we’ll design the best MRI suite for your business. As always, our Isocenter is you.

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