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RSTI Offers MRI Courses

Radiological Service Training Institute (RSTI) continues to provide quality diagnostic imaging training and has done so since 1985.

“With a selection of over 35 courses each year, RSTI has trained over 15,000 service professionals from over 50 different countries in radiology, mammography, CT, ultrasound, networking, PACS and DICOM,” according to the RSTI website.

“Located in Solon, Ohio, RSTI offers classrooms and lab facilities to accommodate up to 60 people. Each lab and classroom is equipped with the best instruments and technology to assure our students are at the top of service professional market,” the website adds.

“RSTI has an amazing staff. Its personnel and instructors are what makes RSTI the best in the industry. RSTI is sensitive to system performance and possess a sense of urgency at all levels of the training process. Therefore, RSTI uses quality to train you to be the best,” the website states.

RSTI offers new MRI classes for 2020. The class “MRI Phase 1: Principles of Servicing MRI” is a skills development course designed to provide an introduction to MRI service for engineers with no MRI experience. The course will equip engineers with the theory, physics and safety principles required for servicing MRI systems. This course will also teach engineers MRI system operation, identification of major system components, PM basics and basic troubleshooting of MRI systems.

The more advanced “MRI Phase 2: Advanced MRI Service” course is a skills development course designed to build on fundamentals acquired during the MRI Principles service training course. It will teach service engineers the concepts of MRI system calibration, performance monitoring and verification, and diagnostics. This course will also teach engineers MRI image artifact recognition, analysis and corrective action. It will cover system software management methods, including cloning, ghosting, backup and restore. RSTI’s MRI courses are designed to be non-OEM specific. A third MRI class could be added in 2020.

The on-site training schedule covers a wide range of imaging modalities with classes on X-ray, PACS, rad and R/F, cardiac cath labs, portable X-ray, women’s health, mobile C-arms, ultrasound, management, CT and networking and digital information. RSTI offers on-site and off-site training options. RSTI also offers a Certified Radiological Equipment Specialist (CRES) Prep Course. The entire training schedule is available online at

“Not only is RSTI a leader of excellence in training, it has a worldwide network of resources to help people buy the right equipment and is becoming one of the most sought out companies for equipment, and medical units,” according to the website.

For more information, visit or call 833-229-7784.



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