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MUSC team demonstrates MRI scan in ambulance

Doctors at MUSC Health’s Comprehensive Stroke Center constantly work with their community hospital colleagues on initiatives to cut down the steps that need to happen between the time a stroke patient is wheeled through the ambulance bay until treatment can begin.

Xoran Technologies Mobile CT Systems at RSNA

Xoran Technologies

Innovation continues at Xoran Technologies and RSNA attendees have been flocking to booth 7508 to learn more. Xoran was recently awarded a grant from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to support the company’s research and development efforts for lung computed tomography (CT) imaging.

Xoran has proposed TRON – an open-bore, truly mobile CT to assist in the identification of lung disease as a part of the grant. In addition, Xoran has established collaborative partnerships with specialists in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine and Radiology at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

With the xCAT IQ – an FDA 510k-cleared mobile CT system for bone and brain imaging, Xoran has shown capability in point-of-care (POC) CT solutions for the intensive care unit (ICU) and the operating room. Now with improved image quality for better neurosurgical visualization, the xCAT IQ quickly and easily rolls up to the patient table for fast scanning, providing real-time updates on patients’ condition.

Also showcased is Xoran’s latest addition to its mobile CT suite: the vTRONTM, an open bore 3D CT, released for veterinary sale in 2021. Key features of the vTRON are the large open-bore gantry and small footprint, making it easy to implement in companion animal hospitals.

Earlier, Xoran also announced it received a grant focused on integrated intraoperative imaging with surgical navigation from the National Institute of Health (NIH) and the National Cancer Institute (NCI) through the Small Business Initiative Research (SBIR) project. The funds are facilitated by a matching grant from external investors, Decathlon Capital Partners.

For more information, visit www.xorantech.com.

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