Synaptive receives FDA clearance for point-of-care MRI

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers

May 1, 2020 -- 3D visualization firm Synaptive Medical has garnered U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance for its Evry dedicated head MRI system.

Designed for point-of-care imaging in critical care settings, Evry features a 0.5-tesla superconducting magnet, predefined imaging protocols, automated series planning, a detachable stretcher to support beside transfers, and a multichannel head coil, according to the vendor. It also doesn't require yearly cryogen refills, a cryogen pipe, reinforced flooring, or rigging or cranes to be used for delivery, Synaptive said.

The Toronto-based firm previously received Health Canada approval for Evry in February.


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