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For All Your Imaging Marker Needs

by Luke Molnar

Check out our extensive range of imaging and skin markers for radiology Imaging Solutions is your one stop shop for medical imaging accessories and consumables. We have a huge range of markers to assist with day-to-day radiological procedures. From reference and calibration markers to skin and biopsy localisation markers, we’ve got it all. And our […]

Are your foams in need of refreshing?

by Luke Molnar

Imaging Solutions has you covered with a huge range of closed-cell, vinyl covered, raw foam and Invisi-Cote positioning foams. See our comprehensive range of patient positioning devices for every specialty imaging application. From all-purpose coated and uncoated foam sponges to innovative and purpose-designed MRI, CT, general x-ray, mammography, radiation therapy, surgical specific devices. Imaging Solutions […]

Laurel Bridge Solution Overview – Enterprise solutions that solve imaging workflow challenges

by Luke Molnar

Laurel Bridge provide centralised, scalable solutions for ingesting, routing, retrieving, identifying, and integrating medical images, from across the clinical enterprise, into the varied IT systems they encompass. They enable healthcare organisations to improve patient care with imaging information.Use solutions to: Integrate systems and facilities Increase organisational efficiency Enhance clinical quality and patient care Expand clinical […]

Meet Imaging Solutions – Beekley Medical’s 2018 Global Partner of the Year

by Luke Molnar

Article written by M.S. Global Business Development, Senior Manager at Beekley Medical, Amy Bosco Full Article on Beekley Medical online click here Beekley Medical annually recognizes one high-performing business partner with the “Global Partner of the Year Award.” One of the biggest factors in deciding the winner is the percentage of growth over the previous year. […]

The Magnetic Deflection

by Luke Molnar

Commentary by Emanuel Kanal, MD The Case A 68-year-old woman with a prior history of cerebrovascular accident and hypertension presented to the hospital with new left-sided weakness and hypertensive urgency. The duration of her symptoms was unclear, and she was not a candidate for thrombolytic therapy. She was admitted to the stroke unit and received […]