Magnetic Resonance Imaging Simultation Systems

Definition : Systems designed to replicate the conditions that a person will find when having a real magnetic resonance image (MRI) scanning study. These simulators usually consist of replicas of a real scanner, a front panel with a bore for patient entry, a movable patient table, a sound system to reproduce the sounds and vibrations typical of a real MRI scanning study, lights and fans for patient comfort, and a control panel to operate the simulation system. Some systems may include a software intended to provide a realistic simulation of the sounds and noise during a real MRI scanning. SMRI systems are used in healthcare facilities and doctors' offices to prepare people, especially children, the elderly, and psychiatric patients before MRI scanning procedures. The systems do not perform any real MRI scanning or apply any magnetic field.

UMDC code : 34353

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