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La tapa inclina para conseguir la mayoría de la vida de sus bobinas de MRI

por Sean Ruck, Contributing Editor | September 09, 2011
From the September 2011 issue of HealthCare Business News magazine


• Get training on your specific coils to learn how to troubleshoot them with the owner’s manual.

• Insist on having the users/owner’s manual if you are buying coils on the used market

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• Invest in phantoms for your coils so that you can run the proper diagnostic tests on your coil.



DOTmed Registered MRI Coil repair Companies


Names in boldface are Premium Listings.
Domestic
John Bachellier, MBI-USA, CA
Moshe Alkalay, Hi Tech Int'l Group, FL
DOTmed Certified
Ray McClellan, MRI Technical Services Inc, GA
Wes Solmos, Creative Foam Medical Systems, IN
DOTmed Certified
Chad Seelye, Block Imaging Parts & Service, Inc., MI
DOTmed 100
Joe Merz, TopLine Medical, ND
DOTmed 100
Randall Jones, Resonance Innovations LLC, NE
DOTmed Certified
Alison Fortin, Global Inventory Management LLC, NH
DOTmed Certified
DOTmed 100
Scott Scofield, VIVID IMAGING, NV
Tim Wright, Virtual Medical Sales Inc, NY
Steffen Baumann, Noras MRI products, OH
Nicholas Hersman, MEDRAD, Inc., PA

International
Tajinder Singh Bhatia, MRI Services, India

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