8 Slice CT scanner, can be in the office, in an ambulance, etc. and offers both 2D and 3D images....BD 

NeuroLogica Corporation announced that The Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital in Greensboro, N.C. is the 50th hospital to purchase its CereTom® portable CT scanner. NeuroLogica has seen widespread adoption of its portable CT technology that enables physicians to obtain high-quality CT images without the need to transport patients to the traditional hospital CT scanner. In addition to The Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital, the CereTom is being used at many of the best hospitals in the world including Massachusetts General Hospital, the Cleveland Clinic and Columbia Presbyterian. 

The CereTom is a portable eight slice CT scanner that can be used in the radiology department, ICU, ER, OR, NICU, MICU, SICU, interventional suite, or any medical clinic. The CereTom is compact and lightweight; only 29 inches (74 cm) deep, five feet (153 cm) tall and four feet (134 cm) wide and weighs approximately 750 pounds (341kg). It is being used by leading hospitals and medical centers across the United States and Europe, including Mayo Clinic, University Hospital (Linkoping, Sweden) and Boston Children's Hospital. It is also being used by two National Football League teams, the Indianapolis Colts and Oakland Raiders, during the 2007 season.

Fifty Hospitals Around The World Are Now Using NeuroLogica's CereTom(R) Portable CT Scanner


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