C-Arms: Full Size vs. Mini

C-Arms are imaging scanner intensifiers, and were named C-Arm due to their “C” like shape. They are primarily used for surgical, orthopedic, critical care, and emergency care procedures. There are two different types of C-Arms – Full Size, and Mini.   A common...

A Short History of the MRI Machine

  A Magnetic Resonance Imaging machine, better known as an MRI, has a long and complicated history, beginning in 1945. It all started when Swiss physicist named Felix Bloch conducted an experiment regarding a new method of nuclear induction, a study of nuclear...

Welcome to Our New Site!

  Hello, and welcome to Amber Diagnostics’ updated website! As a leader in radiology equipment refurbishment, we wanted our website to be just as industry leading.   For those of you who have been here before, welcome back! You’ll notice significant changes...

Top 5 Holiday Hidden Gems in Orlando

  The Holidays are beautifully celebrated here in Orlando, especially at the ever popular theme parks. However, there are plenty of lesser known holiday gems to savor besides them. There are so many things to do in Orlando around the holidays that it was...

Call for Action May Change Things

Radiation is not just a concern for practitioners and patients but also for Service technicians and repair specialists in the diagnostic imaging world. The latest goals in terms of radiation have been outlined for three years, since the Bonn Call for Action.  ...

Another Reason for MRI Screening

It’s important to stay abreast of what are some of the particular concerns and risks of patients. A great example is pancreatic cancer screening. It has been discovered that patients at risk for pancreatic cancer are better diagnosed through MRI screening.   If...

End Of Life; In Imaging Terms

When you hear the words end of life you know that you are about to lose a dear and loved piece of equipment. In diagnostic imaging, it’s no different when you use that particular term.   What does end of life really mean, though?  Well, let’s look at it as it...

A New Variation of an Old Favorite, the CT System

What do you think of when you think of the CT scanner? Normally you think of a big round structure with an opening. The CT scanner is not just used in imaging centers and hospitals but it’s also used in operating rooms as well. The CT System is like an old friend that...

International Markets and Digital Mammography

Digital mammography is quickly becoming a major player in the diagnostic imaging market. Part of the reason for the surge is the fact that analog systems, while still useful and affordable, are slowly yielding the way to digital. The word digital often, sometimes...

Asian Medical Device Market Going Strong

As we face an increasingly difficult economic time domestically, it’s good to see that markets for diagnostic imaging are only gaining strength, at least overseas. According to sources, the Asian medical device market is seeing unprecedented growth on every end, lower...

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