Mobile PET/CT: Is it Right For You?

When you decide that a PET-CT Scanner is right for you, you may hear about Mobile PET-CT and wonder what the differences are, and whether a Mobile PET-CT may be right for you.   You want to consider whether you live in a city that offers a PET-CT scanner in a...

What Goes on Inside a CT Scanner?

The CT Scanning technique was first discovered by Sir Godfrey Hounsfield, and the first CT scan was performed in October of 1971 on a cerebral cyst patient at Atkinson Morley Hospital in Wimbledon, London, England. In 1975, Hounsfield built a whole body scanner. Now,...

Understanding MRI Gradients & Slew Rates

Some of the most common questions we receive here at Amber concern Gradients and Slew Rates for MRI Machines. Our customers want to know: What are they? What do they do? And mostly: Why are they important?   They certainly are common questions to ask because...

Nuclear Camera: What Does it Do?

At Amber Diagnostics, we are mainly known for our MRI machines, our Computed Tomography systems, C-Arms, PET/CT scanners, X-Rays, and Mammography machines. However, we also sell Ancillary Items, including DR and CR’s and Printers, as well as Nuclear Cameras (sometimes...

High Field vs. Low Field MRI

We receive a number of questions here at Amber Diagnostics regarding the benefits and differences of High Field MRI machines and Low Field MRI machines. High Field MRI machines are also the most common of the two, and are usually called Closed MRI’s.   Low Field...

How Ultrasound Machines Work

Ultrasound machines are widely used for a variety of reasons, and because of this Amber has been refurbishing used ultrasound machines for over twenty years. We know just how vital to medical facilities ultrasound machines really are.   Ultrasounds are known to...

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