Medical professionals rely on advanced equipment every day to aide in hospital procedures. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Computed Tomography (CT) scans, and angiography all use contrast to magnify areas of the regular body radiograph (x-ray) images may not pick up. Enhancing soft tissue, organs, and denser areas within the skeletal system makes the demand for better ways to deliver contrast to patients a constant need in the medical industry. Having a professional contract with a reputable Contrast Injector Supplier is beneficial in any hospital or surgical practice.
Contrast has become an effective way to minimize lengthy surgical procedures by pinpointing problem areas before a surgery begins. Surgical departments will use contrast to assist while performing surgery to ensure that patients will have a less likely chance of post-operative complications and reduce the risk of future infection. Different ways of delivering the contrast are needed to ensure the amount given is precise and raises no or little risk to those receiving these procedures. Using precise injection syringes allows a patient’s body to flush the contrast through their system quicker because less will be needed.
The latest technology gives hospitals and professionals a number of options on how to deliver contrast to patients as well as monitoring the dosage. Syringeless injectors are a popular option for Radiologists performing CT scans. While double sided injectors are necessary for surgeons performing cardiology stents or angioplasty. Newer types of injectors are being produced along with technology to help monitor contrast flow. The advancements in precise injectors allow for less contrast being delivered to the patient unnecessarily and can be more cost effective to hospitals and insurance providers. These systems also help to streamline work flow and raise productivity by providing optimum efficiency.
Providers looking to upgrade their equipment and overall workflow productivity should contact Precise Bio-Medical to discuss the latest developments in contrast injector systems available. Has equipment already purchased not producing quality results? Providing maintenance and repair to keep the systems performing at industry standards is also an available option. Working with medical personnel from purchase, demonstrating how to use, and providing the routine evaluation of all systems is a company goal.