Shorter MR imaging protocols can be very valuable in pediatrics1, specifically when they reduce the need for
In a pilot assessment of children under the age 8 years undergoing a 5-minute2 brain MRI for primary headache, Emory University School of Medicine and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA)–Egleston found that the need for sedation was reduced by 70%.
They achieved this remarkable outcome with our clinically validated GOBrain protocol, which delivers exceptional diagnostic MR images, including all necessary contrasts and orientations, with the push of a button.
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