MAGNETOM Free.Max breaks barriers to expand the reach of MRI:
- Where patients have felt discomfort, MAGNETOM Free.Max is the world’s first 80 cm bore offering an improved patient experience
- Where siting was an obstacle, MAGNETOM Free.Max offers a helium-free infrastructure
- Where access to MRI was not viable, MAGNETOM Free.Max makes access to MRI affordable
- Where conventions have limited our thinking, MAGNETOM Free.Max breaks barriers to explore new clinical opportunities
Expand opportunities with a larger bore
Bore size shouldn’t shut patients out of MRI. But, whether it’s due to claustrophobia or a larger body, sometimes it does. A larger bore would make for a less daunting, more comfortable experience. Opening up the bore means opening new opportunities and better access.
PODCAST: Breaking barriers to make MRI more accessible around the world
Dr. Vikas Gulani, Chair of the University of Michigan Department of Radiology, joins Dr. Arthur Kaindl, Global Head of Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Siemens Healthineers, to discuss the value of increasing access to MRI—and how to accomplish that goal.
When barriers are left behind new opportunities arise…
The digital transformation of MRI
Siemens Healthineers is bringing the digital revolution to your MRI practice. We are constantly perfecting our acquisition technologies to achieve higher image quality. And now with Deep Resolve, we have introduced deep learning-based reconstruction to further enhance the quality of outcomes. MAGNETOM Free.Max leverages the full potential of the digital power of Siemens Healthineers for the utmost in diagnostic quality.
Deep Resolve Gain
Deep Resolve Gain is a reconstructive technique that uses individual quantitative noise maps in the reconstruction process for targeted denoising. It is available for a broad range of sequences and boosts image quality for maximum diagnostic capabilities.
Improved implant imaging with High-V MRI
Imaging metal implants has historically been difficult with conventional MRI systems as metal causes artifacts. High-V MRI offers intrinsic physical advantages that result in reduced metal distortions and therewith strongly improved diagnostic capabilities for implant imaging.
Reduced susceptibility challenges with High-V MRI
Susceptibility artifacts are a well know phenomena in MRI. One prominent example for such artifacts are at air-tissue interfaces, as they occur at the sinuses and orbits. The unique field strength of High-V MRI offers physical advantages that inherently reduce susceptibility artifacts. This leads to reduced geometric distortions in diffusion imaging which results in improved diagnostic quality.
New opportunities in pulmonary imaging with High-V MRI
Pulmonary imaging has been notoriously difficult with conventional MRI as the air-tissue interfaces result in a fast signal decay. These challenges scale with magnetic field strength which makes High-V MRI the perfect opportunity for pulmonary imaging. As a result, High-V MRI provides possibilities to expand the reach of pulmonary MRI.
EPI-based 3D SWI
A new approach to susceptibility-weighted imaging based on 3D EPI enables high-quality and highly resolved depiction of cranial veins on MAGNETOM Free.Max.
- Head/Neck Coil
Our first 80 cm wide bore redefines patient accessibility
Explore the streamlined MRI workflow with MAGNETOM Free.Max
Watch the workflow video to see how MAGNETOM Free.Max can help streamline productivity.
Learn more about:
- myExam Companion
- syngo Virtual Cockpit
myExam Autopilot automates MRI intelligently. Even novice users can deliver high quality results easily in routine MRI scans. For experienced techs this also allows to focus more on the patient rather than the operation of the scanner. myExamAssist and myExam Cockpit complement the scan experience with guidance and flexible protocol customization.
Stay connected to be one step ahead
While you focus on caring for your patients, we stay connected to care for your MRI. Siemens Healthineers’ innovative service uses the preventive intelligence of Guardian Program to solve technical issues before downtimes occur. We stay connected to keep you one step ahead.