"Aspect Imaging supports neonatologists and neuroradiologists in making accurate diagnostic decisions by delivering clinical information to them easily via connected picture archiving and communication system (PACS) servers, without the disruption of transporting babies out of the NICU" noted Kaul. "The company aims to disrupt and redefine the entire neonatal medical imaging space and has shown strong growth potential across geographic regions."
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About Aspect Imaging Ltd. (Aspect)
Aspect Imaging is the world’s leader in the design and development of compact MR imaging systems for preclinical and medical applications. With breakthrough technology in compact, high-performance, permanent magnets, it offers self-shielded MRI and PET/MRI systems with minimal maintenance and installation requirements, well suited for a wide variety of in vivo applications and research models. Back to HCB News