MRI i_Open 0.36T

Магнитно резонансный томограф i_Open 0.36T

i_Open 0.36T magnetic resonance tomographic scanner uses constant magnet with 0,36 tesla vertical magnetic field.

i_Open 0.36T tomographic scanner magnetic system creates a magnetic field with the highest homogeneity of 5ppm (Vrms) in the 40 cm diameter sphere ensuring getting valid data on deformation in the whole examination area.

Open construction of a C-shaped i_Open 0.36T magnetic resonance tomographic scanner ensures free access and lots of space for the patients as compared with regular systems of the same type.

i_Open 0.36T magnetic resonance tomographic scanner has a space-saving size and the least margin of magnetic field propagation of 5 gauss that allows for placing MRI system in the room up to 20 m2, with magnetic field staying within the room.

A unique product by WANDONG – Active flat system of Gradient Screening applying amorphous materials to eddy currents solves the objective of eddy currents effect compensation facing MRI systems developers.
The most powerful system in this field having up to 6 kilowatt radio-frequency amplifier along with the powerful gradient system ensures optimal value for MR tomographic scanner within 11 to 30 mT/m and 55 to 120 mT/m/ мs rate of rise, allowing for getting radio-frequency signals of optimal shape and more flexibility while creating required sequences.
i_Open 0.36T magnetic resonance tomographic scanner is equipped with a powerful computer system which enables quick data collection for creating 1024х1024, 512х512, 256х256 images, being a record in this field, as well as images quick reconstruction. Modern software includes up-to-date clinical sequence set.
Using i_Open 0.36T magnetic resonance tomographic scanner allows for examination of all vital parts of the human body. Open magnet gives claustrophobic people the possibility to be examined and ensured better access to the patient during examination using contrast substances and anaesthesia.


Examinations using i_Open 0.36 t

  • brain, paraorbital spatial and nasal anatomy.
  • incretion organs, pituitary body, thyroid gland, epinephros.
  • head and collum vessels.
  • spine (cervical, thoracic, lumbosacral) and spinal cord.
  • abodominal cavity organs (liver, kidneys, gallbladder, abdominal salivary gland).
  • small pelvis cavity organs (uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, urinary bladder, ureters).
  • big joints (hip, knee, elbow, shoulder), bigbones and soft tissues. female mammary glands.