What is a SatPad?
SatPads are an MRI accessory designed to improve images, eliminate air-tissue interfaces, improve patient comfort, and increase through-put saving time and money per exam. SatPads are filled with perfluorocarbon liquid containing no Hydrogen atoms and has magnetic susceptibility similar to that of human tissue.
How do SatPads work?
SatPads contain a perflourocarbon fluid that contain no hydrogen atoms and has magnetic susceptibility similar to that of human tissue, so they will contribute no signal to the MR Image. SatPads are designed to improve the homogeneity of the local magnetic field by eliminating air/tissue interfaces, thereby improving images from such pulsing parameters as chemical shift fat saturation and gradient echo.
Many sizes to choose from
Ankle Wrist KneeNeck Back Shoulder
Breast (4, 7, 8, and 16 channel)