ASPNR 2022

4th Annual Meeting JAN 7-9  | Miami, FL

Embrace Point of Care MRI for the next generation

Better Care Demands Better Solutions.


The Embrace® Neonatal MRI System is specifically designed to address the unique challenges associated with scanning premature and critically-ill infants. This state-of-the-art, point-of-care MRI system produces quality MR images right inside the NICU, while eliminating the time, risk and complexity of scheduling and transporting these extremely vulnerable patients to Radiology for scanning. Stop by our display in the Mona Lisa Room at the Eden Rox Hotel to see for yourself how the Embrace® can improve your Radiology workflow, provide quality neonatal neuroimaging, and transform neonatal care at the point of care.


Embrace Neonatal MRI Because…

achieving the best possible outcome for every NICU patient is the point of care.

Embrace® Neonatal MRI because…

delivering exceptional care efficiently and effectively is
the point of care.

Embrace® Neonatal MRI because…

making accurate, timely diagnoses and informed clinical decisions is the point of care.

Embrace® Neonatal MRI because

keeping patient safety
as your top priority is
the point of care.

Quality Diagnostic Imaging for
Confident Clinical Decisions


Embrace® provides sharp, high resolution axial, sagittal, coronal and oblique MR images of the neonatal brain, enabling confident assessment, diagnosis and treatment of premature and critically-ill NICU patients.

Quality MR Imaging

Embrace® generates quality dicom images within minutes of the scan in a range of pulse sequences.


MR Image Comparison

See for yourself how Embrace MR image quality compares to competitive 1.5T scanners.


DWI Case Study

Early detection of ischemic brain injury using diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI).


Ready to discover how Embrace® can provide quality neonatal neuroimaging and improve your Radiology workflow?

Contact an Embrace MRI Specialist today!

Embrace® — A New Virtual Experience

We invite you to explore the advantages of point-of-care MRI and discover what only Embrace® can deliver in our new interactive 360 Virtual Experience.  View clinical images, informative videos, access product information, and see for yourself how the Embrace® is transforming neonatal neuroimaging from the inside. Its powerful diagnostic imaging that delivers big for your smallest patients.  


On-Demand Webinar Presentation

Imaging Evaluation of Neonatal Encephalopathy

Edward Yang, M.D., Ph. D.

Attending and Neuroradiology MRI Physician Liaison
Department of Radiology
Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston, MA.

In this presentation, Dr. Yang discusses the imaging evaluation of neonatal encephalopathy. While focused on patterns of hypoxic ischemic injury, the imaging features of alternative diagnoses are reviewed for comparison and the role of MRI timing and serial imaging are also discussed. 

Embrace® Product Information & Resources

Product Brochure

Redefining Neuroimaging Inside the NICU


Case Study

Assessing periventricular white matter lesions in a 37-week-old infant with neonatal encephalopathy


Case Study

Early detection of ischemic brain injury using diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI)


Product Brochure

Transforming Neonatal Neuroimaging Inside the NICU


White Paper

Rethinking MRI Demands in a Post COVID-19 Environment


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About Aspect Imaging:

Aspect Imaging is a global leader in the design and development of compact, MR imaging systems for Pre-Clinical and Medical applications. Through state-of-the-art technology, Aspect Imaging offers innovative point-of-care MRI solutions, including the Embrace® Neonatal MRI System, which is designed to facilitate enhanced patient-centered diagnostic capabilities inside the NICU. 

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