ECR 2023

Eurepean Congress of Radiology | Vienna, Austria

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Discover the Power of 1T Imaging Without Compromise for Clinical Diagnoses

Discover the power to make more informed clinical decisions for your most vulnerable patients.

The patient-focused Embrace® Neonatal MRI System provides quality diagnostic imaging when and where its needed, while keeping premature and critically-ill infants safe and comfortable in their care environment. This breakthrough, point of care neonatal neuroimaging system

  • enables greater access to critical data insights for confident clinical decision making and research;
  • mitigates the risks, challenges and time often associated with off-unit patient transport to Radiology for scanning;
  • promotes a less stressful experience for patients, parents and the entire care team.
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Stop by and see for yourself how the point of care Embrace® Neonatal MRI System

  • generates quality IT images without compromise and
  • enables greater access to critical data insights for even your most vulnerable NICU patients.


A1-Tesla MRI System for Dedicated Brain Imaging in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Elisa R. Benson, Ali Mozayan, Steven Peterec, Sarah N. Taylor, Nigel S. Bamford, Laura R. Ment, Erin Rowe, Sean Lisse, Lauren Ehrlich, Cicero T. Silva, T.Rob Goodman and Seyedmehdi Payabvash

Published February 10, 2023 | Frontiers in Neuroscience

In the latest publication from Yale New Haven Hospital, reviewed by Linda DeVries and Kornelia Kreiser, looking at the clinical impact of the Embrace point-of-care scanner, researchers “confirmed the feasibility of the Embrace point-of-care 1-Tesla scanner for imaging in the NICU setting.”  The paper concludes “In comparing the point-of-care 1-Tesla Embrace MRI with other imaging modalities, [the researchers] demonstrated the advantages of point-of-care 1-Tesla brain MRI over ultrasound in detecting small early ischemic changes and parenchymal microhemorrhage.”  


The Clinical Experience with an in-NICU Magnetic Resonance Imaging System

Kirsten R. Thiim, Elizabeth Singh, Srinivasan Mukundan, P. Ellen Grant, Edward Yang, Mohamed El-Dib & Terrie E. Inder

Published April 2, 2022 | Journal of Perinatology


Research from Mass General Brigham Hospital in Boston, MA, recently published in the Journal of Perinatology, illustrates the value of having the Embrace Neonatal MRI in the NICU to provide information without the stress and risk of moving babies out of the NICU.  


Infant born by spontaneous vaginal delivery was admitted to the NICU and diagnosed with Gram Negative E. coli sepsis. A non-sedated MRI was completed on Day of Life 15, using the Embrace® Neonatal MRI System located inside the NICU.

After severe encephalopathy was noted following delivery, an early MRI scan was completed using the Embrace® Neonatal MRI System on Day of Life 1, while the infant was still undergoing therapeutic hypothermia to determine the extent of brain injury.


Neuroimaging of the Neonate

Dr. P. Ellen Grant

Featured speaker, Dr. P. Ellen Grant, is the Director of the Fetal Neonatal Neuroimaging and Developmental Science Center (FNNDSC) and holds an endowed chair in Neonatology and serves as a clinical Neuroradiologist at Boston Children’s Hospital in Boston, MA. She is also a Professor of Pediatrics and Radiology at Harvard Medical School.

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Discover point-of-care neonatal neuroimaging without compromise for improved patient care and research.

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