National Association of Neonatal Therapists

banner graphic

Discover the Value of Point of Care MRI
in Clinical Decision Making

Supporting Your Mission of Excellence

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 revolutionary, point of care imaging system

  • enables greater access to critical insights so you can make the best care decisions for even your most vulnerable NICU patients;
  • mitigates the risks, challenges and time often associated with off-unit patient transport to Radiology for scanning;
  • promotes a more simplified and efficient workflow that is less stressful for patients, parents and the care team.
Stop by our Booth #9 at this year’s NANT 12 Conference and discover how the Embrace® point of care MRI System can support your mission of excellence.
MRI in a Minute - Tutorials

Up Your Game and Learn MRI in a Minute!

Point-of- care MRI for NICU patients is a real game changer; enabling safer, easier access to critical data insights for earlier diagnoses, treatment and therapy to support neonatal neurological development.

We have devised these short 60-second videos to give you a better understanding of this powerful diagnostic imaging tool and to learn how MR imaging can support your efforts to deliver the best care possible for your precious patients.

View our featured videos here or click below to access our full MRI in a Minute video library.


After moderate encephalopathy was detected following emergency Cesarean delivery, an unsedated MRI Scan was completed in the NICU using the Embrace® Neonatal MRISystem on Day of Life 4, after rewarming.

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.


Preterm Brain Health

Mireille Guillot MD
The Hospital for Sick Children
Toronto, Canada

Dr. Mireille Guillot is a Neonatologist currently completing a research-intensive fellowship in Neonatal Neurology at The Hospital for Sick Children, University of Toronto. During this webinar, Dr. Guillot discusses how neonatal neuroimaging can be used both as a diagnostic tool to detect preterm brain injury and as a prognostic tool, to predict neurodevelopmental outcomes.

Embrace® Product Information & Resources

Product Brochure

Transformating Neonatal Neuro Imaging Inside the NICU

White Paper

Mitigating Infection Control
in the NICU

Embrace Neonatal Neuroimaging Inside the NICU

Product Brochure

Neonatal Neuroimaging Inside the NICU

Discover the Value of Point of Care MRI Inside the NICU!

Contact an Embrace® MRI specialist today!

Stay up-to-date regarding the latest Embrace® news, events and information.