Advanced medical imaging equipment will become available to more people due to the cost-savings nature of EMA technology.
FREMONT, CA: For billions of people throughout the world, new medical imaging technologies could transform the experience of getting a scan. It will offer advanced medical imaging comparable to MRI and CT scans at a cost similar to an ultrasound scan. The goal is to make tissue characterization more cost-efficient, accurate, and versatile than any other medical equipment on the global market for monitoring, diagnosis, and therapy.
This innovative medical imaging technology intends to expand global access to high-quality health diagnostics, making them more accessible to people living in less developed countries.
The Pulsar 1, a UK-based product, employs EMA technology to help doctors make better decisions by making high-quality medical tests faster, safer, and more comfortable for patients.
In a way that ultrasonography alone cannot, EMA uses both radio signals and ultrasound to reveal the tissue types in places of concern. By enhancing the amount and quality of information accessible to help make a diagnosis, EMA facilitates the availability of high-quality images, which supports improved clinical decision-making.
EMA utilizes a combination of a constant radio signal and an ultrasonic transducer to efficiently shake and identify the movement of extremely small quantities of tissue in the scanned region of interest. A radio frequency signal illuminates this area, and detecting its echo return allows for tissue type identification within the scanned area. Ultrasound alone will not be able to accomplish this. Clinicians can use this approach to discover the fluid collection, calcification, capillarization, and other tissue abnormalities in troubled parts of the body.
The Pulsar 1 is an innovative medical imaging scanner that gives the patient an experience like ultrasound. The scanner, which is still under development, will allow doctors to diagnose and treat patients right at the point of treatment, eliminating the necessities for referrals and medical imaging escalation. The EMA technology and the Pulsar 1 have the potential to open up enormous prospects in less developed countries. Medical imaging is difficult to obtain in remote areas due to a variety of causes. It includes difficulties such as the expense of healthcare, access to it, infrastructural issues, and MRI and CT scanners that have been damaged and unrepaired for lengthy periods of time. Doctors can treat patients in more remote regions using EMA technology, which can be included in more mobile devices than an MRI or CT scanner. As the cost savings are provided by EMA technology, advanced medical imaging equipment may become available to a broader number of people in underdeveloped nations.