Connectome Neonatal System

Connectome Neonatal System

Description

Neonatal brain MRI is increasingly undertaken both for clinical care and research with the main focus on enhanced care for fragile babies during scanning and optimized imaging performance.

The Connectome Neonatal System was  developed as a joint project by Jo Hajnal, Centre for the Developing Brain & Department of Biomedical Engineering, St. Thomas Hospital, KCL London, U.K. and RAPID Biomedical to consistently gain high image quality when examining babies. This system is being used for the European Research Council funded “Developing Human Connectome Project” (319456).

  • 32 channel multi-coil receiver array
  • dedicated for examining babies up to 44 weeks gestational age at time of scan
  • rigid but light shell with positioning holes to prepare the baby
  • support frame to slide the head coil over the baby and shell
  • close fitting 32-channel multi-coil receiver array
  • three immobilisation cushions (Pearltec AG) that conform to the shape of the baby’s head
  • baby transport trolley
  • accoustic hood to protect baby from noise
  • B0 field strength: 3 T
  • approximate measurements
    outer diameter of shell: 20 cm
    inner diameter of shell: 13 / 15.2 cm
    housing length of coil: 25 cm (shell ca. 69 cm, frame ca. 115.4 cm)
  • approximate weight
    of coil: 5.2 kg
    of shell: 2.7 kg

Medical Device, CE according to Council Directive 93/42/EEC
Caution: Investigational Device. Limited by Federal (or United States) law to investigational use.

Please contact us for availability on your MR system.

Find much more information about the connectome project in this virtual tour by courtesy of http://www.developingconnectome.org/project/ .


Image Courtesy:

SNR phantom maps: Emer Hughes, KCL London, U.K.
Pictures 4 to 6: Jo Hajnal, Centre for the Developing Brain & Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, St. Thomas Hospital, KCL London, U.K.

Publications

Lucilio Cordero-Grande et al.: Three-Dimensional Motion Corrected Sensitivity Encoding Reconstruction for Multi-Shot Multi-Slice MRI: Application to Neonatal Brain Imaging.
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 79 / 1365–1376 (2018)
with RAPID Biomedical coil # P-H32LE-030-01583

Emer J. Hughes et al.: A Dedicated Neonatal Brain Imaging System.
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 10.1002/mrm.26462 (2016)
with RAPID Biomedical coil # P-H32LE-030-01583

Datasheet

Download information about Connectome Neonatal System as PDF .

 

RAPID Biomedical GmbH
Technology Park Würzburg-Rimpar
Kettelerstrasse 3-11
97222 Rimpar
Germany

Phone: + 49 (0) 9365 / 88 26 – 0
Fax: + 49 (0) 9365 / 88 26 – 99

info@rapidbiomed.de
www.rapidbiomed.de

For US, Canada and South America please contact our sister company RAPI MR International.
Find information about our strategic partner Fastron Group.

Source: https://www.rapidbiomed.de/product/connectome-neonatal-system/