X Nucleus Cardiac Coils
The design for a proton or X nucleus coil for cardiac imaging and spectroscopy depends strongly on your application specifications, on the field strength and on the scanner model. We are happy to share our experience and discuss to determine the optimum customized solution for your project.
▪ flexible or rigid housings
▪ available in linear or quadrature polarization or as multi channel receive array
▪ single tuned or dual tuned
▪ for prone or supine patient positioning, depending on coil design
▪ adjustable housings for e.g. pediatric studies
▪ for 3T and 7TMR systems
▪ nuclei: 1H, 31P, 23Na, 13C, 19F and other
For a quotation on this coil please contact us.
Regulatory requirements for medical devices will vary by country and MR system.
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N.D. Gai et al.: Optimized Three-Dimensional Sodium Imaging of the Human Heart on a Clinical 3T Scanner.
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2015) 73:623–632
with RAPID Biomedical coil # O-XLS-XQE-HL-030-01338
F. Bönner et al.: Monocyte imaging aftermyocardial infarction with 19FMRI at 3 T: a pilot study in explanted porcine hearts.
European Heart Journal – Cardiovascular Imaging, 16, 612–620, doi: 10.1093/ehjci/jev008 (2015)
with RAPID Biomedical coil # O-XQ-030-01407
S. Konstandin, L. Schad: Two-Dimensional Radial Sodium Heart MRI Using Variable-Rate Selective Excitation and Retrospective Electrocardiogram Gating with Golden Angle Increments.
DOI 10.1002/mrm.24523, Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 000:000–000 (2012)
with RAPID Biomedical coil # P-X02LS-X04LE-H02LE-030-01244