Mobile Medical Imaging Systems Improve Care Accessibility for Patients

by Mohammed Arafat

Monday 14th of February 2022

Mobile Medical Imaging Systems Improve Care Accessibility for Patients


A recent analysis by Frost & Sullivan found that barriers to traditional medical imaging platforms drive the need for mobile photography systems. They provide affordable and inexpensive solutions for health professionals to perform diagnostic imaging in a variety of clinical settings. COVID-19 has enhanced the need for modern mobile photography systems. Their promising features include rapid, accurate, and effective disease identification and the ability to improve patient health outcomes and prevent the spread of COVID-19 to non-infected patients and other medical staff.

"The deployment of advanced imaging technology and sound cancellation technology to portable medical imaging systems helps to produce sharp, high-quality patient images, which provides a high level of diagnostic for health professionals," said Neeraj Nitin Jadhav, TechVision Research Analyst at Frost & Sulli. "The deployment of these portable medical imaging tools enhances the productivity of health professionals and reduces the need to transport critically ill patients from hospital to diagnostic centers with radiology imaging and related complications."

Jadhav added: "The gradual reduction of the components has led to the development of integrated medical imaging systems for mobile devices, which facilitates the handling of these tools. , doctors 'offices, and patients' homes. In the future, some outpatient clinics will also use these programs. "

The increasing use of portable medical imaging systems such as X-ray, CT, MRI and mobile ultrasound scans across the world of healthcare presents opportunities for beneficial growth for market participants, including:

Utilization of single-display, dual-power X-ray technology: Mobile photography companies may focus on single-exposure technology, eliminating dual power-based X-ray technology X-ray scanners that provide better diagnostics. sensitivity compared to conventional X-ray machines.

Transmission of photon-counting computed tomography (PCCT) technology: Companies developing mobile CT scanners should form alliances with research institutes to submit PCCT technology to these platforms to create patient images with better and contrast-enhanced, low-intensity radiation reduction. patient exposure to radiation.

Focus on the use of portable stroke units: Mobile MRI scanner companies should work with education and research institutes to develop portable stroke units that can easily send air and road ambulances.

Global Mobile Medical Imaging Technology Innovations and Growth Opportunities is a recent addition to Frost & Sullivan TechVision study and analysis available through the Frost & Sullivan Leadership Council, which helps organizations identify a continuous flow of growth opportunities for future success.

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