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FERROMAGNETIC DETECTION SYSTEMS FOR MRI SAFETY

Ferromagneti Detector

allowing the Technologist or Radiographer to quickly and easily identify and remove ferromagnetic threats.
NO Invasive searching, pat down or intimate personnel contact required.

OTHER DETECTORS lack the technology to locate the threat, thus leaving the staff guessing and wasting valuable scan time trying to find it.

alerts on the approach of ferromagnetic threats to Zone IV well before the portal is reached. Warning lights can be seen from both inside and outside the magnet room. The greater the threat, the further away the warning is activated. The audio alarm is activated only at the threshold.

OTHER DETECTORS also have visual warnings but they are NOT visible to staff when inside the magnet room. Relying ONLY on acoustic alarm once the ferrous object is already in Zone IV is simply BAD PRACTICE.

Alarm lights can be seen from both inside and outside the MRI room giving the Technologist FULL control. ACR and The Joint Commission require control of Zone IV at all times.

OTHER DETECTORS also have alarm lights, but they are NOT visible to staff when inside the MRI room.

suppresses false warnings and alarms by concentrating only on the threats that are trying to enter the magnet room and ignoring surrounding ferromagnetic disturbance. The use of 24 sensors and 18 detection zones ensures uniform sensitivity and detection reliability from head to toe.

OTHER DETECTORS produce great number of irrelevant warnings and false alarms by detecting moving ferrous objects all around the hospital (e.g. techs moving in chairs, gurneys rolling down the hall, close-by elevators, etc...)

for all facility architectural layouts. For outward swinging MRI doors the unit is mounted on the inside part of the door frame. With in-swinging doors on the outside.

OTHER DETECTORS produce image artifacts if installed inside the MRI room. When installed outside the MRI room, one side of the detector is completely blocked by MRI door when opened outwards (85% of the MRI doors open outwards).

by NOT PRODUCING alarm on:

  • Doors (in-swing and out-swing)
  • Exit from the magnet room
  • Cross Traffic
Ferromagnetic Incident Log Manager is now available as an accessory to the FerrAlert™ HALO II PLUS detector. This patent pending logging device was designed specifically with the new The Joint Commission standards in mind. In addition, it is a great tool to assist with internal Root Cause Analyses. ONLY the FerrAlert™ FILM device will be able to help MRI providers to comply with the new The Joint Commission standards and there is no similar product available on the market.



NEW REQUIREMENT by The Joint Commission
FerrAlert™ F.I.L.M. - Ferromagnetic Incident Log Manager is the ONLY automatic logging device to help MRI providers to comply with The New Joint Commission standards
A Continuous and Automatic Visual Record of Potential and Actual Projectile Incidents. Provides a visual record of the actions after the incident. Together with our ferromagnetic detector FerrAlert™ Halo II Plus assists with Root Cause Analysis. Download F.I.L.M. Brochure

ferromagnetic detector

allowing the Technologist or Radiographer to quickly and easily identify and remove ferromagnetic threats.
NO Invasive searching, pat down or intimate personnel contact required.

OTHER DETECTORS lack the technology to locate the threat, thus leaving the staff guessing and wasting valuable scan time trying to find it.

Ferromagnetic Detection System

alerts on the approach of ferromagnetic threats to Zone IV well before the portal is reached. Warning lights can be seen from both inside and outside the magnet room. The greater the threat, the further away the warning is activated. The audio alarm is activated only at the threshold.

OTHER DETECTORS also have visual warnings but they are NOT visible to staff when inside the magnet room. Relying ONLY on acoustic alarm once the ferrous object is already in Zone IV is simply BAD PRACTICE.

Ferromagnetic Detection System

Alarm lights can be seen from both inside and outside the MRI room giving the Technologist full control. ACR and The Joint Commission require control of Zone IV at all times.

OTHER DETECTORS also have alarm lights, but they are NOT visible to staff when inside the MRI room.

Ferromagnetic Detector

suppresses false warnings and alarms by concentrating only on the threats that are trying to enter the magnet room and ignoring surrounding ferromagnetic disturbance. The use of 24 sensors and 18 detection zones ensures uniform sensitivity and detection reliability from head to toe.

OTHER DETECTORS produce great number of irrelevant warnings and false alarms by detecting moving ferrous objects all around the hospital (e.g. techs moving in chairs, gurneys rolling down the hall, close-by elevators, etc...)

Ferromagnetic Detection System

for all facility architectural layouts. For outward swinging MRI doors the unit is mounted on the inside part of the door frame. With in-swinging doors on the outside.

OTHER DETECTORS produce image artifacts if installed inside the MRI room. When installed outside the MRI room, one side of the detector is completely blocked by MRI door when opened outwards (85% of the MRI doors open outwards).

Ferromagnetic Detection Systems

by NOT PRODUCING alarm on:

  • Doors (in-swing and out-swing)
  • Exit from the magnet room
  • Cross Traffic

Ferromagnetic Detectors

Ferromagnetic Incident Log Manager is now available as an accessory to the FerrAlert™ HALO II PLUS detector. This patent pending logging device was designed specifically with the new The Joint Commission standards in mind. In addition, it is a great tool to assist with internal Root Cause Analyses. ONLY the FerrAlert™ FILM device will be able to help MRI providers to comply with the new The Joint Commission standards and there is no similar product available on the market.
Ferromagnetic Incident Log Manager

RECENT NEWS


Best Hospitals Honor Roll 2018-19 USA
With a new report on “The Best Hospitals 2018-19 Honor Roll”, we are proud and honored to publicize that our products are used in 14 top hospitals in U.S.


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BROKEN FACIAL BONE in MRI accident

MRI patient at Lowell General Hospital sustained a facial fracture last month after a technologist broaght a ferrous metal hamper into the magnet room.

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morning death in mri accidenA 32-year-old man DIED in MRI accident

This could have been avoided by using
Ferromagnetic Detection Systems (FMDS)

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UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS


American Society for Health Care Risk Management

October 7 - 10, 2018

For more information visit:
www.ashra_anualmeeting_2018.com


MRI Safety Day

October 15 - 17, 2018

For more information visit:
www.hlthcp.com


Health Connect Partners

November 25 - 30, 2018

For more information visit:
www.rsna.org


Arab Health 2019

January 28 - 31, 2019

For more information visit:
www.arabhealthonline.com


ECR 2019

February 27 - 3 March, 2019

For more information visit:
www.ecr2019.org

MRI SAFETY EDUCATION


MRI Safety Courses

It is our great pleasure to introduce
Dr. Frank G. Shellock´s online MRI Safety Courses.

This series of educational programs on the vital topic of MRI safety was designed to address the needs of staff with specific roles in the MRI department and throughout the hospital or imaging center.
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MRI Safety Courses

We are very proud to sponsor Dr. Kanal´s
MR Medical Director / MR Safety Officer Training Course

The only course targeted specifically at providing the education necessary to comfortably undertake the responsibilities of being an MR Medical Director/MR Safety Officer.
To download Brochureclick here

For more information visit: www.mrisafetycourse.com


MRI Safety Training

AltusCampus Master Series on MR Safety

William Faulkner & Associates provides a comprehensive MR facility safety audit along with both MR personnel training (both Level 1 and Level 2). The areas of focus include those specifically mentioned in the most recent ACR Guidance Document on MR Safety. The live training session for Level 2 personnel are approved for either 1 or 2 Hrs of Category A credit (time of the program is at the discretion of the facility).
To download Site Safety Audit Summary click here

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