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AtlantisWorldwide

AtlantisWorldwide

For over twenty years, Atlantis has been the leading worldwide provider of refurbished, used and new diagnostic imaging systems and services. We provide flexible cost effective service solutions, financing, installation and training. Atlantis is known for a high level of integrity and expertise in our consultative program, in which our experienced staff assists you. We sell and buy C- Arms, MRI, PET/CT, X-ray, Bone Densitometers, Mammography, CT and Mobile Rentals.

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Atlantis Worldwide

Atlantis Worldwide

For over twenty years, Atlantis has been the leading worldwide provider of refurbished, used and new diagnostic imaging systems and services. We provide flexible cost effective service solutions, financing, installation and training. Atlantis is known for a high level of integrity and expertise in our consultative program, in which our experienced staff assists you. We sell and buy C- Arms, MRI, PET/CT, X-ray, Bone Densitometers, Mammography, CT and Mobile Rentals.
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CT Scanner Components: What Does What?

CT Scanner Components: What Does What?

CT Scanners are complicated medical imaging devices, with each component contributing to the creation of successful images. However, different manufacturers don’t always use the same component design, which makes things even more complicated. Here’s a guide that will help you understand the basic function of each CT Scanner component as well as
Comparing Siemens 3T MRI Scanners

Comparing Siemens 3T MRI Scanners

Siemens is one of the leading manufacturers of high-quality 3T MRI systems. In fact, in the past 15 years, they’ve introduced seven different 3T models to the medical imaging market: Vida, Lumina, Skyra, Prisma, Verio, Spectra and Trio. Impressive, right? However, if you’re looking for the ideal used or refurbished 3T MRI Scanner for your pract
Don't Miss Out on Section 179 TAX Break for 2020

Don't Miss Out on Section 179 TAX Break for 2020

Seems like every year there are significant changes to the Section 179 Tax Deduction regarding capital equipment purchase deduction limits, shifting depreciation rates and retroactive measures. The good news is, this year doesn’t look a whole lot different than 2019. In 2020 the deduction limit has gone up slightly from $1,000,000 to $1,040,000.
Portable Bone Densitometer Enters U.S. Market

Portable Bone Densitometer Enters U.S. Market

U.S. clinicians have a new tool in their arsenal to diagnose osteoporosis, thanks to Italian-based Ecolight Medical, the manufacturer of EchoS. EchoS is the first radiation-free, portable bone densitometer that can diagnose and determine a patient’ risk of osteoporosis by using advanced ultrasound technology to measure bone density in the lower b
It's All About CT Detectors

It's All About CT Detectors

Detectors collect information regarding the degree to which each anatomic structure attenuated the beam during a CT scan.Instead of film to record the attenuated beam digital x-ray detectors collect the information in CT Scans. “Detector” refers to a single element or type of detector used in a CT Scan system. It describes the entire collection
Do You Know About Phased Array MRI Coils?

Do You Know About Phased Array MRI Coils?

For the past 25 years the design and configuration of array coils have evolved. The focus has been all about providing a better MRI user experience. But what exactly is phased array MRI coil technology? Sometimes referred to as just array, it’s a type of MRI coil that allows parallel imaging. It is a receive-only radio frequency coil system that
What Do You Know About MRI and Tattoos?

What Do You Know About MRI and Tattoos?

Thinking about getting a tattoo? Do your research first and make sure you are hiring a reputable artist that has great reviews and is hygienic.You do not want to end up with ink in your lymph nodes and potential cancer-like symptoms down the road. Another concern may be that according to new research, there is some risk for tattooed patients when t
13 Questions to Ask Your Imaging Equipment Service Provider

13 Questions to Ask Your Imaging Equipment Service Provider

If you’re looking for a service provider to help you keep your diagnostic imaging equipment up and running, you want to be sure you’re hiring a provider that will take care of your issues quickly and professionally. It’s important to note that all service providers are not created equally. Some provide great training for their technicians; ot
New Roles For Ultrasound

New Roles For Ultrasound

Once upon a time, ultrasound was a technology used primarily for pregnant mothers and prenatal checkups. That was then, and now ultrasound is becoming increasingly valuable for a wider assortment of medical applications even pulmonary disease. Ultrasound waves are night frequency sound waves with frequencies ranging from 20 kilohertz to hundreds of
It's All About the CT X-Ray Tube

It's All About the CT X-Ray Tube

X-ray tubes produce x-ray photons that then create the CT image. Their design is a modification of a standard rotating anode tube like those used in angiography. Tungsten, which has an atomic number of 74, is usually used for the anode target material, which produces a higher intensity x-ray beam because the intensity of x-ray production is approxi