At the ready.
Drives easily to patient’s bedside.
SwoopTM is easy to maneuver down hallways, through doorways, in the elevator — straight to your patient’s bedside.
30 minutes to learn.
Your staff can be trained to scan and upload images in 30 minutes. SwoopTM is controlled via supplied iPad, and images are uploaded easily to your PACS (or use our included cloud-based PACS).
Loved ones stay close.
Open layout and low-field output mean staff and family can hold the patient’s hand during imaging.
Set up in seconds.
Plug it in to a standard 110 Volt wall outlet: Swoop is ready to scan in less than two minutes.
Where you'll find Swoop™.
When minutes — seconds, even — affect the clinical team’s ability to determine the proper pathway of care, there isn’t time to wait for patient transport.
Eliminate the need to transport critically ill patients to Radiology, and reduce the time needed to coordinate clinical schedules and the staff to support transport.
Swoop™ can reduce patient wait times and provide frontline healthcare staff with an immediate, on-site, and on-demand imaging option.
Critical Access Hospital
Swoop at the bedside in a CAH allows the patient to remain local, while capturing and communicating vital images to remote specialists and care team in an affiliated urban hospital.
MR imaging is not frequently found in outpatient centers, but a more cost-effective and eaccessible imaging solution can be a great diagnostic tool in these locations.
Friendly design and form-factor means a family member can be present during a scan, within visual contact of the patient.
Big tech in a small shell.
Designed to be moved and positioned within even the most crowded healthcare environments, Swoop™ can be delivered to the point of care in a snap.
Swoop’s™ magnet design and field strength were designed for mobility and use within high-metal content environments like ICUs, without the projectile risk. As a result, loved ones and caregivers alike can remain beside the patient during imaging. Swoop™ also spares the patients from ionizing radiation—a concern with X-ray Computed Tomography (CT) imaging.
Traditional MRI can have long wait-times—with Swoop™, patients can be imaged at the point of care, with initial scan results viewable in as little as 30 seconds.
Swoop’s™ onboard ‘noise cancellation’ technology maps and corrects for high electromagnetic interference in the environment. The result is crisp, clear T1, T2, DWI, and FLAIR sequences.
Swoop™ is able to perform serial imaging, which allows a patient’s condition to be monitored over time.
With Swoop™ in the emergency room, healthcare providers have an immediate and low-cost imaging option right where they need it, to make informed and timely decisions.
Swoop™ enables immediate scanning right at a child’s bedside. And because family members can stay with their child during the scan, there’s less stress for everyone.
This is the next step in medical imaging.
The invention of MRI transformed medicine – for some people. Entire regions of our world today do not yet have access to MRI. Elsewhere, MRI exists in select hospitals, hemmed in by cement, steep learning curves, anxiety and towering expense.
Even in the locations that do offer it, MRI can be a lengthy and stressful procedure for the patient.
Our point-of-care MRI, Swoop™, can go anywhere. Small and highly portable, Swoop™ can be used in the ER, ICU, or anywhere else you can imagine—hospitals and health systems, pediatric hospitals, ambulatory care clinics, and physician offices.
Swoop™ is ideal for evolving conditions like stroke and head trauma. A portable MRI system allows providers to take “snapshots” of patient situations in real time and then tailor treatment accordingly.
Swoop™ is FDA-cleared for brain imaging, and can be used for general brain imaging, headaches, stroke, non-specific muscle weakness, and encephalopathy. It’s even able to monitor COVID-19 patients, known to be at risk of neurological illness.
11/29-12/4: Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 2020
Where: Virtual When: November 29–December 4
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