Over the years, medical body scanners have revolutionized healthcare. They can help guide a physician to detect or diagnose a disease at its early stages. They also help determine the most effective treatments. They offer many advantages to both the patients and the healthcare providers.
1- Medical Body Scanners for a better diagnosis
Medical body scanners aid physicians to understand complexities and make proper decisions. The Medical Imaging processes are not invasive, painless and most do not need any special preparations. In several cases like breast cancer, medical imaging can be life-saving. In some cases, it can turn patients to survivors.
Imaging technologies permit a physician to examine the internal body structures like muscles, vessels, internal organs, and tendons. These Ultrasound examinations are conducted as prenatal tests for pregnant mothers. This enables the doctor to check the health of the baby and development as well.
2- Help in complicated surgeries.
The arrival of Surgical C-Arm machines in medical imaging sectors has proved to be helpful for many years. They are often used in Orthopaedics, Vascular Surgery, Surgeries, Traumatology, and Cardiology for intra-operative operative imaging. The high resolution of X-ray images in real time permits the surgeon to view progress at any point during a surgery.
3- Make health care costs affordable
Once a physician recognizes where/what the problem is, he can take a suitable decision on further treatment. Post medical imaging invasive diagnostic processes like angiography, cardiac catheterization or exploratory surgery might be unnecessary. This reduces treatment costs and paves way for healing in an appropriate way.
4- Are safe and effective
For this reason, they end up saving millions of lives every year. As with many procedures, there can be risks involved with the uses of medical radiation. Yet, if you use these technologies well, the risks will be minimal. Both the BioScan MSA and BioScanSRT are examples of medical body scanners that can help you make sound decisions. Please contact us to learn more on how BioScan can be integrated into your practice.