Pakistan has become the first Asian country to introduce a portable MRI system. A facility like portable MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) system has been introduced at Aga Khan Hospital.
This portable MRI system can be delivered directly to the patient’s head, making it extremely easy for the patient to have an MRI. With the help of a portable MRI machine, it is easy to take pictures of a patient’s brain multiple times. A portable MRI machine can be taken to the head of a patient in a very critical situation.
According to a statement issued by Aga Khan University Hospital, Pakistan has become the first country in Asia and the third in the world (including the US) to introduce a facility like portable MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) system. The patient’s head can be reached, which makes it extremely easy to do an MRI of the patient.
Hyperfine Soup MRI is being introduced in Aga Khan University Medical College. The US Federal Drug Administration has approved Hyperfine Soup MRI under MUMTA trial. This MRI will provide the most basic information about the brain size and structure of newborns and infants based on the diet and nutrition given to pregnant women.
“We’ve known for a long time that malnutrition affects the structure of the brain,” says Dr. Faiza Jahan of Aga Khan University. How to provide adequate nutrition to the baby in the womb can be helpful in dealing with malnutrition problems.
There are many other uses for Hyperfine Soup MRI. Hospitals around the world, including Pakistan, now have conventional and one-stop MRI systems. Conventional MRI machines are not suitable for critically ill patients. They are not easy to get from bed to the radiology department and are not suitable for patients who are afraid of the sound and appearance of the MRI machine.