NordicNeuroLab’s fMRI entertainment systems can reduce sedation

Are you ready to enhance your MRI facilities?

If you’re planning to open a functional MRI patient list or want to improve your patients’ experience and reduce sedation and anaesthesia by integrating a patient entertainment system into your MRI suite, NordicNeuroLab has the solutions you are looking for!

If you would like to arrange a time for a dedicated demo or to meet with the team, please email Gabriel.

Corporate information:

With over 20 years of experience, NordicNeuroLab provides products and solutions that define the field of functional MR imaging. Having grown from a spin-off from the fMRI research environment in Bergen, Norway, the company says it understands the growing need for reliable and innovative tools in this emerging field: “This is why we make it a priority to collaborate with research and clinical teams from both academic and clinical centres, MRI system manufacturers and third-party providers.”

From fMRI hardware for audio and visual stimulation, eye tracking and patient response collection, to patient entertainment, NordicNeuroLab products are used around the world by researchers and clinicians alike. The company is dedicated to bringing the most advanced neuroimaging tools to market while making functional MRI programs easy to implement.

Mission statement:

NordicNeuroLab will apply world leading competence and experience to provide professional solutions for functional imaging, enabling improved patient care and clinical efficiency.

Corporate values:

  • We push for innovation
  • We listen to our customers
  • We focus on ease of use
  • We deliver high quality
  • We value safety

Visit NordicNeuroLab on stand B45.

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