Case Study

Siaron Medical was contracted by a large OEM in November of 2010. The OEM had won the replacement of the Angio system at the Alaska Regional Hospital in Anchorage, Alaska. Upon contracting for the...
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Angiography is medical imaging technique designed to take X-ray images of the arteries and vessels that supply blood to the heart. Through a catheter inserted in a blood vessel, a dye is released into the arteries, which allows the X-ray to view blood vessels. Angiography is used to see how clearly blood is able to flow to the heart.

Computerized Tomography combines X-ray equipment with the technology of computers to generate a three-dimensional image of the inside of the body using a series of images taken around a single rotation to create one image.  CT scans of blood vessels, soft tissue, organs and bones provide more clarity than X-ray exams.

Fluoroscopy is a medical imaging technique used to acquire real-time moving images of body’s tissues and deep structures. A fluoroscope projects X-ray images in a movie-like sequence onto a monitor.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging is a technique that provides highly accurate imaging in soft tissues of the body.  Using a large magnet to align atoms in the body and using gradients a MRI can produce a detailed cross-section image of the internal organs without using ionizing radiation.

A mammogram is a low-dose X-ray exam of the breast tissue designed for screening and diagnosis of abnormal growths or changes in breast tissue.

Molecular Imaging stemmed from the need to provide patients with non-invasive imaging procedures.  Many different modalities are available to be used for noninvasive molecular imaging each having different strengths and weaknesses.

Radiography is the process of creating an image of any part of the body using X-ray by comparing non-uniform materials. This is done by the X-ray displaying areas of different density and composition to identify discrepancy.

Ultrasound is medical imaging technique used to visualize muscles, tendons and internal organs through the use of high-frequency sound waves. These waves can be bounces off tissues using an ultrasound machine. The echoes are then converted into an image called a sonogram.


Siaron Medical understands the difficulties in trying to sell and manage a used imaging system, which is currently due for replacement or upgrade. The importance is normally focused on the new system being purchased and installed, and...

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Interim Solutions

Siaron Medical offers interim solutions while you are undergoing renovations, equipment upgrades, patient backlog or disaster recovery.  Siaron can provide mobile solutions that correspond to your project needs...

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