Product Overview

NA - EXPRESS COIL - POSTERIOR ARRAY


Device Description

A radio-frequency (RF) coil acts as a transmitter, receiver, or both a transmitter and receiver of RF pulses necessary for diagnostic magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) procedures. It is used to enhance image resolution by improving signal to noise characteristics. There are two main kinds of RF coils: volume coils (which surround the part of the body being imaged) and surface coils (which are placed and secured directly on or under an area of interest). This group of devices includes a variety RF coil designs and configurations including, e.g., surface coils, phased array coils, paired saddle coils, Hemholtz pair coils or bird cage coils.


Environmental Conditions

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Device Sizes

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Device Sterilization

Device Sterile: False

Sterilization Prior To Use: False

Sterilization Methods: No Data Available


Product Codes

Code: LNI

Device Name: System, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic

Device Class: 2

Physical State: N/A

Definition: N/A

Submission Type ID: 1

Review Panel: RA

Review Code: N/A

Technical Method: N

Gmp Exempt Flag: N/A

Life Sustain Support Flag: N

Unclassified Reason: N/A

Implant Flag: N

Target Area: N/A

Regulation Number: 892.1000

Third Party Flag: Y

Medical Specialty: RA


Code: LNH

Device Name: System, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Device Class: 2

Physical State: N/A

Definition: N/A

Submission Type ID: 1

Review Panel: RA

Review Code: N/A

Technical Method: N

Gmp Exempt Flag: N/A

Life Sustain Support Flag: N

Unclassified Reason: N/A

Implant Flag: N

Target Area: N/A

Regulation Number: 892.1000

Third Party Flag: Y

Medical Specialty: RA


Device Identifiers

Device Id: 00840682118583

Device Type: Primary

DeviceId Issuing Agency: GS1

Contains DI Number: N/A

Package Quantity: N/A

Package Discontinue Date: N/A

Package Status: N/A

Package Type: N/A


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