Medical Innovation: A Step Forward in Imaging Technology to Improve Access to Healthcare Worldwide PhysioMRI, a leader in MRI technology, is pleased to announce that it has been selected to receive funding from the European Union’s Eurostar program . in collaboration with the German company Barthel HFTechnik GmbH. This partnership aims to develop a lightweight, robust and easily transportable magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner, specifically designed to operate in extreme and difficult to access environments, such as field hospitals, conflict or disaster zones, and rural and remote areas where Conventional MRI scanners are not feasible.

This new MRI scanner will have the ability to provide accurate and timely diagnoses in critical situations, significantly improving healthcare in areas where access to advanced diagnostic technology is limited. Both companies will contribute their experience and technical resources to advance in this field, taking advantage of synergies and promoting the exchange of knowledge between multidisciplinary teams.

“We are excited to partner with Barthel Barthel HF-Technik GmbH on this project that has the potential to revolutionize healthcare in challenging environments,” said Alfonso Ríos Alonso, PhysioMRI company manager.

“Our goal is to develop an MRI scanner that is not only lightweight and transportable, but also highly reliable and accurate, so that it can provide quality medical care anywhere in the world. The alliance between PhysioMRI and Barthel GmbH represents a unique opportunity to promote innovation and strengthen the position of both companies in the international medical technology market.

The results of this project are expected to contribute to the development of more precise and effective medical solutions to improve the quality of life of patients around the world. This project will have applications in a wide range of medical areas, from neuroimaging to musculoskeletal conditions in the extremities. Its robust design and ability to operate in extreme conditions will make it an invaluable tool for doctors and healthcare professionals working in difficult environments.