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Iradimed 3880

Portable MRI Monitoring System

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  • • Light Weight & Portable
  • • Fully Non-Magnetic
  • • 3T Compatible
  • • Wireless ECG, Wireless SpO2, NIBP
  • • Optional ETCO2, Anesthesia Gas monitoring
  • • MR Safe upto 30000 Gauss line
  • • Optional Remote Control & Printer
  • • Optional Temperature
  • • Cardiac and peripheral Gating
  • • 10 Hours Battery Back up
  • 10

    in time slots would open capacity for more MRI cases each day.


    per day equals to more than 500 additional MRI exams annually.

    Have a safe trip

    Patient safety is increased when you provide uninterrupted vital sign monitoring from their care unit to MRI and back. IRadimed partners with your team to evaluate your current procedural workflow and will recommend strategies on how our MRI patient monitor and IV infusion pump will improve your overall patient workflow and staff efficiency.

    A single screen for the entire MRI process

  • • Continuity of patient monitoring and data storage
  • • Eliminates the need to have a dedicated transport monitor
  • • Prepare the patient on the ward for a more efficient use of the MRI room and MR personnel
  • Work smarter, not harder

    Portability is at the heart of the IRadimed 3880 MRI patient monitoring system. Transferring the patient to the MRI monitor in the originating department such as an Intensive Care Unit, Emergency Department or Anesthesia induction room reduces the need for unnecessary equipment transfers providing the following benefits:
  • • More efficient use of the MRI scanner and staff can improve throughput
  • • Continuity of care during intradepartmental patient transports
  • • Reduces the time that critical patients are away from the ICU
  • Lifelong Affordability

    IRadimed understands the challenges that are facing healthcare providers and has designed the 3880 MRI patient monitoring system around today’s sensitive budgets. Consideration was taken into every aspect of the monitor design to lower acquisition cost and reduce the cost of ownership burden traditionally associated with MRI monitors in the following areas:

  • • Start up cost
  • • Per patient case cost
  • • Service & maintenance cost
  • • Hardware and software upgrades extending life
  • • Individual lead replacement instead of ‘whole cable’