Steady Power: The Key To Steady Images
Modern imaging equipment allows doctors, dentists and other health providers to understand what is happening to a patient without resorting to invasive procedures. Take the case of ultrasound imaging – the technology has come a long way from the first commercial models of the 1960s. The latest ultrasound imaging devices can produce three dimensional color images. The improved quality of these images helps doctors understand their patients much better. Not only are imaging devices less invasive than surgical methods but they can produce results in a matter of seconds.
What is the downside to today’s sophisticated imaging equipment? As health providers become more comfortable using these devices, they become increasingly dependent on these machines to perform their work. Going a day or even an hour without access to imaging devices can leave physicians feeling frustrated and ineffective. Even worse than that, many patients expect imaging as part of their treatment. A doctor or a medical facility that is unable to provide timely, reliable access to imaging is likely to lose the respect of patients. Fortunately, power conditioners can easily improve the reliability of imaging equipment.
As a result, any disruption to these devices – including common mode noise, an electrical problem – can reduce the effectiveness of physicians to deliver care. At best, common mode noise may temporarily degrade or disrupt images. A distorted medical image can lead to incorrect diagnoses and increase the risk of poor care being delivered. At worst, the imaging device will be damaged and unable to serve patients until repaired.
POWERVAR medical power conditioners stop electrical disruptions from interfering with your medical equipment. Installing a power conditioner is one of the easiest ways to boost the reliability of imaging devices. Power conditioners also save money by reducing down time for repairs and maintenance. POWERVAR medical power conditioners are an excellent way to boost the uptime of existing medical imaging equipment or extend the capacity of new imaging devices.