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Bedside monitoring of hypoxic ischemic brain injury using low-field, portable brain magnetic resonance imaging after cardiac arrest

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Simultaneous high-resolution T2-weighted imaging and quantitative T2 mapping at low magnetic field strengths using a multiple TE and multi-orientation acquisition approach

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Assessing the SAfety and FEasibility of bedside portable low-field brain Magnetic Resonance Imaging in patients on ECMO (SAFE-MRI ECMO study): study protocol and first case series experience.

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Implementation of a Low-Field Portable MRI Scanner in a Resource-Constrained Environment: Our Experience in Malawi.

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Methodology for Low-Field, Portable Magnetic Resonance Neuroimaging at the Bedside

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Simulated diagnostic performance of low-field MRI: Harnessing open-access datasets to evaluate novel devices

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Bedside detection of intracranial midline shift using portable magnetic resonance imaging

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Development of a mobile low-field MRI scanner

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Portable, low-field magnetic resonance imaging enables highly accessible and dynamic bedside evaluation of ischemic stroke

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Portable Magnetic Resonance Imaging for ICU Patients.

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Accessible pediatric neuroimaging using a low field strength MRI scanner

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Portable, bedside, low-field magnetic resonance imaging for evaluation of intracerebral hemorrhage

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Emerging Ethical Issues Raised by Highly Portable MRI Research in Remote and Resource-Limited International Settings

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Assessment of Brain Injury Using Portable, Low-Field Magnetic Resonance Imaging at the Bedside of Critically Ill Patients.

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