MRI Scanner Installed Base Is Long In The Tooth

The average age of the installed base of MRI scanners in the U.S. grew from 8.7 years in 2010 to 11.4 years in 2013, meaning that many scanners could be due for a replacement, according to a new market research report by IMV Medical Information Division. With the last spike of new MRI installations taking place from 2002 to 2004, the market is ready to replace older units that are at the end of their useful lives, said Lorna Young, senior director of market research at IMV, in a statement. Imaging providers also plan to take advantage of the wider bore sizes and higher magnet field strengths that are now available, she said.

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