New Technology Will Improve Diagnostics Helping Solve Equine Health Mysteries
Newark, Calif. - June 29, 2022 (Investorideas.com Newswire) Prisma Imaging is a biotech company, founded by Michael Silver, that has developed the next generation of equine diagnostic imaging. This technology allows veterinarians access to high-quality images of the entire horse - even the axial skeleton and high-mass areas not accessible by other systems - while the horse remains standing and conscious. This is a game-changer providing a new level of diagnosis, treatment and better overall equine health care.
Be Part Of The Next Generation Of Equine Imaging
Prisma is raising capital via an equity crowdfunding campaign on StartEngine providing an opportunity for the public to join the mission to revolutionize the equine diagnostic imaging industry. Prisma is offering incentives such as 10% bonus shares and extra rewards based on the investment amount.
Crowdfunding investments will help accelerate the availability of Prisma's technology and significantly benefit the performance, safety, care and quality of life for horses.
Three Major Innovations
The Prisma Difference
The Use of Robotics Gives Prisma's System Unmatched Capabilities
Unlike current imaging systems, which have numerous limitations and cannot gain access to many parts of the equine anatomy, Prisma's use of robotics provides the ability to image virtually every anatomical region of a standing, conscious horse.
Prisma's System Integrates Two Types of Radiographic Imaging Technology
The application of these dual techniques enables imaging of the high-mass areas of the equine anatomy including the axial skeleton, hips, pelvis, and abdomen, which are not accessible with current imaging technology, and generates maximum data capture for high-resolution CT images.
Motion Correction – A Key, Novel Feature of Prisma's Imaging System
Our motion correction system compensates for movement while scanning a conscious, standing horse and integrates the data into the system. Closely monitoring the patient's precise location while being scanned makes it possible to obtain high-quality results despite the movement of the conscious subject which may occur during imaging, and avoids the need to use anesthesia.
To See How The Technology Works, Please Watch The Brief Video.
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