CMIC attends the 2018 British Cardiovascular Imaging Meeting

On 2nd May, members of staff from the Chenies Mews Imaging Centre were fortunate to attend a 3- day conference in Edinburgh. The British Cardiovascular meeting was the first time that experts from Cardiac MRI, Cardiac CT and Cardiac Nuclear medicine had joined and had their annual meetings together. The conference started with addresses from […]

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MRI Contrast: Is there a need to worry?

MRI Contrast: Is there a need to worry?

The use of contrast dyes in medical imaging is extremely common.   Typically injected into a vein in the hand or arm during the scan, contrast is used to enhance the appearance of certain structures within the body. Dyes are not always essential – when looking at bones, ligaments and tendons, contrast dyes are rarely needed.  […]

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Is MRI Safe?

Is MRI Safe?

  Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI for short), is just one of many different diagnostic tests used by doctors on a daily basis in hospitals to diagnose illness.  Our specialist imaging centres in London carry out around 6000 examinations each year, a mere drop in the ocean of the circa 3 million MRI scans performed each […]

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ARTICLE | MRI for patients with cardiac implantable electronic devices

ARTICLE | MRI for patients with cardiac implantable electronic devices

Consultant Cardiologists from Barts Heart Centre, including the Chenies Mews Imaging Centre’s Clinical Director Professor James Moon and Consultant Cardiologist Dr Charlotte Manisty have recently published an article for the April 2018 RAD Magazine rad review of protection and safety on the topic of MRI for patients with cardiac implantable electronic devices. The full article may be […]

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The Chenies Mews Imaging Centre attends CMR 2018

The Chenies Mews Imaging Centre attends CMR 2018

In February 2018, staff from the Chenies Mews Imaging Centre attended CMR 2018, a joint European and North American Cardiology conference in Barcelona.  The CMR meeting is a showcase for the advancement of cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging and improvements in patient care.  A key focus of the meeting this year was Perfusion mapping, a technique […]

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Imaging for Research at Chenies Mews

Imaging for Research at Chenies Mews

Opened in May 2017, the Chenies Mews Imaging Centre is a mixed use clinical and research MRI facility located in Central London.  The state of art facility employs the very latest in MRI scanner technology combined with highly respected and skilled clinical scientists and imaging specialists, placing it at the forefront of modern medical imaging […]

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Continuing Professional Development Opportunities for Primary Care Professionals

Continuing Professional Development Opportunities for Primary Care Professionals

We are proud to host a series of popular continuing education events and seminars for primary care professionals throughout the year.  These events are co-hosted with Queen Square Private Healthcare, our specialist division at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, and aim to cover topics of interest aim provide useful and relevant information to […]

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Press Release: QS Enterprises Ltd Opens London’s most state of the art cardiac MRI facility

Press Release: QS Enterprises Ltd Opens London’s most state of the art cardiac MRI facility

London, United Kingdom, Monday 5th June 2017 – QS Enterprises Ltd. (QSE) has opened a new cutting edge MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) facility on Chenies Mews, in London’s Bloomsbury. The Chenies Mews Imaging Centre houses two state of the art MRI scanners from Siemens Healthcare – a 1.5 Tesla “Aera” and a more powerful “Prisma” […]

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Researchers develop faster and cheaper cardiac imaging for developing countries

Researchers develop faster and cheaper cardiac imaging for developing countries

Medical and radiographic staff from the Chenies Mews Imaging Centre have contributed to a project which has been awarded 2nd place in the category of ‘Best Oral Abstracts’ at the recent EuroCMR conference held in Prague, Czech Republic. The INCA-Peru study, which was led by Dr Katia Menacho of University College London, developed a faster […]

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