With the ever-changing COVID-19 situation, KEI Medical Imaging Services is committed to the continuity of our business and maintaining the highest levels of customer service and satisfaction.

We are operating on facts and data as they become available from the government, and we are following the guidelines and recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) for reducing the spread of COVID-19.

We do not anticipate significant disruptions to our service response during this situation and we will continue to do whatever is necessary to maintain that continuity throughout the duration of this situation.

As circumstances change, we will keep you informed of any further updates regarding our business in relation to the COVID-19 outbreak. If you have any questions, you may reach us by phone at 512.477.1500 or email info@keimedicalimaging.com

Our thoughts are with all of those who are affected by this situation. Please stay safe and healthy.

Getting excessive vibration during patient scans? It could be an indication of a problem with your MRI's cooling head. Most MRI systems have several cooling mechanisms running continuously and are prone to wear after 18 to 24 months from install. Since the cold head is not monitored directly by all MRI systems, the only way to ensure proper cooling and less teeth rattling is to have a trained technician perform a routine PM.

Contact us to get your maintenance schedule under control. info@keimedicalimaging.com

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) gave an update on its activities regarding the novel coronvirus (COVID-19), which are focused on efforts to facilitate diagnose, treat and prevent the disease. The agency is also surveilling the medical product supply chain for potential shortages or disruptions and helping to mitigate impacts.

The FDA is not currently conducting inspections in China in response to the U.S. Department of State’s Travel Advisory to not travel to China due to the novel coronavirus outbreak. The FDA pulled its inspectors back to the U.S., but said when the travel advisory is changed, the agency will resume routine inspections as soon as feasible. Read the complete announcement here.