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FDA clears NeoCoil's Wireless MRI 2-way audio system
Date:8/7/2014

PEWAUKEE, Wis., Aug. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- NeoCoil, LLC announced that it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to market its new stand-alone wireless headphones and patient alert system. The NeoCoil Wireless 2-Way Audio System is NeoCoil's first wireless patient communication and entertainment system designed specifically to work in the MRI environment.

NeoCoil's wireless headphones are a new alternative for apprehensive patients having an MRI. It eliminates the need to be attached to long plastic tubes that are characteristics of conventional pneumatic headphones. In addition to hearing the technologist more clearly, patients can listen to customized music. Communication from the patient to the technologist is further improved by a directional microphone that enables crystal-clear 2 way communication even during the loudest of MRI scans. The "push-to-talk" design interrupts the music stream for clear communication between the patient and technologist.

NeoCoil's Wireless 2-Way Audio System offers a simplified workflow for the technologist, and includes an MRI compatible, lithium polymer battery that allows continuous use without the need for recharging between patients. The system also includes a wireless hand-held alert that fits comfortably in the patient's hand, allowing the patient to signal the technologist without even having to speak.

The Wireless 2-Way Audio System is the latest example of NeoCoil using innovative technology to improve patient outcomes.

For more information on NeoCoil, visit;

http://www.neocoil.com/

Media Contact: Steve Nichols, NeoCoil, LLC, (262)-347-1250, Steve.Nichols@neocoil.com

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