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The Joint Commission (JCAHO) requires the provision of Ferromagnetic Detection systems (FMDs) in MRI facilities, following the recommendations of the American College of Radiology (ACR).1,2

Ensure your non-ambulatory patients are protected

The majority of MR Conditional patient transfer equipment contains residual ferrous material, making it incompatible with high sensitivity FMDs.

Learn more about Ferroguard-approved Zero-Magnetic patient transfer equipment ▶

Ferroguard Screener and Ferroguard Assure…
Working together to keep you safe

All FMDs are not the same. Make the wise investment in your patient’s safety by ensuring your FMD solution provides:

Ferroguard should not be used to replace current MRI screening procedures. The safety of staff and patients is best served by the combination of conscientious screening protocols, thorough staff training AND installation of a ferromagnetic detection system used in the correct manner.


  1. Expert Panel on MR Safety: Kanal E et al. ACR guidance document on MR safe practices: 2013. J Magn Reson Imaging 2013;37(3):501–530.
  2. Facility Guidelines Institute. Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities. 2014 edition. Published by American Society for Healthcare Engineering of the American Hospital Association. 2014

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