Comprehensive Neonatal Cardiac, Feed and Wrap, Non-contrast, Non-sedated, Free-breathing Compressed Sensing 4D Flow MRI Assessment
Cardiac MRI is an important imaging tool in congenital cardiac disease, but its use has been limited in the neonatal population as general anesthesia has been needed for breath-holding.
To test the feasibility of compressed sensing (CS) 4D flow MRI in the neonatal population and to compare with standard previously validated two-dimensional (2D) phase-contrast (PC) flow MRI.
It is concluded in the article that sedation-free neonatal feed and wrap MRI is well tolerated and feasible.
Hannah R. Panayiotou MBChB,Lily K. Mills MRes,David A. Broadbent PhD,David Shelley MSc,Jutta Scheffczik MD,Alexandra M. Olaru PhD,Ning Jin PhD,John P. Greenwood MD,Helen Michael MBChB,Sven Plein PhD,Malenka M. Bissell DPhil, "Comprehensive Neonatal Cardiac, Feed and Wrap, Non-contrast, Non-sedated, Free-breathing Compressed Sensing 4D Flow MRI Assessment", Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Published Online (2022) https://doi.org/10.1002/jmri.28325.
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