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Abstract #4440

A compact handheld MR spectrometer system for mobile MR applications

John Zhen1, Robin Dykstra1, and Sergei Obruchkov2

1School of Engineering, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand, 2School of Chemical and Physical Sciences, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand

Magnetic Resonance Imaging has established itself as indespensible utility in health sector for over 3 decades, yet remained inflexible in its form factor. By taking advantage of modern advances in miniturisation and improved efficiency of electronic devices along with the developments of single sided magnet probes this abstract presents a handheld, battery powered portable MR spectrometer system which can be used for tissue analysis and sample charectarisation outside of an imaging suite.

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