MRI at St. Kitts Biomedical Research Foundation follows high international operating standards and best practices

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The Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) at the St. Kitts Biomedical Research Foundation operates with the highest international standards and best practices, according to retired Yale University School of Medicine Professor and Founder of the Foundation, Dr. D. Eugene Redmond Jr.

Responding to an article that purportedly and mischievously originated from the St. Kitts-Nevis Opposition Labour Party titled “St. Kitts-Nevis Health Minister Confirms Monkey and human being use same MRI machine at Research Foundation” dated March 12, 2019, Dr. Redmond in a statement said “Most research facilities and medical schools in the United States allow magnetic resonance imaging of both humans and animals on the same equipment using strict protocols for cleaning and sterilizing all exposed surfaces.


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