AMRA transforms MR images into precise body composition measurements. 
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Body Composition Analysis: Defining the European adult

Body Composition Analysis: Defining the European adult

DI Europe, 1 May 2016 – Precise measurements of body composition, including body fat, muscle and liver, are essential for our understanding of conditions associated with obesity and organ degeneration. Recent advances in magnetic resonance imaging…

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Transforming MR images into body composition measurements: an interview with Olof Leinhard

Transforming MR images into body composition measurements: an interview with Olof Leinhard

News Medical, 26 April 2016 – Over recent years, MR imaging acquisition technologies have been developed that allow us to reconstruct images that have separate water and fat channels and are perfectly co-aligned. Read the full…

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World’s biggest study to scan 100,000 Britons could prove BMI is flawed

World’s biggest study to scan 100,000 Britons could prove BMI is flawed

The Telegraph, 14 April 2016 – A major study to scan the bodies of 100,000 middle aged people could prove that the Body Mass Index (BMI) system is flawed and should be replaced. Read the full…

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AMRA chosen as 33-List winner for the third year

AMRA chosen as 33-List winner for the third year

Linköping, Sweden; April 12, 2016 – For an exceptional third consecutive year, AMRA has been selected as a 33-List winner. The 33-List awards “Sweden’s 33 hottest young technology companies,” chosen jointly by the editorial staff of…

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Events

RSNA 2016, Nov 27 - Dec 2

RSNA 2016, Nov 27 - Dec 2

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BIO-Europe 2016, Nov 7 - 9

BIO-Europe 2016, Nov 7 - 9

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Nordic Life Sciene Days 2016, Sep 14 - 15

Nordic Life Sciene Days 2016, Sep 14 - 15

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Today's Challenge

It is estimated that 2.1 billion worldwide are overweight or obese. In addition, it is estimated that the number of those over 60 years of age will surpass 2 billion by 2050. Our greatest global health challenges are thus related to obesity and aging. Individuals today are often characterized by BMI and waist circumference, indirect measurements that tells little about health and metabolic status.

Our Solution

AMRA ́s precise measurements are acquired via a 6-minute MRI scan and translated via AMRA® Profiler, a cloud-based, computer-aided service. The results provide precise body composition measurements compared with normative values. The research and medical community will now be better equipped to improve and personalise treatments for individuals with metabolic and aging-related disease.