Prisma Develops the First-Ever Functional Full-Body Equine Veterinary Imaging System for a Standing Conscious Horse (Prisma News)

Prisma Develops the First-Ever Functional Full-Body Equine Veterinary Imaging System for a Standing Conscious Horse

UF startup and UF Innovate | The Hub alum Prisma Imaging has successfully developed a new system for equine diagnostic imaging that addresses the shortcomings of current technology. Founded in 2016, Prisma developed a system that captures CT and radiographic images of the entire anatomy of a standing, weight-bearing and conscious horse. The advanced imaging capabilities established through Prisma’s research and development is different from anything available in the marketplace. The resulting system represents a game-changer for the overall effect on equine diagnostics and horse health care.

“Miscues in the industry demonstrate a strong demand for better equine CT imaging. Building next-generation imaging to benefit the veterinary industry and horse health is the core of Prisma’s mission,” said Michael Silver, Prisma’s founder and chief operating officer.

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