Low Contrast Enhancement for improving low contrast detectability
High Contrast Enhancement for increased sharpness of high contrast structures
Advanced Smoothing Algorithm edge preserving and smoothing filter, dedicated to cardiac exams
Achieve the best diagnostic image quality at lowest possible dose, independent of patient size and anatomy.
Fully automated dose management for adults and children with up to 68% dose reduction.
Specially designed X-ray exposure filter installed at the tube collimator. Up to 25% dose reduction with increased image quality.
Display of image sequences
Interactively with mouse controlled rate or automatically
Max. image rate >10/s
MIP: Maximum Intensity Projection
MinIP function for projection within a small slab to focus on particular vascular structure
Evaluation of spiral images and display of vessels, vascular anomalies, aneurysms, plaques, and stenosis
Evaluation of contrast enhancement in organs and tissues
Time-density curves (up to 5 ROI’s)
Parallel evaluation of more than10 Regions of Interest (ROI)
Online measurement of a 5 x 5 pixel size ROI
Freely selectable positioning of coordinate system
Image annotation and labeling
Image Transfer / Networking
Interface for transmitting medical images and information in the DICOM industrial standard. Permits communication between devices from different manufacturers.
DICOM Storage (send/receive)
DICOM Basic print
DICOM Get worklist (HIS/RIS)
DICOM MPPS (Modality Performed Procedure Step)
DICOM Storage Commitment
DICOM Viewer on CD
Special clinical protocols with 80 or 110 kV selection and a wide range of mAs settings. The X-ray exposure is adapted to the child’s (and small adults) weight and age, substantially reducing the effective patient dose.
Real-time multiplanar reformatting of secondary views
Variable slice thickness (MPR thick, MPR thin) and distance with configurable default values.
Multislice Spiral Image Reconstruction
Brilliant image quality and dose savings up to 20% in spiral mode.
syngo 3D SSD Surface Shaded Display
Three-dimensional display of surfaces with different density values
UFC – Ultra Fast Ceramic Detector
Low patient dose. Up to 30% dose reduction in relation to conventional CT detectors.
More power. More or longer spirals due to low mAs requirements for best possible image quality.
More speed. Ultra short afterglow. Specially developed for sub-second and multislice applications requiring a higher projection rate.