GE Xeleris, Q.Suite SpeedNuclear Imaging Workflow
October 3, 2013 — At RSNA 2013, GE Healthcare will showcase a range of molecular imaging tools designed to enable treatment evaluation earlier in a patient’s care pathway. Q.Suite, a collection of capabilities designed to extend quantitative positron emission tomography (PET) by generating more consistent standardized uptake value (SUV) readings, enabling clinicians to assess treatment response. Q.Suite is designed to help improve consistency of quantitative measurements in every key area: daily quality control, scanner workflow, motion correction, reconstruction algorithms and analysis and reporting applications. Controlling these variables to increase consistency can improve the clinician’s confidence that an SUV change has useful clinical meaning.
GE Healthcare’s latest Xeleris Processing and Review workstation software enables automation, personalization, access and advanced applications. Nuclear medicine clinicians will gain access to specific image results where and when they are needed using Xeleris. The availability of Xeleris applications extends not only to GE Centricity PACS systems and Xeleris Floating clients (XFL), but now includes an open application for virtually any picture archiving and communication system (PACS) and the GE AW Server workstation environment.
For more information: www.gehealthcare.com
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