News | October 22, 2014

Medic Vision SafeCT Solution Aids Radiation Dose Management Efforts

System uses cluster of servers to deliver continuous, real-time iterative image reconstruction

October 22, 2014 — Healthcare organizations looking to implement low dose protocols for computed tomography (CT) exams on all scanners, regardless of disparate locations, can now benefit from SafeCT Enterprise from Medic Vision. The solution will be displayed at RSNA 2014.

The single centralized system utilizes a cluster of SafeCT servers, connected via proprietary Grid Computing technology, to deliver continuous, real-time iterative image reconstruction for low dose protocols of all CT exams on any CT scanner throughout the health system. The system can be scaled as needed while assuring ongoing uptime.

All patients can now have low-dose protocol exams while benefiting from high image quality for diagnosis. The central system allows CT directors and safety officers to monitor CT operations and enforce dose reduction strategies across the entire organization.

For more information: www.medicvision.com

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