Technology | May 12, 2014

iCT Elite CT Provides Low-dose, Low-energy Scanning

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The iCT Elite CT system provides low dose, low energy, and low noise with premium results. It is built on technologies that uphold patient-centric clinical quality, including low-contrast resolution and good image quality with reduced artifacts.
 
The system ices IMR, low-contrast resolution software, to help  simultaneously achieve 60–80 percent lower dose, 43–80 percent improved low-contrast detectability, and 70–83 percent lower noise. 
 
It also uses the iDose? Premium Package iterative reconstruction software to improve low-dose image quality and metal artifact prevention. It also  increases spatial resolution at low dose. 
 
For more information: www.usa.philips.com/healthcare-products/HCNCTD332/ct-scanners-ict-elite-ct-scanner#resource-library

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