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Case Study: Role of image-based iterative reconstruction technique for low radiation dose chest CT examination
Sarvenaz Pourjabbar, MD; Ranish Deedar Ali Khawaja, MD; Sarabjeet Singh,MD; Atul Padole, MD; Diego Lira, MD; Mannudeep Kalra, MD
SafeCT has been clinically validated at leading medical centers such as University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC, Pittsburgh, PA), Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH, Boston, MA) and Rambam Medical Center (Haifa, Israel). Clinical results have been presented in professional conferences, such as RSNA and ASNR. US FDA clearance and European CE approval were received in 2011. As of May 2013, over 100,000 low-dose CT studies were processed by SafeCT.
by Whitney L.J. Howell
Since August, Imaging Healthcare Specialists (IHS) in San Diego has achieved what they say is one of the lowest dose levels for CT scans nationwide, in some cases reducing exposure by 90 percent. IHS chief executive officer Jon Robins, MD, credits the practice’s long-standing tradition of being an early adopter of technology with this success. Last fall, the practice pai
May 29, 2013 by Loren Bonner , DOTmed News Online Editor
Patients in an underserved area of the U.S. now have access to high-quality, low-dose lung cancer screening because of a mobile CT unit equipped with a universal CT image reconstruction add-on system.
SafeCT, from the Israeli company Medic Vision Imaging
SafeCT Iterative 3D Image Reconstruction—Universal Add-on System for CT Scanners
Watch Medic Vision’s video about SafeCT, an iterative image reconstruction add-on product that enhances low-dose protocols on your CT scanner.
Atlantis Worldwide is the exclusive US representative
Visit Atlantis Worldwide at the Virtual Symposium on Radiation Safety in Computed Tomography. We will have a virtual exhibit booth in the Software Section on SafeCT, a universal iterative image reconstruction solution that substantially enhances the Signal-to-Noise(SNR) of CT images acquired over a wide range of exposure parameters on CT scanners of all vendors..
In the third segment Tim Lamb explains the benefits of SafeCT, an iterative image reconstruction add-on product that enhances low-dose protocols on your CT scanner. Unsurpassed image quality, compatibility, scalability, performance and cost saving are some of the topics.
Dr. Michael Shapiro, Vice President of Medical Arts Radiology in Huntington, NY talks about his experience with the SafeCT an iterative image reconstruction product that enhances low dose CT images. Medical Arts has six different facilities with thirteen radiologists.
Watch our video about the technology of SafeCT, an iterative image reconstruction add-on product that enhances low-dose protocols on your CT scanner.