Watch our introductory video about SafeCT, an iterative image reconstruction add-on product that enhances low-dose protocols on your CT scanner.
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It is well known that CT procedures provide valuable and irreplaceable diagnostic information for patients. CT volumes are on the rise— with more than 62 million scans performed each year. However, with this increase in utilization, there is a growing concern about the cumulative radiation dose to the general population.A recent article in the
Did you see the power of SafeCT technology for yourself? You know, SafeCT is the add-on system for all CT scanners (4-slice and up) that boosts your diagnostic image quality for any exposure parameters. Clients brought in a low-dose study, and we processed it with SafeCT. They were able to see the amazing results right on the spot! SafeCT processes low-dose, noisy CT images into high-quality images quickly and easily.
Want to see the power of SafeCT technology for yourself? You know, it’s the add-on system for all CT Scanners (4 slice and up) that boosts your diagnostic image quality for any exposure parameters. Just bring your low-dose study, and we’ll process it with SafeCT at the Medic Vision Booth #4444, Hall A. You’ll be able to see the amazing results right on the spot! SafeCT turns low-dose, noisy CT images into high quality images quickly and easily. Plus, you’ll then be eligible to win a FREE 60-Day Trial with SafeCT at your facility! Even if you don’t win, you’ll earn a discount on our exclusive Try & Buy SafeCT program.
The utilization of diagnostic radiation is a key part to proper healthcare diagnosis and as such can help save lives. However, the over utilization of ionizing radiation has detrimental and sometimes disastrous effects. In an effort to find the most effective balance, hospitals and imaging centers are considering strategies to design and implement integrated dose reduction across modalities. They have, however, encountered many internal issues. Read on to learn more about the initial steps to take in order to implement a comprehensive CT dose reduction strategy for your hospital or imaging center.
Imagine being able to get better image quality in every CT scan. Or being able to use low-dose protocols and still achieve diagnostic CT images—all this without having to replace or upgrade your current CT scanners. Sounds too good to be true?