During virtual RSNA 2020, Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc. will showcase enhancements to the Cartesion Prime PET/CT system, a premium Digital PET/CT scanner designed to help health care providers deliver more personalized care.

October 5, 2020 — During virtual RSNA 2020, Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc. will showcase enhancements to the Cartesion Prime PET/CT system, a premium Digital PET/CT scanner designed to help healthcare providers deliver more personalized care. The system is comprised of Canon Medical’s premium SiPM PET detector and the Aquilion Prime SP CT system for optimal PET/CT imaging and workflow with a patient and operator-centric design, along with innovative features to help clinicians guide their business with confidence, including:

  • Advanced silicon photomultiplier design with one-to-one coupling for increased clinical confidence.
  • Fast Time-of-Flight resolution for high quality images and increased productivity.
  • Large axial field of view to provide fast scans and a comfortable experience for patients. The large axial field of view also improves the scanner’s sensitivity which can be used for dose efficiencies that can impact patients and operators.
  • Air-cooling technologies that support more attractive siting and long-term maintenance requirements compared to water-cooled systems.

More information is available here and at Canon Medical’s unique, immersive booth during RSNA 2020.

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