EmpowerCTA injector offers both E-Z-EM’s patented extravasation detection accessory (EDA) and a saline chase. Modular CT injector features air embolism protection, on-the-fly flow rate manipulation, easy syringe loading and arming at the injector. IRiS software tracks: patient ID, creatinine values, GFR, consumable utilization, total contrast filled/injected/wasted, type of contrast, EDA activation status and number of EDA-identified extravasations.
Also featured, the E-Z-EM EmpowerMR injector reportedly provides virtually no injector RF in the scanner room, consistent flow rate delivery, pressure performance on demand, improved productivity and compatibility up to 7T environments.
EmpowerMR employs a hydraulic control system instead of the shielded electrical control components used by most other MR injector systems. EmpowerMR has no shielded iron motors, piezoelectric motors and electrically active motor control circuitry adjacent to the scanner, which significantly minimizes the prospect of electrical interference with the scanner's magnetic field. EmpowerMR is also not battery operated, and links to its electrical supply by a single pass-through cable that does not require special shielding.
E-Z-EM’s VoLumen is a low Hounsfield value oral contrast for MDCT and PET/CT studies designed to overcome the limitations of water and other higher-density positive oral contrasts. It reportedly allows for the simultaneous investigation of all organs, vasculature and surrounding structures of the abdominal/pelvic region and is used in CT Enterography (CTE) for the diagnosis/evaluation of Crohn's disease and other inflammatory bowel disease. It also reportedly minimizes X-ray attenuation, reducing isotope uptake artifacts in PET/CT. VoLumen does not convert to glucose, so it does not interfere with the injection of the glucose-based radioactive contrasts.