News | October 03, 2013

GE Highlights its Latest CT Technology at RSNA 2013

October 3, 2013 — At RSNA 2013, GE will continue to demonstrate its innovations in low dose and high image quality in computed tomography (CT) imaging. The Discovery CT750 HD is the world's first high definition CT (HDCT), built with GE's exclusive Gemstone detector FREEdom Technologies. This allows for intelligent motion correction to “freeze” coronary motion, enhance coronary visualization and obtain additional information on plaque material composition. New this year is kV Assist, which provides optimized personalized scan settings and applications with automated kV and mA selection. kV Assist combined with SnapShot Assist deliver the desired image quality at the lowest possible dose and workflow optimizations for efficient cardiac CT.

The Optima CT660 Freedom Edition also features GE’s exclusive Motion Freedom with intelligent coronary motion correction and is a platform that enables fast, high performance imaging with exclusive emergency room capabilities and innovative dose-reduction features. This system is also the first CT system that is both ecomagination-qualified and healthymagination-validated, two of GE’s global initiatives aimed at transforming healthcare delivery through innovation, partnerships and sustainability.

For more information: www.gehealthcare.com

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