News | October 01, 2013

GE Highlights Spectral Mammography, Relaxing Environment for Mammograms

GE showcases new technologies and an informational campaign for American women with a history of breast cancer

October 1, 2013 — This year at RSNA 2013, GE Healthcare will showcase its SenoBright Contrast Enhanced Spectral Mammography (CESM) technology designed to produce contrast-enhanced images of the breast using an approved X-ray contrast agent and a dual energy acquisition technique. This technology is experiencing increased adoption globally and in the United States, and GE Healthcare will present, in its booth, an informational campaign designed for American women with a history of breast cancer and their relatives, and those who want to know about the latest options in diagnostics.

In the SensorySuite “Relaxing zone”, booth visitors will be immersed in a pleasant, relaxing environment that can be offered to the women in a screening breast center. The impact of this solution on patient satisfaction, level of anxiety and referrals has been evaluated in several sites across the globe with an evidence-based communication on survey.

In addition to spotlighting mammography solutions, GE Healthcare will also showcase the latest advancements to ABUS breast imaging platform. 

For more information: www.gehealthcare.com

 

 

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