Technology | November 26, 2008

GE's Innova 4100IQ Enables Full Range Vascular, Interventional Applications

GE Healthcare's Innova 4100IQ is a large-format digital flat-panel X-ray system for angiographic imaging that incorporates GE’s exclusive Innova single piece, non-tiled digital detector (41cm-by-41 cm) to provide high-resolution imaging across the full range of vascular and interventional applications.

The 41-cm-by-41-cm Innova detector is the industry’s largest, according to the manufacturer. An ample field of view allows clinicians to see their way through angiography or interventional imaging procedures.

The Innova detector provides a dynamic exposure optimization system, AutoEx, designed to optimize system parameters and image processing to maximize real-time image quality and minimize dose.

The fully integrated imaging system is programmed to meet the clinical needs for interventional and diagnostic angiography with image quality, dose management and positioning.

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