Technology | October 26, 2010

Latest Innova Systems on Display at RSNA

October 26, 2010 – At RSNA 2010, GE Healthcare will demonstrate its latest updates related to the healthymagination-validated Innova dose-efficient X-ray technology.

Innova Vision overlays a 3-D rotational X-ray, CT or MR image with a 2-D fluoroscopic image to create a fused road-mapping display. It helps the physician advance guidewires, catheters, coils and devices more confidently by visualizing them on the 3-D model in real time.

Innova TrackVision helps the interventionalist plan the skin entry point and needle path, and monitors needle advancement in real time on one axis for greater confidence.

The Blended Roadmap helps navigate clearly in complex anatomy by superimposing any DSA or InnovaBreeze bolus image with fluoroscopy.

Innova with subtracted 3-D quickly lets the user visualize vessels without having to remove surrounding bone, tissue and implanted devices, and also lets the user easily visualize side-by-side non-subtracted 3-D, subtracted 3-D or 3-D mask images to compare, merge and analyze complementary images.

For more information: www.gehealthcare.com

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