News | July 19, 2012

Medic Vision Partners With Atlantis Worldwide for U.S. Distribution of SafeCT

SafeCT delivers diagnostic quality CT images using iterative image reconstruction

July 19, 2012 — Medic Vision Imaging Solutions Ltd., a producer of iterative image reconstruction solutions for medical imaging, has selected Atlantis Worldwide LLC, a full-service provider of diagnostic imaging systems, as its exclusive partner to distribute the SafeCT image enhancement system to hospitals and imaging centers throughout the United States.

“We are excited to offer an affordable way for hospitals and imaging centers to use low-dose protocols without compromising quality,” said Atlantis Worldwide CEO Jeff Weiss. “SafeCT provides our customers with an add-on system that will deliver enhanced image quality from low-dose scans without having to replace their equipment. It’s a great alternative to what OEMs offer radiology practices.”

SafeCT is a ready, universal add-on solution for computed tomography (CT) scanners manufactured by GE, Siemens, Toshiba and Philips. Based on proprietary, patented image reconstruction technology and sophisticated volumetric algorithms, SafeCT delivers the diagnostic quality images that radiologists require. A single SafeCT system provides SNR- (signal-to-ratio) enhanced imaging functionality to multiple CT scanners from different manufacturers, starting with four-slice and higher systems.

"Our partnership with Atlantis Worldwide ensures that SafeCT is broadly available and that diagnostic quality images from low-dose CT scans are a viable option for medical imaging practices across the United States, regardless of size or budget," said Medic Vision CEO Eyal Aharon.

For more information: www.medicvision.com, www.atlantisworldwide.com

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