News | November 11, 2014

Toshiba’s CT Solutions Provide Safer Exams for Aquilion

Toshiba will demonstrate enhancements to Aquilon CT scanners at RSNA 2014

Toshiba CT systems, Aguillon One, Aquillon Prime

Nov. 11 — Toshiba has made software and hardware enhancements, some pending 510(k) clearance, to its Aquilion One and Aquilon Prime CT scanners as well as new dynamic clinical applications that take advantage of wide detector CT technology, to improve clinicians’ ability to accurately plan a patient’s treatment. Toshiba will demonstrate these improvements at RSNA 2014. 

For more information: www.medical.toshiba.com

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