Technology | December 16, 2014

Toshiba’s Vantage Elan 1.5T Brings MR Imaging to Community Settings

Hospitals of all sizes and budgets can offer patients high end imaging to enhance patient care

MRI systems, RSNA 2014, Vantage Elan 1.5T, Toshiba

Image courtesy of Toshiba

December 16, 2014 — Community hospitals can now provide their patients with a reliable and high-functioning MR system, the Vantage Elan 1.5T from Toshiba America Medical Systems, Inc.

The Elan MR system helps providers save time and money with the smallest footprint in its class and a lower total cost of ownership. The Vantage Elan magnet and couch fit in a footprint of 23 sq. meters, and offers high image quality and advanced features on Toshiba’s premium-tier MR systems, including:

· Pianissimo noise-reduction technology that puts patients at ease

· Non-contrast imaging techniques for safer exams

· Intuitive M-Power user interface to improve productivity, simplifying exams with advanced post-processing tools

Toshiba introduced the Vantage Elan MR system at RSNA 2014.

For more information: www.medical.toshiba.com

 

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