Technology | September 23, 2013

Toshiba Highlights Imaging Advantages of its Vantage Titan MRI Systems

Toshiba Vantage Titan MRI Systems

Toshiba’s Vantage Titan 3.0T offers true comfort and flexibility with the power of 3.0T. The system is very quiet and features a large bore to put patients at ease. It also overcomes the clinical limitations of traditional 3.0T with advanced multi-port RF transmission technology, providing more uniformity and coverage to produce better body images.

The Vantage Titan 1.5T is comfortable, safe and user-friendly. The wide bore and Pianissimo noise-reduction technology make patients more comfortable, helping to produce motion-free images. Exams are safer with Toshiba’s proprietary non-contrast techniques and easier to perform with the M-power user interface.

For the first time, CSF bulk flow can be visualized noninvasively. Toshiba’s exclusive Time-Spatial Labeling Inversion Pulse (Time-SLIP) non-contrast MRI technique enables visualization of CSF flow disorders that often require invasive procedures to diagnose and treat. Available on Toshiba’s Vantage Titan 1.5T and 3.0T, this technique gives clinicians a safer and more efficient alternative to evaluate CSF flow disorders.

Pediatric MR exams are now easier to perform and more comfortable for patients with Toshiba’s Pediatric Flex Coil Suite. Toshiba’s 16-channel Flex SPEEDER coils are optimal for use in pediatric head, neck and spine imaging. With greater flexibility, the coils conform more closely to the anatomy, greatly improving signal-to-noise ratio for more accurate diagnoses.

For more information: www.medical.toshiba.com

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