Toshiba will demonstrate safer CT solutions and patient-friendly updates to PET/CT at RSNA 2014.
A navigation system from Toshiba America Medical Systems has made complex interventions a little simpler.
In the battle against patient overdose, Toshiba America Medical Systems brought two weapons to RSNA 2010. One is its Adaptive Iterative Dose Reduction (AIDR), software similar in approach to products from competing CT vendors who use iterative reconstruction to squeeze noise out of their images. The other, Target CTA, is a dose protocol devised specifically for cardiac scans done on the Aquilion One.
Toshiba America Medical Systems framed the latest upgrades to its Aquilion One and Aquilion Premium scanners at the 2010 RSNA meeting as the means for improved productivity.
Toshiba laid the groundwork for entering the 3T marketplace in the U.S. with the unveiling of its Vantage Titan 3T system at RSNA 2009. The work-in-progress, which is pending FDA clearance, leapfrogs earlier generations of 3T scanners with a 71-cm tapered aperture and Pianissimo noise reduction technology.
A hospital run by Harrisburg, PA-based PinnacleHealth has become the first in the U.S. to install Toshiba America Medical Systems’ Aquilion Premium.
Refurbished Aquilion CTs are now available from Toshiba America Medical Systems under a new program announced Nov. 10.
An economical ultrasound system has joined the Aplio family at Toshiba America Medical Systems.
Efforts to increase comfort result in speedier exams and improved image quality.
Toshiba’s new Infinix VF-i/BP features large and mid-sized flat panel detectors that provide clinicians the ability to obtain critical variations in angle combinations, while providing the necessary anatomical coverage, creating the optimal universal bi-plane vascular X-ray system for any clinical application.