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Dose modulation made easy

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The more closely you match CT scan parameters to the patient’s anatomy and condition, the more dose you save without losing image information. CARE Dose Configuration is your tool of choice.

The FAST CARE Technology focuses on two aspects: Fully Assisting Scanner Technologies (FAST) supports process optimization, and Combined Applications to Reduce Exposure (CARE) assists with dose reduction features.

Take CARE

CARE – our Combined Applications to Reduce Exposure – offer you excellent image quality at the right dose level. One of CARE’s valuable features is the CARE Dose Configurator.

CARE Dose Configurator

Enables a more precise and simplified configuration of dose modulation parameters. Reference curves for each body region and for each body habitus allow users to adjust the configuration even more precisely to the patient’s anatomy, resulting in better image quality.

More information about the FAST CARE Technology can be found here

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