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Improving dosage and system utilization – without sacrificing quality

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Learn how Siemens’ FAST CARE Technology speeds up time-consuming CT procedures and simultaneously reduces dosage.

FAST CARE Technology

To give medical professionals more time to take better care of their patients, our new FAST CARE Technology accelerates workflow and lowers radiation exposure to previously unseen levels – to help you leverage untapped potentials in patient-centric productivity.

Be FAST

FAST – our Fully Assisting Scanner Technologies – make time-consuming and complex procedures faster as well as far more intuitive. Your scans will also be more reproducible and less prone to errors.

Take CARE

CARE – our Combined Applications to Reduce Exposure – provide you with excellent image quality at the right dose level..

FAST CARE Technology offers comprehensive software packages adjusted to your needs and clinical fields. In combination with syngo.via, the FAST CARE Technology helps to make the entire examination even more streamlined, helping to enable a highly-reliable diagnosis with less patient burden – from scan preparation to data evaluation.

 

More information about the FAST CARE Technology can be found here

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