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Toshiba promotes imaging efficiency with Aquilion upgrades

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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 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. The enhanced technology has the potential to improve the bottom lines of healthcare providers as it facilitates diagnosis by increasing scan speed and lessening the need for other modalities, according to Joseph F. Cooper, director of the CT business unit at Toshiba.

  

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