Toshiba released its new flagship CT scanner, the Aquilion ONE ViSION Edition, at the RSNA in Chicago last week. You think slice is state. Toshiba launched its Aquilion One Vision Edition system at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting (Chicago, USA. March 27, — Toshiba’s Aquilion One Vision Edition computed tomography ( CT) system is capable of aiding clinicians in diagnosing patients presenting.

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Bone free contrast enhanced imaging, iodine mapping or metal artefact reduction, Toshiba makes diagnosis easy. Toshiba implemented iterative dose aquilkon seamlessly into the workflow for optimal and automatic dose.

Latest addition to the Adaptive Diagnostic suite of technologies. A sophisticated algorithm editon used to virtually eliminate metal artifacts. The Aquilion ONE assists you when scanning all kind of cardiac patients by automatically selecting the best scan mode even in case of severe arrhythmia. The Aquilion ONE is developed for functional imaging, an imaging method that is not covered with conventional systems.

Discover the visoin of dynamic blood flow, joint movement or breathing lungs and widen your scope to new fields of diagnoses. Minimization of the radiation dose is a high priority for all medical imaging practitioners.

The dose has to be adjusted appropriately according to the size and shape of each patient. Automatic exposure control systems have proven to be useful in doing this while maintaining diagnostic image quality. AIDR 3D is a sophisticated algorithm that has been designed to work in both the raw data and reconstruction domains. The collective AIDR 3D process results in robust noise reduction, which is essential for achieving ultra-low-dose examinations in routine clinical imaging.

This ecition algorithm is superior to non-iterative approaches in removing background noise while preserving diagnostic information.


It makes ultra-low dose iterative reconstruction, a simple and automated process that fits seamlessly into the daily workflow. Toshiba accelerated computational throughput to bring their iterative reconstruction technique to the clinic where extensive reconstruction times are not acceptable.

Aquilion ONE incorporates a variety of advanced technologies into a new-generation platform to ensure high quality image while minimizing the exposure dose. Taking full advantage of the coneXact technology, acquired volume data can be reconstructed in double density, resulting in a more true-to-original reconstruction in MPR and 3D rendered images.

Engineered to operate routinely at 0. A wide 78 cm open bore ensures even the largest of patients remain at ease during scanning. This design also offers superior patient access to physicians during interventional procedures. Tech Assist Lateral Slide is another Toshiba first providing the technologist unparalleled ease in positioning patients without physical strain.

The hybrid drive converts energy during deceleration of the gantry and generates electricity that is recycled to power gantry components. A thoughtful design feature that minimizes power consumption and reduces carbon footprint.

Powerful reconstruction architecture delivers at a maximum rate of 50 images per second, permitting the routine use of AIDR 3D iterative reconstruction technology in any fast paced environment.

Multi View allows all reconstruction parameters to be pre-programmed into every examination protocol. Axial, coronal and sagittal reconstructions are performed automatically without a single mouse click. Even rendering options such as thick slab MIP images can be automatically generated expediting time to diagnosis.

Simply plan the scan and go!

InToshiba was the first manufacturer to deliver realtime image reconstruction. Second generation InstaView technology provides near-instant display and review now with full resolution images.

High-quality realtime image review is perfectly suited for the emergency patient, where every second to diagnosis counts. These newly introduced iterative reconstruction algorithms provide sharp lungs and excellent soft tissue resolution in one image. Reading times are shortened as you only need to concentrate on a single series to make a definitive diagnosis. Leading clinical research in emerging applications for dynamic volume imaging has resulted in the development of unique software applications.

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Wquilion research and development teams across the globe and across image processing disciplines, Toshiba is uniquely positioned to understand the developing clinical needs of customers and patients — now and in the future.

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Volumetric and helical Dual Energy scans provide advanced tissue characterization and multi-energy viewing, iodine mapping and subtraction.

Transform your diagnostic capabilities from morphological to physiological diagnosis. Scans are performed effortlessly with low-dose parameters. A wide variety of scan methods can be selected according to the study objective and aquulion range. Since the overlap required in helical scanning is eliminated, patient exposure dose can be reduced.

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Scanning is performed while the patient couch is moved before each shot. The multiple data sets are automatically combined to a wide volume, when combined with ECG gating whole thorax low-dose gated vascular studies can be acquired.

For higher image quality, the sampling rate has been increased to over views per second. In orthopedic examinations, dynamic movement of joints, etc. In chest examinations, lung onw can be observed during free breathing. In angiographic examinations, blood flow can be observed during the injection of contrast. Dynamic volume imaging is a revolutionary development in CT. Tailor your CT system to meet your clinical needs, now or in the future.

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