Technologies that revolve around you
Clarity panel detector
Clarity panel detector design leverages the latest advancement in the semi-conductor and electronics industries making it compact, better integrated and more efficient. It delivers exceptional spatial resolution of 18 lp/cm to enable high quality imaging and visualization of anatomy in 3D.
Smart Dose Technologies
Intelligent technology designed to help you acquire high-quality images using lower doses of radiation, contributing to more accurate diagnoses and lower exposures for patients.
ViSR Volumetric Image Space Reconstruction
Advanced filters help manage photon starvation and reduce noise without compromising resolution, for clear visualization of brain, tumor, and pediatric cases.
ODM Organ Dose Modulation
Developed to act as a virtual shield. Reduces radiation dose up to 40% when imaging superficial tissues like breasts and eyes through ODM.
Receiving notifications and alerts if your predetermined dose levels will be exceeded.
3D mA MODULATION
Optimizes (according to patient shape and scan protocol) tube current in x-y-z directions with negligible effect on image quality.
A comprehensive dose management solution. Keep dose levels as low as reasonably achievable (ALARA) while producing sharp, focused diagnostic images to prevent excessive radiation dose.
One ACT. Enhance your impACT
Inspired by our most premium product, Revolution CT, the console of Revolution ACT has been designed from the ground up to make it easy to learn and use, saving 79% of clicks².
Revolution ACT offers pre-programmed common exam description types in the protocol setup. It provides exam description, automatically tied up to the selected scan and reduces manual steps and scan setup time.
1. Compared to previous DAS
2. Compared to the previous generation
In clinical practice, the use of ASiR may reduce CT patient dose depending on the clinical
task, patient size, anatomical location, and clinical practice. A consultation with a radiologist
and a physicist should be made to determine the appropriate dose to obtain diagnostic image quality for the
particular clinical task. Low contrast detectability (LCD), image noise, spatial resolution and artifacts were assessed using
reference factory protocols comparing ASiR and FBP.