SIGNA Pulse of MR

SIGNA™ Returns!

The new Fall 2015 RSNA issue of SIGNA Pulse of MR is here, and we continue to celebrate the Return of SIGNA. As you know, back in 1983, we introduced the SIGNA™ brand and the world’s first high-field 1.5T MR system. SIGNA became synonymous with innovation, proven quality, and trust. Just as we revolutionized MR back then, we are changing the course of MR right now with creative, newly designed advancements in technology.

In this issue we focus on ViosWorks1, our new simplified cardiac exam. This technology enables a cloud-based, real-time visualization of cardiac function and quantifiable vascular flow. You’ll also learn more about the SIGNA™ Explorer Lift program with which we build a new system around a customer’s current LCC magnet, leaving them with the latest in MR technology and applications. And, you’ll hear first impressions of the SIGNA™ Pioneer, so named for the many ways we are exploring and expanding what is possible in MR imaging. Along with these key articles, we also focus on using MR imaging for women’s health issues in an extended special section.
Enjoy the issue! We hope you find ways to incorporate our solutions into your everyday practice.

1 Not yet commercially available.

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