Dose Management is about more than just low-dose devices.
To deliver quality diagnostic care with the lowest possible radiation dose, GE Healthcare knows smart dose technologies need to be part of an integrated program of evidence-based practices, supported by the collaborative efforts of the entire imaging team. It starts with a strategy, and we can help you get there.
Our GE Blueprint Program can provide you with insights and suggestions for integrating your leadership, practices and technologies into an effective, high-performance radiation management program. Measure your practices, fix the issues, and build a plan to help enable end-to-end optimization. Learn more about Blueprint >>
Developing, optimizing and managing protocols can be a time-consuming and expensive task for you. Which is why we’ve looked to the clinical professionals at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health for protocols optimized for GE CT systems. Included with many new system installations and also available for some current GE users, UW-Madison’s protocols include 70 clinical applications for adults and pediatrics. With up to three patient-size-optimized protocols for each adult application and up to five for each pediatric application, this extensive set of protocols number over 180 total. Contact your GE sales representative to find out if the UW-Madison protocols are available for your system. Learn more about the UW-Madison protocol project.
CT Smart Dose Technologies
Modern imaging intelligence.
Better patient care, improved efficiency, expanded applications. Smart Technologies is a suite of intelligent CT tools designed to help you achieve these goals, delivering diagnostic confidence with lower levels of radiation4.
Our Smart Dose Technologies are designed to help you acquire high-quality images using lower doses of radiation, contributing to more accurate diagnoses and lower exposures for patients. Learn more about Smart Dose technologies >>
4. Not all Smart Technologies are available on all products. Ask a GE Healthcare sales representative for details.