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BrightSpeed Series

GE Healthcare continues its commitment to delivering high-quality images with lowered dose with the introduction of ASiR on BrightSpeed* Elite. ASiR, dose reduction technology, may allow for reduced mA in the acquisition of diagnostic images, thereby reducing the dose required^. With ASiR, the BrightSpeed Elite may deliver image pixel standard deviation equivalent to an acquisition with higher generator power. BrightSpeed Elite offers efficiency improvements, an enhanced operator console and table design to improve workflow capabilities.

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Dose Management

Dose Check

Lower dose by design*

Nothing matters more than your patients’ well being. That’s why GE Healthcare created Lower Dose by Design — to focus on innovation, patient care, and teamwork. Lower Dose by Design combines research, training, technology, and clinical practice to achieve diagnostic image quality at optimized dose. These technologies help record and monitor the dose. We are committed to helping you deliver the highest quality patient care — today and tomorrow.  

Dose Check*

Dose Check alerts you when a pre-determined dose level will be exceeded. A prompt alerts your operator to the situation. The operator can then either change the scan or override the notification. All overrides are documented, providing an audit trail for future analysis. Learn more about Dose Check by downloading these helpful documents: 

Dose Check Intro Letter

Dose Check Welcome Letter

Dose Check Overview 

Dose Check Frequently Asked Questions

  

Optidose*

Optidose technology adds further dose reduction capabilities along the imaging chain. It features SmartTrack* dynamic collimation to limit penumbra and helical over-scanning, 3D automatic dose modulation, ECG dose modulation, and X-ray filtration for small to large patients. 

 

ASiR*

Low dose scanning historically may have raised questions related to the diagnostic quality of the resultant images. However, our industry-exclusive Adaptive Statistical Iterative Reconstruction (ASiR) may help clinicians achieve confident diagnosis with lower dose1. ASiR, the first iterative reconstruction technology, may enable reduction in pixel noise standard deviation, and its reconstruction algorithm may allow for reduced mA in the acquisition of diagnostic images, thereby reducing the dose required1. ASiR may also enable an improvement in LCD1. Combine ASiR with SnapShot Pulse* for even further dose reduction in cardiac exams.

 

1. In clinical practice, the use of ASiR and Veo 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.

2. In clinical practice, the actual level of LCD and spatial resolution improvement, and low signal artifact improvement may vary. Consult with a radiologist and a physicist.

 

Advanced Visualization

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The clinical environment has changed. Your referring physicians need quick, detailed understanding of pathologies to deliver effective patient therapy. They expect faster, more advanced views of abnormal conditions across the entire range of care areas. With AW, you're able to deliver what they need.

  • AW Workstation delivers the next generation of 2D, 3D and 4D visualization software on one of the world’s most widely used 3D visualization and analysis solutions. By streamlining post-processing and synergizing imaging techniques, it answers productivity needs across CT, MRI, PET, SPECT, and Interventional through a broad portfolio of robust, easy-to-use clinical applications.
  • AW Server provides all the benefits of AW Workstation in a scalable solution with remote viewing capabilities, the ability to cost-effectively add users, and full integration with your RIS/PACS environment. Now you can remotely review and share images in real time, enabling close collaboration with internal clinicians, stronger referring physician partnerships, more confident diagnoses, and better patient care.
  • AW Applications - Advances in treatment delivery techniques drive a need for continually increasing precision and accuracy. AW's advanced applications support this need, with cutting-edge tools that let you visualize and manage multi-modality data sets, and processes designed to streamline your workflow.

Learn more about Advanced Visualization.

 


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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.

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