Health technology company Royal Philips has recently unveiled a new CT (computed tomography) platform, expanding its diagnostic imaging portfolio.
The Incisive CT aims to help imaging departments and healthcare organizations meet their most pressing financial, clinical, and operational goals.
It integrates innovations in imaging, workflow, and lifecycle management, helping healthcare providers improve the CT experience for patients and staff, enable smart clinical decision-making, and increase efficiency.
“Today, a CT system is much more than just an advanced diagnostic tool. It’s a diagnostic imaging cornerstone that provides answers to pressing financial, clinical, and operational challenges that today’s healthcare organizations face,” said Philips Philippines country manager Ashwin Chari.
The Incisive CT’s 70 kV scan mode allows for improved low-contrast detectability and confidence at low dose for patients.
It also seamlessly integrates with Philips IntelliSpace Portal to offer post-processing for complex cases, enabling radiologists to access advanced analysis tools in one comprehensive system.
The new imaging system also supports a high level of scanning consistency across different members of the system’s operating team, with a recent study showing the system reduced examination time by 19 percent.
It can also be combined with Philips’ DoseWise Portal, a web-based dose monitoring solution that collects, measures, analyzes, and reports patient and staff radiation exposure, assisting in the control of quality of care, efficiency, and patient and staff safety.
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