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Company Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc.
Item c.cam
Features 
  • Inviting, open system
  • Makes adding in-house nuclear cardiology services extremely easy
  • Exclusive reclining chair allows patients to sit back comfortably during scanning
  • Easy access for patients of any size or age
  • Provides results and reports faster, easier and more economically
  • Myocardial viability and perfusion increase diagnostic confidence
  • Fully integrated software to analyze perfusion and wall motion (EF%)
  • Easy integration into offices and clinical environments
  • 8 ft. by 8 ft. system footprint fits easily in most rooms without remodeling
  • Typical installation completed within 2 days
  • Site planning and start-up support available
  • On-site application training for quick and smooth clinical transition
  • Incredibly easy to learn and use
  • Intuitive, icon-driven hand controller for system operation
  • Windows-based acquisition and processing station, optimized for cardiology, to perform all tasks with ease
  • Syngo-based e.soft processing workstation provides a uniform working environment and an expandable platform
  • Easy, automated camera set-up
  • Fully automated imaging workflows
Description A first of its kind product, Siemens c.cam features a unique chair, the most appealing colors and state-of-the-art SPECT technology to bring together the most innovative nuclear cardiology system. The exclusive, contoured patient chair allows patients to sit back comfortably during cardiac scanning. A relaxed patient moves less, creating fewer artifacts and consequently improving image quality. Diagnostic confidence is further enhanced with the attenuation correction option c.clear.
Info Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc.
Customer Service: (888) 826-9702
Web site: http://www.usa.siemens.com/medical

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