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Der NeuViz 64 Multi-Slice-CT-Scanner von Neusoft Medical Systems erhält FDA-Genehmigung
Date:12/4/2012

SHENYANG, China, 5. Dezember 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Neusoft Medical Systems Co., Ltd. („Neusoft Medical"), eine 100-prozentige Tochterfirma von Neusoft Corporation, gab heute bekannt, dass der NeuViz 64 Multi-Slice-CT-Scanner die 510k-Genehmigung der FDA erhalten hat.

Die Genehmigung der FDA für den NeuViz 64 CT bestätigt erneut die Fähigkeit von Neusoft Medical, hochqualitative Technologie auf den Markt bringen zu können, welche die Anforderungen der klinischen Praxis weltweit erfüllt. Neusoft Medical hat die schnelle Evolution von CT-Technologie vorangetrieben, um den weltweiten Bedarf an hochqualitativer und preiswerter Bildgebung zu erfüllen. NeuViz 64 stellt eine klinisch und finanziell tragbare Lösung für das aktuell schwierige Umfeld dar, in dem die klinischen Vorteile des 64-Slice-Scanning außerhalb der Reichweite des finanziellen Budgets der meisten Krankenhäuser und Bildgebungszentren liegen.

Das Design des NeuViz 64 bietet die Möglichkeit zum Scannen bei niedriger Dosis, einen hohen Patientendurchsatz, Benutzerfreundlichkeit, fortschrittliche kardiale Bildgebung und eine große Auswahl an klinisch relevanten Nachverarbeitungs- und Diagnosetechniken. Die Quad-Sampling-Technologie kann die Auflösung verbessern, Bildfehler reduzieren und den Scanbereich erweitern. ClearView Reconstruction entfernt Rauschen während gleichzeitig die Details erhalten werden, die potenziell eine Bildqualität bei niedriger Dosis bereitstellt, die der Bildqualität bei voller Dosis überlegen ist. Viele der Designs mit niedriger Dosierung wurden in NeuViz 64 angewandt, wie die 240-Grad-Bestrahlung, pädiatrische Protokolle und EKG-Dosismodulation etc. Ein leistungsfähiger Arbeitsplatz (AVW) bietet die volle Bandbreite an klinischen Anwendungen und bietet einen optimierten, intuitiven Workflow, der die Techniker einfach und schnell durch die Nutzung leitet.

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