Lower doses of radiation has traditionally meant lower quality images, but GE is “changing the equation,” according to a press release.
The healthcare giant launched 16 new CT systems and low-dose technologies, including its DoseWatch patient dose management tool, Veo CT image reconstruction technology and ASiR low-dose image reconstruction technology.
“GE has provided low-dose solutions for more than 30 years, and the GE blueprint for low dose furthers our healthymagination vision of improving the cost, quality and access of healthcare,” GE chairman & CEO Jeffrey Immelt said in prepared remarks.
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