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MR technology is getting smarter, faster

por Lisa Chamoff, Contributing Reporter | September 10, 2021
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From the September 2021 issue of HealthCare Business News magazine


The system also doesn’t require the same level of expertise on the part of the user as some scanners.

The scanner also opens up the use of MR for new clinical applications, such as lung scanning, said Kelly Parker, MR product manager for Siemens Healthineers. The reduced field strength allows for better imaging of implants with reduced artifacts.

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United Imaging
This year, as part of their Software Upgrades for Life commitment, United Imaging upgraded its entire U.S. MR installed base at no charge with the latest major releases, including Windows 10, 12 new applications and the United Compressed Sensing (uCS 2.0) platform.

The United Compressed Sensing (uCS 2.0) platform offers up to 36 times acceleration for dynamic imaging and up to a 50% reduction in time for 2D and 3D exams, according to Jeffrey M. Bundy, Ph.D., chief executive officer of United Imaging Healthcare Solutions.

New clinical applications include an updated advanced cardiac package, a single-breath-hold, fully-automated, deep learning-based heart localizer and fully-automated, AI-empowered cardiac function analysis package. The upgrade and all applications were delivered with on-site training, which is included annually with a United Imaging service contract.

In the future the company has committed to also delivering additional software enhancements and applications packages, like the newly cleared deep-learning compressed sensing technique (ACS), which also received FDA 510(k) clearance in 2020.

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