GE SIGNA Pioneer With MAGiC Reduces MRI Acquisition Time By Two

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The MAGiC Of Sufficiently Advanced Technology!

Lately GE Healthcare made public the SIGNA Pioneer – a latest 510(k) pending, 3.0T magnetic resonance imaging system that represents the investigation and development of modern medical imaging Leveraging novel productivity improvements like Magnetic Resonance Image Compilation^ (MAGiC) one-and-done imaging and GE’s select patient-affable Silent Scan technology, SIGNA Pioneer really blazes a path to the future of MRI.

The Various Charms Of MAGiC

  1. Clinicians will now be able to occupy themselves with MAGiC by having the skill to generate numerous image dissimilarities in a solitary MRI scan counting T1, T2, STIR, T1 FLAIR, T2 FLAIR and PD weighted images of the brain in a sole attainment. An additional novelty is that the disparity of images can be altered even after carrying out the scan by merely moving the pointer on the MAGiC interface to alter acquisition criteria like TR, TE and TI. MAGiC facilitates one scan that can do the work of several and can be sorted out in many ways.
  2. MAGiC – the outcome of an alliance with Synthetic MR AB is a single event imaging that could offer momentous output advantages. With MAGiC, a solitary scan that conveys six dissimilarities can be accomplished in one-third the total time taken to get hold of each variation discretely by making use of standard techniques.     
  3. On SIGNA Pioneer, an improved Silent Scan wrap up is also accessible, permitting Silent Scan for imaging of the system of muscles, bones, joints, tendons and ligaments as well as that of nervous system.
  4. Silent Scan functions to serve as one that not only distinguishes but also facilitates a more hassle-free exam. Unlike the typical MRI scanners, Silent Scan significantly trims down the scan to merely three dBA more than surrounding noise for most head exams.
  5. The SIGNA Pioneer also brings forward the technology known as Total Digital Imaging which perks up the quality of image and increases signal to noise proportion by up to 25 percent. TDI comprises Direct Digital Interface, Digital Surround Technology and Digital Micro Switching. DDI makes use of a separate analog-to-digital converter to digitize contributions from each of the 97 Radio Frequency channels. DST blends the digital activity from every surface coil element with the     signal from the integrated RF body coil resulting in well-heeled,     superior SNR images of spine and body which are not only of better-quality but are uniform too. DMS is progression in Radiofrequency coil design with astute Micro Electro-Mechanical controls which sustain very fast coil switching.     

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