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Cardiac MR is fast and easy with complete Elite Cardiac Solution

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MRI NetForum Team Philips Healthcare Philips Global

Philips' Elite Cardiac Clinical Solution now includes the 32-channel SENSE Torso/Cardiac coil for 1.5T and 3.0T systems, and Cardiac Explorer and Vessel Explorer software for automated, task-guided analysis of CMR data. These make Cardiac Magnetic Resonance (CMR) fast and easy, which clinicians have indicated as an essential need for the growth of CMR.

The SENSE Torso/Cardiac coil is designed to allow greater coverage of anatomy and improved signal-to-noise ratio. The increased SENSE acceleration factors help to either improve image spatial resolution, or reduce breath holding duration during cardiac studies.

 

Cardiac Explorer integrates image viewing and analysis, with viewing formats selected from a predefined list linked to the ExamCard. Many analyses can be completed in less than 20 minutes, thanks to a high degree of automation. Cardiac Explorer and Vessel Explorer are available as optional packages on the Extended MR WorkSpace (EWS) workstation.

The 32-channel cardiac coil and new Cardiac Explorer software smooth out the CMR process at St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital (SLEH) and German Heart Institute Berlin:


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Achieva 1.5T, Achieva 3.0T
Release 2.5, Release 2.6
Nova, Nova Dual, Pulsar, Quasar, Quasar Dual
32ch SENSE Torso/Cardiac coil, Aorta, Cardiac, Cardiac Morphology, cmr, Coronary arteries, Function Cine, Function Non-Cine
 

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