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Ingenia 1.5T S with dStream includes features that help reduce rescans

The need to repeat even one scan can put you behind schedule, increasing patient wait times and staff overtime. Today more than ever, first-time-right imaging is key. Ingenia 1.5T S delivers fast, robust scanning methods based on dStream digital quality and speed, along with Premium IQ* for more information in the same time slot, and a patient In-bore Solution that helps calming patients and reduces patient movement.



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