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Philips expands digital MR portfolio with Ingenia CX

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MRI NetForum Team Philips Healthcare • Netherlands

Philips expands its digital MR offering to meet local market needs with the launch of Ingenia 1.5T CX. This MR system is based on the company’s unique dStream architecture that allows for superb image quality with major benefits in workflow and throughput time in your clinical practice.

Ingenia 1.5T CX, the latest addition to the Ingenia product line, features a 60 cm bore, designed for a lower total cost of ownership. With this extended portfolio, Philips manages to bring the unique dStream digital capabilities to a broader audience, addressing both their economical and clinical needs.

dStream drives clinical performance

Apart from the bore size, Ingenia CX provides similar benefits as the wide bore Ingenia. It delivers premium image quality with digital clarity and speed. Ingenia CX with dStream offers access to emerging applications in neurology, oncology and cardiology.

The lightweight dStream coils and workflow enhancements allow fast and comfortable patient setup. Because every patient is different, iPatient gives control with personalized, automated imaging strategies and operator assistance.


For more information, go to www.philips.com/IngeniaCX

 


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