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Users share convincing results at First Ingenia User Event

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MRI NetForum Team Philips Healthcare • Netherlands

Ingenia users met their peers and discussed experiences on how the dStream digital architecture has expanded clinical MR capabilities. Outstanding presentations by Ingenia users covered a broad spectrum of clinical experiences with Ingenia 1.5T and 3.0T, showing cutting-edge imaging, challenging cases and high throughput.
Presenters said they have been extremely impressed with the image quality that the Ingenia provided in all major applications right from the very start. MultiTransmit 4D is seen as the major leap in cardiac imaging at 3.0T, providing outstanding image quality. Presenters were delighted with the new coil design, advancements in SmartAssist and fast protocol possibilities, enabling significant improvement in workflow. Higher throughput of patients was experienced by many of them. The excellent patient acceptance of the Ingenia with its wide bore and high patient comfort also contributes to that.

Attendees also had the opportunity to learn more on benefits of the Ingenia with hands-on sessions at the full size model and workspot demonstrations by Philips application specialists, both of which were highly appreciated.

The atmosphere was great and the event received very positive feedback. Philips is already making plans for a second Ingenia User Event in 2012.

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Mar 6, 2012

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