It’s time for high speed acquisition with stellar image quality, balanced with a one-touch dose-management solution.
Cover more anatomy in less time, at the same image quality with IQE (image quality enhance).1
The Discovery NM/CT 670 Pro is designed for low dose with ASiR (adaptive statistical iterative reconstruction) inside.2
The Discovery NM/CT 670 Pro combines ASiR with our proven OptiDose* technologies to deliver dose reduction at the source.
The 3D filters in VISR (volumetric image space reconstruction) reduce image noise without compromising spatial resolution for clear visualization in neurological and cardiac imaging.3
Before the scan starts, Dose check tools notify and alert the operator whether the estimated dose index is above user-defined notification values.
A CT scan for every day: CT angiography
Speed and consistent quality - With consistent 0.625 mm data acquisition, there is no trade-off between speed and high resolution. The Discovery NM/CT 670 Pro’s speed and coverage is able to capture the arterial phase for assessment of most vascular segments. The Xtream Injector allows you to synchronize injection and acquisition parameters. With Autolaunch and Preprocessing, the system automatically prepares up to eight cases for reading—saving substantial time. In addition, zero-click bone removal automatically subtracts bones in angiography studies featuring automatic vessel tracking and thrombus
The Discovery NM/CT 670 Pro enables you to see anatomy and lesions clearly and more thoroughly in order to understand the diagnostic landscape. High-quality images, streamlined workflow, fast acquisition speed and dose optimization all help you detect and evaluate small lesions, follow them over time and provide a detailed evaluation of tumor extension.
1. Image Quality as defined by an Artifact Index in phantom testing.
2. In clinical practice, the use of ASiR may reduce CT patient dose depending on the clinical task, patient size, anatomical location and clinical practice. A consultation with a radiologist and a physicist should be made to determine the appropriate dose to obtain diagnostic image quality for the particular clinical task.
3. In clinical practice, the use of VISR may enable reduction in CT patient dose depending on the clinical task, patient size, anatomical location and clinical practice. A consultation with a radiologist and a physicist should be made to determine the appropriate dose to obtain diagnostic image quality for the particular clinical task. When ASiR is installed, VISR will be disabled.