See how the team at Einstein Medical Center are leveraging IQon Spectral CT technology to image ischemic stroke patients before and after recanalization therapies. And along with recent changes they have made to their clinical workflow, learn how they are reducing costs and improving care and patient experience.
As the world’s first and only detector-based spectral technology, Philips IQon Elite Spectral CT is the only dual-energy solution that provides layers of spectral data with every scan, without compromise.
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With IQon Elite Spectral CT, true conventional CT images are paired with layers of spectral results in the same scan, improving diagnostic confidence and reducing costs associated with repeat scans. Suddenly, what had been invisible is now both visible and diagnostic.
Hear what current customers are saying about the benefits they’ve achieved with Philips IQon Spectral CT.
Patient, who was previously diagnosed with hepatic cell carcinoma and liver cirrhosis, underwent ablation to treat the hepatic lesions. Ablation effectiveness following treatment was a concern. The following images were taken on the Philips IQon Spectral CT. The conventional CT image shows what could be a suspicious area in the liver. However, further enhancement was needed to better visualize the possible lesion. Normally, this patient would require additional scanning, such as MR or ultrasound.
This 45 keV MonoE image reveals visualization of a suspected lesion. An additional scan is not needed to confirm.
In the Z Effective spectral image, you can visualize iodine uptake, adding another layer of information. Because spectral information is always on with the IQon Spectral CT, this additional information is available whenever a deeper analysis is needed.
Only Philips IQon Elite Spectral CT eliminates the need for upfront clinical decision-making through its revolutionary NanoPanel Prism detector. That’s because this unique technology acquires spectral data at the detector rather than the source, enabling the acquisition of true conventional and spectral data simultaneously, in every scan – while maintaining full use of dose management tools and full spectral Field of View.
Learn what makes the IQon Elite Spectral CT unique from other dual-energy solutions.
Patient admitted to the Emergency Department complaining of shortness of breath was scanned on the IQon Spectral CT.
Conventional CT images showed a small pulmonary embolism in the right lower lung.
To confirm, clinician was able to utilize spectral images such as Iodine Overlay and Z effective, which are available every time a patient is scanned on the IQon.
With no separate training or special scanning modes required, IQon Elite Spectral CT integrates seamlessly into your current workflow practice to help you establish a new, spectral standard of care. Utilizing tools that enable on-demand, simultaneous viewing and quick comparison of multiple spectral results from a single region of interest, clinicians have simplified access to rich data and insights that can improve confidence in findings.
Magic Glass on PACS app Magic Glass on PACS app offers a simple interface that integrates into your current workflow with little to no training.
Magic Glass on PACS app
Magic Glass on PACS app offers a simple interface that integrates into your current workflow with little to no training.
IQon has delivered everything it promised and more. Multi-energy CT is now constantly available and increasingly used as our norm for diagnosis. At last, a new iteration of CT has been developed with the radiologist in mind!"
Peter Ball, MD, Radiologist
Ulster Hospital; Belfast, United Kingdom
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* The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services requires United States hospitals that treat Medicare patients to participate in the national Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) survey, a standardized tool that measures patients’ experience of hospital care. Results collected for public reporting are available at medicare.gov/hospitalcompare.
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