A better patient experience at a lower dose
Revolution* CT features the latest Smart Dose Technologies designed to help you acquire high quality images using lower doses of radiation. Smart Dose Technologies contribute to a more accurate diagnosis and lower exposure for patients across routine and advanced exams, including dynamic acquisitions for perfusion and 4D studies.
ASiR-V reconstruction technology reduces noise even at very low signal levels. This technology is designed to deliver reduced noise levels, improve low-contrast detectability and routinely reduce dose up to 82% for patients of all ages.1
Organ Dose Modulation
The system can also automatically modulate X-rays to reduce dose to radiation-sensitive organs and anatomical areas such as the eyes and the breasts without compromising image quality.
Sedation free and minimal breath hold at a very low dose for pediatric patients. Whole abdomen and pelvis scanning in less than one second.
70 kV scanning
This enables the capability for low dose protocols, which are especially suitable for pediatric imaging.
Prioritize the patient experience.
Your patients expect more. They want quick, high quality results in a low stress environment. By giving more thought to the aesthetics that the patient sees, hears, and feels, Revolution CT can help your scan room feel less clinical and more inviting. And the technology inside helps you deliver a confident diagnosis with patient safety in mind.
Provide access and comfort to more patients with a wider 80 cm bore.
Minimize patient anxiety with powerfully quiet, split-second scanning enabled by the Whisper Drive gantry.
Lower radiation and contrast dose without compromising your image quality.2
Create a better patient environment with design features such as soft ambient lighting and a patient centric bore pattern.
Deliver personalized patient information and videos via gantry displays.
1. In clinical practice, the use of ASiR-V 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.
2. When used in conjunction with fast table speed and kV Assist technology.