CT Acute Care Engine
Driving progress with quick and comprehensive trauma diagnosis.
- Comprehensive diagnosis when time is tight
Multiple trauma cases with suspected injuries to the thorax and spine call for a complete evaluation of the ribs and vertebral bodies to assess possible fractures. syngo.CT Bone Reading1 revolutionizes this process: The application identifies and labels the ribs and displays the entire rib cage rolled on a 2D planar reformat. In addition, the vertebral bodies are tagged and the spine is presented in a stretched view for a straightforward overview of the anatomy. With Spine CAD4 we offer a second-reader support for an even easier detection of traumatic spine lesions.
- The Automatic Pre-Processing function performs these steps for you and has the case ready for review when opened. Lesions and fractures can now be spotted and assessed immediately.
- Automatically complete manufacturer-specific graft order forms
Pre-procedural planning for the treatment of abdominal and thoracic aortic aneurysms requires a precise assessment of several anatomical parameters. Numerous vendors offer a variety of stent grafts, each of which requires its own set of measurements.
syngo.CT Rapid Stent Planning1 introduces the automatic completion of manufacturer-specific stent order forms. This optional extension makes the most effective use of the unique Rapid Results Technology: Protocols guide the user through all length and diameter measurements, which are then automatically stored in the corresponding order form. At delivery, syngo.CT Rapid Stent Planning provides three order forms: Gore Excluder, Zenith Flex, and Medtronic Endurant in PDF format. In addition, new order form templates can be generated to match the requirements of other vendors.2
- Evaluate the full spectrum of myocardial perfusion
When determining the hemodynamic relevance of an intermediate stenosis, suboptimal timing of the scan may compromise the results of a simple first-pass enhancement and may be misleading in the detection of a potential perfusion defect. The new Perfusion Evaluation function in syngo.CT Myocardial Perfusiont1 enables the assessment of quantitative dynamic myocardial perfusion data.3 Additional clinical benefits are introduced with the quantification of iodine concentration in the myocardium using Dual Energy, as well as the inspection of quantitative blood flow and volume data.3 The visualization in AHA-compliant 17-segment polar maps and a direct overlay in MPR segments help pinpoint the perfusion defect.
- Standardize and automate image creation
When assessing coronary artery disease, the manual preparation of reformats and visualizations of the coronary vessels is time-consuming and rarely standardized. With Rapid Results Technology (RRT), you can automatically generate visualizations of the coronary and general vessels in a variety of types and orientations. Design your own protocols that best suit your daily work. Save time for reading other cases by allowing RRT to create just the right amount of information – standardized and reproducible. With the new edition, RRT lets you send the results of your executed protocols directly to your PACS with no extra effort.
- Assess dynamic CT data for the management of acute stroke patients
In acute stroke, it can be challenging to differentiate the core infarct from tissue at risk for infarction (penumbra). This is crucial, however, because the latter is potentially salvageable with additional therapy. With a range of unique features, syngo.CT Neuro Perfusion helps you easily assess the potential treatment benefits. It visualizes tissue at risk in 3D color maps based on the mismatch between blood volume and flow. You can also select individual mismatch parameters like Siemens’ Time-To-Drain. Refined algorithms offer automated gray-matter segmentation so you can immediately focus on the relevant tissues.
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