Toshiba America Medical Systems is set to introduce a new image system in its every modality to help its customers to provide better care more efficiently.
To be unveiled at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting in Chicago, the new innovations include Infinix CT system, which integrates CT and IR into one solution.
According to the company, it is FDA cleared with the Infinix Elite and Aquilion ONE ViSION Edition configuration, and is pending 510(k) clearance for use with the Aquilion PRIME CT system.
Toshiba marketing and business management vice-president Nancy Gillen said: "Better health, better healthcare and at a lower cost is the ‘triple aim’ of healthcare reform, and our new product innovations provide solutions that help our customers meet that goal.
"By understanding our customers’ business, we are constantly developing new technologies that facilitate faster and safer diagnoses at lower costs."
The company will also showcase Aplio 300 and 500 Platinum Series ultrasound systems that offer better imaging and Elan MR system, which is also pending 510(k) approval.
In addition, the company will exhibit Celesteion PET/CT system that can be used for radiation oncology imaging, and Kalare Flat Panel Detector that reduces scatter radiation by around 95% with its integrated tube covers and offers better images edge to edge without an increase in dose .