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December 21, 2020
New Software Version for Vantage Orian 1.5T Also Offers Solution to Help Clinicians Image and Quantify Fatty Liver Disease
TUSTIN, Calif., Dec. 21, 2020 – Hospitals and institutions are continually looking for ways to improve diagnostic imaging throughput, especially in today’s environment where disinfection of systems and rooms in between patients is crucial. Now, Compressed SPEEDER technology has been FDA-cleared for 3D sequences on Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc.’s Vantage Orian 1.5T MR system, so clinicians can easily expect to scan at least twice as fast, and even faster in many clinical scenarios*.
Compressed SPEEDER 3D** boosts MRI scan times during 3D sequences for exams such as surgical planning and orthopedic applications by reconstructing full resolution images from under-sampled data through iterative reconstruction. The innovative technique overcomes many of the limitations inherent to traditional parallel imaging and allows for greater acceleration. The system can even further accelerate exams with Fast3D, a new technique that can be used in combination with Compressed SPEEDER 3D to help make exams even quicker.
Compressed SPEEDER is available as an option in an all-new new version of M-Power software for the Vantage Orian 1.5T, which is also available with Fat Fraction Quantification**, an application integrated directly onto the system’s console to help clinicians image and quantify fatty liver disease. The application acquires six MR echoes at once, allowing for quick diagnoses, detailed severity grading, disease monitoring and treatment response, all in alignment with QIBA standards.
“With 30 percent of the U.S. population suffering from Fatty Liver Disease, the ability to diagnose quickly as well as quantify and monitor the disease has become extremely important to clinicians. Our Fat Fraction Quantification is an ideal solution, and it is on our Vantage Orian 1.5T console so that it can be integrated into existing workflow,” said Jonathan Furuyama, managing director, MR Business Unit, Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc. “At Canon Medical, our priority is to support our customers and their patients by providing them with timely advancements that can impact their outcomes and workflow. With the help of Compressed SPEEDER for 3D exams along with Fat Fraction Quantification, healthcare providers can offer a quick and comfortable experience for their patients.”
About Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc.
Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc., headquartered in Tustin, Calif., markets, sells, distributes and services radiology and cardiovascular systems, including CT, MR, molecular imaging, ultrasound, X-ray and interventional X-ray equipment. For more information, visit Canon Medical Systems’ website at https://us.medical.canon.
About Canon Medical Systems Corporation
Canon Medical offers a full range of diagnostic medical imaging solutions including CT, X-Ray, Ultrasound, Vascular and MR, as well as a full suite of Healthcare IT solutions, across the globe. In line with our continued Made for Life philosophy, patients are at the heart of everything we do. Our mission is to provide medical professionals with solutions that support their efforts in contributing to the health and wellbeing of patients worldwide. Our goal is to deliver optimum health opportunities for patients through uncompromised performance, comfort and safety features.
At Canon Medical, we work hand in hand with our partners – our medical, academic and research community. We build relationships based on transparency, trust and respect. Together as one, we strive to create industry-leading solutions that deliver an enriched quality of life. For more information, visit the Canon Medical website: https://global.medical.canon.
* Actual acceleration factors vary by case. Maximum acceleration factor is up to 16 times.
** Compressed SPEEDER 3D and Fat Fraction Quantification are both optional. Fat Fraction Quantification is FI-Quant.
Vantage Orian and Made for life are trademarks of Canon Medical Systems.