Medical Oncology Solutions
Patient-centric Designs

Patient-centric Designs

Innovative design leads to more comfortable scans for an enhanced patient experience.

Aquilion Exceed LB

Patient comfort challenges:

  • Operator/patient engagement
  • Narrow bore size
  • Table weight limit
  • Limitations of table width
  • Discomfort from transducer pressure
  • Transferring the patient to the table
  • Optimal patient positioning
  • Minimizing patient fall risk

“Thanks to the patient couch lift, the system is also suitable for patients with limited mobility.”

Dr. Claus K├Âlblinger
Head of Radiology
Department at Krankenhaus der Barmherzigen Schwester, Ried, Austria


“As no physical exercise from patient or radiographer is needed, the auto- positioning tool is extremely comfortable for everyone.”

Dr. Mark Kon
Consultant Radiologist
Bradford Royal Infirmary, United Kingdom

MR

Quiet scans with a virtual immersive experience

Quiet scans with a virtual immersive experience

  • Wide bore, dockable table, and low table height
  • Ultra-short and wide bore
  • Proprietary acoustic noise reduction

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CT

Lower table heights accommodate patients with limited mobility

Lower table heights accommodate patients with limited mobility

  • Wide bore, wide table & low table height
  • Unique flared gantry
  • Advanced positioning technologies

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Ultrasound

Deepest penetration for a more comfortable patient experience

Deepest penetration for a more comfortable patient experience2

  • Reduced discomfort from transducer pressure1
  • Adjustable system height, console and monitor
  • Rotatable user interface

MI

Wider table allows for greater patient comfort

Wider table allows for greater patient comfort

  • Wide bore, wide table & low table height
  • Unique flared gantry
  • Advanced positioning technologies

1 Compared to transducers which require more pressure to image to comparable depth.
2 Aplio iSeries offers the deepest ultrasound penetration in the industry at up to 50cm, compared to transducers which require more pressure to image to comparable depth.
The clinical results, performance and views described are the experience of the Clinician. Results may vary due to clinical setting, patient presentation and other factors.