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Supria 32

Supria 32 meets healthcare needs – present and future.

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“Supria 32” meets Patient Friendly

Iterative processing for routine examinations

To use the iterative processing  (Intelli IP), a noise reduction  technology, more efficiently on  routine examinations,  reconstruction speed has been  improved by 50% compared to  the Conventional CT. In addition,  the intensity of noise reduction can be selected from seven levels, providing high quality images with appropriate exposure dose, image noise reduction and artifact reduction based on the operation
guideline at clincal sites.

Reconstruction speed

“Supria 32” meets High Performance

High eff iciency powerful X-ray generator

Our technology enabled us to develop a powerful and high efficiency X-ray generator.
It achieves sufficient output with a compact power supply facility. It can also cover heavy load examinations in the X-ray tube, such as wide-area imaging and multi-phase imaging.

* CT machine sold 10 years ago

“Supria 32” meets High Functionality

ECG Prospective scanning in synchronization with electrocardiogram

ECG Prospective scanning is a function that scans and achieves image in synchronization with electrocardiographic information. Images achieved by ECG  Prospective scanning can be used for calcium scoring analysis*1.

  • *1  A 3D workstation equipped with a calcium scoring analysis is required.

Helpful function to reduce the burden on the patient

As Supria 32 is equipped with a motion artifact correction, body movement can be compensated even after scanning. Even if the patient is out of the effective field of view, such as a patient with a kyphosis, images can be reconstructed without re-scanning in case it is within the maximum effective field of view.