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As medical care advances, CT devices need to be optimized for patient care for accelerating clinical decision-making more than ever.
The rapidly aging population increases the pressure on the economical benefit of medical systems
Supria 128 responds to the paradigm shift in the medical field by applying the latest technologies, such as whole-body submillimeter high-speed imaging and dose reduction technologies, which bring CT to the next level - responding to the various challenging clinical demands.
Supria 128 is a new CT solution that responds to the healthcare needs - present and future.
Supria 128 provides high quality imaging, with a lower dose
Iterative processing for routine examinations
Iterative Processing, used for dose reduction, requires plenty of calculation, making it difficult to apply it in routine examinations. In Supria 128, the image processing unit has been renewed and the processing speed improved, facilitating the use of Iterative Processing (Intelli IP) in routine examinations.
Optimal settings for each facility
Noise reduction strength can be selected from 7 levels. We provide high-quality images by reducing image noise and artifacts with an appropriate exposure dose according to the facility's operation policy.
Low tube voltage scanning
In general, low tube voltage scanning can be expected to increase CT values and improve low-contrast resolution with iodine contrast agents.The noise increased by low tube voltage imaging can be reduced by Intelli IP, which also reduces the burden on the patient.
Scan any area of the body with submillimeter (0.625mm) imaging
Equipped with a 0.625mm x 64ch = 40mm high resolution wide detector, submillimeter imaging is possible in a short scanning time on any area of the body.
Minimum slice width 0.625mm
The X-ray detector is separated by a partition. The X-ray utilization efficiency decreases by the thickness of this partition. There is a trade-off between X-ray utilization efficiency and spatial resolution, and the detector is equipped with a minimum slice width of 0.625 mm.
Since it is possible to take a wide range of scans, it is effective for various examinations such as head, lowered arms, and abdominal multi-phase scanning.
Supria 128 provides comfortable patient care
Scanning can be started / stopped on the gantry while monitoring the situation changes at a position close to the patient. This improves the workflow between the operation and scanning rooms, and consider the safety for smooth examinations.
High performance, such as high-speed rotation, submillimeter slice imaging, powerful X-ray generator and state-of-the-art image reconstruction algorithms, realizes high resolution and high throughput examinations.
High pitch scanning not limited to FOV
Our original 3D image reconstruction algorithm CORE method allows scanning with whole specification range of the slices thickness and FOV.
Supria 128 provides high functionality
HiMAR (High Quality Metal Artifact Reduction) adopts unique algorithms for estimating and correcting artifacts based on metal data.
Helpful function for reducing the burden on the patient
As Supria 128 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.
Motion artifact correction
Full FOV data acquisition
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.
With a large bore of 750mm, and a maximum effective field of view that reduces patient's anxiety, it is possible to scan the patient in various positions.
The scan button is located on the intercom box, just above the keyboard, with simply arranged operation buttons, large text, and an easy-to-understand display, which support examinations efficiently.