First AI-assisted Deep Learning scanners added to diagnostic imaging fleet
InHealth, the UK’s largest specialist provider of diagnostic and healthcare solutions, has recently increased its fleet of mobile CT scanners by selecting a number of new AI-assisted Aquilion Prime SP CTs from Canon Medical Systems UK.
The fully managed mobile CT services using the new Aquilion scanners will be provided to both NHS and independent sectors to help increase capacity of scanning to patients and enhance the quality of care provided. The new CT scanners are powered by an Advanced intelligent Clear-IQ Engine (AiCE) to deliver high-quality medical imaging at speed and at low dose. This helps speed up image acquisition and reduces the need for imaging retakes, giving more time for quality patient care and expanding imaging capacity.
Martyn Beckett, Director of Operations, Mobile Fleet at InHealth states, “The new orders from Canon Medical UK are the latest in a decade-long CT partnership. The evolving technology is great to keep pace with our customers’ imaging needs as AI-assisted CT will future-proof capabilities for quick and confident diagnostic imaging. Plus, the after-sales service and support delivered is first class – our training needs are met, and faults can be fixed remotely to keep our downtime to a minimum.”
Colin Murray, Account Manager at Canon Medical Systems UK states, “It is great to have another wave of CT orders from InHealth and play our part in keeping high-quality mobile imaging on the road. By introducing AI-assisted CT, radiographers can be assured of gaining higher quality images first time without noise distortion, and radiologists will have superior images for interpretation at a much lower dose for the patient.”
Photo caption: InHealth, the UK’s largest specialist provider of diagnostic and healthcare solutions, has further increased its fleet of mobile CT scanners by selecting new AI-assisted Aquilion Prime SP CTs from Canon Medical Systems UK.