Hitachi recently announced its delivery of a no-charge upgrade to customers of its Scenaria 128-slice CT system under full-service agreements. The SE model upgrade features ease-of-use capabilities and facilitates enhanced accommodation of bariatric patients to address the challenges facing today’s busy CT facilities.

“With Hitachi’s recent upgrade of our Scenaria system, Hitachi has demonstrated that as technology changes Hitachi has made it their mission to grow with that technology and enabled our site to continue to grow and accomplish our needs to deliver great patient care and imaging,” says Dave Reisman, radiology director at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Lafayette, Ind.

Says Sheldon Schaffer, vice president and general manager of MR and CT at Hitachi: “With this no-charge upgrade, Hitachi is demonstrating again the unmatched value of our customer support by providing the upgrade to full Scenaria SE capabilities for our entire installed base of Scenaria 128 customers, covered by warranty or full-service agreements. This upgrade is in addition to our exceptional commitments of unlimited no-charge applications training revisits and full replacement coverage of x-ray tubes without cost proration, under our warranty.”

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