Ongoing issues in supply chain networks around the globe continue to cause disruptions to critical medical procedures in the U.S.
Hitachi Medical Systems America Inc announced that it received FDA clearance to market two new CT imaging models within its Scenaria platform, the new Scenaria SE 64 and the SE 128. The Scenaria SE models have new workflow-speed and ease-of-use capabilities to facilitate higher daily scanning volumes.Read More
Toshiba America Medical Systems announced its new Aquilion Lightning, pending 510(k) clearance, a 16-detector-row advanced helical CT system that was designed to have the economics of an entry-level system, but the features of the company’s high-end scanners.Read More
Siemens Healthcare announced that it recently debuted several imaging systems for radiation therapy, helping RT professionals move closer to a personalized therapy approach for their patients. Systems include a portfolio of CT, CT sliding gantry, MRI, and PET/CT systems, as well as the company’s syngo.via RT Image Suite software.Read More
Samsung NeuroLogica awarded a group purchasing agreement for general radiography, computed tomography, and ultrasound to Premier Inc, a healthcare improvement company, effective October 1, 2015. The agreement allows Premier members to receive special pricing and terms for digital radiography, CT, and ultrasound products.Read More
Royal Philips received 510(k) clearance from the FDA to market its Spectral Diagnostic Suite, a set of advanced visualization and analysis tools designed for the Philips IQon Spectral CT to deliver enhanced spectral viewing and clinical applications.Read More
The installation of a Revolution GSI CT system from GE Healthcare has allowed physicians at Southwest Diagnostic Imaging Center in Texas to provide high-definition CT images, with reduced metal artifacts and lower radiation doses for patients.Read More