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Philips unveils new AI-enabled CT imaging tech

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Philips announced today that it launched its CT 5300 system, a flexible X-ray CT platform with advanced AI capabilities.

Amsterdam-based Philips says the system increases diagnostic confidence, streamlines workflow efficiency and maximises system uptime. It helps to improve overall patient outcomes and department productivity. Philips unveiled the new system at ECR2024.

CT 5300 meets advanced diagnostic imaging requirements for cardiac care patient guidelines, according to Philips. The company says it also offers utility in other challenging areas like trauma care and interventional procedures. Additionally, the system features virtual tools for real-time collaboration and clinical/technical support.

Philips also designed the system for more accessibility and lower energy consumption.

With Nanopanel Precise, the company’s first detector built specifically for AI-based reconstruction, Philips said the system leverages the full capabilities of its Precise Image reconstruction software, delivering high-quality imaging at a lower radiation dose.

“We listened to radiologists about the issues they face every day and what they wanted out of a next-generation CT system. We then combined the latest imaging and AI technologies to meet their needs and created a system that delivers next-level diagnostic confidence, empowers workflows, and ensures lifetime value,” said Frans Venker, business leader of CT at Philips. “We’ve leveraged AI in virtually every aspect of the CT 5300, freeing both CT technicians and radiologists from tedious, time-consuming tasks so they can spend more time focused on their patients.”

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