The Neusoft's NeuViz 16 offers cost-effective 16-slice computed tomography with multi-detector capabilities for maximum patient throughput in an exceptionally compact design.
Cost-effective 16 slices scanner supports high-tech care at a lower cost
5.0 MHU tube configured with powerful 50 kW HV generator
24 mm volume coverage and 0.75 mm slices enable advanced motion-sensitive applications
Advanced algorithms create impressive image quality for routine neuro, ortho and body imaging
DoseRight design delivers optimal dose efficiency without compromising image quality
Maximum patient throughput with an exceptionally compact design
Operator's console establishes an efficient environment for acquisition, reconstruction and post-processing
Remote Service package links your scanner directly to an online service center
Newly designed detector Integrated detector with DAS system, dramatically improves signal to noise ratio, while the widest detector coverage in its class enables high resolution scanning, shorter breath-hold times, lower patient dose and improved patient comfort.
DoseRight modulation without compromising image quality Neusoft is continually looking for ways to reduce the risk of radiation while expanding the benefits of diagnostic imaging technology. The NeuViz 16 embodies this committment with the highest dose efficiency on the market. NeuViz 16 offer DoseRight modulation optimization tools that enhance user experience, improve image quality and save patient dose up to 50%.
Patented technology for dynamic focusing Dynamic Focal Spot enables ultra-high spatial resolution in axial and spiral scanning by sampling two fan beams alternately, doubling the reconstruction data samples.
Unique embedded software technologies-CAD software solutions The NeuViz 16 offers a full suite of unique CAD software solutions to support confidence in diagnoses and provide a competitive edge over other CT scanners.
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