Data from Pharmawand - Curated by EPG Health - Date added 30 November 2019

The FDA has cleared the new SOMATOM X.cite premium single-source computed tomography (CT) scanner from Siemens Healthineers together with the new myExam Companion intelligent user interface concept. The intuitive user interface of the myExam Companion guides the user through the exam workflow with precise questions about the patient, potentially enabling optimization of the state-of-the-art features of a premium CT scanner such as the SOMATOM X.cite.

The myExam Companion combines available patient data such as gender and age with other user or machine-observable, patient-specific information – for example, a patient’s electrocardiogram (ECG) waveform for a cardiac study – to identify optimal acquisition and reconstruction techniques for each patient. Together, these innovations make the imaging process more efficient, compensating for differences in user experience levels and scan complexities on even the most complicated acquisitions, including coronary CT angiography (CTA) studies.

The first CT scanner launching with the myExam Companion intelligent user interface concept, the SOMATOM X.cite uses the Vectron X-ray tube, which was previously available only on the SOMATOM Force dual source CT scanner. In combination with a large 82cm gantry bore, the SOMATOM X.cite offers advanced imaging capabilities with an even greater focus on patient comfort.

"Lack of staff and time and the creation of standards are some of the biggest hurdles in the daily business of radiology,” says André Hartung, President of Diagnostic Imaging at Siemens Healthineers. “With the SOMATOM X.cite and the myExam Companion, we provide our customers with unique tools to overcome these hurdles effectively. It is a major step for our imaging portfolio into the world of intelligent user support and for Siemens Healthineers on our way to becoming a leader in clinical decision support."

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