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United Imaging Officially Launches its Debut Visit to ECR 2023

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 01 Mar 2023
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United Imaging Healthcare (UIH, Warsaw, Poland) has officially launched its debut visit to the annual European Congress of Radiology (ECR) taking place on March 1-5, 2023, in Vienna, Austria. As an important milestone in the company’s globalization strategy, it is using this opportunity to present new products and services, taking on a large space in the exhibition center and embracing the chance to interact with Congress attendees. UIH has become a Platinum Supporting Member of the European Society of Radiology (ESR), which will stimulate further collaboration, going forward. Through this membership, the ESR seeks to further cater to the needs of radiologists by bridging the gap between medical imaging professionals and the industry for the benefit of the patient.

At ESR 2023, UIH is showcasing its ground-breaking products, including Total-Body PET/CT, HD TOF PET/MR, 75cm Ultra-Wide Bore 3.0T MR, 640-Slice CT Scanner, and Fully Integrated CT-linac, most of which have been globally or nationally recognized for world-leading performance. UIH is featuring the uMR Jupiter 5.0T system that allows users to explore new frontiers in ultra-high field (UHF) MRI by enabling exclusive whole-body 5.0T clinical and research applications. The company is also highlighting the uMR Omega system designed to break traditional boundaries without compromise and features a revolutionary 75cm, ultra-wide bore that greatly broadens clinical capabilities. Alongside, UIH is featuring the wide-bore uMR 680 system that delivers '3.0T-like' image quality with deep learning-based image reconstruction technology.

Additionally, UIH is showcasing the AI-powered uCT 960+ ultra-premium 640-slice CT scanner that is designed to bring complicated CT applications to routine clinic with ease, confidence and low radiation dose, leaving no patient behind. Also featured at ECR 2023 is the uEXPLORER, an ultra-high-resolution digital PET/CT with a 194cm axial PET field of view (FOV). The system offers total-body dynamic scanning, which changes the way whole-body PET/CT imaging has traditionally been performed. UIH is also exhibiting the uPMR 790 system that enables simultaneous PET/MRI imaging with high temporal and spatial resolution, alongside the uMammo 890i mammography system that pioneers a new breakthrough in low-dose, high resolution breast imaging with advanced CMOS technology. In the area of radiography, UIH is highlighting the uDR 780i Pro X-ray system imaging that is powered by uVision technology and offers vision-assisted smart workflow. At ECR 2023, UIH is presenting the uDR 380i mobile DR system featuring a ultra-narrow body design, unique uVision remote console and high capacity power.

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