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GE Healthcare Showcases Innovative AI, Digital and Imaging Solutions at ECR 2021

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 07 Mar 2021
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GE Healthcare (Chicago, IL, USA) provided first-hand knowledge about its latest AI, digital and imaging solutions along with live and on-demand thought leadership events at the fully virtual ECR 2021 held in Vienna, Austria from March 3-10, 2021.

GE Healthcare offered MR Live Scanning sessions to show how its products can deliver exceptional image quality, improve productivity, and change the patient experience. The Live Scanning sessions were dedicated to MSK imaging, NEURO imaging, BODY imaging and CARDIO imaging.

The company unveiled its new SIGNA™ Voyager AIR™ Edition 1.5T wide-bore scanner now boosted with the latest available software platform. The ultimate goal of the company’s AIR™ ecosystem is to provide a family of simply better workflow applications that automate the scan process to drive consistency and image quality. When paired with advanced imaging applications, these workflow and processing improvements deliver exceptional versatility and productivity gains along with industry-leading image quality. GE Healthcare also demonstrated how users could transform their MR experience with its breakthrough AIR™ coil design and some of its revolutionary deep-learning algorithm.

Additionally, GE Healthcare also showcased its solutions for cardiology, critical care, hospital management, interventional radiology, nuclear medicine, oncology, perioperative care and women’s health at ECR 2021.

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