A Revolutionary CT System That Will Reduce Radiation Exposure and Enhance Image Quality
For years, the scientific and medical communities have been searching for a way to reduce radiation exposure caused by CT (Computed Tomography) systems. Our team has invented a highly sensitive and accurate CT system that dramatically reduces patients’ exposure to radiation while simultaneously providing enhanced images with a more standardized interpretation, which is less reliant on subjective physician evaluation and is less subject to human error.
Real-Time Radiation Intensity Control
Our innovative system redefines the CT scanning devices industry, with the added ability to dynamically control the intensity of applied radiation during tissue mapping in accordance with tissue structural density, in real-time. This feature allows the applied radiation intensity (kVP) to be adjusted as the scanning of the tissue is conducted.
With this improvement, our CT system can provide a more reliable and much more detailed diagnostical information from CT imaging. By applying our expertise in cutting edge image processing and advanced algorithm development and using data and insights gleaned from imagery intelligence gathering applications, we have created the next generation of medical imaging super-machines.
Improved Image Quality in CT Scans
Our innovative CT system includes a coordinated and integrated imaging and analysis platform. The system provides uniquely improved image quality in CT scans, which is obtained by reducing peak kilo-voltage (kVP) in addition to providing real-time modulation of applied kVP to discrete tissue locations within a larger region, where the overall application is maintained below a threshold value.
The improved CT system creates an initial map by characterizing a tissue region that establishes the region borders for a given larger tissue section being scanned. The specific region in turn serves as a tissue map for further evaluation by CT, where minimal to no radiation exposure occurs during the initial mapping stage.