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Samsung will introduce new mobile CT OmniTom at RSNA 2017

samsung to introduce omnitom

 November 27, 2017

Samsung Electronics which is a leader in medical imaging technology is on the verge of unveiling OmniTom mobile 16-slice computed tomography (CT) scanner at the Radiology Society of North America (RSNA) 2017 Annual Meeting at McCormick in Chicago.

OmniTom’s release is the new demo of Samsung’s leadership in CT imaging. OmniTom enhances its features more than CereTom CT scanner which is Samsung’s award –winning product and includes:

  • Expanded use: Maintains a small footprint ideal for mobile use while increasing the gantry opening to 40 cm for improved coverage of adult head and neck, and full body pediatric scanning
  • Enhanced safety system: OmniTom features an internal drive system, making portability less strenuous, while also offering smart-sensing collision avoidance software to maximize control and patient safety

OmniTom is ideal for cranial procedures and is designed to deliver the highest quality non-contrast CT, CT angiography and CT perfusion scans. The combination of its rapid scan time, ultra-small footprint and immediate image viewing makes OmniTom an indispensable tool for collecting real-time data on critically ill patients

  • Expanded use: Maintains a small footprint ideal for mobile use while increasing the gantry opening to 40 cm for improved coverage of adult head and neck, and full body pediatric scanning

The new product’s purpose demonstrates Samsung’s strategy “AccE” (Access, Accuracy and Efficiency) which motivates to change the industry by adapting innovations in physical access.

Philip Sullivan, President and CEO of Samsung NeuroLogica said, “At Samsung, we work tirelessly to make sure that our full range of products provide patients and physicians with the best possible options for care”. “We do this through designing products that deliver broad access, superior accuracy and quality, and make care teams more efficient by maximizing throughput and minimizing waste.”

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