Designed with patients in mind
Developed for a wide diversity of patients with different ages, sizes and physical conditions, the Ingenia 1.5T has features that will put your patients at ease:
- 70 cm bore provides more space and helps to reduce anxiety.
- Smart software to reduce retakes increase consistency and exam speed.
- Digital coil design greatly reduces coil weights and leads to less patient repositioning in many exams.
- The ambient light ring on the magnet façade and adjustable, in-bore lighting enhance the openness of the system.
- Patient-perceived gradient acoustic noise is reduced by more than 80%.
At the heart of the Ingenia 1.5T is the new dStream architecture. dStream comprises:
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- DirectDigital RF receive technology, which digitizes the MR signal directly in the RF coil, at the patient. DirectDigital RF receive technology digitizes the MR signal at the patient, eliminating noise influences typical of analog pathways, to capture the MR signal where it is at its purest. The fiber-optic connection from the coil to the image reconstructor enables lossless broadband data transmission. This results in SNR gains of up to 40%, which you can use to increase image quality and exam speed. dStream architecture also brings next generation parallel imaging dS-SENSE for even more speed or resolution.
- FlexStream workflow, which increases system versatility and throughput through better coil and patient management. Hinged upon the unique FlexCoverage Posterior coil that provides neck-to-toe coverage without the need for any manual removal or repositioning, FlexStream enables imaging with fewer coils and reduces coil positioning and patient setup time.
- EasyExpand, which enables plug and play expansion of clinical capabilities without major hardware upgrades. With dStream’s EasyExpand, you never have to worry about upgrading your RF receive channels to keep up with advances in coil technology. Because digitization occurs in the RF coil, the channels available are determined by the coils, rather than the system. This enables plug-and-play expansion of clinical capabilities without major hardware upgrades, resulting in lower lifecycle costs and improved economic value.