Toshiba Aquillion 32

Toshiba Aquillion 32

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Toshiba Aquilion 32 

The Toshiba Aquilion 32 is a whole-body CT scanner designed for improved cardiac, vascular, and advanced clinical applications. The Toshiba Aquilion 32 slice CT features the Quantum detector, a high frequency generator, 896 channels in 40 rows, fast image reconstruction time, a large aperture, slip-ring gantry, extra-wide patient couch, a high heat-capacity X-ray tube, volume image processor, and the ability to upgrade to a Toshiba Aquilion 64 slice.

Features

  • General description: A 32-slice CT system that utilizes the patented Quantum detector. Images the entire body for improved vascular, cardiac, and advanced applications.
  • Special features: The Aquilion 32 can be upgraded to the Aquilion 64.

 Specifications

  • SafeCT Low-dose Solution
  • CT scanner mode: Multislice
  • Slices per rotation: 32
  • Real-Time Image Display
  • Quantum 64 Row Detector and 32 x 0.5 mm and 32 x 1 MM Slices
  • Other rotation speed options (seconds): 0.4, 0.5, 0.75, 1, 1.5 at 360 degrees
  • Minimum rotation speed: .035 (option)
  • Gantry diameter: 72 cm
  • Minimum temporal resolution (msec): 35 (option) msec
  • Maximum beam width (cm): 3.2 cm
  • Minimum room size(length x width x height): 7,200 mm x 3,830 mm x 2,500 mm
  • Table weight limit (lbs): 450 lbs with option up to 660 lbs
  • Table movement range (cm) vertically/longitudinally: 300 mm to 944 mm
  • X-ray generator kV range: 80, 100, 120 and 135 kVp
  • Maximum scan range (cm): 1800 mm cm
  • X-ray tube heat capacity: 7.5 MHU
  • Power requirements: Three phase 200

?Clinical Applications

  • Proprietary applications: SUREWorkflow: SureScan, SureStart, SureFluoro, SureExposure, SureColon, SurePulmo, SurePerfusion, SureCardio, SurePlaque, SureSubtraction, SureConnect, SureSupport
  • Cardiac CTA package: Yes
  • Lung nodule package: Yes, with Vital Images’ Vitrea2
  • Brain perfusion package: Yes, with Vital Images’ Vitrea2
  • Virtual colonoscopy package: Yes, with Vital Images’ Vitrea2