VANTAGE TITAN 3T SETS NEW STANDARDS IN COMFORT, IMAGING AND PRODUCTIVITY
With the Vantage Titan 3T, Toshiba offers a state-of-the-art MRI system that incorporates a wide bore without compromising image quality. The scanner is quiet because of the Pianissimo technology which features vacuum-enclosed gradients. The intuitive M-Power graphical user interface enables fast, simple and effective operation of the scanner.
The Toshiba Vantage Titan series provides unsurpassed patient comfort by combining a short 1.6 meter magnet with a large 71 cm opening to reduce patient anxiety and to allow 80% of the body to be scanned feet first.
INNOVATIVE ATLAS MATRIX COIL CONCEPT With the Atlas matrix coil concept the number of coil elements and number of receiver channels are optimized with the maximum scan FoV. A 45 cm longitudinal scan FoV can incorporate 36 elements which can be fed to a 16-channel receiver system for improved SNR or to a 32-channel received system for high parallel imaging factors.
EASY TECH – FULLY AUTOMATED SCAN PLAN Reproducibility of scan planes is often compromised through variation in scan plan by the technician operating the scanner. EasyTech technology addresses this issue. Based on a standard axial scan the scanner looks for anatomical landmarks and based on these landmarks it adjusts the scan plan to the appropriate planes. This technology eliminates different orientations in follow-up scans and differences in orientation between patients.
M-POWER – WORKFLOW ORIENTED SOFTWARE, OPTIMIZED FOR YOUR NEEDS The M-Power software streamlines your workflow: As soon as a patient is registered in the RIS/HIS including type of examination, the MRI scanner automatically selects the appropriate protocol that corresponds with the clinical request. In this protocol the scan parameters as well as the post-processing functions are defined.
NO WASTE OF TIME In conventional MR systems, anatomy-specific coils could not coexist on the table. Consequently, frequent coil exchange made the process tedious and cumbersome to the operators. Therefore, procedure set-up and patient throughput was inefficient. With the Atlas coil concept whereby the head, spine and body coils are seamlessly combined, boundary-free image acquisition can be performed while dramatically reducing coil exchange time. This results in an improved workflow.