Whitepaper: Technology and benefits of photon-counting CT Siemens Healthineers eBlast NAEOTOM Alpha with Quantum Technology can help enable confident clinical decision-making.

Whitepaper: The technology behind photon-counting CT

Learn how the NAEOTOM Alpha with Quantum Technology can help enable confident clinical decision-making

Compared to a more conventional image thickness (0.6 mm - left image), coronary CTA with Quantum UHR at 0.2 mm (middle image) shows small calcifications in distal LM plaque.

Images courtesy of Universitäts Spital Zürich, Switzerland

What is Quantum Technology, and what benefits could it provide your patients?

Read the whitepaper to learn how this radical new technology provides:
  • Smaller detector pixels for high-resolution imaging without a dose penalty
  • Elimination of electronic noise for advanced image quality and quantitative CT at low-dose
  • Intrinsic spectral sensitivity, so there's no need to compromise between speed, coverage, or spectral information
  • Equal energy contribution for contrast-rich images

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ISCT Photon-counting Workshop

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International Society for Computed Tomography
Sept. 14, 2022
San Diego

Hear from early adopters of photon-counting at a full-day workshop designed for sharing best practices, images, and clinical impact.

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CT redefined.

See clinical images and explore the features and benefits of the NAEOTOM Alpha with Quantum Technology, the world's first photon-counting CT.

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