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United Imaging unveils new CT scanner at RSNA 2020

By staff writers
November 30, 2020

United Imaging launched its uCT Atlas, an ultrawide-bore CT scanner with artificial intelligence (AI) software, at the RSNA 2020 virtual meeting.

The 640-slice CT scanner is pending 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It has a 16-cm detector, 0.25-second rotation speed, and a low-dose 60-kVp capability, the firm said. The scanner also has an 82-cm bore and a 700-lb table weight capacity. The machine comes with a uAI Vision integrated 3D camera and AI software that makes exams easier and lowers patient radiation doses, United Imaging said.

The firm is also showcasing its newly FDA-cleared image reconstruction products at RSNA: uAI ACS (AI-assisted Compressed Sensing), uAI Hyper DLR deep-learning PET image reconstruction algorithm, and CT uAI Delta low-dose imaging technology.

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