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GE Optima 540 16 Slice CT Scanner

The GE Optima 540 16 Slice CT Scanner offers a streamlined workflow to provide the most reliable and consistent imaging results

GE Optima 540 Overview

The Optima 540 CT Machine optimizes the patient experience while continuing to provide exquisite image quality. It answers your need for exceptional clinical results with an increased volume of patient throughput and a focus on patient-centered tasks.

  • HiLight Matrix Detector with 24 reference elements and 0.5-sec rotation speed.
  • ASiR1 to help you achieve your lower dose needs.
  • Volara Digital DAS with an increased sampling rate of up to 20% and electronic noise reduction up to 33%.
  • Speed with IQE—70 cm chest-abdomen-pelvis in 10 seconds. Boost your pitch and cover more anatomy at the same image quality.
  • The short geometry design of the Optima CT540 system enables equivalent imaging flux compared to a system with a longer geometry and higher generator power.
  • Ultra compact form – maintains the optimal speed, power and resolution needed for all kinds of CT applications. Yet it fits in the same space as a single slice for an easier installation.
  • Freedom Workspace offers sit/stand and horizontal/vertical monitor flexibility. It can also help reduce noise and heat with remote location of the console.
  • Xtream Display with on-gantry display for patient name recognition and exam type.
  • Default Patient Positioning provides easy and simple positioning.
  • Dynamic Transition SmartPrep allows intermittent monitoring of IV contrast enhancement in an area of interest. 
  • Emergency Patient Mode has a dedicated User Interface (UIF) for emergency cases to start examinations quickly.
  • Prospective Multiple Reconstruction (PMR) allows up to 10 sets of reconstructions to be pre-programmed as part of the scan protocol prior to acquisition.
  • Enhanced filming workflow tool provides a friendly and powerful user interface.  Allows you to open multiple sessions at the same time for one or more patients and to set up multiple films in parallel.