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United Imaging Presents Full Portfolio of High-End Medical Imaging Devices at Arab Health 2020

By HospiMedica International staff writers
Posted on 29 Jan 2020
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Image: Total-body PET/CT uEXPLORER (Photo courtesy of United Imaging)
Image: Total-body PET/CT uEXPLORER (Photo courtesy of United Imaging)
United Imaging (Shanghai, China) made its debut at Arab Health 2020 with a full portfolio of high-end medical imaging devices, including PET/CT, PET/MR, MR, CT, XR and AI products, including Total-body PET/CT, Ultra-wide Bore 3.0T MR and 160-slice CT.

Among its key products showcased United Imaging at the event was the uEXPLORER total-body PET/CT. With the unprecedented axial FOV and system sensitivity, as well as the industry leading spatial resolution, the world’s first total-body PET/CT uEXPLORER not only creates new opportunities for clinical research and patient care, but also shows the strong innovation power of United Imaging.

The company highlighted its uMR Omega 3.0T MR system featuring a 75cm ultra-wide bore, making it suitable for bariatric imaging, breast imaging and off-center scan. The technology innovation makes it easy to realize the industry-biggest 60cm FOV and excellent imaging quality with the UIH proprietary uCS imaging platform.

United Imaging also showcased the uCT 780, a 160-slice CT system that is equipped with the fully integrated Z-Detector to allow low dose data acquisition with fine details. Its fast rotation speed of 0.3 second fundamentally improves the cardiac scan quality, while the coordinated control system boosts the speed for scan and reconstruction.

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