BREAST IMAGING: Senographe™ Crystal Nova

Digital mammography transformation, simplified.

BREAST IMAGING: Senographe™ Crystal Nova

Digital mammography transformation, simplified.

Rising patient volumes. Increasing competitive pressures. Tightening cost constraints. Amid these intensifying healthcare challenges, digital mammography is helping hospitals and clinics transform the way they provide breast care – serving more patients well and in less time. So why are facilities refraining from making the move to digital? At GE Healthcare, we posed these crucial questions to our customers. What we learned, we applied. The answer is the new Senographe Crystal Nova.

An exceptional patient throughput performance on the market.
So easy to use and fast in acquiring high-quality images that the speed of a screening exam is limited only by patient positioning.
Assuming that a technician requires 30 sec to position the patient for each acquisition.
A four-view exam can readily be completed in less than 3 minutes.
Versus over 12 minutes with screen-film procedures, including image acquisition and processing.2

Fast Facts

  • Streamline the experience. Patient benefit.
    • Slim gantry
    • Small tube head
    • Rounded-shaped bucky

  • Allow patients to quickly, comfortably embrace the system

  • Adjust the gantry. In one touch.
    • "N-button" quickly and automatically positions to your workflow preferences
    • "Auto-Move" function moves to the next angulation and adapts the height automatically

  • Make technologists job easier. Quickly.
    • Simple and intuitive features, for technologists to transition to digital mammography without delay

  • Position patients. Quickly. Precisely.
    • Small and sliding paddle makes it easy to accommodate all kind of breasts

  • Glide through your evaluations. Easily.
    • Intuitive icons on the user interface
    • All the tools you need at your fingertips

  • Save precious space.
    • Small footprint
    • Designed to fit in small spaces

2. O'Riordan E. et al, Radiology, 2000.