helix advanced image processing

Helix™ Advanced Image Processing

Diagnostic imaging quality you need. From the first X-ray

helix advanced image processing

Helix™ Advanced Image Processing

Diagnostic imaging quality you need. From the first X-ray


Helping you make the first image count.

First impressions matter in diagnostic imaging. That’s why GE Healthcare is committed to developing products that provide the clinical confidence our customers need from the first X-ray image. Our goal is to take the guesswork and rework out of imaging, so practitioners can focus on the patient.

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Get the diagnostic clarity you need from that first X-ray

Helix Advanced Image Processing delivers sharp detail and consistent performance in X-ray, despite variations in exposure technique and challenging exam conditions.

Up to 40% increase in detectability of fine structures*

The power of Helix™ advanced image processing coupled with FlashPad HD improves small detail detectability by up to 40%* thanks to ultra-high resolution and enhanced noise control.

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Extraordinary anatomical detail at low dose in every X-ray image.

Helix advanced image processing algorithms harness the full high-resolution power and exceptional dose efficiency of FlashPad HD detectors to deliver outstanding clarity and extraordinary anatomical detail where it matters most.

Anatomy specific image enhancement

Clear bone and soft tissue presentation across different anatomies and views.

Consistent brightness and contrast

Helix delivers consistent brightness and contrast across variations in dose exposure with Smart Windowing and enhanced Contrast Restoration

Excellent handling of metal implants

Clear bone-metal interface without halo artifact

Related resources

  • Helix advanced image processing brochure

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  • Whitepaper: High resolution for improved visualization in X-ray

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*Source: GE whitepaper: High resolution for improved visualization (DOC2045904)