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Revolution Frontier

From INNOVATION to OUTCOMES... EVERYDAY.

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Revolution Frontier

From INNOVATION to OUTCOMES... EVERYDAY.

Whether you need to boost image definition or add spectral detail, Revolution FrontierTM,1 will advance the clinical value of CT.

Your patients get a CT because they need answers, quickly. But a challenge
with conventional CT today is that doctors see the anatomy, but may be
unable to characterize disease due to lack of fine detail or lack of tissue
composition such as calcium, iodine, blood or fat. This can often lead to
additional follow-up tests to make the diagnosis. As a result, CT needs to
evolve: from anatomy to function, from structure to chemical composition,
and from high sensitivity (detection) to high specificity (disease characterization).

Our RevolutionTM brand of CT systems is built from our passion to provide you
with extraordinary technologies that will allow you to reach the right
diagnosis, effortlessly. To push the boundaries of what you expect from your
CT, enabling you to see beyond anatomy and explore new areas of care.

Introducing Revolution Frontier. From Innovation to Outcomes... Everyday.

Explore new areas of care

GSI Education Center

Video Gallery

WEBINAR
Dual Energy Spectral CT (GSI Xtream) applications in
body imaging: Advances and Advantages in Clinical
Practice

Dr. Sahani implements GSI across clinical
applications

1-click GSI protocols can
help in lesion characterization


Dr. Morgan's didactic lecture on PACS and AW
Workstation


GSI Xtream on Revolution CT
Improved clinical results for oncology care



Disclaimers

1. Revolution Frontier is not CE marked. Not available for sale in all regions.
2. The use of ASiR-V may reduce CT patient dose depending on the clinical task, patient size, anatomical location and clinical practice. A consultation with a radiologist and a physicist should be made to determine the appropriate dose to obtain diagnostic image quality for the particular clinical task.
3. As demonstrated in a phantom using iodinated contrast and hydroxyapatite.