SIGNA™ Artist AIR™ Edition

When scanning with AIR™ Coils, SIGNA™ Artist provides 360-degrees of coil coverage to accommodate all types of patients and sizes and enables feet-first imaging for all scans.  

What’s new

Simply better clinical confidence
Improve SNR, sharpen images and shorten MR scan times with AIR™ Recon DL*.

AIR™: A simply better MR experience**

The AIR™ family of products delivers clinical versatility and comfort, intelligent productivity improvements and consistently superior image quality.

A masterful balance of comfort and productivity

  • Patient-friendly design maximizes comfort and system utility

  • Consistent image quality

  • Accuracy and agility

Expand your clinical MR capabilities with SIGNA™Works

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Versatility to meet your MR imaging needs

Adapting to all patients

  • eXpress Dockable Table

  • Elevating radiology by addressing patient needs

Get the Works with MRI upgrade options

  • Bring AIR™ to your Optima™ MR450w or Optima™ MR450w GEM

Supporting Materials Listing

SIGNA™ Artist brochure

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AIR™ brochure

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Going digital with SIGNA™ Artist helps prepare Dunedin Hospital for the future

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Emory John Creek Hospital elevates performance and patient satisfaction with SIGNA™ Artist

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MR Excellence Program is a beacon for optimizing MR imaging workflow and the patient experience

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Free-breathing liver imaging using DISCO with Auto Navigator

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A 10-minute comprehensive cardiac MR exam with flow quantification

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A collection of articles from SIGNA Pulse of MR

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**Compared to conventional technology

1 With GE SIGNA™ Lift, the system may be able to scan 2-3 more patients per day due to new capabilities and productivity.

2 Total upfront costs include equipment, downtime and siting. Actual results may vary. Based on average estimate construction costs to upgrade with SIGNA™ Lift vs. replacing with a new system.

3 Compared to a new GE 1.5T MR system – upfront cost includes equipment, construction required for the equipment install and potential mobile cost during downtime. Actual costs will vary depending upon your site’s specific circumstances.