The first-ever digital broadband MR system

Ingenia 3.0T benefits
results and workflow
in neuro MR
User experiences
First Ingenia 3.0T* experiences at University of Michigan show “incredible”
image quality, greater patient comfort, and vastly improved workflow.
The University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA) is the first installation
of the revolutionary new Ingenia 3.0T MR system: a large FOV wide bore
system, featuring dStream architecture for superb digital signal, and vastly
simplified coil and patient handling Read more Here

Powered by breakthrough dStream architecture, the Ingenia is the first MR system that brings MR signal digitization where it has never been before – in the RF coil, as close to the patient as possible. dStream unleashes the power of digitization by delivering a high-purity MR signal for increased SNR, combined with enhanced workflow and ease of use for greater efficiency in your daily operations. more

Featuring DirectDigital, FlexStream and EasyExpand, dStream is an exciting new MR system architecture that delivers crystal clear images, remarkable speed, and technology that makes RF upgrades a thing of the past.

Philips-exclusive DirectDigital RF samples the MR signal directly in the coil on the patient, and sends it to the reconstructor via fiber-optic cable. The result is up to 40% higher SNR, and a dynamic range that exceeds 185dB.

Designed to streamline workflow and reduce exam time, FlexStream enables imaging with fewer coils and reduce patient set up time, bringing about a throughput increase as much as 30%.

With EasyExpand you never have to upgrade your RF receive channels to keep up with advances in coil technology. It enables plug-and-play expansion of clinical capabilities without major system upgrades and channel conflicts.

Combining patient comfort with extended coverage and high image quality, Xtend provides the largest homogeneous field-of-view in a commercial 70cm wide bore system and an excellent combination of magnet homogeneity and gradient performance.

SmartAssist is the next generation of Philips powerful combination of SmartExam and ExamCards. It can halve the number of repetitive tasks for greater efficiency, consistency and reproducibility.

MultiTransmit 4D

MultiTransmit 4D brings the benefits of MultiTransmit technology to cardiac imaging. It adapts RF signals to each patient, addressing dielectric shading to provide superb image uniformity, contrast & consistency, as well as faster imaging.

dStream – the new ground-breaking concept in RF technology

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