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On this page we report a wide range of information, ranging from Product Videos to a news feed from one of our key strategic partners - Canon Medical.
NXC Imaging in the News
RSNA 2021: Redefining Radiology!
NXC Imaging is looking forward to attending the Annual Meeting
RSNA 2021 is the place where new ideas and technologies that redefine what it means to work as a radiologist will come to life. Will we see you in Chicago from November 28 - December 2? More information can be found on the RSNA website. >
Canon Medical Receives FDA Clearance on One-Beat Spectral Cardiac CT
Aquilion ONE / PRISM Edition Now Offers AI Powered Spectral Capabilities for Cardiac Exams
TUSTIN, CALIF., April 19, 2021 – Meeting the growing cardiovascular needs of healthcare providers today, Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc. announces that its Deep Learning Spectral CT has received 510(k) clearance for expanded capabilities into cardiovascular applications. Available on the company’s Aquilion ONE / PRISM Edition CT system, healthcare providers can now acquire whole-heart spectral images in one beat thanks to the system’s 16 cm wide area detector, 0.275 second whole-heart acquisition with rapid kVp switching and Deep Learning Spectral Reconstruction.
Designed for deep intelligence, the Aquilion ONE / PRISM Edition integrates artificial intelligence (AI) technology to maximize conventional and spectral CT capabilities while providing deep clinical insights to assist physicians in making more informed decisions across the patient’s care cycle. To make it even easier for clinicians, the fully integrated end-to-end workflow is easy to use and can be incorporated into routine protocols.
“By integrating AI into spectral imaging, Canon Medical is bringing innovative technology to the market that can make an immediate impact for clinicians, empowering them to make definitive diagnoses,” said Erin Angel, managing director, CT Business Unit, Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc. “With Deep Learning Spectral CT, we have leveraged the power of AI to overcome several of the barriers that are otherwise associated with dual energy and spectral imaging.”
About Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc. and NXC Imaging.
Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc., headquartered in Tustin, Calif., markets, sells, distributes and services radiology and cardiovascular systems, including CT, MR, ultrasound, X-ray and interventional X-ray equipment. NXC Imaging is proud to partner with Canon. For more information, visit our Canon Products page >.
"Enlitic Partners with NXC Imaging to Help Integrate Medical AI into Clinical Practice in the U.S."
Leading Medical Imaging Provider to Streamline Distribution of Comprehensive Clinical AI Platform in Several Midwestern States Read the press release here. >
NXC Imaging was featured in Volume 14, Issue 3 of "Inside Healthcare" magazine.
"Image Revolution - NXC Imaging partners with Medicom to revolutionize image sharing in the healthcare industry."
"Entrepreneur of the Year announces Heartland finalists; Minnesota Continues to Dominate"
Key Product Info & Videos
The Aplio a550 by Canon integrates industry-leading imaging technologies, advanced applications and intuitive controls for the busy clinician.
Designed to increase productivity and lower running costs, ensure patient comfort and deliver uncompromised clinical confidence, Vantage Orian by Canon is the perfect answer to your 1.5 Tesla MRI business and clinical requirements.
- Canon Medical Deepens Commitment to ’Made for Life’ with Virtual Exhibition and Educational Experience
- Canon Inc. to make Redlen Technologies a wholly owned subsidiary
- Commencement of Research Collaboration into Japan’s first Photon Counting Computed Tomography with National Cancer Center Japan
- Canon Medical Announces Strategic Changes to Reinforce Global HIT Division
- Canon Medical Partners with Cleerly to Tackle Heart Disease, the Leading Cause of Death
- Critical Access Hospital Improves Scheduling Predictability with Rapid Decontamination Solution from Canon Medical and Surfacide® UV Technology