GENESIS Edition has been designed with a unique flared gantry, providing a calming, wide-open space for a better patient experience. The short bore is safer, with improved access to the patient from the front and rear of the gantry. During trauma and interventional procedures, patients can easily be cared for from the front and rear of the gantry.
A couch designed for patient and technologist safety
Tech Assist Lateral Slide* ensures safety and comfort by providing a tool to mechanically move the patient to the correct position with the push of a button.
Tech Assist Lateral Slide reduces the risk of injury to the patient and the technologist.
No need to accept a premium CT system without gantry tilt
Gantry tilt is a fundamental feature of CT systems, permitting angled scanning at your desired reading plane and avoiding direct exposure to radiosensitive organs.
Precision engineering equips GENESIS Edition with bidirectional gantry tilt. Highly advanced reconstruction technology overcomes the mathematical complexity of angled scanning for helical and volumetric acquisition, with no compromise in image quality.
Introducing the ease of X-ray in CT
Thanks to GENESIS Edition, CT scans can now be performed with the simplicity of conventional X-ray. Laser collimation allows the field of view and scan range to be set directly on the gantry. Patients are positioned more comfortably. Examinations are performed faster and with reduced radiation dose.
Making your workflow
GENESIS Edition helps to make complex exams easier, reducing dose and improving diagnostic accuracy and reproducibility. All steps from exam planning to reconstruction and postprocessing can be combined in the same protocol. So simply selecting from the wide range of pre- or user-defined protocols is all that’s needed to achieve rapid and robust results.
Economize on space, not on performance
GENESIS Edition is smaller, lighter, and requires less power than any other premium CT system. Designed for an installation space of just 19 m2, GENESIS Edition can be installed in most existing CT rooms, avoiding costly renovations.
The compact design also provides more in-room space for trauma or interventional procedures.