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Siemens Healthineers gets Health Canada licensing for its Symbia Pro.specta SPECT/CT scanner

Press releases may be edited for formatting or style | January 24, 2023 Molecular Imaging
Siemens Healthineers has received Health Canada licensing for its Symbia Pro.specta, a single photon emission computed tomography/computed tomography (SPECT/CT) system that has advanced SPECT and CT imaging technologies.

Capabilities include a low-dose CT of up to 64 slices for impressive detail, automatic SPECT motion correction for additional image clarity, and an intuitive and automated workflow to guide the user through the entire decision-making process of the examination. Symbia Pro.specta is an all-purpose system that can be customized to accommodate a wide range of clinical exams, patient types, and department settings. All in all, the new clinically relevant features, workflow enhancements and automations allow for a positive user and patient experience.

Historically, SPECT/CT has not been accessible to all healthcare providers. Instead, many institutions continue to use SPECT-only gamma cameras, which cannot always accommodate the clinical needs of a modern molecular-imaging or radiology department. With its optimized, low-dose imaging, intuitive workflow, and ability to fit into most existing SPECT rooms, Symbia Pro.specta removes barriers to SPECT/CT adoption and helps providers to transition from SPECT-only and early-generation SPECT/CT systems.
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At the heart of Symbia Pro.specta is myExam Companion, which includes an intuitive user interface that eliminates the traditional manual and user-dependent SPECT/CT imaging workflow. myExam Companion provides automated tools to guide the user through every step of the exam’s decision-making process—from system and patient preparation to image acquisition and reconstruction to evaluation and postprocessing. This enables departments to achieve consistent results quickly and more easily, regardless of the patient, procedure, or user experience level. Another major innovation that comes as standard is data-driven patient motion correction, which automatically corrects for patient movement in a SPECT exam with the click of a button, improving image quality without adding complexity. Additionally, data-driven respiratory motion correction for cardiac examinations is available as an option.

Designed for all SPECT/CT imaging applications, Symbia Pro.specta can be tailored as needed with specialized clinical tools for optimized imaging in cardiology, neurology, oncology, orthopedics, and more. Flexible detectors along with an accessible design facilitate imaging for a wide range of patient types—including pediatric, obese, and physically challenged patients—without compromising exam quality, patient comfort, or staff efficiency. The scanner also can be used for either stand-alone diagnostic CT or SPECT imaging, providing the user with the same intuitive interface for simpler operation.

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