Symbia Pro.specta features a minimum of 32 and a maximum of 64 CT slices, and it comes standard with tin filter and CT iterative reconstruction (SAFIRE) for ultra-low patient and room dose. Metal artifact reduction (iMAR) is available as an option on all Symbia Pro.specta SPECT/CT systems for improved image quality. Its advanced quantification capabilities help the user determine the patient’s response to therapy. Capable of imaging at any energy level, the scanner is primed for imaging the high-energy isotopes increasingly used in theranostics, an approach that combines diagnostic and therapeutic agents to treat patients.
“We are very pleased to introduce the Symbia Pro.specta SPECT/CT scanner in Canada. This new scanner will provide customers with the ideal vehicle for transitioning from their SPECT-only and first-generation SPECT/CT cameras to a state-of-the-art SPECT/CT scanner that can perform a full spectrum of nuclear medicine examinations,” said Scott MacDonald, CT Business Line Manager, Siemens Healthineers, Canada. “Symbia Pro.specta will help healthcare institutions overcome barriers to care by ensuring accessibility through its ease of use and ability to fit into existing SPECT rooms.”
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