Deep ResolveMRI – Faster than ever before
Deep Resolve is an AI-powered image reconstruction technology that takes advantage of convolutional neural networks to accelerate MR scans, e.g. 70% for brain imaging, making them faster than ever before. Faster scans boost workflow efficiency while improving the patient experience. Deep Resolve’s raw data-to-image reconstruction and very fast acquisition are game changers in MRI, helping generate actionable insights for patient's diagnosis.
Register for our webcast “Redefine MRI with Deep Resolve”
Sacrificing high image quality for acquisition speed is a thing of the past, as our deep learning reconstruction technology redefines MRI.
In our webcast “Redefining MRI with Deep Resolve" on May 24 at 11:00 AM (CEST) and
alternatively at 07:00 PM (CEST),
Cynthia Grogan from Wake Forest Baptist Health, USA, and Bac Nguyen from Oslo University Hospital, Norway, will share their experience of how Deep Resolve redefines MRI in their clinical practice by significantly accelerating MR scans while improving image quality and patient comfort.
Deep Resolve Gain
Deep Resolve Gain is a targeted denoising method to increase the SNR of MR images. It uses the acquired MRI data to generate a noise map which reflects spatial noise variations. This noise map is used as input for an iterative process, reducing noise in a targeted manner, thus addressing local variations in image noise, e.g. due to coil array geometry.
Deep Resolve Boost
Deep Resolve Boost is our raw data-to-image deep learning reconstruction technology. It enables accelerated image acquisition with high signal-to-noise (SNR) scans. Deep Resolve Boost is applicable from head-to-toe and can be combined with our Simultaneous Multi-Slice (SMS) technique for even higher acceleration. A total knee exam can be completed in under two minutes scan time without compromising image resolution.
Deep Resolve Sharp
The neural network at the heart of Deep Resolve Sharp improves image sharpness and resolution. Deep Resolve Sharp has been trained on a large amount of pairs of low-res and high-res MR data, enabling it to reconstruct a sharp image from low resolution data. While doing this, the consistency with the acquired raw data is ensured until the final image reconstruction for robust results.
Deep Resolve Swift Brain
Deep Resolve Swift Brain is a Neuro acquisition solution that employs a multi-shot echo planar imaging (EPI) approach to enable a total Neuro exam in two minutes scan time without compromising image quality. A novel static field correction method reduces geometric distortions inherent in EPI imaging. The deep learning reconstruction enables consistent high-resolution images with fast acquisition, achieving all relevant contrasts in just one go.
Deep Resolve infographic
Do you want to learn more about the four technologies of Deep Resolve? Download the infographic here to get an overview of Deep Resolve in further depth.
Deep Resolve game ReconPro
Insights out of clinical practice
Deep Resolve allows you to accelerate MRI knee scans, making them faster than ever before. See for yourself how Deep Resolve boosts workflow efficiency while improving the patient care.
Deep Resolve allows you to accelerate MRI neuro scans, making them faster than ever before. See for yourself how Deep Resolve boosts workflow efficiency while improving the patient care.
Find out how Deep Resolve impacts the MRI workflow and patient care at Mendrisio Regional Hospital in Switzerland. Prof. Philippo Del Grande, MD and Sara Chiga share their experiences with the AI technology in further depths.
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Deep Resolve Boost and Deep Resolve Swift Brain are not available for MAGNETOM Free.Max and MAGNETOM Free.Star.
Deep Resolve Swift Brain is not available for MAGNETOM Sola, MAGNETOM Sola Fit, MAGNETOM Altea, MAGNETOM Amira, MAGNETOM Amira with BioMatrix, MAGNETOM Sempra.
MR scanning has not been established as safe for imaging fetuses and infants less than two years of age. The responsible physician must evaluate the benefits of the MR examination compared to those of other imaging procedures.