- Omezení transportu pacientů
- Optimalizace vytížení personálu
- Získání konzistentního a spolehlivého zobrazení přímo v místě péče
Features & Benefits
Why bring the patient to the scanner ...
Providing CT scans of the head for critically ill patients, e.g. from Intensive Care Units (ICU) is crucial but often challenging.
- Patient transports from the ICU to the radiology department are associated with complex logistical hurdles that can require up to five staff members.1
- Inhouse patient transports bear an increased risk of complications for patients: >71% of ICU patients experience adverse events during transport specifically to the CT suite.2
- Scanning of ICU patients at the radiology department impacts CT availability for other patients by blocking off more than double the time of conventional exams.3
... when you could bring the scanner to the patient
Experience mobile head CT scanning with SOMATOM image quality right at the patient’s bedside:
- Reducing transport to the radiology department can prevent related complications and allow your staff to concentrate on what matters most: providing care for the patients in the ICU department.
- Acquiring images directly at the patient's bedside may speed up diagnostics and following decisions and steps.
- Offering mobile CT imaging directly in the ICU allows the radiology department to create additional scanning capacity in the Radiology department for acute head scans in case of non-availability of the stationary CT scanner. Scanning patients directly in the ICU ward will empower your streamlined imaging workflows.
Transform care delivery with SOMATOM On.site
- SOMATOM On.site permits CT imaging of the head directly on the ICU ward, which reduces complications associated with patient transportation from intensive care wards to the radiology department.
- Performing CT scans at the patient's bedside helps staff to reach fast treatment decisions.
- ICU staff can focus more on their core tasks and care for their patients when they do not need to accompany the transports.
- Reduction of physical burden and fatigue on staff as the transfer of the patient to a dedicated scan table is not required anymore.
- Touch UI in combination with myExam Companion makes scanner operation intuitive and easy - and therefore also possible for cross-trained staff.
- Mobile CT imaging reduces the number of ICU patient scans in the radiology department, potentially resulting in more streamlined utilization of stationary systems and staff, along with less efforts in CT scan room preparation (e.g., cleaning).
SOMATOM On.site brings SOMATOM image quality to the patient's bedside. It is combining proven technologies from existing SOMATOM scanners with newly designed components.
Mobile head CT scanner
2.4 cm Stellar detector
Metal artifact reduction
80, 120 kV