Value-based reimbursement makes reviewing how patient care is delivered essential. Put patients into the focus of care delivery with SOMATOM go.All. We upgraded our successful CT scanner with a unique Mobile Workflow and smart tools that help you stay with your patients longer and provide closer care. With AI-powered CT scan automation and innovations from our high-end CT scanners inside, SOMATOM go.All lets you easily enter into advanced CT procedures like cardiac imaging or neuro perfusion. Of course, the CT scanner comes with the image quality and dose reduction technologies you expect from us.
Features & Benefits
During the CT scan procedure: less time in the control room, more with the patient
In a standard CT imaging work environment, techs spend most of their time in the control room. With the unique Mobile Workflow of SOMATOM go.All, you can stay close to your patients and put them at ease. See for yourself!
Mobile Workflow – figures tell the story
The Mobile Workflow had a positive impact on the CT scan procedure at the University Hospital Erlangen in Germany as well as on the satisfaction of their patients.
- 20% faster patient preparation1)
- 62% increase in positive patient experience1)
- 90% more time spent in the same room with the patient, plus higher freedom of movement for radiologists1)
- 39% increase in patients who feel more satisfied from the medical service they receive1)
Transform care delivery with your new patient pathways
In CT diagnostics, it’s key to acquire high-quality images – independent of the clinical indication or user. With the clear patient pathways from SOMATOM go.All, you easily get excellent, consistent imaging results even for advanced tasks. Intuitive to use, the standardized automated workflows help increase efficiency and reduce unwarranted variations.
myExam Companion guides you through your stroke examination
Improve patient experience with trendsetting workflows
Patient expectations are increasing and patients are becoming more vocal about their healthcare experience. With the Mobile Workflow of SOMATOM go.All, your patients feel personally attended to and experience their treatment more positively.
myExam Companion: Intelligence that works with you
myExam Companion launches the era of intelligent imaging. Using the new possibilities of digitalization, it turns data into built-in expertise. This helps users efficiently achieve reproducible results – by unlocking your modality’s full potential automatically.
myExam Companion guides users through any CT scan procedure, so they can interact easily and naturally with both patient and technology. No matter the user, patient or throughput, it helps generate consistently excellent results – and improve diagnostic confidence.
See yourself how myExam Companion helps you to navigate through a CT scan
Mobile Workflow: A new working experience
With the Mobile Workflow of SOMATOM go.All, your patients feel personally attended to and experience their treatment more positively. From the tablet to the remote control, gantry-mounted injector arm, camera, and the gentle voice and sound design: The CT scanner offers smart solutions that help you focus on each patient – and make your working experience enjoyable.
See it with your own eyes
Whether routine imaging in neurology, oncology, and angiography or more complex exams: Equipped with premium technologies, SOMATOM go.All delivers excellent image quality ‒ always on.
- 1 mm MPR and Cinematic VRT
- Tube voltage: 90 kV
- CTDIvol: 3.05 mGy
Courtesy of Centro Hospitalar e Universitário de Coimbra, Portugal
- Automated curved MPRs and Cinematic VRT
- Tube voltage: 70 kV
- CTDIvol: 6.74 mGy
Courtesy of Zhongshan Hospital Fudan University, China
- Automated 1 mm MPRs
- Tube voltage: 70 kV
- CTDIvol: 5.15 mGy
Courtesy of CHI Villeneuve, Villeneuve-Saint-Georges, France
Are you interested in more clinical cases? We created a booklet that contains a collection of different cases and clinical images – all acquired with SOMATOM go.All.
1Wetzl et al., Mobile Workflow in Computed Tomography of the Chest, Journal of Medical Systems:43, November 2018.
2In clinical practice, the use of SAFIRE may reduce CT patient dose depending on the clinical task, patient size, anatomical location, and clinical practice. A consultation with a radiologist and a physicist should be made to determine the appropriate dose to obtain diagnostic image quality for the particular clinical task.