Migliorare la qualità delle immagini, ottimizzazione della dose in ogni sistema Artis.


Customer Experiences

Customer Statements

P. Vierbeck, A. Funk, H. Galluhn, R. Kügler, Endoscopy Technicians
Klinikum Altenburger Land, Altenburg

“Low-dose protocols in endoscopy and ERCP are very significant. We often use protocols at 0.81 μGy/image in 22 cm format (corresponding to 0.41 μGy/image in 48 cm format) and always pulsed fluoroscopy (CAREvision).”
“Adjustment of radiographic image possible without radiation exposure, ‘Super!’ (CAREprofile and CAREposition)”

Dr. Michael Repp, MBA

Klinikum Altenburger Land, Altenburg


“Using CLEAR technology, the system allows for working with the lowest possible amounts of contrast agent with simultaneously high detail recognition of the gastrointestinal tract, especially the pancreaticobiliary ductal system. At the same time the optimized gray scale resolution ensures safe positioning of implants in stenoses of the gastrointestinal tract through certain detection of the stent and its markers.”

Dr. Beate Faust-Herzog

Heinrich-Braun-Krankenhaus GmbH, Kirchberg


“An important aspect in gastroenterology is a non-overexposed fluoroscopy image reproduced 1:1 in the digital image.”

Prof. Ansgar Berlis

Klinikum Augsburg


"Manufacturers must look after the safety of both patients and medical staff. This type of safety system can determine whether or not a device is selected, which means that manufacturers must treat them as a quality criterion rather than offering them for an additional charge. Who would drive an automobile today without a seatbelt and an airbag?"

"We should be concerned about everyone’s well-being. And if we can generate better images using less radiation, then it makes sense for us to do so."

Prof. Thomas Albrecht

Vivantes Hospital Berlin


"I consider minimizing radiological exposure for the intervention personnel to be a matter of key concern. In this connection, progress in the area of device technology must be supplemented by observance of radiological protection measures by the staff."

Dr. Olaf Göing

Sana Klinikum, Berlin

"These days, when we have a better understanding of the connections between radiology dose and potential illness than we did previously, I think that features that enable us to reduce the dose of radiation should be provided as a matter of course. There should not even be the possibility of choosing differently just to cut costs."

"Protecting employees as part of our ‘constant activity’ in the cardiac catheterization laboratory cannot be rated highly enough."

"If I were buying a catheterization unit I would classify radiological dose-reduction features as a fixture, if the case arose. All other options depend on financial and medical necessity and can still be negotiated, unlike radiological protection."

Charles Mazzarese

Stony Brook Medical Center, New York

„syngo DynaCT and the integrated CARE feature make the task of keeping the dose low virtually effortless“

Prof. Johannes Brachmann

Coburg Clinic, Coburg


“New image algorithms from recent updates deliver the best images we have ever seen.”

“Today images show a very homogenous contrast distribution, sharp vessel edges, and minimal background noise. Siemens has done a great job with image processing enhancements.”

Prof. Saruhan Cekirge

Hacettepe University School of Medicine, Ankara

“By adjusting the fluoroscopy quality and changing the pulse rate, we can reduce the radiation dose by up to 72 percent. This is the same for syngo DynaCT applications.” “… Artis zee applications like CAREvision, CAREprofile, CAREfilter, CAREposition,and low-dose syngo DynaCT have greatly improved dose reduction and made it adjustable according to the neurointerventional procedure’s need.“

Customer Video statements

Achim Büttner, M.D.

Heart Center, Bad Krotzingen

Aquilla S. Turk, M.D.

Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC), Charleston, SC

Olaf Göing, M.D.

Sana Klinikum, Berlin

Elisa Cierci, M.D.

Neurological Institute Besta, Milano

Alan H. Matsumoto, M.D.

Department of Radiology, University of Virginia

Adam Arthur, M.D.

Methodist University Hospital, Memphis, TN

Henry Woo, M.D.

Stony Brook Medical Center, New York

David Lord, M.D.

Westmead Children’s Hospital, Sydney

In Sup Choi, M.D.

Lahey Clinic Medical Center, Burlington, MA

Prof. Thomas Albrecht, M.D.

Vivantes Hospital Berlin