Cardiovascular MRI offers you valuable information for a number of sophisticated clinical questions, as well as excellent soft tissue differentiation, high spatial and temporal resolution, and 3D and 4D data acquisition. Today, MRI is widely regarded as one of the most comprehensive diagnostic tools in cardiology, but also as a highly complex examination. Siemens helps you bring cardiac MRI into your clinical routine.
A dedicated MRI scanner designed to meet the demands of cardiovascular examinations
MAGNETOM Sola Cardiovascular Edition
Outcome relevant decisions – redefining patient pathways
MAGNETOM Sola1 Cardiovascular Edition automatically adjusts to patient biovariability to overcome unwarranted variations in cardiac MRI examinations.
Connect with new capabilities. Gain speed, reliability and ease of use with BioMatrix Technology.
Expand toward precision medicine by improving diagnostic accuracy and facilitating individual treatment strategies.
- Free breathing exams with Compressed Sensing Cardiac Cine
- Tissue characterization with MyoMaps and HeartFreeze
- Consistent results, fast with BioMatrix Sensors and Cardiac Dot Engine
Compressed Sensing Cardiac Cine
The first clinical application based on Compressed Sensing helps you to:
- Acquire free-breathing, high-resolution Cardiac Cine images
- Capture the whole cardiac cycle for precise quantification
- Expand patient population eligible for cardiac MRI
Comprehensive solutions for the entire service line
Our MRI application portfolio enables you to overcome daily obstacles in cardiovascular imaging. Get to know our highlights and find out how trendsetting applications help you expand your services and bring CMR to the clinical routine.
generates comprehensive pixel-based T1, T2 and T2* colored parametric maps for myocardial tissue quantification.
MyoMaps is a new method of quantitative tissue characterization, based on HeartFreeze Inline Motion Correction (Siemens unique), it helps in the detection of normally missed global, diffuse, myocardial pathologies (T1 Map); in better depicting cardiac edema (T2 Map); and in improving early detection of iron overload (T2* Map).
Contraindication of contrast media makes it challenging to diagnose a large number of these patients.
Overcome these current limitations and enhance your clinical capabilities with QISS, a completely new non-contrast MR Angiography technique.
QISS aids in improving patient safety and compliance for higher accuracy2 and better disease management, while maintaining the diagnostic certainty you need in peripheral MRA exams.
Cardiac Dot Engine
enables a comprehensive heart examination in less than 30 minutes.
Benefit from a fully automatic planning of all cardiac views with AutoAlign Heart. Switch on Motion Correction with just one mouse click and receive valuable diagnostic information already on the fly with Inline Ventricular Function and Inline Time Course Evaluation (Perfusion).
Angio Dot Engine
enables acquiring optimally timed contrast images with interactive bolus timing.
Achieve consistent contrast agent timing with every Angio examination. Deliver clear answers to your referring physicians, read and report MR Angio cases performed consistently with optimized kinetic timing.
See other applications that answer further challenges in cardiovascular MR imaging.
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From case studies, protocols, application tips, to clinical talks – that’s the right place to find valuable cardiovascular MRI information for your daily work.
Further clinical information on MRI
MAGNETOM Family. The definitive portfolio for MRI.
Our MRI product and application portfolio include state of the art scanners, coils, sequences, as well as unique processing and workflow solutions. Helping you bring Cardiac MRI into your clinical routine.
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Header images: Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, USA / Helios Klinikum Berlin-Buch, Berlin, Germany.
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