Compressed Sensing Cardiac Cine
MRI provides great diagnostic imaging value. However, in some cases it’s still too slow for imaging arrhythmic and dyspneic patients.
As the first clinical application based on our disruptive speed technology, Compressed Sensing Cardiac Cine changes the game. Rather than taking nearly six minutes, a Cardiac Cine scan can now be done within 25 seconds1 – in free-breathing.
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
Customer experience with Compressed Sensing Cardiac Cine:
At RSNA 2016 we’ve introduced Compressed Sensing Cardiac Cine, which is designed to acquire free-breathing, high-resolution Cardiac Cine images and therefore, expanding patient population eligible for cardiac MRI. Dr. François Ascagne Pontana from the CHU de Lille, Lille, France is one of first users – listen to his experiences.
1Sudarski et. al., Radiology. 2016 Jul 11:151002.