Optima* CT Family brings together diagnostic power and workflow efficiency, enabling fast, high-quality acquisitions at optimized dose. At GE Healthcare, we believe great care happens by design. So, we listened to our customers, who inspired enhancements for the Optima™ CT scanner.

These include: 

• Superb image quality with advanced dose optimizing features.
• Streamlined workflow to help you better manage your daily routine.
A host of technological innovations, such as Smart Dose, Smart Flow.

Smart MAR : Goodbye metal artefacts

Robust, single-acquisition metal artefact reduction technology. Designed to help reduce photon starvation, beam hardening and streak artefacts caused by metal in the body, like hip implants, clips, screws, dental fillings. One acquisition ― no additional interaction required Faster diagnosis and better productivity.

Key Facts

  • Up to 40% dose reduction with no compromise in image quality thanks to ASiR technology*.                                      
  • Hands-free workflow with Xtream display and one-stop scan mode.                                                                                                                                                            
  • Proactive 24/7 monitoring anticipating failures and remote maintenance powered by OnWatch & InsiteTM Remote technology.
  • Optimize clinical efficiency: access online video training, educational contents, e-learnings built by experts for experts.                                                    
This built-in Smart service experience has been designed exclusively for Optima CT and is included in equipment purchase price*.

Supporting Materials

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  1. Contrast Data Mgmt. module collects contrast data automatically for class 4 integrated injectors for GE CT scanners only and is available for manual entry for other modalities connected to DoseWatch with the Contrast Data Management Module. Dose tracking for Nuclear Medicine is available for PET, PET/CT for single injection procedures only.
  2. In clinical practice, the use of ASiR 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. ASiR is licensed for use with a GE x-ray tube. Use of a third-party x-ray tube will require an additional license for these features.
  3. Determining the Benefits of Proactive Digital Service for Computed Tomography Scanners Whitepaper. Benefits of Proactive Digital Service for CT Scanners Whitepaper.
  4. Benefits of Proactive Digital Service for CT Scanners Whitepaper.