Siemens Symbia S SPECT CT

Ref : 2622961-14-AW
Condition : Used
Manufacturer : Siemens
Model : Symbia S SPECT CT
Year(s) : -
Quantity : 1
Location : Seller or machines location:
AMERICA North (USA-Canada-Mexico)
Last check : 14 May. 2024

The Siemens Symbia S SPECT CT scanner is
one of the most popular SPECT CT systems on
the secondary market due to its reliability,
performance, availability, and accessibility of
parts for repairs and upgrades.
It is perfect for hospitals and clinics looking for
top performance, flexibility, and value.
This is a premium, multipurpose SPECT system able to
deliver four-minute cardiac imaging.
The Siemens Symbia nuclear detector heads easily rotate
into numerous positions including caudal/cephalic
tilt offering comprehensive imaging positions for
general purpose, cardiology, oncology, and
neurology studies.
This Siemens Symbia S SPECT CT can be upgraded to
any TruePoint SPECT CT model.
You can also upgrade from one model of
Symbia SPECT CT to any of the higher performance
models with more CT slices.
The Siemens Symbia T Series SPECT CT is an advanced
and highly integrated diagnostic SPECT CT solution.
Offered with 2-, 6- or 16-slice diagnostic CT,
Symbia T Series SPECT CT expands the role of
nuclear medicine into routine surgical planning,
orthopedics, advanced cardiology and much more.
With innovative technologies such as IQ
•SPECT, the Symbia T Series SPECT/CT offers
minimum dose and maximum speed while providing
the highest possible image quality.

Major Benefits:
70 cm Bore Width
500 lb Table Weight Limit
Reduced Exam Time
Seamless Clinical Workflow
High Quality Images

Siemens Symbia S SPECT CT Specs:
Bore Width: 70 cm
Max Table Weight: 500 lbs
HD Detector
Ultra-Fast Ceramic (UFC) CT Detector
Ultra Thin Imaging Table
Siemens SureView
CARE Dose4D Low Dose Technology
Integrated and Automated Collimator Changer
Internal ECG
Siemens Syngo Workflow
Automated Quality Control

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