Revoloution EVO

COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY: Revolution EVO

More than just high tech. Higher purpose.

Revolution™ EVO is designed with the purpose of operating in the reality of now, while anticipating the challenges of tomorrow. It's designed to support the widest variety of patients and applications, from complex trauma or cardiac cases, to large patient backlogs in busy emergency departments that strain workflows and resources. The design of Revolution EVO is made for institutions that are unable to sacrifice advanced capabilities such as high resolution for daily productivity. It is well suited for those who need to provide the lowest dose possible. And it provides options to expand your referral physician base and the services you provide to your community. Revolution EVO is designed for you.

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Fast Facts

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    Revolution EVO provides state of the art high resolution imaging with 0.28 mm spatial resolution.
  • The new Clarity Imaging System provides up to 100% better spatial resolution over previous GE CT scanners.4
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    Revolution EVO is equipped with our innovative ASiR-V™1 iterative reconstruction option designed to reduce noise levels, improve low-contrast detectability and reduce dose by up to 82%2 in routine imaging for all exams and all patients.
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    Revolution EVO features the latest in Smart Flow technologies designed to help you improve productivity by streamlining user workflow and access to information.
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    With more intelligence and automation from patient preparation through post processing, you can perform more studies in less time and manage your patient flow up to 40% more efficiently3.

Supporting Materials

  • Revolution EVO - Brochure

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  • Revolution EVO Case Study – Pancreatitis Follow-up

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  • Smart Metal Artifact Reduction (MAR)

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1. ASiR-V is an option on some configurations.
2. In clinical practice, the use of ASiR–V 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.
3. Actual results may vary depending on the circumstances, including but not limited to, exam type, clinical practice, and image reconstruction technique. This information was based on a simulation using Optima™ CT660 device and is presented for illustrative purposes only.
4. Low contrast detectability (LCD), image noise, spatial resolution and artifacts were assessed using reference factory protocols comparing ASiR-V and FBP. The LCD measured in 0.625 mm slices and tested for both head and body modes using the MITA CT IQ Phantom (CCT183, The Phantom Laboratory), using model observer method.