GET EXCITED FOR THE QUIETEST MRI AVAILABLE
Canon MR systems are unique in the industry in considering all aspects of patient care. The wide field of view and extensive range of standard and specialty coils ensure accurate diagnosis. The systems’ ultra-short open bores, feet-first imaging and the quietest operation thanks to our patented Pianissimo technology support patient comfort. And a variety of non-contrast angiography techniques simplify examination and enhance patient safety.
Quiet MRI for all scans
Canon’s patented Pianissimo™ technology significantly reduces the noise in and around the MRI environment, making exams more comfortable and easier to complete.
Minimizing patient risk
To minimize the potential risks associated with gadoliniumbased contrast agents Canon provides clinicians with unique, non-contrast MRA sequences that minimize risk to patients while producing exceptional images.
NEW STANDARDS IN COMFORT, IMAGING AND PRODUCTIVITY
With the Vantage Titan 3T, Canon offers a state of the art MRI systems, that incorporate a wide bore without compromising image quality. The scanner is quiet because of the Pianissimo in vacuum enclosed gradients. The intuitive M-Power graphical user interface, enables fast simple and effective operation of the scanner.
COMPREHENSIVE AND PATIENT FRIENDLY
Modern MRI scanners have a wide bore to accommodate obese patients and reduce claustrophobia. In order to enable a wide bore construction, it is common practice to completely redesign the magnet. However in most cases the most important specification: the magnet homogeneity, is compromised. For the Vantage Titan, Canon kept the magnet of the Vantage version that has a 60 cm bore, but redesigned the gradient coil, keeping the original magnet specifications. The result is a wide bore system without any compromise to image quality.
ACHIEVING HIGH IMAGE QUALITY
High image quality is the most essential factor for MRI systems. Canon has developed a range of innovative technologies for Vantage Elan, especially with respect to magnetic field control, which is the key to high image quality.