SHANGHAI, May 19, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- United Imaging, a global leader in advanced medical imaging and radiotherapy equipment, announced its uAIFI Technology Platform for MR and uExcel Technology Platform for PET/CT at the China International Medical Equipment Fair (CMEF).
Al Zhang, Chairman and CEO of United Imaging Healthcare Co., Ltd., said, "We are always in pursuit of innovation and new frontiers. Rather than innovating simply within each individual modality, we take the strategy of innovating across modalities to address increasingly demanding requirements for imaging and the patient experience."
The uAIFI technology platform includes a series of innovations: EasySense, the industry's first dual-source phased array millimeter-wave contactless vital signals remote sensing technology; ACS intelligent constellation shuttling imaging, the world's first MR acceleration technology capable of doing acquisitions in seconds; DeepRecon intelligent high-fidelity image reconstruction; as well as ultra-flexible coil with higher RF element density. The uAIFI Technology platform provides the new MR systems with significant performance enhancements, more powerful imaging capabilities, better workflow, and improved user experience.
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At CMEF, United Imaging debuted a series of brand new MR systems with uAIFI inside, including: the world's first whole-body 5.0T MR system, uMR Jupiter; an ultra-high-field preclinical MR system, uMR9.4T; an ultra-high-performance 3.0T MR system, uMR 890; a high-performance wide bore 1.5T MR system, uMR 680.
uMR Jupiter, the world's first whole-body 5.0T MR, breaks the clinical imaging limits of ultra-high-field MR. The ultra-high-field whole-body research and clinical imaging results achieved on the system are the firsts of their kind thanks to Jupiter's independent 8-channel volume RF transmission coil and demonstrate the system's ability to meet the challenging imaging requirements for both ultra-high-field scientific research and clinical practice. Moreover, it is installation space-friendly, and can easily fit into a traditional 3.0T MR room.
uMR 9.4T is an ultra-high-field preclinical MR called "in-vivo microscope", developed by United Imaging in cooperation with the Wuhan Institute of Physics and Mathematics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. It features a number of breakthrough performance parameters: maximum gradient strength of 1000 mT/m; maximum gradient climb slew rate of 10000 T/m/s; maximum 4 times SNR gain cryo-probe technology. uMR 9.4T detects information about tissue structure and function with ultra-high field strength. The resulting high definition images can greatly facilitate the pathological and pharmacological research on animal models and provide a powerful scientific research platform for translational medicine.