See a whole new world of precision.
See more with Biograph™ Vision1. Improving accuracy, performance, and reproducibility.
Although, as a modality, PET/CT has helped to vastly improve the practice of healthcare, we at Siemens Healthineers are determined to do more than just continue the incremental momentum. We are inspired to make breakthrough improvements that will revolutionize PET/CT by going beyond digital to address our customers’ needs –focusing on clinical insights while driving sustainable outcomes.
Accuracy to reveal the bigger picture
Biograph Vision introduces the first detector with 3.2 mm LSO crystals2, helping you to visualize smaller lesions. 100% coverage3 of the silicon photomultiplier (SiPM) sensors leads to the fastest time-of-flight2,3 to improve contrast and signal-to-noise ratio.
Performance to maximize efficiency
With the market’s fastest time-of-flight at 249 ps2,3 and the highest effective sensitivity at 84 cps/ kBq2,3. Biograph Vision helps reduce scan time and injected dose by a factor of 3.44 to improve throughput and reduce patient exposure to radiation and tracer cost.
Reproducibility to understand disease progression better
Biograph Vision provides consistent quantitative accuracy by automatically self-calibrating without the need for an external radioactive source. The blend of improved resolution and effective sensitivity4 enables you to evaluate the effectiveness of the treatment earlier. Its fully automated solution for mulitparametric PET imaging provides additional information to enable absolute quantification, compared to SUV alone.
1Biograph Vision and its features and applications are currently under development and do not yet fulfill all the essential requirements according to the European Medical Device Directive (93/42/EEC) and its national implementations. It is not yet commercially available in the European Union and not available for sale in the U.S. or any other country. Future availability cannot be guaranteed.
2Based on competitive literature available at time of publication. Data on file.
3Based on internal measurements available at time of publication. Data on file.
4Compared to current state-of-the-art technologies. Data on file.