Brilliance CT Refurbished CT Scanner

Brilliance CT 64 Channel - DS

Refurbished CT Scanner

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Philips Brilliance CT 64-slice is one of the most advanced CT systems. It can expand clinical boundaries in cardiac, pulmonary, trauma, and pediatric imaging.

Philips MRC X-ray tube

MRC X-ray tube reduces waiting between sequences

With its segmented anode and spiral groove bearing design, the MRC X-ray tube was designed to meet the increased tube performance demands of MDCT and patient throughput, while maintaining tube dependability and inherent capacity for all examinations.
Advanced clinical capabilities || Efficient workflow

Advanced clinical capabilities make your work easier

This system offers a range of new and targeted advances, including low-dose cardiac imaging, 3D volume software, and expanded portal capabilities.
Refurbishment process

Refurbishment process provides like-new condition

Each Diamond Select system is factory refurbished and can be customer configured with the latest compatible software upgrades. To maintain the high standards set by Philips and meet your stringent performance requirements, all Diamond Select systems undergo a thorough five-step refurbishment process.
Brilliance Workspace options

Brilliance Workspace options to increase efficiency

The Brilliance Extended Workspace delivers advanced clinical applications to a dedicated PC, allowing staff to improve workflow by working independently of the scanner. The Brilliance Workspace Portal option makes it possible for users to work efficiently with extremely large data sets from a typical laptop or home computer, wherever they are.
Award winning program

Award winning program means winning performance

Philips Refurbishment program is winner of a Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Award for Product Quality Leadership (2010). This underscores the quality and care that goes into each of our Diamond Select systems.
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  • ** Improved image quality as defined by improvements in spatial resolution and/or noise reduction as measured in phantom studies.