The Planmed Clarity™ digital mammography and breast tomosynthesis system has been designed to provide the best possible experience in all situations. The system provides fast and calming exams for patients, effortless and ergonomic usability for mammographers, and high-quality 2D and 3D imaging for reliable breast cancer detection.
Planmed Verity is a point-of-care extremity CT providing high quality 3D images with a low patient dose. The design of the unit is driven by design philosophy of Planmed to maximized ergonomics and experience for patient and user.
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Planmed contributes to organizing the 2022 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship, held in Finland on May 13–29, 2022, by providing the Planmed Verity® extremity scanner for the on-site emergency rooms both at Helsinki Ice Hall and Nokia Arena in Tampere.
When looking for a reliable and easy-to-use digital breast tomosynthesis system with outstanding image quality, Planmed Clarity™ 3D is the perfect solution. It was also the choice of Dr. Maria Săvulea, a specialist in medical imaging working at the Obstetrics-Gynecology Hospital in Buftea, Romania. She has been using the Planmed Clarity 3D system for over a year now and says there’s no going back.
For decades, orthopedics and trauma surgery have relied on established diagnostic methods such as conventional radiography, sonography, multi slice CT (MSCT) and MRI to address the issues practices face every day. However, these diagnostic methods each have their own limitations when it comes to diagnosing osseous changes. Planmed Verity®, a medical CBCT imaging unit, was developed against this background and optimized for orthopedics and trauma surgery by taking their specific requirements and the highest resulting radiation hygiene into account.
When you are in your thirties and living a healthy and active life with small children, cancer diagnosis is not something you expect to receive. Kati Ketola is a breast cancer survivor who wants to share her story to raise awareness of breast cancer, its long-term effects, and the importance of seeking medical advice if you have any symptoms that concern you.