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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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.
The Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) kicks off in Chicago on November 28th, 2021. After the online event held in 2020, this year’s RSNA offers the possibility to join us face to face in Chicago or attend the meeting virtually. Planmed is thrilled to be showcasing live at the venue.
A 3D weight-bearing image gives a realistic view of the anatomy under natural load and can reveal problems that are not discernible in the resting position. According to Dr. Jouko Kivioja, weight-bearing CBCT has revolutionized the foot and ankle surgery – it provides information that has not been available in the past and allows for the in-depth analysis of deformities. He says that the Planmed Verity® CBCT scanner has made him a happier surgeon as it enables more accurate diagnoses and therefore better treatment results than ever before.