Contract notice: Computer tomography ct.
The subject of the public contract is the supply and installation of full-body CT scanner with the acquisition of a minimum of 64 feet parallel acquisition per rotation 360 ST. for all modern diagnostic applications. The unit will be supplied with all the software and hardware facilities for client acquisition and diagnostic images in the following areas - Circulatory system (angiography) : - Nervous System, : - Digestive and excretory system, : - Musculoskeletal system : - Respiratory system. The device will be equipped with one standard acquisition station (operator station CT), the second station will be dealt with as a portal server working on the principle of thin client and will allow parallel postprocessing CT data for an unlimited number of users with all the parameters that are listed in point acquisition station and portal server, see Volume 4 - Technical specifications required equipment. For a significant reduction in radiation dose unit must be equipped with the most advanced iterative reconstruction algorithm based on mathematical models in the area of ??raw data (eg, sapphire, iDOSE4, VEO, AIDR 3D). This iterative reconstruction must be used for all types of examinations and must not in any way restrict the speed of its routine use. The delivery devices are also additional facilities listed in the specifications, paragraph 3, and service and warranty support in the duration of 48 months.
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