Tulane Installs First Low Dose, High Definition CT Scanner in the Gulf South Less Radiation with Improved Image Quality02.06.13
March 07, 2013
Physicians at the Tulane Heart & Vascular Institute recently performed a novel, minimally invasive procedure to repair an aortic dissection, a tear in the inner wall of the major blood vessel that carries blood from the heart. This may be the first time this procedure has ever been performed, as there are no previous reports of this form of repair done in the United States.
Tulane Installs First Low Dose, High Definition CT Scanner in the Gulf South Less Radiation with Improved Image Quality
February 06, 2013
Tulane Medical Center has further solidified its commitment to the well-being of patients with the installation of a low dose, high definition CT scanner at Tulane-Lakeside Hospital. Tulane-Lakeside’s GE Healthcare’s Discovery CT750 HD with Veo* technology is the first high definition CT scanner of its kind in the state of Louisiana and the Gulf South. It provides low dose radiation technology with improved image clarity keeping in line with Tulane’s broad spectrum of state-of-the-art diagnostic tools.