Empowering Critical Thinking The Innova'" IGS 620 biplane system offers a comprehensive suite of functionality customized for wide range of cardiovascular and electrophysiology (EP) procedures. With its 20.5 x20.5 cm (8.1 in) square flat-panel digital detectors, it offers excellent visualization of the heart and its chambers. It is designed from the ground to provide the image clarity you need while helping you keep dose as low as possible. It includes features like Dose Personalization1, which gives you the tools to choose from up to four automatic exposure preferences for your system2. You con also modify3 any of these preferences in any clinical protocol to enable multi-procedure, multi-user customization and thus support well-informed decisions.
Excellent anatomical coverage With its 20.5 x 20.5 cm (8.1 in) square flat-panel digital detectors for EP procedures, Innova IGS 620 offers 38% greater coverage than 17.7 cm (7 in) square panels. It covers more anatomy, designed for fewer runs than smaller detectors, enabling efficient use of contrast and dose. Superb image quality with high Detective Quantum Efficiency (DQE) The proprietary angiography flat-panel detector offers one of the industry’s highest ratings for Detective Quantum Efficiency (DQE), a parameter internationally acknowledged as an index of detector performance in contrast- and dose-limited imaging performed in clinical studies. High DQE enables better-quality images at the same dose, or the same quality image at a lower dose. Lower dose by design GE designs systems from the ground up with the tried and trusted GE imaging chain, optimized to provide the image clarity you need while helping you keep dose as low as possible. Our dose-reduction features empower you to easily optimize and personalize dose settings from the tableside, while maintaining clinical details you need to make well-informed decisions. But improving dose management takes a strategy – what we call the GE Blueprint. It includes low-dose imaging technologies for minimally invasive procedures, but also considers the people, culture and processes around them.