Since its inception in 1875, Toshiba has worked to improve the quality of life for all people. The company's technology, from light bulbs to laptops, has delivered on this mission with medical innovations that are Made for Life—made to improve the lives of patients, clinicians and administrators.
This legacy is expressed best in the partnership of Toshiba's founding companies: Tokyo Electric Company and Shibaura Engineering. These two companies' life-saving partnership (now Toshiba) developed one of the world's first X-ray machines in 1932 to help physicians manage a tuberculosis outbreak in Japan. Today, Toshiba's imaging technology continues to save lives and improve health of people around the world with some of the most powerful and patient-friendly systems available.
AP foot X-ray AP foot X-ray demonstrating good penetration of heel area without over exposure of toes. Fracture and dislocation can also be seen. Read More
Aquilion ONE Industry's only Dynamic Volume CT scanner with the capability to acquire 16 cm's of anatomy in a single rotation, Industry's only Dynamic Volume CT scanner with the capability to acquire 16 cm's of anatomy in a single rotation, Industry's only Dynamic Volume CT scanner with the capability to acquire 16 cm's of anatomy in a single rotation. Read More
Aquillion One Dynamic Volume Computer Tomography System The only computed tomography system that can see what's going on in your head, heart, or other organs with one simple rotation that takes minutes, not hours. It replaces all other tests, so there is no need to delay treatment while both surgeon and patient wait for additional ones. Read More
Improve Productivity Through Procedure Efficiency Simultaneously processing and transferring image data during acquisition yields quick, efficient exams. For example, during fluoroscopy and fluorography, operators can prepare for the next scheduled patient, process and save images from a previous (or current) study, and transfer or archive images to an associated network. Read More
Infinix-i Hybrid Cath Lab Solution The five-axis design incorporated into the biplane system provides flexible positioning of the C-arm to create the Infinix-i exclusive 180 degree head-end access or alternative positioning to best accommodate the physician, ancillary equipment and clinical staff. Read More
T.RAD Plus The T.RAD Plus series of radiographic systems for general-purpose radiography are available with multiple prepackaged configurations and more standard features to provide high-quality imaging, exam efficiency and excellent patient care. Read More
Vantage Titan 1.5T The shortest magnet with the largest clinical FOV currently available in the industry. With a 71 cm aperture and a 1.5T ultra-short, open-bore, Vantage Titan provides outstanding image quality without compromise. Read More
Vantage Titan 3T With a large 71 cm aperture and the quietest exams in the industry, the Vantage Titan 3T is the most comfortable 3T MRI system for all of your patients. The Atlas integrated coils give operators a wide range of flexibility and offer unique capabilities when coupled with the most evolved non-contrast MRA package available. Read More
The landscape of mobility strategies and moblie device usage in hospitals is maturing-but there is still a long way to go. Mobility is the future of healthcare communications, though the particulars of that future remain in flux.
Communications in healthcare have become a web of information that is difficult to navigate and manage. Learn nine tips to cope with this chaos and establish the order your patients and staff so desperately need.
Many leading hospitals are still maintaining their proven, affordable paging systems while adding many other device types to the mix. In this eBrief, we'll explore why pagers are still being used. This whitepaper looks in depth at the technologies at play and how they actually work in different ways to keep staff in touch about important patient care activities.