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The first vehicle-mounted CT scanner of China unveils

  Source: Anke             Time: 2018-04-23 14:14:06

        During April 11th - April 14th, 2018, in Shanghai National Convention and Exhibition Center, China's first vehicle-mounted CT of ANKE unveiled the seventy-ninth China International Medical Equipment (spring) Fair. This is the first time that the whole-body CT scanner has been applied to the vehicle medical field in China.


        This vehicle-mounted CT scanner is co-presented by ANKE’s wold-top R&D team and leading vehicle medical enterprise XRAY. It is a successful example of a megamerger. ANKE has been engaged and experienced in medical imaging equipment for more than 30 years, and has numerous patents in the field of CT with the world's leading CT R&D team, especially in CT gantry & image chain design and detector development achieving many world's leading technologies. Shenzhen XRAY has been focusing on R&D, manufacturing and sales of mobile vehicle medical systems for 16 years. It’s been a pioneer and leader of the mobile medical system.

        ANKE’s vehicle-mounted CT has unique clinical and practical prospect of applications. First of all, it could be widely used in emergency treatment of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, such as ischemic stroke with vascular occlusion. The diagnosis and thrombolytic therapy can be completed during the transportation of the patients, which greatly improves the survival rate and quality of life. Secondly, vehicle-mounted CT could be broadly applied in the poor and remote community, which provides great convenience and accessibility for patient to realize high-quality diagnosis by experienced doctor and high-end equipment. In addition, ANKE’s vehicle-mounted CT can be integrated with mobile and intelligent cloud platform that is applicable for emergency disaster relief, army hospital, first aid center, physical examination center and so on. ANKE’s vehicle-mounted CT features unparalleled advantages of mobility and accessibility compared with conventional hospital.

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