Siemens Somatom go.Sim computer tomograph in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine, Russia CT Simulator with AI For Radiation Therapy Planning
- Be confident in simulation
- High accuracy for contouring
- Patient and staff care
SOMATOM go.Sim is a very flexible and intuitive CT simulator.
With fully integrated hardware and software, it is designed to improve prediction accuracy and reduce the probability of errors. This CT scanner is also equipped with advanced algorithms, automatic contouring of organs at risk (OAR) based on artificial intelligence and superior soft tissue contrast.
The system is designed to improve patient and staff comfort - with a calm, quiet environment and simple tablet control.
Be confident in the simulation
Integrated components are the key to error-free CT simulation.
The SOMATOM go.Sim gives you the confidence in an optimized workflow - a smooth and fast process ensures easily reproducible, user-independent results.
High precision for contouring
You can be assured of reliable tumor and surrounding tissue information.
Taking care of patients and staff
Reducing operator workload gives you time to focus on your patients and high-quality results.
The SOMATOM go.Sim is built on the concept of comfort and care for the needs of patients and staff.
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Stay competitive in a high-growth market
Today's healthcare providers are more inconvenient for most patients to receive radiation therapy than ever before. This requires innovative solutions that allow you to work more efficiently and lay the foundation for optimal outcomes and the best treatment for your patients.
CT simulation problems
60% of RT incidents are caused by manual control and data sharing
Contouring is a major source of variability in RT planning
49% of patients experience stress and anxiety
Welcome to the new world of CT simulation
Accurate CT simulation requires fault-tolerant, repeatable and optimized workflows.
SOMATOM go.Sim is a single integrated hardware and software solution that covers the entire CT simulation process. It was created with one goal in mind - to reduce errors in a complex workflow to potentially reduce treatment times. With intelligence and automation, SOMATOM go.Sim simplifies your tasks and reduces the likelihood of errors. This will help you to shorten your workflow and save time so that you can focus on what is most important: your patient.
Our understanding of integration extends to all aspects of CT simulation.
SOMATOM go.Sim provides image optimization for target delineation, target boundaries, and even autocontouring, and by integrating artificial intelligence capabilities, this CT simulator eliminates the problem of variability in your starting point for treatment planning.
The SOMATOM go.Sim creates a soothing atmosphere for patients and its simple operating concept allows the staff to spend more time with them. A single-provider service contract reduces the workload for administrators.
SOMATOM go.Sim is a specialized CT simulator that can optimize clinical operations.
It will help you get a complete picture faster so you can spend less time simulating CT scans and more time focusing on your patients.
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Features and Benefits
Re-invent CT simulation with SOMATOM go.Sim, a highly flexible, intuitive CT simulator that we developed in collaboration with over 300 radiographers - radiation oncologists, medical physicists, radiation physicists, RTT specialists and financial decision makers - to give us an insight into your world.
The result is a groundbreaking approach to computed tomography simulation. It will give you everything you need to reach the ultimate starting point for optimal RT planning.
Radiation Therapist, Leopoldina-Krankenhaus
Julian Krestin Fulsang
Radiologist, Aarhus University Hospital
Medical physicist, Gustave Roussi Cancer Campus
Dr. Valérie Zilio
Head of the Department of Medical Physics at the Valais Hospital
Dr. Christian Gren
Radiation oncologist and co-owner of Nordstrahl, Radiation Therapy Practice
- Scanning field of view (sFoV) 60 cm
- Acquisition slices/reconstruction slices 32/64
- Z-axis coverage 1.92 cm
- Max. table load 227/307 kg (TG-66 compatible tables)
- System footprint 4 m2/43 ft22
- Min. space requirement 17.3 m2/186.2 ft22
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