Go for consistent results, efficiently.
Up to 20% shorter exam slots.1 With DotGO.2
Flexibility and consistency result in efficiency in MRI.
Reduction in exam times is only one benefit of DotGO. The Dot Cockpit and Dot engines make every aspect of MRI examinations more efficient. By saving time, increasing quality and controlling cost.
- Manage increasing patient volumes without compromising quality
- Control operational costs by optimal use of your resources
- Make your MRI expertise accessible for every technician
- Attract more referrers by providing consistent and reproducible results for more exams
- Save time by automating repetitive, monotonous tasks
- Reduce the number of rescans, due to standardized procedures
- Increase patient satisfaction by focusing on patient experience
Efficiency in every aspect of MRI:
- 88% of MRI exams covered by Dot engines3
- 80% better usability in MRI exam configuration4
- Less than 1 minute exam-time variation5
- 46% less software interaction2
- Up to 20% shorter exam slots2
Customers are more efficient with DotGO. Have a look at some exemplary Workflow Studies.
Brain Dot Engine
Case Study by: Prof. Forsting, Prof. Antoch
Department of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology and Neuroradiology, University Hospital Essen, Germany
- 20% faster exams2,7
- More efficient patient scheduling
- 46% less Parameter Adjustments2,7
Abdomen Dot Engine
Case study by: Professor Zeng Mengsu
Department of Diagnostic Radiology, Zhongshang Hospital, Fudan University
- Exam time: reduction of standard deviation to <1 min5,7
- Timing accuracy + 28%5,7
- 100% of cases score 5 out of 5 in timing quality5,7
1University Hospital Essen, Brain Dot Engine Workflow Study, Essen, Germany.
2The product/feature (mentioned herein) is currently under development; not for sale in the U.S. and other countries, future availability cannot be guaranteed.
3Evaluation of 2.2 million Siemens MR exams, 2013.
4Compared to MR protocol configuration without Dot Cockpit, Usability Study, 2013.
5Case study by: Prof. Zeng Mengsu, Department of Diagnostic Radiology Zhongshang Hospital, Fudan University, CN.
6D.R. Martin. Optimization of Single Injection Liver Arterial Phase Gadolinium Enhanced MRI Using Bolus Track Real-Time Imaging. Emory University, USA.