Princeton Longevity Center Announces First Northeast US Installation of Siemens’ State-of-the-Art SOMATOM go.Top CT Scanner

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Opening up new possibilities in advanced clinical applications such as CT-guided interventions, cardiology, and Dual Energy spectral imaging, the SOMATOM go.TOP CT Scanner realizes new levels of patient care and precision medicine.

The go.TOP was named the Best New Radiological Devise in 2017 by Aunt Minnie for a good reason; this scanner has more artificial intelligence on board than any other CT on the market today.

Princeton Longevity Center, the premier preventive medicine center in the Northeast and leading international health advisory company, is pleased to announce their installation of the new SOMATOM go.TOP computed tomography (CT) system. Princeton Longevity is the first healthcare facility in the Northeast to acquire this advanced imaging technology, continuing their long tradition of providing the highest levels of expertise and care to their patients.

Exceptional Technology
The go.TOP was named the Best New Radiological Devise in 2017 by Aunt Minnie for a good reason; this scanner has more artificial intelligence on board than any other CT on the market today. The go.TOP includes many second reader capabilities such as lung CAD, anatomy coverage, and contrast enhancement features and has the ability to lay out anatomy in multiple planes for an easier, more accurate diagnosis. Additional features include a 0.33-second rotation time, Stellar detector technology, and the ability to deliver personalized, precise radiation doses. These features, along with the system’s advanced mobile, tablet-based workflow, give Princeton Longevity technologists the ability to optimally adapt to each patient and offer a full spectrum of clinical care.

Exceptional Patient Care
The SOMATOM go.TOP CT is a 128-slice scanner with a patient-centered mobile workflow; with the go.TOP, technologists spend 50% more time in direct contact with patients. Patients can be scanned in seconds with minimized doses of radiation. Safer, faster scans serve more patients and the innovative design of the go.TOP offers the ability to scan a wider array of patients; factors such as patient size, claustrophobia, or the presence of implants or pacemakers are no longer limitations to care. Flexibility and mobility options give technologists at Princeton Longevity the freedom to provide greater comfort to patients.

Princeton Longevity Center is a premiere preventative medicine center and executive health center with locations throughout the Northeast.

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Andrea Lanza, Director of Patient and Corporate Services