Life is precious. Take CARE.

Protecting patients and staff from unnecessary radiation is of major concern. Today, thanks to advanced technologies and applications, outcomes for diagnosis and intervention can be optimized at the same time as reducing radiation.

Photo: Life is precious. Take CARE.

As part of maintaining its leadership in dose reduction, Siemens has always been committed to the ALARA principle (As Low as Resonably Achievable). Built on this principle, Siemens has long applied a comprehensive approach to all areas of diagnostic and interventional imaging: CARE - Combined Applications to Reduce Exposure

The Siemens CARE standard combines a variety of advanced technologies and applications, including one of the most extensive 2D and 3D imaging portfolios in the industry. Our equipment and software are uniquely designed to optimize outcomes for diagnosis and intervention while reducing radiation exposure for patients and physicians. Furthermore, Siemens training helps to educate on the most efficient use of our dose reduction technologies.


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