Absolute myocardial blood flow
Dual Bolus and Dual Sequence support
Analysis of multi-slice, SAX Perfusion images
Motion correction allowing free breathing acquisition (cvi42 MoCo)
The capability of cvi42|Quantitative Perfusion fundamentally changes our practice two-fold:
First, it introduces absolute quantification of blood flow and replaces PET for that indication and second, it allows for an automated perfusion analysis. This is huge, as it does not only save time but also improves accuracy.
A milestone for CMR...
Matthias G. Friedrich, MD, FESC, FACC
Professor, Department of Medicine
Faculty of Medicine, McGill University
High diagnostic accuracy
Outperforms qualitative & semi-quantitative techniques
Fast and automatic analysis
Cost effective, higher spatial resolution, and non-ionizing compared to other myocardial perfusion imaging modalities
Fully automatic quantification
No manual segmentation required