Tech Tips Category: Computed Tomography

Accessing syngo CT Tube History

In this tip, we cover a way to access your CT tube history within Siemens syngo software. This will be useful when looking back to see the event history over the lifespan of the system including tube issues, changes, etc.

Attend any of Technical Prospects CT system training courses including the Definition, Perspective, Scope, Sensation or Emotion systems and earn a significant 45 AAMI CEUs while gaining the knowledge and skills to service the Siemens CT systems properly.

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Data Slip Ring Protectors

In this tip, Joe covers an important part of your Siemens CT system that can easily be accidentally discarded. The data slip ring protectors will help protect your CT data ring when performing maintenance.

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Siemens Definition Service Terminator Plug

In this video tech tip, Joe covers the terminator plug for the Siemens Definition system. This is used when doing service work on your Siemens Definition CT to help troubleshoot.

Don’t miss out on great opportunity to train on the Siemens Definition AS system and earn 45 CEUs upon completion from AAMI! Courses are filling up for 2021 as everyone is ready to get back to work on these systems, don’t wait!

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2021 Medical Imaging Training

Join us in a better than ever 2021 training program including medical imaging training in all modalities (X-Ray, CT, MRI, Fluro and Cath/Angio). We are OPEN and holding in-person classes in a safe environment for everyone in need of system specific training. Download our training schedule for 2021 and pick out the class/time that works best for you and let’s all get back to it this year!

All 2021 In-Person training courses are ACI-CEU Pre-Approved for 45CEUs for AAMI certification!

Not seeing a course that works for you? It’s okay we can tailor a training solution for your specific needs. Just email and let’s discuss your needs!

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Getting to Know Your CAT!

Our very own National Engineering Lead/Chairman of Engineering, Sam Darweesh, recently presented a webinar with Technation. “Getting to Know Your CAT! An Engineering Overview of Computed Tomography Principles” gives engineers a look into the basic understanding of CT imaging. Please view the webinar below:

Ready to learn more with hands-on training from the experts here at Technical Prospects? Join Sam Darweesh & Joe Sam from our Tech Tip videos for one of our in-person CT courses! Learn more today!

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Definition Family CT Steel Covers

In this tip Joe discusses the steel covers on the Definition family of CT systems from Siemens. The importance of checking torque values when replacing the covers after service can save your system from major issues!

Don’t forget to take advantage of our “21 Will be More Fun!” CT training sale going on now through the end of the year. 21% off all remaining CT courses for the year at our state-of-the-art facility in Appleton, WI. Definition, Sensation, Scope and Perspective CT systems available for hands-on training in a safe environment. Learn more and register for your spot today!

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Using Breakout Box

In this tip, Kevin covers using a break out box when troubleshooting your Siemens Definition CT system. A good way to isolate and measure problems when diagnosing issues on your CT.

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