How it works - ECG-gated
syngo DynaCT Cardiac with ECG-triggering
syngo DynaCT Cardiac utilizes images acquired from one or multiple ECG-triggered rotational angiography runs to display the 3D morphology of the heart. Image acquisition is performed during application of contrast agent in approx. 20 seconds.
The 3D image is obtained by 3D reconstruction including retrospective ECG-gating on the syngo X Workplace. The 3D image is available for assessment in the EP lab within less than 3 minutes after image acquisition.
Regardless of whether syngo DynaCT Cardiac is used with or without ECG-triggering, the three-dimensional cardiac morphology can be displayed as
- Volume rendering technique visualization
- Surface model (by using advanced segmentation algorithms of syngo Electrophysiology Guidance)
- Endoscopic view ("Fly") visualization.
Additionally it is possible to visualize the detailed cardiac anatomy within cross-sectional images (MPRs).