Powerful Hardware

Designed to Deliver Maximum Image Quality with Minimum Dose

The Right Dose hardware fleet covers a complete range of imaging modalities, from hybrid systems to women’s health diagnostics - specifically designed to deliver maximum image quality with minimum dose.


Angiography – Artis Q.zen

The Artis Q.zen product line for interventional imaging is a visionary breakthrough in X-ray detection with unique sensitivity enabling ultra-low dose imaging. It takes performance in X-ray generation and precision to the next level.


Computed Tomography – SOMATOM Definition Flash

With Dual Source technology and the Stellar Detectors, the SOMATOM Definition Flash sets the benchmark for dose efficiency. CARE Dose4D, CARE kV, and the Sinogram Affirmed Iterative Reconstruction SAFIRE1 make up a comprehensive dose reduction and dose management portfolio – enabling – the perfect dose level to deliver the best possible image quality.


Mammography – MAMMOMAT Inspiration PRIME Edition

The MAMMOMAT Inspiration PRIME Edition with the Siemens unique PRIME Technology,10, offer up to 30% less dose and uncompromised image quality in women’s health diagnostics. The latest technological innovation, the faster direct-to-digital aSe detector (the substantial element of clinically advanced digital mammography technology) and dose saving algorithms individually calculate the exposure.


Molecular Imaging - Biograph mCT Flow

The PET·CT imaging scanner Biograph mCT Flow offers innovative solutions that allow the lowest dose to be administered, while still scanning patients faster than ever before. Now clinicians can have it all – scans with half the dose and double the speed.
And by reducing dose and increasing speed, patient safety and utilization are improved while costs are dramatically reduced.


Siemens has a long successful history of engineering imaging systems that help you manage and lower radiation to meet your specific needs and those of patients. These engineering efforts are continuously guided by the industry-wide ALARA principle pertaining to radiation dose levels in imaging scans: As Low As Reasonable Achievable.

1In clinical practice, the use of SAFIRE may reduce CT patient dose depending on the clinical task, patient size, anatomical location, and clinical practice. A consultation with a radiologist and a physicist should be made to determine the appropriate dose to obtain diagnostic image quality for the particular clinical task.