July 15, 2020
The CardioGraphe cardiac dedicated CT scanner is showcased in the SCCT 2020 annual conference carried this year online. The scanner is featured in one of the scientific sessions, a special symposium, and the virtual booths of GE Healthcare and Arineta.
CardioGraphe Wide Field of View option – The classic CardioGraphe is adapted to reconstruct and display high resolution images at a field of view of 250mm, optimal for cardiovascular imaging. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and customer requests, Arineta has developed an optional scan mode with 450mm field of view, covering the whole lungs while keeping the excellent image quality of the heart.
A first CardioGraphe in Australia – a CardioGraphe dedicated cardiovascular CT is under installation at the GenesisCare, Murdoch WA Cardiology center. This machine joins the installed base in North America, Europe and China.
June 26, 2020
An article in the June 26, 2020 issue of the JCCT Journal compared the image quality of the CardioGraphe dedicated cardiac CT scanner to a premium first line whole body CT scanner. The overall Image Quality of CardioGraphe was higher. For CardioGraphe, excellent image quality was achieved also for heart rate above 65 BPM. FFRct acceptance rate, which is a measure of the image quality, was 100% for the study cohort.
April 5, 2020
United Healthcare, the world largest health organization, has announced that effective April 1, 2020, United Healthcare will reimburse for Coronary CT Angiograms when ordered to evaluate stable chest pain in members with low and intermediate risk for coronary artery disease (CAD) as first-line testing (CCTA-First). Computed tomographic angiography (CTA) is expected to replace the need for other functional stress testing in this population.
First CardioGraphe scanners in China – Following the NMPA marketing clearance, CardioGraphe dedicated CT scanners are starting operation this month at the Xiamen Cardiovascular hospital, Xiamen and Bo’ao Life Center, Hainan.
August 30, 2019
The European Society of Cardiology has published the 2019 updated Chronic Coronary Disease guidelines designating CCTA as a class 1 indication for patients with suspected but not yet confirmed coronary disease. These are the first multinational societal guidelines supporting CCTA as a first line test following the UK NICE 2016 and other national level guidelines.
The Arineta CardioGraphe CT scanner was approved by NMPA for commercial distribution in China. CardioGraphe is already approved for distribution in the US, EU, Canada, Australia, and Israel. CardioGraphe is distributed by GE Healthcare.
February 2, 2018
Clinical results of the CardioGraphe cardiovascular dedicated CT scanner were presented in the SCCT meeting at London, January 2018, by Dr. Patrick Donnelly from Ulster hospital, Belfast, Dr. Pal Maurovich-Horvat from Semmelweis University Medical Center, Budapest and Prof. Ronen Rubinstein from Carmel Medical Center, Haifa. The speakers emphasized the advantages of the single heart beat whole heart imager.
GE Healthcare has commercially launched the Arineta product under the name CardioGraphe in the ACC annual convention at Washington DC. As previously announced by the companies, GE is the world-wide distributor of the product. Press Release.
The Arineta cardiovascular dedicated CT scanner has received the CE mark and cleared for commercial distribution in the EU.