Hitachi

AIRIS Vento

Comfort class in open MRI

AIRIS Vento (0.3T) is a break-through in price performance whole-body MRI. It is the most advanced mid-field MRI, with all of the high-end features of Hitachi's well-proven AIRIS series. The award-winning open magnet maximises patient friendliness and comfort. AIRIS Vento's outstanding performance underlines Hitachi's commitment to leading open MRI technology.
With powerful gradients, the AIRIS Vento performs a virtually unlimited variety of advanced imaging techniques, including those previously associated exclusively with high-field MRI (e.g. fat-saturation/CHESS). The user-friendly system enables smooth and efficient patient examinations.
Even with high patient throughput, the AIRIS Vento's image quality is uncompromised.

  • 0.3 Tesla field strength
  • Two-pillar design
  • Asymmetric two-pillar design for maximum openness
  • 210° opening to the front, 70° opening to the rear
  • 22mT/m 55T/m/s gradients
  • Installation < 25m²
  • Fully motorised patient table
  • Lateral table movement ±100 mm
  • All advanced mid-field applications
  • Variety of fat-saturation techniques
  • Complementary or unique – the best solution for outpatient centres
  • Patient-friendly design
  • Low noise emission
  • Cost-effective
  • SENTINEL™ remote monitoring for maximum uptime
  • Technical cabinet only - no water cooling
  • Average power consumption only 2.5 kW
coils

Hover over each coil's name to display a diagram indicating the corresponding application area:


Ankle - Sagittal PD sequence with spectral fat saturation CHESS enables detailed ligament visualization

Brain - 3D GE IR option enables volumetric scanning with high resolution and excellent white-grey matter contrast

Cervical spine - 3D axial BASG image provides high resolution and high contrast with post-reconstruction possibilities

Abdomen - 3D FSE heavy T2W scan visualizes urinary tract without contrast use

Abdomen - 3D FSE heavy T2W scan shows biliary tract without contrast use

Brain - 3D BASG axial scan visualizes internal acoustic canal with excellent resolution and contrast and enables post-reconstruction in oblique plane