BrightSpeed* Elite

Make every study exceptional

BrightSpeed Elite


A new standard in CT 

GE Healthcare continues its commitment to delivering: 

  • high-image quality 

  • with lowered dose 

with the introduction of BrightSpeed* Elite with AsiR* (Adaptive Statistical Iterative Reconstruction). 

ASiR, a new technology, delivers up to 40% reduction in radiation dose along the entire body with no compromise in image quality. 

With ASiR, the BrightSpeed Elite can deliver scanning performance equivalent to an 8 MHU tube system. 

In addition to lowered dose, BrightSpeed Elite offers efficiency improvements. An enhanced operator console and table design can improve workflow capabilities.


Help enhance patient care with these outstanding benefits 

  • Image quality. Scan at the same speed as a 50-slice CT and still attain outstanding clarity. 

  • Convenience. The single, powerful operating console puts automated processing features at your technician’s fingertips. The console also features SmartPrep, Autovoice and easy protocol settings. 

  • Comfort and flexibility. Freedom Workspace* is a smart ergonomic design for greater comfort, more options, and reduced stress and fatigue. 

  • Versatility. The system offers easier patient positioning and facilitates whole body exams in patients up to 227 kg. 

  • Fit. Proven technology is housed inside one of the smallest footprints on the market. 


Tomorrow’s technology helps you today 

Exceptional technologies help give your practice even better clarity: 

  • ASiR technology may help clinicians obtain diagnostic images with a lower mA.1 ASiR may also allow for scanning at lower mA and less anode heat, thereby reducing tube cooling limitations. 

  • Boost your pitch with IQ Enhance (IQE). 

  • Improved comfort, convenience, and efficiency thanks to the new console and table capacity. 

  • Accelerate acquisition to reporting with faster workflow solutions. 

1In clinical practice, the use of ASiR 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.