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Wireless flat-panel detector for mobile X-ray imaging
Excellent image quality / Suitable for general radiography
Excellent image quality
The FPD weighs only 3.4 kg and can be easily positioned. Its field of view of 35 x 43 cm (14 x 17 inches) also covers larger examina-tion areas. The caesium iodide (CsI) scintillator combines high sensi-tivity with the lowest-possible radiation dose and thus reduces patient exposure. The resolution of 2,800 x 3,408 pixels provides sharp images in excellent quality.
Flexible use in radiography
The wireless flat-panel detector is suitable for general radiography. Hospitals already using a MobileDaRt Evolution can have it refit to wireless detectors. Apart from its application with the MobileDaRt Evolution system for mobile X-rays, CXDI-70C can also be con-nected to a RADspeed DR. The RADspeed series from Shimadzu includes floor- and ceiling-mounted systems for general radiography applications.
Perfect solution for clinical requirements
MobileDaRt Evolution perfectly combines clinical requirements of easy manoeuverability, outstanding image quality and low radiation dose. The high-performance 32kW generator facilitates X-ray im-ages with exceedingly short exposure times, thus also making it suit-able for use on intensive care units or in traumatology. X-ray images are available within three seconds after exposure on the integrated 15" monitor.
The MobileDaRt Evolution system can be precisely moved forward and backward by using the bedside "Inch Mover" drive controls on the collimator. This increases operator comfort and accelerates op-erations in difficult imaging situations.
MobileDaRt Evolution is fully DICOM-compatible (DICOM Print, DICOM Store and DICOM Modality Worklist) and can be inte-grated into the workflow of digitally equipped hospitals - even via WLAN. Thus it makes a considerable contribution to work and cost efficiency.
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