Digital mobile radiography unit AeroDR TX

digital mobile radiography unit
digital mobile radiography unit
digital mobile radiography unit
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“Dynamic Digital Radiography” (DDR) New Value of DDR to Expand Mobile X-Ray Imaging Possibilities Breakthrough Mobile X-Ray System that can provide more information than conventional static images. New Value of DDR (moving to functional X-Ray diagnostic): Dynamic Digital Radiography (DDR) is an enhanced X-Ray technology that provides a series of individual digital images acquired at high speed and low dose. The resulting cineloop enables clinicians to observe motion of anatomical structures over time, enhancing diagnostic capabilities. The motion series are analyzed and quantified with the DDR advanced image processing capability. DDR is not fluoroscopy; DDR is X-Ray that moves! Wireless DDR on Mobile X-Ray System: By transmitting a sequence of pulsed X-Rays and displaying a series of static images, Mobile DDR visualizes the motion of structures such as lungs and diaphragms, providing more information than conventional static images for bedside radiography in the ICU and other areas, without the need to move the patient. What TX Mobile DDR Ready also brings to the market: Comfortable Operability to Support Exposure Workflow Support for fine positioning movements Four-step Telescopic Arm Second Screen on Head-Assembly Alignment Support Function to assist positioning Anti-Collision Sensor Touch-sensitive handle for movements Compact design with a width of 540 mm Adopts a Large 19-inch Screen Cabinet equipped with detector charging function Clinical evolution with a new imaging technology: Enabling DDR in mobile X-Ray exam environments Frame Rate : 15fps Exposure Time : 20 seconds at longest

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