Easily perform all your X-ray examinations, on table, on bucky or direct shot in the room.
The combination of linear and rotational movements of the C1HR column offers a multitude of views enabling to perform all your radiographic procedures.
Perform your bone and lung examinations on the wall bucky that you manually adjust to the patient’s size.
In Emergency configuration, prefer the configuration with variable height table to adapt it to the stretcher’s height and thus ease the Patient transfer.
In the auto-tracking version, the vertical movement of the tube is synchronized with the wall bucky or the table (elevating version).
The Scatter Correction option (commonly referred to as Virtual Grid) is performed automatically by software and can be applied to all anatomical regions (at the user’s choice).
It is an image processing algorithm improving the contrast by subtracting the scattered noise.
No need to use of physical anti-scatter grids and therefore better ergonomics (no grid to handle) and dose reduction (no grid in the beam), for tabletop or stand examinations as well as for direct or pediatric images.
It also reduces operator and patient exposure due to misalignment and/or artifacts of the focused grid.
Realization of the long bones radiography
– Acquisition on standing patient with system positioning and pre-programmed adjustment of xray parameters.
– Optimized overlap area for efficient recognition of the pixels used for registration.
The PRX system is a motorized wall bucky that manages the vertical movement of the DR detector according to the number of images desired to cover the examination area.
The box, which is placed in front of the collimator, controls the radiation by synchronizing asymmetrical collimators with the movement of the DR detector.
The operator sets the bucky to the appropriate height of the first image according to the patient’s size from a control keyboard located on the PRX and starts the automatic acquisition of the examination.
The reconstruction of the examination is then done with the acquisition software which manages the images acquired in auto-trigger mode.
This acquisition mode with the PRX is adaptable to any X-ray source, with a minimum focal distance of 2 meters.
In addition to the optional scatter correction, the dedicated pediatric protocols, the modifiable collimation for each anatomical protocol, the Dose Surface Product (DSP) indicated for each image and the DICOM MPPS and RDSR functions (automatic send of the examination data such as the DSP and acquisition parametrs) are all tools to help you manage the delivered dose as efficient as possible.
Revision date: July 2022