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Shimadzu FluoroSpeed 300

Shimadzu FluoroSpeed 300

Full Digital Local-controlled R/F System

The FluoroSpeed 300 Digital R/F System is designed for high performance Digital R/F and Bucky radiography. By combining the latest DR system with the YSF-300 R/F table, the system’s capability is expanded to perform digital examinations from GI to angiographic studies of the highest image quality.

Increased Throughput

The Imaging Control Unit has been designed with ease of use and maximum throughput in mind. The Imaging Control Unit features many automated functions to increase the accuracy and speed of patient positioning and therefore decrease the examination time.



Space Saving Design

Utilizing the latest in system engineering and technology, the compact design of the FluoroSpeed 300 reduces both installation space and cost.

Safety Features

Several safety devices are incorporated into the FluoroSpeed 300, including patient safety rails and hand grips. A special Fluoro interlock switch is designed to prevent accidental activation of exposures.

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Sonialvision Versa 100R/100/80

Sonialvision Versa 100R/100/80

Multi-purpose Digital R/F System

The Sonialvision Versa system provides stable image quality, a multitude of functions and a system design thought out to the smallest detail offers a glimpse of the future.

Wide Application Coverage

Safe and easy procedures are achieved by its head-to-toe coverage at the full longitudinal sliding range of the imaging unit at any tilting angle, with need to move the patient.

The sliding speed of the imaging unit is user-adjustable (max. 15CM/sec); slow speed is recommended for ERCP, PTCD, biopsy examinations, etc., and fast speed is good enough for peripheral bolus chase and upper GI.

Wider fluoroscopic and radiographic image field to both ends of the tabletop without spot film device allows efficient examinations with normal positioning and without patient anxiety.

One Million Pixel CCD Camera Produces High Image Quality

Extremely valuable for gastrointestinal examinations, the newly developed one million pixel CCD camera produces 12-bit high-definition, high-contrast 1024 x 1024 matrix images. Also, to ensure no detail is missed during esophageal imaging, the latest digital technology is used to capture images at up to 15 frames per second.

Designed For the Comfort of Patient and Operator Alike

The perfectly flat tabletop simplifies patient movement and provides the optimal examination environment. The tabletop can be set at the appropriate operator’s working height or, to reduce the load on care staff when moving the patient. When the I.I. retracting function is used, the table can be lowered to just 63 cm.*

*Sonialvision Versa 100R with 12"I.I.

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Sonialvision Safire II

Sonialvision Safire II

Multi-purpose Digital R/F System

The continuing evolution of Sonialvision has unlocked a new world of digital imaging. This state-of the-art digital unit fully capitalizes on the superb performance of Shimadzu's Safire direct-conversion flat-panel detector (FPD).

2880 x 2880 Matrix Original Quality Image Acquisition

Only Shimadzu’s direct-conversion FPD is capable of handling 2880 x 2880-matrix ultra-high-definition images. A cutting-edge digital system directly processes and stores these high-precision images at the original capture quality.

This new digital radiography unit is designed around the highly reliable Windows® operating system, which makes the rapid processing of high-definition images possible using simple operations. The graphical user interface and mouse provide an intuitive operation environment that is easy to learn and easy to use.

17-inch FPD Covers a Large View Field

The 17 x 17-inch maximum view field applies the extremely high definition and density resolution of the direct-conversion FPD across an area equivalent to 14 x 17-inch film. The large distortion-free view field means only minimal positioning movements are required. This ensures trouble-free handling of diverse examination regions, including orthopedic procedures and abdominal imaging of the stomach and large intestine.

The increasing use of IVR treatment requires a system that can offer both high image quality and low exposure dose. The Sonialvision Safire II with direct-conversion FPD meets this requirement by incorporating an exposure reduction mechanism matched to the high image performance of the FPD. These two technologies work in tandem to achieve an overall balance between high image quality and low exposure.

Parallel Processing Improves Throughput

The system's use of concurrent processing allows the writing of image data to and reading from a CD-R disc even during fluoroscopy and radiography. If desired, images can also be transferred to a viewer and printed to film. Each type of processing is made as independent as possible to shorten the wait time required for peripheral, non-examination processing. The result is an improvement in overall throughput, producing a more efficient examination environment.

Wide View Field and Long Stroke Cover a Large Examination Area

The FPD's wide 17-inch view field combines with the large longitudinal stroke of the Sonialvision system to cover an extensive imaging area. Furthermore, the table's heavy-duty design supports a patient load of up to 318 kg (700 lb) in the horizontal position. This is the best in its class.

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