5 Roadmap shortcut
Roadmap images are widely used during vascular procedures, but you can lose precious minutes waiting for the entire image to form on screen. We have created a shortcut that creates a fast Roadmap image by doing Subtraction in Trace mode. It visualizes the entire vessel faster than normal Subtraction mode.
6 Efficient CO2 imaging
Injecting CO2 contrast when examining patients who have an iodine allergy or renal failure can take several minutes during an exam. With our CO2 software option, you can enhance visualization of abdominal vascular structures, avoiding the time needed to optimize image quality during such procedures.
7 Straightforward positioning
It’s not always easy for an operator to understand where the C-arm needs to be moved because they are standing in a different position in the room. Our mobile c-arm, Veradius Unity, offers ClearGuide, which provides a uniform set of reference numbers for both physician and operator to simplify positioning. We also offer a second monitor option on the stand* which displays the clinical image to the operator to support fast and easy positioning.
8 Quick image swap
Having to search through previous runs for a mask image takes time. With our mobile C-arms, you can simply park the mask image for the Roadmap on the right monitor for quick recall to the live monitor if another Roadmap is needed after fluoroscopy.
9 Parallel working
Being able to do two things at once can help you reduce delays during surgery. Our Mobile View Station (MVS) works independently from the C-arm so you can move it to the OR and enter patient data or get a worklist from RIS, while the C-arm is being used in another procedure.
10 Fast boot-up
Many conventional mobile imaging systems can take up to 5 minutes to start- up which can waste vital time during unplanned procedures or emergency cases. Our mobile C-arms are designed for fast operation. They boot-up in less than 70 seconds and are ready to go. Plus, you can add patient data later when it is convenient.