Agfa - Model DX-D 100+ - Delivering Wireless Mobile Imaging System
From Mobile DR
In ICUs, emergency rooms and operating theaters, bedside examinations are an important part of the care process. Agfa’s new DX-D 100+ wireless mobile system can be easily moved and operated by a single person, and has a cable-free detector panel that reduces the risk of possible infection, facilitates faster patient handling and increases comfort of use for both patient and operator. The result is improved efficiency of bedside imaging and streamlined workflow through full integration with your RIS/PACS capabilities.
- Fully motorized, heavy duty solution
- Wireless mobility for improved flexibility and infection control
- Batteries and configuration provide maximum power and autonomy
- Powerful generator reduces exposure times and delivers sharper images
- Ergonomic and maneuverable in restricted spaces
- MUSICA empowered
- FreeView Technology
The DX-D 100+ uses the well-established and proven MUSICA acquisition workstation, with its fully integrated touch screen, for both image acquisition and interfacing with the generator. With the built-in MUSICA image processing, you enjoy the same look and feel for CR and DR, minimizing the need for user training. You’ll also achieve fast image capture with an exposure monitoring functionality that results in better dose monitoring and control.
The DX-D 100+ comes with a choice of Cesium Iodide (CsI) or Gadolinium Oxy-Sulphide (GOS) detector-technology. CsI delivers excellent image quality, fast image availability and the possibility for significant dose reduction. GOS provides a very cost-effective and excellent image quality. The system offers instant bedside imaging via portable wireless DR detectors. The potential dose reduction offered by the DX-D 100+ makes it ideal for patient groups such as pediatrics and neonatal.
The DX-D 100+ uses MUSICA image processing, offering excellent contrast detail with intelligent and automated digital radiography image processing, for consistently reliable, high quality image visualization. The MUSICA software automatically analyzes the characteristics of each image and optimizes the processing parameters – independent of user input and dose deviations. The result is minimal re- or postprocessing and the potential for significant dose reduction.
Captured images can be validated quickly after exposure; should a retake be required, it can be made straightaway. With up to 4000 images stored on the DX-D 100+ at any one time, comparison with prior images is quick and easy. An option to retrieve older images stored previously on the IMPAX system is also available. The result is shorter examination times for patients and, ultimately, less discomfort.
The full integration of the DX-D 100+ system’s generator via the MUSICA acquisition workstation makes specifying the appropriate exposure technique for your study simple. Once an examination is selected on the MUSICA workstation, the X-ray settings are automatically transmitted to the generator and displayed on the generator interface, where they can be changed easily if needed. After the exposure, the X-ray settings used are sent to the MUSICA workstation and linked to the image for archiving.