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Mirror DRF

“Two in One” full digital acquisition system.

Complete dynamic procedures and high resolution radiographic acquisitions for a full range of fluoroscopic, angiographic and radiographic applications.

Dynamic Imaging for fluoroscopic and angiographic applications:

  • Gastrointestinal examinations

  • Urogenital tract examinations

  • Endoscopy

  • Arthrography

  • Venography

  • Lymphography

  • Myelography

  • Step Angio

  • Digital angiography*

  • Digital subtracted angiography*


Static Imaging for radiographic examinations:

  • Skeletal radiography

  • Skull

  • Thorax

  • Abdomen

  • Vertebral column

  • Pelvis

  • Upper and lower extremities

  • Tomography

  • Long image display or stitching *

* Optional

The dynamic flat panel with active area 43x43cm is suitable for the examination of any anatomic region and provides almost 50% more coverage than a 16” image intensifier and about 20% than a 35x43 CR cassette.

  • Outstanding images without distortion. - The Flat Panel technology delivers sharp and accurate images to support the diagnosis and is not affected by geometric distortion which is typical of image intensifiers

  • Massive dose reduction - thanks to elevated sensitivity of the new technologies and the use of low absorption materials

  • Real time fluoroscopy up to 30 fps

  • Full field radiography and fluoroscopy

  • Elevated DQE > 65%

  • Perfect integration to RIS – PACS

  • “2 in 1” efficiency - With Helios DRF the time needed to perform mixed fluoroscopy and radiography examinations is considerably reduced, using now the same system with direct to digital technique.

  • Reduce time - The use of cassettes and film developers tends to disuse. With Helios DRF the images are accessed in real time, shortening examination times for the operator and the patients.

  • Optimized connectivity - Thanks to its Dicom 3.0 capabilities, the system can be seamlessly integrated with existing HIS/RIS and PACS. If the objective is a filmless environment, it is possible to create CD’s and DVD’s directly from console with the integrated CD/DVD writer, or alternatively to send to print only the most significant images.

The stitching function consists of an automatic reconstruction of an X-ray image starting from a series of images acquired at fixed frequency during the scanning of the patient. The image is reconstructed, keeping all original pixels, and can be viewed on the monitor, processed, printed or sent to the network. This function is usually used for the scan of spine and lower parts. Using the “stitching” command, the system automatically generates a sequence of acquisitions according to the number of frames selected by the operator (2 for 60 cm, 3 for 90 cm, 4 for 120 cm length). Afterwards, the software links the images to get a single one shown in approximately 5 seconds.

Domain: Scientific