PIXRAY, (PIcturing X-RAYs on-line) is a new generation
real-time filmless X-ray system for :
• casualty department
• plaster room
• hand surgery
• craniofacial surgery
• medical diagnosis
• interventional radiology.
High resolution X-ray images (50 Ám pitch).
The flat panel X-ray detector can easily be integrated
in standard X-ray radiography equipment for acquisition
of real-time images with significant dose reduction (up
to 100 times) in comparison with standard film techniques.
PIXRAY is capable of producing up to 30 images/second.
It uses a large area solid state pixel matrix based on
an amorphous silicon sensor.
introduction in the treatment of Parkinson disease.
The most important advantages of PIXRAY are :
• significant dose reduction, which diminishes
the risk of radiation injury for the patient during lengthy
or repeated diagnosis and interventional procedures
• wide dynamic range, for example,
to follow-up fracture recovery under plaster.
The dynamic images are directly displayed on
the PC monitor and archived in digital format using a
very user-friendly image processing software, PIX-View.
With the help of PIX-View, telemedicine is possible :
the medical information can be transferred through the
PACS or Internet networks.
• Energy band : 20keV - 400 keV
• Acquisition rate : up to 30 images
• Active surface : 12 cm x 12 cm,
20cm x 20cm and now 41cm x 41cm
• Pixel size : from 400 µm
x 400 µm down to 50 µm x 50 µm
• ADC resolution : 16 bits (65536
Various models of PIXRAY
HERE TO SEE PIXRAY SHORT BROCHURE
HERE TO SEE PIXRAY FULL BROCHURE
HERE TO SEE PIXRAY BROCHURE FOR NEUROSURGERY INTERVENTIONS