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Espera más: Ziehm Imaging en ECR 2013
Date:3/7/2013

NUREMBERG, Alemania, March 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --



- Los potentes brazos móviles C y SmartDose aseguran una imagen óptima

Ziehm Imaging, innovador líder en brazos móviles C, presenta su gama de productos y varias tecnologías novedosas para imagen intra-operativa este año durante ECR (Expositor 319, Expo C). Entre lo más destacado se muestran los nuevos Ziehm Vision y SmartDose, un concepto completo para la reducción de dosis en las imágenes intra-operativas.

Ziehm Vision: La tecnología demostrada se encuentra con el nuevo diseño

Con la nueva generación de Ziehm Vision, Ziehm Imaging se está convirtiendo en el nuevo capítulo en su historia de éxito: Optimizando el diseño e innovando dentro de las funciones se consigue que el nuevo Ziehm Vision sea una pieza ideal de todo uso para la cirugía general, ortopedia, traumatología y aplicaciones vasculares.

Todo lo más destacado con un solo vistazo:

  • Diseño delgado: Lámpara de radiación integrada con un monitor delgado con representación óptima de los contrastes
  • Campo de visión grande: La pantalla del intensificador de imagen de 31 cm muestra toda la información relevante en la imagen
  • Aplicación flexible: Los programas predefinidos y el sistema Advanced Active Cooling apoyan la aplicación interdisciplinar
  • Ergonómico: Ampliación adicional de 20 cm de subida vertical para escenarios establecidos flexibles en la mesa OR
  • Ahorro de espacio: Movilidad máxima con un requisito de espacio mínimo (0,8 m²) en tres ruedas
  • Conexión inalámbrica: Tecnología WLAN encriptada para transmisión segura de los datos de imágenes con el PACS

SmartDose: La mejor calidad de imagen con la dosis mínima

SmartDose, un concepto completo para la reducción de dosis, celebra su presentación en ECR. Ziehm Imaging ha reunido un paquete complete formado por varias funciones - como el posicionamiento láser, ODDC (Object Detected Dose Control), tecnología de pulso y PreMag (radiation-free magnification) - que reduce la exposición con la misma imagen de alta calidad. ZAIP (Ziehm Adaptive Image Processing) es otro punto destacado que apoya la reducción de dosis en hasta un 20% con todos los brazos C de panel plano.

Exclusiva vista previa del futuro de la imagen intra-operativa

Además de su gama creada de productos y nuevas funciones, Ziehm Imaging ofrece un primer vistazo de su concepto completamente nuevo de brazo C en ECR. Visite Ziehm Imaging en el Expositor 319, Expo C, del 7 al 11 de marzo de 2013, en Viena, y vea el futuro de la imagen móvil en la actualidad.

Martin Herzmann
Martin.Herzmann@ziehm-eu.com
Teléfono: +49-911-21720
http://www.ziehm.com


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