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Apollo DRF 4. The Apollo DRF stands out over time for both its unique, and equally innovative features. Its top performance and operability have always been widely acknowledged. This maximizes the efficiency of daily routine usage. Implementing new examination procedures in the system also allows additional diagnostic information to be acquired, thus making the diagnosis process more comprehensive.
Combined with high performance the Apollo DRF redefines the users experience of the system. The wide travel of the tube-detector assembly ensures complete patient coverage, thus avoiding the need for its repositioning or to move the table longitudinally.
By means of motorized tilting of the tube support column, combined with rotation of the X-ray source, oblique projections can also be carried out on the table as well as patient exposures on a stretcher.
The focus-detector distance, which can be extended up to cm, makes it possible to examine the chest directly on the remote-controlled table.
The lower height from the floor and the completely smooth surface of the examination table make patient access easier and simplify transfer procedures from the stretcher. The system can be supplied with a wide range of accessories for patient positioning and for special procedures, such as lateral cassette holder, compression band, shoulder support, patient footrest, handles and leg support. The system provides the operator with significant flexibility in controlling movements of the table through the various interfaces available.
The smart-touch joysticks, which are activated by human touch, control all motorized movements in total safety, thus adding a further prevention feature against accidental activation. The operator is also able to communicate directly with the patient to provide instructions and reassurance during the exam via the built-in two-way intercom, which is supported by pre-recordable audio messages in several languages.
The video camera built into the collimator makes it possible to perform the centering operation without X-ray emission and provides a new visual of the patient during positioning.
The collimator display also shows information regarding SID, the collimation area and additional filtration. Apollo DRF therefore provides the user with high-level ergonomics, resulting in rapid and efficient workflows.
Its high resolution and sensitivity allow the system to obtain extremely detailed and sharp images at low dose, while the active area of 43x43 cm assures the right coverage of each anatomical area. High diagnostic content images are thus obtained just a few seconds after exposure, making the diagnostic process even safer and more effective. This RIS-mapping function boosts the workflow and results in a considerable increase in production.
In addition, vascular examinations are also possible via the digital subtraction angiography DSA package. This operational flexibility may be further extended by using a second X-ray tube on a suspended ceiling stand that can be controlled by the same remote-control system generator which, together with the wireless detector, also makes it possible to perform lateral projections on the table.
Furthermore, the stitching procedure, which consists in automatic acquisition process of a set of X-ray exposures and their subsequent integration into a single image, is also available. In addition, Apollo DRF now features the innovative tomosynthesis function, an examination technique based on low-dose acquisition of a series of projections from different angles of an anatomical part, which are processed through advanced reconstruction algorithms to obtain a sequence of slices parallel to the examination table.
The images obtained, free from overlap by the surrounding tissues, allow one to more easily determine the presence of small lesions or anomalies that are not very visible with conventional radiography, thus providing information to make the diagnostic process faster and more effective.
Apollo DRF 4. The Apollo DRF stands out over time for both its unique, and equally innovative features. Its top performance and operability have always been widely acknowledged. This maximizes the efficiency of daily routine usage.