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Human Medical Imaging Reimagined
Multi-Modality in a single, lightweight platform
High-Definition Volumetric Imaging CT
Move ultra-high resolution imaging to the patient in ICU, ER/Trauma, OR & Imaging Room
EPICA HUMAN HDVI PLATFORM
SeeFactor CT3 has the highest spatial resolution and lowest noise of any clinical 3D imaging system. Contrast resolution rivals any conventional CT.
Unlike conventional CT systems, SeeFactor CT3 provides non-interpolated (gapless, 100% real) image data delivering extraordinary isotropic image resolution as fine as 0.1mm in soft and hard tissue, lesion detection as small as 0.2mm and “pulsed technology” to significantly reduce the radiation dose received by the patient and surrounding healthcare delivery team.
View images in axial, sagittal, and coronal planes - because of this, SeeFactor CT3 studies can be easier to read than radiographs.
Volumetric with no interpolation
Diagnostically superior to conventional CT
Study set up in minutes
Highest spatial resolution
Lower radiation dose
Portable (easily moved through standard sized doors/hallways)
Functional Imaging protocols
Diagnostic (soft and hard tissue), Interventional & Intraoperative
Less costly to buy, install and maintain
Integrates with other technologies
Ergonomic and easy to use
HDVI (High Definition Volumetric Imaging) is a new hybrid technology in CT (Computed Tomography)
that provides unprecedented diagnostic and interventional information for clinicians.
How is Epica's HDVI Technology Different from Conventional CT?
Conventional CT samples densities within a patient’s anatomy, providing axial sliced data, leaving gaps in the data in-between each slice. The data is reconstructed using interpolation, which works by using known data to estimate values at unknown points. After the data had been interpolated it is rendered in axial and coronal data sets. The resolution is different on each side.
HDVI technology scans a solid volume of data at a time, resulting in gapless data, with no need
for interpolation. HDVI delivers a 3D map of densities with spacial resolution that is the same in
all three dimensions, with contrast equivalent to conventional CT.
This volume of data can provide resolution as small as 0.09mm which is about the thickness of a human hair. Clinicians can see the data in any angle, thickness or orientation leading to superior diagnostic confidence.
This is why Epica HDVI is the new standard for primary imaging.
SeeFactor CT3 HDVI Multi-Modality,
Mobile Imaging Platform
Full Featured Fluoroscopy
High-resolution images, auto brightness/contrast and frame rates from 1-30 fps.
Any orientation of the patient may be viewed and the gantry can move over the patient during a study.
Platform Features Include:
Digital Subtraction Angiography
Dose Reduction Technology
Flat filled radiographs of the study region of interest can be taken instantly
Patient Sizes: Any Size: Head, Neck, Extremities. Small Patients: Thorax, Abdomen
Bore Diameter: 60cm
Imaging Area (Workspace): Pre-Bore Scanning - Open Workspace
HDVI Field of View: 18cm or 35cm Diameter x up to 32cm length
HDVI Spatial Resolutions: 100 -600 micron in all 3 dimensions
Scan Speed: 4-24 Seconds per Stack
Study Set-up Time: <2 min
Power Required: 220V, 20 amp, Single Phase
X,Y,Z Axis Resolution Outputs: 0.1, 0.15, 0.2, 0.25, 0.3,0.4, 0.5, 0.6 mm
Isotropic Voxels: Always
Interpolation of Data Gaps: NA: Gapless Data
Volumetric Data: Yes
Interventional Fluoro Functions: DSA, Roadmapping, Auro Collumation, Tip Tracking, Dose Reduction, Burst Mode, 1-30 fps
Digital Radiography: Yes
Micro-Rad Low Radiation Technology: Yes
Diagnostic Utility: Yes
Interventional Utility: Yes
* Shielding requirements may vary from state to state.
Please check your state's regulations to ensure compliance.
Radiation Reduction Technology
Pricing: Contact Epica
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