Throughout 2018, Euromed demonstrated the newly updated Ziehm RFD3D CMOS system, featuring the new Ziehm CMOS detector for crystal clear 2D and 3D images in theatre.
The demo was completed in conjunction with a number of DHB’s and Private Hospitals throughout New Zealand, with excellent imaging results achieved for a wide range of theatre cases. The generous 31x31cm 2D field of view gave the potential to view a substantial amount of patient geometry if necessary, and the new larger 3D volume of 20x20x18cm provides the new benchmark in mobile 3D C-Arm imaging, with a 3D resolution of 0.387mm per slice. The 3D Zoom-in option offers a smaller 10x10x10cm volume for finer anatomical structures with the ability to create an incredibly detailed 3D resolution of 0.195mm per slice.
Throughout the demonstration the Ziehm RFD3D CMOS showcased its ability to interface with multiple intraoperative Navigation partners. The RFD3D CMOS has the capacity to interface with either Stryker, Brainlab, or Medtronic Navigation systems. A large number of Navigated 3D cases were completed successfully thanks to Ziehm’s ability to offer a powerful mobile imaging solution, with clearly defined 3D images for a wide range of patient sizes.
Feedback from surgeons and radiographers alike was incredibly positive, with excellent comments on 2D image quality, including Orthopaedics, Soft Tissue, Cardiology, and Vascular imaging studies, and likewise, the 3D image quality which features Ziehms Iterative Reconstruction to heavily reduce the effects of metal artefacts, creates an exceptional display of metallic hardware implants, to offer surgeons the confidence and quality assurance that implants have been correctly installed and are optimally positioned for the best patient outcome possible.
Thanks to all of the Hospitals who made time to work together with the Ziehm RFD3D CMOS during this demonstration, and if your theatres require the latest in versatile 2D and 3D mobile imaging, please don’t hesitate to contact Euromed’s sales team for more information.