Xograph Healthcare will be sponsoring a one day hand surgery study day to be held in the Benjamin Gooch lecture theatre at the Norfolk & Norwich Hospital on Thursday 28th February 2019.
An Xograph product specialist will be available throughout the day to answer any questions relating to high resolution / low radiation dose intraoperative hand surgery image guidance and will have the latest model of OrthoScan mini C-arm fluoroscopy system for demonstration.
All new OrthoScan mini C-arms are equipped with a 24" high brightness display featuring the OrthoTouch™ user-interface which allows direct finger inputs and control. The OrthoScan FD-OR was the first mini C-arm to be equipped with flat panel CMOS detector and the OrthoScan FD Pulse is the first to featuring pulsed fluoroscopy. Very short pulses of X-rays replace the traditional continuous stream resulting in a significantly reduced radiation dose. The OrthoScan FD Pulse is also equipped with the largest CMOS detector to be found on any mini C-arm. The 15 cm square high resolution detector allows more anatomy to be imaged in a single view and renders the need for a rotating rectangular detector obsolete.
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