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Switching to digital
In a world totally oriented to digitalization, Armonicus represents the effective solution to switch to digital way instantly and effortlessly. Thanks to its range of flat panel detector solutions, operators can enjoy increased productivity by having images available within seconds of exposures for immediate evaluation and processing.
Also with moderate budget
Specifically designed as an all-in-one system, Armonicus covers virtually all the applications of a modern radiological room, yet limiting the financial investment to a single, cost-effective piece of equipment. Additionally, the unit is specifically engineered to limit its maintenance cost to the minimum.
Solution for limited spaces
The structure of Armonicus comprises the X-ray source, the digital detector and the extendable arm that joins them, all integrated in one compact design. Moreover, the short height of the column as well as the limited footprint of the U-arm movements, make possible the installation even in the narrowest rooms.
Able to host any patient
Armonicus is a flexible system, ready to operate on virtually any possible patient; its use is not limited even with pediatric or bariatric subjects, and wheelchairs users can be easily positioned as well. Additionally, the system can be combined with a wide range of mobile tables, floating and elevating, even battery powered.
Covering all examinations
The SID on the Armonicus can be adjusted from 100 to 180 cm, assuring flexibility for the entire range of general radiographic exams, from extremities to chest studies, from pediatric to orthopedic exams, with patients either standing, seated or laying on table. Moreover, it can automatically manage the stitching procedure for full-legs and full-spine exams.
Maximizing the workflow
The X-ray tube and detector of the system remain constantly aligned, reducing examination set-up time. The operator’s workflow is also optimized thanks to the motion buttons next to the screen and the infrared remote control. For these reasons, Armonicus is an ideal solution for high-volume applications where a highly efficient throughput is a must.
Always under control
Core of the Armonicus user interface is the 10” touch screen display, associated with 10 movement buttons, for immediate and safe operability by any user; additionally, some motion controls are placed to the bucky, assuring appropriate control of the system when the operator is close to the detector. Finally, Armonicus can be controlled also with the standard infrared remote control, where also the most important preset operating positions can be recalled.
Fast and easy setup
The flexibility of Amonicus allows an easy positioning of any patient, virtually in any condition; the system can be operated manually, yet can rely on a complete configuration of preset positions (up to 60) through the APR functions. Additionally, in case of connection to a DICOM network, the communication protocol allows a totally automated setting of the machine simply using the RIS procedure codes, leaving the operator with only the task of pressing the ‘MOVE’ button.
Everything in its place
To assure optimal image definition during any application, Armonicus is configured with two grids having different focal lengths (f=120, f=180), obviously leaving the possibility to operate without any grid in case of need. In order to have a work space well organized, Armonicus is equipped with an on-board double parking station, where the two grids can be stored at the same time, allowing an effective space management according to the examination to be performed.
The latest technologies
Armonicus incorporates the most advanced technologies in terms of safety and image quality. The system position is always controlled by 7 proximity sensors, limiting any risk of collision with the surrounding environment, for maximum safety of patients and operators. In addition, an integrated digital system using a 43x43 cm amorphous silicon flat panel with cesium iodide scintillator, or alternatively a range of wireless detectors based on the same technology, can be chosen for image acquisition and processing.