Digital Chest Survey System


Digital Chest Survey System
This cross-arm unit is optimized for chest survey in standing and sitting patient’s position. Therefore its cross-arm does not rotate. 

It provides spatial resolution 4,0 Lp/mm. The system column is equipped with a cross-arm which contains flat panel detector, X-ray tube and collimator with light localizer. In all units the cross-arm can move in vertical direction to 1100 mm. The systems can be ordered by a customer with fixed focal distance 1200 mm or 1500 mm. The function of automatics helps a doctor choosing required characteristics of survey. High frequency generator is connected to a 220 V ± 10% electric system with resistance 1 Ohm.

The unit has special external storage element on hard disks for supplying of long-term images storage. Capacity of storage allows image archiving accumulated during 10 years of unit operation. Built-in storage software provides particular reliability of saved information and absolute archive reliability in case if one of hard disks fails. In ProGraph unit the radiologist workstation is equipped with graphic monitor not less 21" for work with images, database and image description. The assistant workstation is supplied with graphic monitor 21" to fill in database, operate X-ray unit and control image quality.

The unit is equipped with laser office printer for periodical report printing. Radiologist workstation includes a medical printer SONY (or similar), which prints on roll termopaper. Besides, any device of the medical institution, which has integrated possibilities of DICOM, can be connected with ProGraph system.

ProGraph software meets the requirements of DICOM 3.0 international protocol, which contains the latest changes of the standards 2008 (with picture image compression JPEG2000) and possibilities of printing on DICOM-printers. That permits, when necessary, to integrate it into any modern medical informational system. The program is being developed in close cooperation with radiologists, so it contains not only generally accepted formalized protocols, but also the necessary forms of periodical reports. The program possesses wide possibilities of processing the received images through special filters.