Cardiology System - BRANSIST safire HF9/HC9 Slender

9 inch FPD, Single Plane System, Floor/Ceiling Mounted C-Arm

BRANSIST safire HF9/HC9 Slender

The most important consideration for cardiovascular system used for PCI procedures is the image quality that accurately captures and visualizes the target area. Shimadzu has developed the direct-conversion FPD based on a concept completely different from all other conventional designs. Exceptional image quality achieved only by THE POWER OF SAFIRE has just arrived.

Outstanding Image quality achieved only by a Next- Generation X-ray Detector

Direct-conversion detection, which converts X-rays directly to electrical signals, eliminates the blurring that results from the scattered light generated in conventional imaging processes, realizing "pure digital imaging".
It also features the smallest pixel size in its class - 150┬Ám - to provide fluoroscopy / radiography images with exceptional visibility.
The FPD has a 9 x 9 inch field of view, which accommodates steep cardiac angles and also provides an optimal view of peripheral regions.

Outstanding Image quality achieved only by a Next- Generation X-ray Detector

State-of-the-Art Digital Technology Ensures High-Speed Response

Almost as important as image quality is the speed of image processing operations, which is an extremely important factor for stress-free PCI procedures.
Due to the improved operability and response time of the BRANSIST safire, in respect to both hardware and software.
In particular, it uses a multiprocessor and its multitasking feature to improve the workflow of parallel processing and the mirroring feature to improve the security of image data.

Stage-of-the-Art Digital Technology Ensures High-Speed Response

Fast & Easy C-arm operation

The CyberGrip allows free manipulation of the 25 degree per second high-speed C-arm with one hand, the proprietary Direct Memory feature, which remembers C-arm angles, and IVR NEO, which integrates all the image processing functions necessary for PCI procedures.
These are all combined on the bedside controller to allow X-ray technologists the freedom to perform PCI procedures in any manner they choose.

Fast and Easy C-Arm Operation is Optimal for PCI

Upgraded Digital Filter Provides Improved Visibility

To make viewing the ultra-high-definition image from the direct conversion FPD even easier, Shimadzu now has equipped the upgraded digital filter (Power RSM Digital Filter) with image processing parameters optimized based on Shimadzu's extensive experience at clinical sites.
Compared to previous FPD filters, this new filter maintains the same high visibility levels offered by conventional FPDs, but is able to provide an easier-to-see image by improving the graininess of the fluoroscopic image and making the differences in background contrast even more uniform.

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LITERATURE
NEW
Yoshiaki Miura
Medical Systems Division, Shimadzu Corporation
Yoshiaki Miura
Medical Systems Division, Shimadzu Corporation
Yoshiaki Miura
Medical Systems Division, Shimadzu Corporation
NEW
Masami Sakurada, Director
Tokorozawa Heart Center
Tetsuo Matsubara, M.D., Ph.D.
Vice President & Cardiovascular Medicine
Nagoya Heart Center
Mr. Kazuaki Kataoka
Department of Cardiovascular Medicine, Kansai Denryoku Hospital
Mr. Suguru Ueda
Department of Radiology, Kinki University Hospital
Mr. Tadashi Honda
Department of Radiology, Nihon Koukan Hospital
-Chairperson-
Kimihiko Kichikawa, MD
Professor and Chairman, Department of Radiology, Nara Medical University

-Session1-
"Utility of 3D Roadmap Function in Intracerebrovascular Treatment"
Hiroyuki Nakagawa, MD
Associate Professor, Department of Radiology, Nara Medical University

-Session2-
"Clinical Application of Direct-Conversion FPD System:Centering on the Latest CT-Like images"
Yukunori Korogi, MD
Professor and Chairman, Department of Radiology, University of
Occupational and Environmental Health
Mr. Toru Hiraoka Department of Radiology, Oita Red Cross Hospital