Digital Radiographic Mobile X-ray System - MobileDaRt Evolution MX8 Version v type
Advanced DR Mobile system with new values
Great Forward Visibility offering Peace of mind
The collapsible column has been developed to realize a virtually unobstructed wide field of view during travel, making it ideal for daily hospital rounds.
Optimized power assist system delivers smooth light touch driving. The low-profile and curved shape, provides for an open space behind the mobile cart, allowing for a more natural driving position.
Positioning, Exposure from any direction
Pressing the “All Free” buttons releases the electromagnetic locks for the telescopic arm and column at the same time, thus enabling simple one-step positioning. Multiple "All-Free" buttons are located around the system, so the technologist can access from any direction. Furthermore, an extra exposure hand switch can be added to the front of the system, and a wireless hand switch is optionally available upon local regulatory compliance.
Designed for optimized performance
On-site Quick Image Verification on a large LCD monitor
The embedded 19-inch touch panel display is excellent for quickly viewing images, and the flat screen design makes it easy to clean-up. Displaying images in less than 5 seconds after an exposure is especially useful in emergency rooms(ER).
Quick Boot Up
System startup takes only 1 min. and is immediately ready for use in emergency conditions.
Tools to Support Radiation Management
The system is in conformity with today's needs for radiation management. The estimated Dose Area Product (DAP) is displayed prior to exposure, and the calculated DAP value is stored for post-exposure management. DAP chamber can be mounted as well when needed.
The redesigned FPD storage bin is equipped with a detector anti-theft lock function that can heighten the security level against FPD theft.
Designed for Sterile Equipment Covers
For daily use, extra storage spaces are provided to store wipes, pens, markers, etc. Grooves have been added for holding the FPD vertically while putting a sterile cover on the unit.
Select the Perfect FPD for Your Application
A wide variety of FPD models are available to meet various clinical needs, such as physical size and sensitivity. You can share one FPD between multiple units or add different dimension FPDs.
FPDs' robust design, dust and water resistance(IP67), and high load capacity contribute to daily clinical work with peace of mind. The robust design allows you to drop it from 1m (40") height. Radiographers do not need to worry about its load capacity because it is 400kg (880 lbs.) under uniform load.*
The FPDs are designed ergonomically, making it easier to carry the detector and preventing accidental drops. The long-lasting battery allows radiographers to concentrate more on their clinical work.
High Sensitivity Compact FPD for Pediatric Care
The compact FPD fits inside the cassette tray of an incubator, which enables imaging neonatal babies or infants. A high sensitivity FPD helps reduce radiation exposure, providing powerful support for pediatric care.
Large Field-of-View to Cover Entire Region
Time to treat is critical in emergency conditions. The large field FPD secures wide field-of-view and reduces the number of exposures to cover entire region of interest.
Advanced Image Processing for a Wide Range of Clinical Needs
Scattered X-ray Correction Enables Grid-less Radiography OPTION
The system can be equipped with a function to remove scatter noise and improve image contrast, making it possible to perform exposures without the use of a grid making it easier to handle FPD’s.
Please note that the product or some features/options may not be available in your country.
The appearance of the system, options, FPD and DR user-interface can be different depending on the version or region, and may change without notice. To confirm these detailed availability for you, please contact us.
Global Marketing Department, Medical Systems Division, Shimadzu Corporation1
Research & Development Department, Medical Systems Division, Shimadzu Corporation2
Department of Radiology, Shiroyama Hospital
Department of Radiology, Toho University Ohashi Medical Center
Department of Radiology, TMG Asaka Medical Center