HEPACCS instruments for liver surgery
HEPACCS instruments offer latest technology, excellent design and a variety of product options for open and laparoscopic liver surgery.
NewTom 7G - new horizons in 3D medical X-ray imaging
Precision, speed and simplicity, safe for patients and X-ray technicians, reduced total cost of ownership - these are the benefits of the first Multi-Scan Body CBCT developed by NewTom. It is very suitable for radiologists, orthopaedists, otolaryngology and dentistry specialists.
NewTom 7G lets you get accurate information on bone tissues - included micro-structures - to gain a deep understanding of the overall clinical picture. Compared to conventional procedures, the system optimises analysis treatment outcomes and lowers costs.
Automatisms oadvances workflows and avoid the variability and uncertainty inherent in manual examination control, especially during patient positioning and actual exposure.
From details to the big picture
With the arrival of 7G, Cone Beam technology can be used to examine all anatomical areas, spine, shoulder and hip included. System functions and automatisms adapt FOVs and X-ray doses to the patient's build (especially those of paediatric age). From a minimum of 4x4 cm to a maximum diam. of 29 cm, and a length up to 62 cm, adaptive FOVs let users examine the area of interest or a portion of it. A resolution of up to 90 µm means small complex structures such as the inner ear can be analysed with precision.
Wide gantry and motor-driven patient table
In addition to a 77 cm gantry, the 7G can accommodate very heavy patients thanks to a bed with a load-bearing capacity of up to 215 kg. Lying-down patient positioning ensures simple, accurate alignment of the FOVs and makes results more certain by weighting X-ray exposure.
Broader diagnostic range
NewTom 7G can perform numerous types of investigation, including those with intra-articular contrast agents (e.g. arthrograms with Cine-Scout positioning). A broad series of exams with dedicated protocols is available for all disciplines:
Orthopaedics - osteo-articular study with multiplanar view.
Otorhinolaryngology - ear and airways volume analysis.
Dentistry, implant and orthognathic surgery - dental-maxillofacial and bilateral TMJ analysis.