SIEMENS ARTIS Q, RADIOLOGICAL ANGIOGRAPHIC DIGITAL STATIONARY SYSTEM
Siemens Artis Q, Radiological Angiographic Digital Stationary System.
The universal angiographic floor unit for general angiography, neuroradiology, cardiology, and interventional treatment.
completely digital image system with a flat high-resolution detector;
light rotating stand with hinged support that allows positioning a C-arm with a detector and an emitter on any side of the patient;
optional flat detector (30×40 cm or 20×20 cm);
rotating patient table with a freely movable table and height adjustment;
impulse fluoroscopy standard on all basic systems;
filming mode from single to serial films with a rate from 0.5 to 30 films per second (1024 matrix) and 60 films per second (512 matrix, optional);
integrated system of processing and recording hemodynamic patient parameters;
high-frequency 100 kW generator with an automatic radiation dose control;
three-focal X-ray tubes with liquid-metal bearings;
connection to the DICOM network;
syngo user interface;
optional remote network service (Siemens Remote Service, SRS).
one-plane C-arm system for digital filming, complying with modern requirements for angiographic and interventional procedures;
5 programmed operating positions and 55 additional user-programmed positions;
in-built C-arm motion monitoring protecting from collisions with surrounding objects (ICP, Intelligent Collision Protection);
single joystick for C-arm and flat detector motion control;
Saving values of the Detector format, focal distance, and collimator door position for each system position. Optional synchronous collimator rotation and image on the monitor during the C-arm rotation.
Stand with a C-arm:
C-shaped stand on the floor mount;
free space near the head end and on both patient’s sides for direct access in urgent situations;
C-arm and table parking position for patient access;
motorized shift of the floor C-arm stand into the parking position;
floor stand rotation range to the left side around the head end of the table — 35 degrees (relative to the longitudinal axis);
maximal examination range in peripheral procedures without the need to move the patient — 190 cm.