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NEWTOM 7G IS THE MOST ADVANCED CBCT DEVICE ON THE MARKET, EQUIPPED WITH 2D RADIOLOGY AND SERIAL RADIOGRAPHY FEATURES. LARGE GANTRY APERTURE.
With NewTom 7G, Cone Beam technology can be applied to all body areas, including the abdomen, chest and full length of limbs. Moreover, NewTom 7G is suitable for large patient sizes thanks to a high-capacity motor-driven patient table (max 215 kg). At the same time, NewTom 7G has all the functions and automatisms needed to adapt FOVs and X-ray doses to the patient's size.
The on-machine multi-consoles and/or touch-screen allow for assisted patient alignment with multiple scouts and Cine-Scout, as well as the selection of FOVs and radiological parameters. Furthermore, specialists can customise protocols to suit specific diagnostic needs.
The high-power X-ray generator with rotating anode and small focal spot (0.3 mm) maximises performance and ensures that emissions can always be adapted to specific needs. The large, latest-generation HD flat panel detector, with high signal/ noise ratio, yields improved soft tissue display. Innovative volumetric reconstruction algorithms and advanced filters minimise reconstruction times and optimise imaging.
The fully motor-driven patient table (Patent Pending) with 215 kg load bearing capacity features an extensive travel to a lowest height of 56.5 cm ensuring easy access at all times. Extremely precise three-dimensional table movement ensures perfect patient positioning with respect to each FOV. The integration between motor-driven table and gantry facilitates the remote positioning of the pet patient and makes it possible to capture different sectors, subsequently merged by the powerful NNT software. All this without the operator having to leave their workstation.
The acquisition time and X-ray dose can be reduced through adaptive FOVs , the Ultra Fast scan mode, or the ECO Low Dose scan mode. In addition, the doctor can manually modulate emissions to reduce the dose or generate new exposure protocols. Lastly, a preliminary low dose Ray2D assessment can be performed. If necessary, this can be followed by a high resolution 3D examination, limited to the area of interest, for in-depth diagnostics.
Customisable and intuitive software with dedicated vet interface
The advanced functions of the NNT software allow several medical specialties to be covered, and the special reconstruction windows respond to the different needs of each sector. All examinations are fully compatible in the DICOM format: they can be shared via NNT Viewer or printed in 1:1 scale. Doctors can access specific protocols and views according to body areas and diagnostic requirements; they can also program personal settings for re-use at a later time.